At DMCI Homes, we build more than condominiums and houses, we build communities that respond to the needs and wants of the Filipino family. Residential communities by DMCI Homes provide what is healthy and suitable for the general well-being of individuals and growing families.
Beyond reliable structures, DMCI Homes’ residential communities provide a solid foundation where a family may create a place of their own and grow in a space they can truly call home, now and for years to come.
DMCI Homes is the country’s premier triple A builder-developer that brings serviced, themed communities within reach of urban families who once had limited residential options, but still aspire to achieve a comfortable, enriching quality of life proximate to their place of interest.
In so doing, we are committed…
to ensure customer satisfaction,
to achieve a sustainable growth on our shareholders’ investment,
to maintain a mutually beneficial relationship with our partners in the business,
to care for the environment we work in,
to promote the growth of our people…
while building an organization that espouses Integrity, Excellence and Interdependence.
All our actions are guided by what is ethical, fair, and right. Believing in profit with honor, we are committed to good governance and the highest moral standards.
In even the smallest of details, we reject mediocrity and strive for excellence.
With unity in purpose and mutual trust and respect for each other, we work toward shared aspirations and transcend boundaries along functional and organizational lines.
Our goal is to delight and please our customers. Thus, all activities and programs we undertake result in innovative projects and in the enhancement of productivity and quality.
David M. Consunji, The Father of DMCI, was cited as one of the four awardees of The Outstanding Filipino (TOFIL) of 2002 for his invaluable contribution to the development and progress of the country. The hundreds of landmark infrastructures constructed by DMCI symbolize the expertise and professionalism of the Filipino engineer
David M. Consunji was a young concrete inspector when he learned the important elements of construction: proper planning, in-depth and thorough preparation, meticulous implementation, and precise system framework.
Armed with these insights and equipped with his Civil Engineering degree from the University of the Philippines, David M. Consunji built his own contracting company.
D.M. Consunji, Incorporated (DMCI) was founded on December 24, 1954 in a small room in Pandacan, Manila, with the vision of building for a generation of Filipinos.
DMCI began by constructing chicken houses for the Bureau of Animal Industry. From this, DMCI earned a reputation for on-time delivery and quality work. Since then, major projects such as the Tacloban Coca-Cola Plant and the Bacnotan Cement Plant were awarded to the company.
Through continuing research, DMCI became a pioneer in several advanced construction application technology in the Philippines. Taking this into account, DMCI enjoys the patronage of both new and repeat institutional clients whose businesses have benefited from DMCI’s on-or-ahead-of-schedule completion philosophy.
The hundreds of landmark infrastructures constructed by DMCI symbolize the expertise and professionalism of the Filipino engineer. Some of the landmark infrastructures that DMCI built include:
Mactan Shangri-La Hotel (Mactan, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu)
Makati Shangri-la (Makati City)
Shangri-la Resorts & Spa Boracay (Malay, Aklan)
Manila Hotel (Rizal Park, Manila)
The Westin Philippine Plaza/Sofitel (CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Manila)
Cultural Center of the Philippines (Roxas Boulevard, Manila)
Ayala Tower One (Makati City)
The New Istana Palace (Sultan’s Palace, Brunei, Darussalam)
The Asian Hospital (Filinvest Corporate City, Muntinlupa)
The Manila Doctor’s Hospital (UN Avenue, Manila)
It has successfully completed over 500 projects to date. These landmark infrastructures symbolize the expertise and professionalism of the Filipino engineer..
In 1999, DMCI spun off its housing division, DMCI Homes, with the aim to build condominiums and house and lots. It began with Lake View Manors (1999), followed by more innovations with Hampstead Gardens (2001). Beginning 2003, DMCI Homes became bolder and built East Ortigas Mansions, adding more amenities and facilities for its residents. Villa Alegre Homes and Mayfield Park followed in 2004 with more improvements, which include the installation of elevators at Mayfield Park. As more projects were developed, DMCI Homes as an organization also grew.
