News by Year

DPWH paves road leading to sacred tourism spot in central Iloilo town

Body: 

The sacred shrine confined in a cave in Mount Salihid in Brgy. Bungca-Suhuton, Barotac Nuevo, is becoming one of the most visited tourist destinations in the central part of Iloilo, especially during Holy Week, where multitude of devotees go for pilgrimage.

Mount. Salihid attracts tourists, hikers and pilgrims, because of the vibrant colors of green that dominate its surroundings and the lush vegetation environing the whole mountain, as well as the blazing glow of the sun that gleamed in a magnificent flourish of ribbon-like fire view from its top.

New Head of Albay 3rd District Engineering Office

Body: 

Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) OIC-Assistant Regional Director Esmeraldo S. Sarmiento turned-over the headship of Albay 3rd District Engineering Office (DEO) to Engr. Salome M. Sartillo by virtue of Special Order 93, series of 2019 issued by DPWH Secretary Mark A. Villar.

The simple turnover ceremony was held at the said DEO last August 6, 2019.

DPWH 5 starts construction of DTI 3-Storey Building

Body: 

The Department of Public and Highways (DPWH) in Region V has started the construction of the new building for the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) at the Regional Government Center in Rawis, Legazpi City.

In the groundbreaking ceremony held last July 26, 2019, DPWH RD Virgilio C. Eduarte said that the amount of the project is P48.249 million for a 3-storey building with a total area of 3,020 square meters.

This was sourced from the General Appropriation Act (GAA) 2019. The event was graced by DTI Assistant Secretary Demphna Du-Naga and her staff.

DPWH Ilocos Sur 1st DEO joins the Division Kick-Off of OK sa DepEd

Body: 

As one of the government stakeholders of the Department of Education (DepEd) Vigan City Division, DPWH Ilocos Sur 1st DEO attended the Division Kick-Off Activities and Stakeholders’ Convergence for Oplan Kalusugan (OK) sa DepEd Program for SY 2019-2020 last August 13, 2019 at the Vigan Convention Center.

The district was represented by OIC Assistant District Engineer Raynaldo R. Ablog who joined in the motorcade and participated at the Zumba dance activity.

DPWH Ilocos Sur 1st District Engineering Office donated used Furniture and Fixtures

Body: 

DPWH Ilocos Sur 1st District Engineering Office donated used Furniture and Fixtures (2 swivel chairs, 3 tables, 3 cabinets, and 2 computer tables), to the Philippine National Police Ilocos Sur Provincial Crime Laboratory Office, Camp President Elpidio R. Quirino, Bulag, Bantay, Ilocos Sur.

The items were received by PLTCOL. Mary Ann Cayabtab, Provincial Chief of SOCO, who was very grateful to District Engineer Reynaldo S. Organo for the continuous support and assistance of the district.

DPWH-Ilocos Norte 1st DEO received heavy equipment

Body: 

DPWH-Ilocos Norte 1st District Engineering Office has received 3-way Dump Truck from the Bureau of Equipment as part of the Central Offices’ CY 2018 Equipment Procurement Program.

Only two district offices from Region 1 has this kind of equipment.

The dump truck amounting to 3,875,000.00 could tilt sideways and backwards which makes work faster and easier during disasters, clearing operations and maintenance activities.

This district also procured Boom Truck, Manlift Truck and Road Grader from CY 2018 fund.

DPWH Pangasinan 3rd DEO report progress of P96M worth of access roads in Sison, Pangasinan

Body: 

In line with the Department of Public Works and Highways’ (DPWH) convergence program with the Department of Tourism (DOT)— through its social responsibility to make tourism destination in the country more accessible to the public — DPWH Pangasinan 3rd District Engineering Office recently conducted an actual field inspection of access road project in the Municipality of Sison, Pangasinan

DPWH turns-over infra-projects to Iligan School of Fisheries

Body: 

Students, faculty and staff of the Iligan City National School of Fisheries (ICNSOF) in Brgy. Buru-un, this city will now have an easier time in going to school with the concreting of their entrance road which used to be a dirt road riddled with mudholes and boulder stones.

Students now also have a more conducive learning environment inside the newly completed 2-storey Laboratory Workshop Building.

Pages