The New Ulticon Builders Website

We, at Ulticon Builders, Inc., have always wanted to give updates and provide company news. This is why we have decided to start building our online presence.

We all know the power of technology surpasses great boundaries today. That’s why with one click of a button you can feast your eyes on interesting data like the main driving factor on why and how Mr. Carlos “Charlie” S. Gonzalez and his brother Engr. Raul S. Gonzalez of Ulticon Builders came about building the company.

You can also check and see all the interesting projects we’ve taken on and our primary goals in building and completing these projects. Once you do, you’ll be sure to appreciate how important and vital it is for our company to help the community in the completion of the roads, bridges, piers, highways, building constructions and irrigation projects.

The website is user-friendly. It is very easy to navigate and more convenient to manage. In this way, we can reach out better and update the public with their ease of access in mind.

If you take a look around the site I think you’ll get a pretty good idea of who Ulticon Builders Inc. as a company is and the ideals and vision we uphold.

 


News & Updates

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Celebrating Teamwork at Ulticon Builders Incorporated’s Sportsfest

The annual fun and heart stopping Ulticon Builders, Incorporated sports tournament took place on November 04, 2017 and was held…


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Message of Hope for A Brighter Future for Ulticon in its Christmas Celebration

Ulticon Builders Incorporated, under the leadership of Charlie Gonzalez from Davao City, is, in many ways, a growing and thriving…


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Ulticon Builders’ Charlie Gonzalez Lends Support to BJMP XI Duathlon

Ulticon Builders Incorporated, headed by  Mr. Carlos “Charlie” Gonzalez of Davao, shows its support by way of its sponsorship to…


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Ulticon Builders Supports Blue Cup Football Festival in Davao City

On February 18-19, 2017 the Blue Cup Football Festival tournament was held at Tionko field and was successfully completed over…


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Ulticon Supports the Mobile Blood Donation Drive of Red Cross Davao

Ulticon Builders Incorporated (UBI) with the guidance of Charlie Gonzales of Davao City collaborates and works together with the Philippine…


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Ulticon Builders Supports Davao City’s Female Football Tournament Anew

The 14th Acosta Cup Open ladies football tournament semi-finals which kicked off on November 17, 2017 at the Tionko field…


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Ulticon A Co-Donor for Police Regional Office Cordillera’s National Shooting Challenge in Benguet

The 2nd Police Chief Superintendent Elmo Francis O. Sarona National Shooting Challenge Level 1 was held in December 2016 at…


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Ulticon Builders A Donor and Partner of Mindanao Indigenous Peoples Conference for Peace and Development (MIPCPD) in its Adopt a Tribal Community Campaign

Ulticon Builders, Inc. (UBI) under the leadership of Mr. Carlos “Charlie” Gonzalez of Davao City supports the advocacies and goals…


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Ulticon A Co-Donor in Operation Smile’s Medical Mission in Davao

Ulticon Builders, Inc. (UBI) headed by Carlos “Charlie” S. Gonzalez, is very passionate in pursuing avenues to help build the…


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Ulticon Builders Inc. Celebrates with Davao del Norte on it’s 50th Founding Anniversary

On May 12, 2017, Gov. Anthony del Rosario spoke before a very excited crowd as he officially commenced the fifty-day…