DMCI Holdings, Inc. is the only publicly listed holding company in the Philippines that has construction as its core competency. Its common shares of stock are listed and traded on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) under the symbol “DMC”.
Since November 2010, it has been a member of the benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange Composite Index (PSEi) which includes thirty of the biggest and most actively traded stocks in the country.
DMC is among the highest dividend paying stocks in the local market, with a dividend payout ratio of at least 26% of the preceding year’s consolidated core net income. The Company is also recognized for its commitment to good corporate governance and gender equality.
DMCI Holdings has consistently scored high in the ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard (ACGS) initiative of the ASEAN Capital Markets Forum (ACMF) since 2015. The Company was recognized as one the Top ASEAN Asset Class Publicly Listed Companies at the 2019 ACGS Awards.
In 2021, DMC was also included in Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI), a reference index that measures gender equality across five pillars: female leadership and talent pipeline, equal pay and gender pay parity, inclusive culture, sexual harassment policies, and pro-women brand.
History and Heritage
Established on March 8, 1995, DMCI Holdings traces its roots to D.M. Consunji, Inc. (DMCI), the construction company founded in 1954 by Engr. David M. Consunji, the Grandfather of the Philippine Construction Industry.
The holding company was intended to consolidate the construction business, component companies and related interests of the Consunji family.
In 25 years, DMCI Holdings has grown into a diversified engineering conglomerate with strategic investments in industries that are critical to national development.
Our businesses are pioneers and key players in the construction, real estate, energy, mining and water industries.
DMCI is the contractor behind some of the biggest and most complex infrastructure in the Philippines. It is known as a builder of landmarks and a pioneer of several construction methodologies. To date, the company has completed over 1,000 projects of varying scale and complexity across the country and in parts of Brunei and the Middle East.
DMCI Homes pioneered resort-like condominium living in the Philippines with its large-sized pools, landscaped common areas and premium amenities. The only developer that uses in-house design and construction teams, the company is known for delivering projects on time or ahead of schedule.
Semirara Mining and Power Corporation is listed on the PSE under the symbol “SCC”. The biggest coal contractor of the Philippine government, it accounts for 97% of the domestic coal production. It also runs four power plants using its own fuel, making it a vertically-integrated energy business.
DMCI Power is one of the biggest off-grid energy players in country in terms of installed capacity. It operates hybrid and conventional power plants in Masbate, Palawan and Oriental Mindoro—three of the largest missionary markets in the Philippines.
DMCI Mining operates open-pit mines in Palawan and Zambales through its subsidiaries, Berong Nickel Corporation and Zambales Diversified Metals Corporation. It produces nickel, chromite and iron laterite for export to China, Japan and other nearby markets.
DMCI Holdings indirectly owns a 25% stake in Maynilad Water Services, Inc., the largest private water and wastewater services provider in the Philippines in terms of population coverage. An agent and contractor of the Philippine government, Maynilad serves 9.7 million customers in the West Zone of the Greater Metro Manila Area.