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RD MELANIO C. BRIOSOS  ARD ALEXANDER D. NOLA 

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10/18/16

DPWH-2 BRACES FOR TYPHOOON “LAWIN”

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  The Department of Public Works and Highways Regional Office 02 joined other government agencies and media personnel for the Pre-Disaster Risk Assessment (PDRA) Team emergency meeting in preparation for Typhoon ‘Lawin’.

Following the briefing from the representatives of Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) on the forecast movement on the position and strength of Typhoon Lawin and the Office of the Civil Defense’s discussion of possible scenarios and advanced strategic planning preparation for the storm, DPWH Cagayan Valley Regional Director Melanio C. Briosos assured that DPWH has already deployed and pre-positioned maintenance personnel as well as equipment in the District Engineering Offices all over the region.

“Regional and District Engineering Office teams were instructed to reactivate its rescue teams and 24/7 skeletal workforce for the rest of the week,” said Briosos.

DPWH teams will operate on a round-the-clock basis and shall coordinate with Office of the Civil Defense, Philippine Army, Philippine National Police (PNP), local government units (LGUs) and other concerned agencies for any necessary assistance that may be provided.

Maintenance crew and equipment will also be deployed at strategic locations of major highways in Cagayan Valley Region.
 
 
10/13/16

DPWH INSTALLS RAIN WATER COLLECTION SYSTEM IN QUIRINO PROVINCE

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  The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has installed 19 rain water collection system for schools in Quirino province, an innovative way to maximize use of rainwater for sanitation purposes.

The rain water collection systems were installed at elementary and secondary schools in the municipalities of Aglipay, Cabarroguis, Diffun, Maddela and Nagtipunan.

According DPWH Quirino District Engineering Office (QDEO) District Engineer Marifel T. Andes, P3.4 million was allocated for the construction of these rain water collection systems.

The rain water collection system collects rainwater through pipes connected from the roofing of the school buildings. Accumulated rainwater is distributed to toilets, washroom and other utilities that need water through the pipes or faucets attached to the system.

“There are lots of things that we can do with rainwater. We can use it to clean comfort rooms or for watering the plants. Eventually, this contributes in ensuring cleanliness in the schools, and safeguard the health of both faculty and students,” said Andes.
 
 
10/12/16

DPWH COMPLETES P44-M FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT FOR NUEVA VIZCAYA

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  A newly completed flood control project of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is now benefiting residents of a rural municipality in Nueva Vizcaya.

The DPWH through the Nueva Vizcaya Second District Engineering Office (NVSDEO) has completed the construction of a revetment to support to the Mangayang Bridge located at Brgy. Banganan, Aritao, Nueva Vizcaya.

A 636.0 lineal meters revetment structure with a combination of gabion and granular fill embankment materials was built at a cost of P44 million to further strengthen the said bridge which links Aritao-Quirino Road.

“The construction of the flood control project will help prevent inland flooding and protecting lives and properties of residents during heavy rains.”, said NVSDEO District Engineer Ronald P. Reyes.

“This project is critically important to small town communities near the rivers especially when water level in the river increases because of heavy rains,” added Reyes.
 
 
10/10/16

DPWH DISPATCHED TEAM AND EQUIPMENT
TO CLEAR ROCKSLIDE IN BATANES

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  The Department of Public Works and Highways has mobilized maintenance team and equipment to clear rockslide at Basco-Mahatao-Ivana-Uyugan-Imnajbu Road in Ivana, Batanes.

In a report from DPWH Regional Office 2, an estimated volume of 750 cubic meters of rockslide has closed to vehicular traffic a road section at KM 8+750 of Basco-Mahatao-Ivana-Uyugan-Imnajbu Road.

Motorists are advised to use the interior Mahatao-Imnajbu Road as an alternate route.

The continuous heavy rains affecting the Province of Batanes triggered the rockslide.

Appropriate warning signs were also installed to ensure safety of the motorists and proper coordination was made with the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) and the local government unit of Batanes.
 
 
09/22/16

DPWH-2 WELCOMES HOME NEW DIRECTOR
Bueno bids goodbye

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  Engr. Melanio C. Briosos, the newly assigned DPWH - II Regional Director, formally reported to his new function after a simple turn-over ceremony held on September 16, 2016 at the DPWH Region II Conference Hall.

Director Briosos switched places with Director Nerie D. Bueno as the latter transferred to DPWH Region I in San Fernando City, La union.

In his message, Assistant Regional Director Alexander D. Nola thanked Engr. Bueno whom he described as the leader who steered DPWH Region II to greater heights with its notable accomplishments.