In a span of a little over a decade, DMCI Homes has built the most comfortable, resort-type communities for urban dwellers, and continues to do so. Whether they are situated in Quezon City, Taguig City, Mandaluyong City, Pasig City, or Paranaque City, each of the DMCI Homes developments have been built with resort-type amenities and facilities, which include wide open space all around the housing structures, gardens with Koi ponds, rows of trees, and thick foliage.
DMCI Homes’ rapid growth can be attributed to its thrust to continuously delight its customers. It will continue to create urban and destination housing at price ranges that are within comfortable reach of the average Filipino family.
DMCI Homes residential communities are located in close proximity to major business and commercial centers of Makati, Ortigas, and the Bonifacio Global City, letting you enjoy modern living at its best. Strategically situated within the vicinity of malls, schools, hospitals, and government offices, DMCI Homes’ residential communities make living hassle-free and convenient. DMCI Homes residential communities are easily accessible by public transportation.
Built to contain only a limited number of housing units for residents, all DMCI Homes communities are exclusive. The medium-rise condominium buildings have single loaded corridors that open up to a garden space or an atrium instead of a neighboring door. This feature allows the unobstructed entry of natural lighting, constant ventilation, and optimum privacy. All DMCI Homes communities are also designed to maintain a 60:40 footprint-to-building space ratio that leaves ample room for gardens and more open areas.
DMCI Homes communities are equipped with complete resort amenities that include:
A clubhouse with function rooms, a bar, KTV room, and view deck
Adult and kiddie swimming pools
Basketball and badminton courts
Well-landscaped open areas, parks, and playground
Jogging and biking paths
DMCI Homes residential communities are created with distinct architectural design concepts that show first class development features. Choose from Asian, Mediterranean, and Modern Contemporary styled communities.
DMCI Homes ensures that you continue to experience the quality service they provide, even after turnover. A Property Management Group composed of seasoned professionals handles the upkeep of DMCI Homes developments and as well as the day-to-day concerns of its homeowners. Among other things, the group is tasked to oversee:
You are also able to enjoy the perks of living in a DMCI Homes community. Modern-day facilities that are standard features in the developments and which contribute to a more convenient lifestyle include:
Expect efficient floor plans and high-quality structures with first-rate construction techniques in the development of all DMCI Homes projects, owing to its mother company DMCI’s 50-year commendable track record in the construction industry.
DMCI Homes also provides one (1) year quality warranty that covers repairs, free of charge, on any workmanship defects of the unit. Fast and reliable, the company’s construction of the residential buildings and turnover of units are within 6 to 12 months only.
For as low as 20% down payment for mid-rise or 30% down payment for high-rise, a homebuyer may immediately move into his or her unit and enjoy the privileges of living in a DMCI Homes residential community, provided his or her unit is completed. Without the long wait, take pleasure in a resort living ambience right within your own backyard, or realize your condo unit’s earning potential sooner than you expected.
D.M. Consunji,Inc. (“DMCI”) has been known today as the country’s “Builder of Landmarks” and has been known to pioneer the applications of advanced engineering technology in Philippine construction. Engr. David M. Consunji founded DMCI on December 24, 1954 and the company celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2004.
Through continuing research, DMCI is a pioneer in the application of advanced construction technologies in the Philippines. It is renowned for completing technologically complex projects on or ahead of schedule. It enjoys the patronage of both new and repeat institutional Clients.
This tradition of responsiveness and innovation reflects the values of our founder and chairman, David Mendoza Consunji. Building on his pioneering efforts, DMCI has successfully completed close to 500 various projects to date.
Throughout its corporate life, DMCI has demonstrated its capability to construct a wide variety of projects ranging from simple chapels and residences to a multi-storey hotels and condominiums, irrigation dams to kilometer-long concrete bridges, power plant and transmission lines to industrial plants, theaters to large commercial complexes.
Some of the Company’s more widely known projects are the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), Rockwell Center, SM Megamall, G4 Mixed Development Project, Roxas Triangle, Stock Exchange Building (Ayala), Pacific Plaza, BPI Head Office, Equitable Bank Head Office, Petron Megaplaza, Manila Hotel, Hyatt Hotel, Oakwood, Mt. Samal Cross in Bataan, MRT-3, the Shangri-La Hotels (Makati, Edsa and Mactan), and Istana Palace in Brunei.
