The New Ulticon Builders Website

Our management at Ulticon Builders, Inc., have always wanted to share updates and provide company news. The reason why we decided to start building a new website for Ulticon Builders is to grow our online presence.

The advancement of technology bridges the gap and boundaries we face in business today. With just a click of a button, you shall find out how did Mr. Carlos “Charlie” S. Gonzalez and his brother Engr. Raul S. Gonzalez established Ulticon Builders from essential data that can be seen online of why they built the company.

On our website, you can see all the important projects we have made and the primary objectives of why we embark in completing these projects. In Ulticon Builders, it is a high-priority to aid the community regarding completing the roads, bridges, piers, highways, building constructions and irrigation projects.

Our interface is user-friendly. You can surely navigate and manage it with ease. With this in mind, we aim to reach and update the public with ease of access.

As you browse thru the website, you will have a good grasp of who Ulticon Builders Inc. as an organization with the ideals and vision we live by.

Check out our website here:

News & Updates

DPWH and Ulticon To Build First Long-distance Mountain Tunnel

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), in partnership with Quadruple A Contractor Ulticon Builders Incorporated (UBI), spearheads the…

Ulticon Assists Bukidnon Farmers for Team Building

Ulticon Builders Incorporated (UBI) donated 100 liters of diesel to Sugod Farmers Association of Barangay Sugod, Valencia, Bukidnon.  The diesel…

Ulticon Supports Barangay Projects in Bukidnon

Ulticon Builders Incorporated (UBI), one of the largest construction companies in the Philippines, donated two loads of screened sand and…

Ulticon Donates Cement for Military Facility Improvement

Ulticon Builders Incorporated (UBI), for many years, has worked hand in hand with the Philippine government and its military to…

Ulticon Bolsters Kagitingan Brigade’s Transformation Roadmap

The Kagitingan Brigade, the Philippine Army’s 701st Infantry, received 12 tons of cement from Ulticon Builders Incorporated (UBI) for the…