From humble beginnings in 1989, Woodfields has been improving the lives of the people through quality engineering services and responsive social innovations. Guided by our shared values and commitment, Woodfields has grown and expanded its professional services to different parts of the Philippines and the world.

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Master Planning

A master plan is a dynamic long-term planning document that provides a conceptual layout to guide future growth and development. Master planning is about making the connection between buildings, social settings, and their surrounding environments. A master plan includes analysis, recommendations, and proposals for a site’s population, economy, housing, transportation, community facilities, and land use. It is based on public input, surveys, planning initiatives, existing development, physical characteristics, and social and economic conditions. (World Bank, 2019).

Master planning can assume some or all of these roles:

Feasibility Studies

The feasibility study is an objective review of available options for development. It includes findings, analysis, and conclusions from the visioning and scoping exercises for a given site or inner-city area. It indicates whether the chosen site is suitable for the intended function, taking into account the financial, social, and environmental aspects of each proposal. Many comprehensive master plans start with a feasibility study in order to understand the site’s geographic, environmental, and historic context. This process builds on the information collected and analysis developed during the scoping phase. Any background reports that are deemed necessary (that is, hydrology, environment, cultural heritage, transport, and so on) should also be commissioned at this stage to inform the master planning process (Blackmore 1990).


Detailed design is sometimes referred to as 'developed design' or 'definition'. It is the process of taking on and developing the approved concept design. By the end of the detailed design process, the design should be dimensionally correct and co-ordinated, describing all the main components of the building and how they fit together. However, technical aspects of the design may require further development, design by specialists may not yet have been fully incorporated into the design and it will not have been packaged for tender.


Conceptual design is the very first phase of design, in which drawings or solid models are the dominant tools and products. The conceptual design phase provides a description of the proposed system in terms of a set of integrated ideas and concepts about what it should do, how it should behave, and what it should look like, which will be understandable by users in the manner intended.


Assistance to customer in public and private sectors in the execution of projects or programs funded by the agency or via Official Development Assistance.

Services offered include:



The principal goal of this consultancy assignment is to provide technical support to the City of General Santos for the oversight of the DBO Contractor's acitvities in providing design build and operational services for the implementation of the City's Sanitary Landfill Facility.

Description of services provided:

Design Phase

WOODFIELDS performed the duties and responsibilities of the Design-Build Engineer (DBE), which includes the following:

Build Phase

The key are of responsibility of the DBE during the Build Phase, which pegged at 15 months, are listed as below:

Operations Phase

The scope of services of WOODFIELDS in line with the Operations Phase are as follows:


Construction management (CM) is a professional service that uses specialized, project management techniques to oversee the planning, design, and construction of a project, from its beginning to its end. The purpose of CM is to control a project's time / delivery, cost and quality—sometimes referred to as a project management triangle or "triple constraints." CM is compatible with all project delivery systems, including design-bid-build, design-build, CM At-Risk and Public Private Partnerships. Professional construction managers may be reserved for lengthy, large-scale, high budget undertakings.


"A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of geographical data. The key word to this technology is Geography – this means that some portion of the data is spatial. In other words, data that is in some way referenced to locations on the earth. Coupled with this data is usually tabular data known as attribute data. Attribute data can be generally defined as additional information about each of the spatial features. GIS is more than just software. People and methods are combined with geospatial software and tools, to enable spatial analysis, manage large datasets, and display information in a map/graphical form. GiS Mapping incorporated in the website and other mobile application allowed for better project management and monitoring. This application was piloted under the E-ARMM Project for the DPWH-ARMM".


Key activities / services offered:


Engineering Excellence

Environmental Management and Engineering

Creating Possibilities for Sustainable Development


Woodfields Consultants, Inc. is committed to promoting synergy and sound environmental practice in addressing the threats of environmental degradation and climate change.


Environmental Compliance Services

Waste Management and Landfill Development

Sustainable Development and Environmental Planning

Environmental Reporting and Monitoring

Water Supply and Sanitation Engineering

Ensuring the Country’s Water Security for Present and Future Generations


Woodfields Consultants Inc., as a planning and engineering consulting firm ensures efficiency and innovativeness in providing technical and social expertise for the provision of safe drinking water and sanitation promotions.


