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   "Daang Matuwid, Kaunlaran ang Hatid"                                                                                                                         Right Project, Right Cost, Right Quality, Right on Time, Right People                                                                                                                                                                     
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Today is Thursday, September 18, 2014  

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NO LET UP IN PURGING DPWH ERRING EMPLOYEES – DPWH CHIEF

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“I won’t hesitate suspending or terminating erring DPWH personnel who are members of the Bids and Awards Committees (BACs) conniving with contractors or with unscrupulous individuals found to be “fixing” the biddings in the Department.”            

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Vision

By 2030, DPWH is an effective and efficient government agency, improving the life of every Filipino through quality infrastructure.

Mission

To provide  and manage quality infrastructure facilities and services responsive to the needs  of the Filipino people in the  pursuit of  national development objectives.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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TRAVEL ADVISORY

DPWH CLEARS 8 ROAD SECTIONS LEFT IMPASSABLE BY TYPHOON LUIS

Clearing operations are still on-going in eight (8) road sections in Regions 1, 2, 3, 8 and Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) that were closed to vehicular traffic due to landslides, washed out detour road and flood waters left by recent typhoon “Luis”.

Monitoring of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Bureau of Maintenance indicates that as of 12 Noon today, September 18, 2014, deployed DPWH manpower and equipment are doubling efforts to clear landslides and re-open to vehicular traffic the Mt. Province-Ilocos Sur Road via Tue (K0393+800, K0392+055, K0390+380, K0389+380, K0388+900) in Mountain Province and similar recent occurrence at Matagob-Libongao-Palompon Road in Leyte.

At least four (4) road sections are impassable to vehicles due to floodwaters that includes the detour road at Baligued Bridge (K0198+269) and Sapang Bridge I (K0199+343) along Camiling-Wawa-Bayambang-Malasiqui-Sta. Barbara Road in Pangasinan, Cabagan Sta. Maria overflow bridge (K0451+462) in Isabela Province, and Ormoc-Merida Road and Dagami-Burauen Road both in Leyte Province.

The Nueva Ecija – Pangasinan Road specifically at KM173+500 in Brgy. Sabit, Cuyapo and Barangay Mapangpang, Lupao in the Province of Nueva Ecija is impassable due to washed out detour road while Shilan Beckel Road (K0263+200) in the Province of Benguet is closed due to an on-going widening works.

Estimated cost of damage by the Bureau of Maintenance is at P4.48 million.

LA UNION 2nd DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE LIMITS
BAUANG-BAGUIO CITY ROAD TO LIGHT VEHICLES ONLY

Effective August 26, 2014, heavy vehicles bound to or from Baguio City to Ilocos Provinces are not allowed to pass Ribsuan Bridge along Bauang-Baguio City Road due to occurrence of hole in the deck slab at 40 meters from abutment “A”, cracks and spalling at adjoining deck slab, and other observed defects dangerous to passing heavy vehicles.

With Bauang-Baguio City Road limited to light vehicles only, heavy vehicles are advised to take Marcos Highway now called Aspiras Highway in Agoo, La Union or Kennon Road along Rosario, La Union.

>> EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Typhoon Luis
>> PUBLIC ADVISORY ON ANTI-OVERLOADING
>> Monitoring Contractors, Consultants & Suppliers Business-Related Transactions/Documents.
>> General Appropriations Act Provisions : includes Realignments, DPWH Programs and Projects, MVUC Projects, Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) and others
>> CFMS-SAC validation on Bonds/ Insurance/ Credit Line/ Bank Guaranty as of May 31, 2014.
>> Highway Safety Design Standards Manuals: Part 1 – Road Safety Design Manual and Part 2 – Road Signs and Pavement Markings Manual.
>> Quick Reference Guide for RBIA System
>> Guidelines in Audit of Procurement
>> Enforcement of the Accessibility of the Law (BP 344) along National Roads
>> Batas Pambansa Bilang 344 (Accessibility Law) and its Implementing Rules and Regulations
>> Consolidated Constructors Performance Summary Report
>> Government Procurement Policy Board (GPPB) Resolution NO. 08-2006 dated January 20, 2006
>> New Schedule of Fees and Other Charges of the revised IRR of the National Building Code of the Philippines (PD 1096) (PDF Format, size 810 KB)
>> Digital Copies of Various Types/Designs of DepED School Building Projects
>> Standard Design Plans for One (1) Storey School Buildings (1,2,3,4 and 5 Classrooms)
>> Standard Design Plans for Two (2) Storey School Buildings (8 Classrooms)
>> The Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of Republic Act No. 9184
>> PASIG – MARIKINA RIVER CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
Resettlement Action Plan
RAP Appendix
Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
Annex 11-2
>> National Sewerage and Septage Management Program
>> Resettlement Action Plan for Magapit – Sta Ana Road, Magapit – Mission Section (NRIMP Phase II)
>> Proposed Central Luzon Link Expressway (CLLEX)
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC)
Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) Amended
 
     

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