RD Melvin B. Navarro sworn-in the newly appointed Engineer II personnel from Albay 2nd DEO, witnessed by ARD Armando G. Estrella, Chief Adm. Officer Flocerpida B. Azotea and Asst. District Engineer Ella L. Areola
News by Month
Thirty one (31) new Engineer II positions from the 109 allocations for DPWH Bicol Region was filled recently following the approval of evaluation of candidates by the Central Selection Board (DPWH-CSB) duly concurred by Secretary Rogelio L. Singson.
Being the first batch to be approved from the 1,396 positions created nationwide, DPWH Region V through the initiative of Regional Director Melvin V. Navarro, welcomed on September 11, 2015 the new DPWH employees through a Eucharistic Celebration followed by a short program where they took their Oath of Office.
The government will impose suspension of work to contractors who fail to observe safety requirements with no entitlement of time extension and payment on corresponding items and related works.
Secretary Rogelio L. Singson through Department Order 135 directed all DPWH field offices to strictly implement the requirements on road works safety, traffic management, and construction safety and health during the project construction and maintenance works.
Road projects not only improve people’s lives with increased mobility and connectivity but also provide employment opportunities to local residents.
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and Road Board recently launched the pilot implementation of Community Managed Road Maintenance Project (CMRMP) providing jobs for about 477 Programang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino family- beneficiaries in Paranas, Western Samar.
Develop sense of responsibility in nation building and employment opportunities to about 477 families in Paranas, Samar are provided by the government through the Community Managed Road Maintenance Project (CMRMP), a partnership program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the Road Board. In photo with road maintenance workers during the CMRMP launch at the 16 kilometer pilot road traversing six (6) barangays in Paranas, Samar rehabilitated under the Secondary National Roads Development Project funded by the U.S.A.
Regional Director Nerie Bueno is joined by DPWH Region 2 officials led by Assistant Director Alexander Nola after the turn-over program where she formally assumed leadership of DPWH Regional Office in Cagayan Valley Region. Lower photo shows the Lady Regional Director with the District Engineers and Assistant District Engineers assigned in the Region.
Engr. Nerie D. Bueno, the newly designated Officer-In-Charge Director of DPWH Region II formally assumed her new assignment after a simple turn-over ceremony held on September 18, 2014 at the DPWH Regional Conference Hall.
Director Bueno succeeded Director Melvin B. Navarro who was reassigned at DPWH Region V in Legaspi City, Albay.
Regional employees and officials warmly welcomed the Engr. Bueno, first ever lady Regional Director upon arrival in the regional office where a simple program that includes a thanksgiving mass was held.
Road Slips at Km 154; Km 156 and Km 157 at the Old Zigzag Road (Bitukang Manok) connecting the towns of Pagbilao and Atimonan, Quezon were recorded during typhoon “MARIO” on September 19, 2014 at around 5:30 in the morning.
Four (4) projects of the Department of Public Works and Highways Batangas I District Engineering Office (Batangas I DEO) for the year 2014 were for Network Development – Widening of National Roads in various sections of Palico-Balayan-Batangas City Road in Western Batangas.
With a total of length of 2.07 kilometers, the road widening included sections in Mahayahay, Palanas, Bukal-Tubigan in Lemery, Batangas and Rizal in Tuy, Batangas.
Secretary Singson presided the meeting with Mayor Isabelle Climaco-Salazar, Congressman Celso Lobregat, RD Jorge Sebastian and ARD Nenita Robles for the Zamboanga City Road to Recovery and Reconstruction project. The rehab plan integrates the principle of “Build Back Better Zamboanga” which means better road networks in the affected areas and disaster and climate change-resilient infrastructures and public facilities.