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The Trillanes resolution noted that 'CLTG Builders won a total of P1.85 billion worth of infrastructure projects for Davao region from 2007 to 2017 and another P2.7 billion in joint ventures with four contractors including Alfrego Builders and Supplies in 2017 alone.'
The senator said CLTG caught the attention of the investigative report 'because it failed to complete all the joint-venture projects within the original deadline.'
The senator noted that CLTG 'coincidentally' also stands for the initials of Go, whose full name is Christopher Lawrence Tesoro Go.
In 2017, CLTG also got P2.7 billion in joint ventures with four other contractors, including Alfrego Builders and Supplies, which is owned by Go's father and stepbrother.
CLTG Builders, according to the PCIJ report, won a total of P1.85 billion worth of projects from the government in a span of 10 years from 2007-2017, and bagged another P2.7 billion for a joint venture with four other contractors, including Alfrego Builders in 2017 alone.
Trillanes also particularly noted the "coincidence" that CLTG matches the initials of the special assistant to the President.
Trillanes noted that CLTG Builders won P1.85 billion worth of projects in the Davao Region from 2007 to 2017, and another P2.7 billion in joint ventures with four contractors including Alfrego Builders and Supplies in 2017.
In the resolution, Trillanes noted that CLTG also has a B license, which means it could not push through with a big-ticket project without having a partner.
CLTG also has a B license which means that it could not carry out a big-ticket project without having a partner," the Trillanes resolution, quoting the PCIJ report, read.
CLTG Builders is allegedly owned by Go's father while Alfrego Builders is allegedly owned by Go's step-brother.
Deciderio Go and Alfredo Go, proprietors of CLTG Builders and Alfrego Builders and Supply respectively, only met with PCIJ last Monday since requests were delivered to their offices more than two months ago.
'CLTG Builders stood out in PCIJ's research because all of its joint-venture projects with big contractors in 2017 failed to complete projects by the original deadline.
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