Water Resources Engineering

Striving for the efficient movement of water in the country


We provide customers and clients with expertise in achieving a more proactive and adaptable water resource management system.


Flood Risk Mitigation/Prevention

Irrigation Development

Related Services

Transportation and Highway Engineering

Bridging the Gap for a Sustained Economic Growth


Woodfields Consultants, Inc. has vast scientific and technical knowledge that caters to the challenges of achieving integration of transportation services and networks through different modes and requirements. We are your partner in designing a better roadmap for the country.


Software Engineering

Integrating new technological ideas into engineering through quality and secured information systems


We have a strong and robust pool of tech-talented team composed of programmers, software and Web developers, experienced GIS Mappers, design-based software (STORMCAD, STAAD, EPANET, SEWERGEMS) and multi-media specialist.

Over the last 10 years, our tech specialists have worked with both public and private customers in curating our archives of flood maps and database, water supply sources and network of transportation in conflict affected areas to suit the requirements for decision making and infrastructure programming.



Featured Projects

Comprehensive Study on the Possible Land Use Conversion of the Payatas Controlled Disposal Facility (PCDF)


WCI was contracted by the Environmental Protection and Waste Management Department (EPWMD) of the QC Local Government in 2017 to carefully consider the possibility of converting the land use of the Payatas Controlled Disposal Facility (PCDF) due to the high cost of Post-Closure Care (PCC) maintenance services and the surge in real property market values.

The site used to be the main disposal area of the city from 1970’s to 2010. It was converted from an open dumpsite into a controlled dumpsite in 2004, and was closed in December 2010 in compliance with the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000. A sanitary landfill (SLF) was then constructed adjacent to the site, and began operating in 2011 and was closed in 2017.

In this project, WCI assessed the environmental conditions of the site and proposed after-use developments based from the results and input from the project stakeholders.

The use of landfill mining and reclamation was incorporated in the study as a way of remediating the environmental impacts of the site and preparing it for other developmental options.

Financial and economic analyses were also carried out to determine the viability of the proposed schemes vis-à-vis other competing issues such as land ownership, amount of residual methane, outstanding contract with Pangea, source of funds, PCC periods for both the PCDF and the SLF, and environmental monitoring results.

Feasibility Study of the Circumferential Road-Burgos Avenue Intersection Flyover Project Bacolod City


The proposed flyover project, to be constructed at the intersection of Circumferential Road – Burgos Avenue in Bacolod City, is a necessary infrastructure that presents a structural solution to traffic congestion and lowering road capacities brought about by an urbanizing metropolis.

This feasibility study is intended to elaborate on the plan of erecting the Circumferential Road – Burgos Avenue Intersection flyover, particularly its relevant physical/engineering, social, financial/economic, and environmental dimensions. In this manner, the Study could effectively guide decisions on investment and the use of scare resources.

Flood Risk Management Project (FRIMP) for Ylang-Ylang River and Rio-Grande River in the Province of Cavite


WCI was commissioned to undertake the Environmental and Social Safeguards activities for the Flood Risk Management Project (FRIMP) for Ylang-Ylang River and Rio-Grande River in the Province of Cavite. This DPWH project involves the construction of two retarding basins in General Trias, Cavite. Retarding Basin I is approximately 48 hectares while Retarding Basin II is approximately 24 hectares. The General Trias Retarding Basins are massive flood control structures and are considered the firsts in the Philippines. This project is aimed to mitigate flood damage in the lowland area of Cavite to reduce potential negative impacts of floods to lives and properties of the communities.

WCI conducted the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Study and secured the Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) which was issued in February 2017. WCI performed following technical studies under the EIA:






WCI has also prepared the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) which was approved in June 2018. These include Socio-Economic Surveys, Census-Tagging, Asset Valuation through 100% Replacement Cost Method and Public Consultations following local guidelines and policies.

