Ulticon Builders’ Biggest Project Yet

Through the efforts of Carlos Gonzalez, Davao-based Ulticon Builders Inc. won the bid to construct a major road in Mindanao. The road project involves the concreting of the existing dirt road and the opening of portions that connects the province of Bukidnon to Davao del Norte.

The 56-kilometer road is named Kapalong Talaingod Road. The construction of Kapalong Talaingod Road, a national highway from Valencia City to Tagum City, now eases the transport of goods to and from both cities.

It has always been a passion for everyone in Ulticon to help the indigenous people. The same passion fueled Ulticon Builders Inc. to see to it that Kapalong Talaingod Road in a timely manner. Today, the road is accessible for the people of Mindanao and tourists to experience.

As an alternate road to the Davao-Calinan-Bukidnon Road, the road now cuts the travel time by half between Davao del Norte and Bukidnon. The project’s total length from Talaingod to the Bukidnon boundary is about 56 kilometers. This 56-kilometer stretch of road incites economic opportunities in the region and the whole of Mindanao. The road doesn’t only promote agri-business but also the tourism industry of the Davao Region.


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