sah technologies


We stand at the forefront of Build Own Operate (BOO) / Build Operate and Transfer (BOT) - related interaction between public and private sectors. As such, we have been instrumental in the successful development, implementation, and operation of the following projects:

  • Automated Election in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)

    Held last August 2008, SAHI embarked on the automation and conduct of the first ever successful automated election process in Philippine democratic history. Because of the huge success of the ARMM automated election, SAHI is now considered as one of the leading system integrators capable of implemementing nationwide election automation in the 2010 national and local elections.

  • LTO-IT Project (STRADCOM)

    A US$80M BOO company that developed and is now operating the ICT infrastructure that supports the operations of the Land Transportation Office.

  • Land Registration Systems (LARES)

    A US$90M BOO company tasked to implement the Land Titling Computerization Project for the Land Registration Authority(LRA) of the Philippines. The project speaks of the development of an Information-Communications Technology Infrastructure that will interconnect LRA’s Registries of Deeds nationwide and integrate critical business proccesses to enable online transaction processing.

  • Metro Manila Skyway Phase 1

    A US$515M elevated tollway that runs on top of the existing South Luzon Expressway in the Philippines. The overall project speaks of a US$2.5 Billion road network that will interconnect the South Luzon and North Luzon Expressways.

  • Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR Tollway)

    A US$57M tollway project that is currently facilitating the unhampered flow of goods and services within the South Luzon economic corridor.

  • Second Vivekananda Brdge Tollway (SVBT - India)

    In partnership with Larsen & Toubro, Pacific Alliance Group, and Parsons Brickerhoff, SAHI is currently constructing a 6.1km integrated six-lane bridge and approach roadway network connectng Howrah and Kolkata over the river Hooghly in West Bengal India. SBVT is a US$150 MIllion project forming the initial stage of a US$10 Billion road network development.