He was a builder. His father was a builder. His kin were architects, contractors, builders, and planners. He was born among a throng of baby boomers in the prosperous 60s, in a noisy city poised for world-class ascendance. He was at home in a world of hardhats and sweat, with the rumble of earthmovers and the clang of steel girders. And he marveled at how this grit and daily labor transformed the city landscape.
The Builder and his father took great pride in the towers of chrome and glass that reflected the city’s famous sunset… the multi-storey edifices that housed multinational offices… the monuments to modern-day life that became a second home to the employees.
Business and commerce grew. More people came to work, and the city began to choke on the sheer number of workers that trooped in each day. One of them was Alfonso.
Inspired by Alfonso
With a wife and a baby on the way, the cost of living in the city became prohibitive for Alfonso. Far beyond the city boundaries, other builders began to develop sprawling neighborhoods of cookie-cutter houses on doily-sized lots. They’re pretty but too cramped (for a growing family) and too far out of the city center.
The middle-class man became a stressed out man-in-the-middle, faced with no choice but to take the long daily commute–or pay big city prices. There was no middle ground. “Pagod ka na papunta sa trabaho, pagod ka pa pag-uwi…”
“Alfonso deserves better,” the Builder remarked. “He deserves a real home, accessible to his work… a cocoon of good living.”
The Builder saw land on the edge of the city–and bought it. SOMEDAY, he knew, this fringe would be part of the metropolis. This, he dedicated to Alfonso, the underserved middle manager–his needs, his family’s needs, his realities, and his dreams.
The Builder had friends who shared his passion for building and who possessed the expertise to make things happen. With knowledge gained from building skyscrapers, the Builder and friends built mid-rise havens that Alfonso could call home.
He used the best materials and fine finishing, and sold these at Alfonso-friendly prices.
Expanding the Vision
More Alfonsos came to stay. And the Builder and friends visited them every week, asking how they could make “home” more comfortable. See, the Builder was an experimental sort–and would innovate and iterate according to the wishes of Alfonso and his people. It sometimes drove his partners crazy, and these ever-changing plans often forced them to work late into the night. But when they built it and saw the vision come to life, they were thankful for the challenge that made them all better builders!
The Builder loved his motley crew, and often said “Not one of us is better than all of us!”
Other people–architects, builders, engineers, salesmen, contractors–happily joined the Builder! The team came to be known as The Heroes of the Underserved.
Alfonso and his people were a neighborly group. They thrived on social encounters and they valued friendships highly. So the intrepid team built neighborhoods with clubhouses where people would converge to party or to simply lounge around. They put up playgrounds and dug swimming pools; they incorporated parks and greenery. They built a world close to, or within, the city where children played and families found respite from the urban jungle.
Because no one should feel that he has compromised on his home. No, not even Alfonso.
The Daily Challenge
More Alfonsos came, inquiring about possible homes. So the Builder and his team built faster… and faster… barely aware that an enemy was rising within: the twin destroyers known as Complacency and Carelessness.
They are formidable enemies, said the Builder. They can make themselves invisible. They hide inside people who seem to be working, but whose hearts are not for Alfonso and the people they serve. They are enemies whose loyalties are not to the team.
The enemy can take shortcuts and call it expediency. It can lead the team into the rut of mindless repetition of projects. The enemy ignores Alfonso and his needs.
The enemy is the spirit of underservice. This, our heroes must fight everyday.
Moving Closer to the City of Tomorrow
As long as there are people like Alfonso, as long as people must go to the cities for their livelihood, Heroes of the Underserved continue to build cocoons of affordable comfort and serve Alfonso in the most personable, remarkable ways.
In some secret cavern, our heroes keep the blueprint of a dream: a city of tomorrow–a place where a more prosperous Alfonso shall live and work. Our heroes dream of a 50-storey tower with a view of the bay and mountains beyond. They dream of the easy flow of traffic and a causeway that gets Alfonso to the old city in a matter of minutes. The finest of leisure, entertainment, working spaces, and family havens are in one accessible site. For Alfonso…the city of tomorrow is a place NEVER out of reach.