Aside from the activities above, WCI has conducted Tree Inventory activities for the Tree-Cutting Permit Application.

Consultancy Service for the Conduct of Feasibility Studies and Detailed Engineering of Level II Water Supply for the seven (7) Municipalities of Butig, Lumbatan, Bayang, Lumbayanague, Tubaran, Marogong and Lumbaca-Unayan, all in the Province of Lanao del Sur, under the DPWH-ARMM


Prepare a Rapid Feasibility Study and Detailed Engineering Design for a Level II water supply system for the seven (7) municipalities of Lanao del Sur that include Butig, Lumbatan, Bayang, Lumbayanague, Tuburan, Marogong and Lumbaca-Unayan. Some springs sources identified in the project area. However, these spring sources have limited flows to supply requirements especially during the dry seasons. The potential surface water identified in the project area is the Malaig River located in the Municipality of Butig. This river can supply water requirements of the seven (7) identified projects. The Malaig River is shown in the figure.

The Malaig River will be provided with water treatment plant (WTP) to ensure the water that will be supplied will meet the Philippine National Standards for Drinking Water (PNSDW) of 2017. Each local government units (LGUs) will be provided with individual ground concrete reservoir to be located at a higher elevation that will flow by gravity. However, some higher service areas will be provided with booster pumping stations. Public faucets will be provided in the distribution system to be located in strategic location such as in the Poblacion and densely populated areas. A drip type chlorinator will be provided on top of each ground concrete tank to ensure consumers of safe and potable water.

Lazatin Flyover Project GOS-Lazatin Road Intersection, San Fernando City, Pampanga


The Flyover Project to be constructed at the intersection of Gapan-San Fernando- Olongapo Road and Lazatin Road intersection in San Fernando City, is a necessary infrastructure that presents a structural solution to traffic congestion caused by lowering road capacities brought about by an urbanizing metropolis. The proposed project would serve incoming and outgoing traffic to and from the heart of San Fernando City to the neighboring towns and urban centers which will lessen the travel time and costs of transport along this intersection. The approaches to the intersection along the Gapan-San Fernando- Olongapo Road are four-lane undivided roads linking regional centers, cities, and municipalities in the north to the regional centers , cities and municipalities in the south.

The proposed Flyover has been conceptualized by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) to decongest the present traffic situation and the increasing volume of the trucks and vehicles plying the area especially during rush hour. The feasibility Study is likewise prepared resulting to the viability of the structure not only in terms of beneficial aspect but also on some considerations on aesthetics of the structure, social, economics, and environmental.

Consultancy Service for the Conduct of Rapid Feasibility Study and Detailed Engineering Design (DED) of Level II Independent Water Supply for Municipalities of Indanan, Maimbung, Parang, Patikul and Talipao; Detailed Design of Jolo Water Works Expansion (Phase II) and Detailed Design for the Realignment and Relocation of Transmission Pipeline in Luuk, all in the Province of Sulu under Department of Public Works and Highways – Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (DPWH-ARMM)


The study is to complete an assessment and develop a Level II water supply system with sustainable water source capacity over a 25 years for the Municipalities of Indanan, Maimbung, Parang, Patikul and Talipao, all from Province of Sulu. For Jolo, this project aims to prepare detailed design of the Jolo waterworks expansion and source development. For Luuk, this project shall provide detailed engineering analysis of the proposed relocation and realignment of the proposed 180 m3 reservoir and transmission-distribution pipe from Bual spring to the proposed reservoir.

To prepare a Rapid Feasibility Study and Detailed Engineering Design for a Level II water supply system for Municipalities of Indanan, Maimbung, Parang, Patikul and Talipao, all from Province of Sulu. To prepare detailed engineering design of the Jolo waterworks expansion and source development and Luuk reservoir relocation and transmission pipeline realignment.

The springs identified in the area were used as the primary water source for the proposed Level II water supply system in the Municipalities of Indanan, Maimbung, Parang, Patikul and Talipao. For Jolo Waterworks, Tigbao Spring will be utilized and developed as the water source while for Luuk, Bual Spring was identified as the primary water source.


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