ARD Nola conveyed his words of welcome to Director Briosos saying, “We are delighted to welcome you home Sir Mel, in behalf of the DPWH Region 02 family, we want to assure you of our full support and cooperation for your administration.”

The event was witnessed by key officials and employees from the District Engineering Offices together with other partners from national government agencies and media.

Briosos, in his acceptance speech, expressed how happy he is to come back to his home region after almost three years.

“I’m really glad to be back and be of service to my home region once again. Altogether, let’s continue to be a beacon of hope and excellence as we serve the Filipino people,” Director Briosos added.

He also vowed to maintain and sustain the accomplishments of the previous leadership. He emphasized on the continuous upholding of the department’s core values and encouraged the staff to always give their commitment in their job as public servants.

“We must always be guided with the thrusts of our department, called the PIPET- Public Service, Integrity, Professionalism, Excellence and Teamwork. Let’s make this as our daily mantra in order for us to do our work better and be more effective civil servants of the country,” concluded Director Briosos.
 
 
09/20/16

CUPAS FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT IN NV SERVES ITS PURPOSE

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  The P34.65 million flood control project of the Department of Public Works and Highways Regional Office 02 installed at Cupas River in Brgy. San Leonardo, Bambang, proved its efficacy as it averted any possible disaster-related problems that may arise when the water level has increased due to the weeklong rain.

“The Cupas Flood Control Project helped in preventing occurrence of flash flood because it blocked the influx of water to the roads, houses, and agricultural lands, and protected lives during the recent rain showers caused by the southwest monsoon (Habagat),” said District Engineer Rodolfo Torralba Jr. of Nueva Vizcaya 1st District Engineering Office, in a statement.

According to DE Torralba, the project was fortified with the construction of a rubble concrete revetment with series of training dike and embankment at the bank to plug water inflow.

Locals also expressed their appreciation to the project. Construction started last February of this year and was completed after five months. It was funded under the General Appropriations Act (GAA) of 2016.
 
 
09/15/16

P16 M DRAINAGE PROJECT IN BATANES NEARS COMPLETION

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  With the accomplishment rate of 85.88%, the drainage construction along the national road of Batanes Province is nearing completion within two months.

The P16.81 million project is implemented by Department of Public Works and Highways Regional Office 02 through the Batanes District Engineering Office.

Curb and gutter were built along the national road which connects the municipalities of Basco, Mahatao, Ivana, Uyugan and Imnajbu. Other improvement activities also include the construction of cross drainage works and concreting of the road shoulder/sidewalks.

The project aims to reduce flooding and landslides, ensure the smooth flow of transportation and comfort of the riding public especially during rainy season as the province is frequently visited by typhoons.

“DPWH continues to fulfil its mandate of implementing projects that are responsive to the needs of the public,” Assistant Regional Director Alexander Nola said.

“Through this drainage construction, we provide a proactive response in mitigating possible problems that may arise during calamities like flash flood,” he added.

Construction for the said project began on February 9, 2016 and is funded under General Appropriations Act (GAA) of 2016.
 
 
08/30/16

NEW K-12 BUILDING OPENS IN CAGAYAN

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  As a support to the newly-implemented K-12 program of Department of Education, DPWH - Cagayan 1st District Engineering Office recently inaugurated a two-storey classroom building at Claveria School of Arts and Trades in Claveria, Cagayan.

Cagayan 1st District Engineer Lorna Asuten was joined by DepEd District Supervisor Renato Hernandez and Claveria Municipal Mayor Cecilia Layus during the ceremony.

The building, which amounts to P 8.09 million pesos, houses six classrooms, each measuring 9.5 meters wide and 36 meters long. It was funded under the DepEd School Building Program while the planning and construction was spearheaded by DPWH.

“We continue to intensify our partnership with the Department of Education to ensure that all students under K-12 are being accommodated,” she concluded.

DE Asuten furthers that more school buildings are being built throughout the Region in support to the government’s K-12 program.
 
 
08/15/16

DPWH COMPLETES BRIDGE CONNECTING REGION 1, 2, CAR

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  A P64 million bridge project that connects the provinces in Cagayan Valley, Cordillera Administrative Region and Ilocos Region has been completed by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

In a report to DPWH Secretary Mark A. Villar, DPWH Region 2 Director Nerie D. Bueno said the 2-span, 66-lineal meter Guiddam Bridge located along Manila North Road (KMO571+737) in Barangay Guiddam, Abulug, Cagayan is now serviceable.

The new Guiddam Bridge is a pre-stressed concrete girders (PSCG) type V bridge with 7.32 meter deck and 0.76 meter sidewalks at both sides. It replaced the old damaged steel truss bridge.

According to Bueno, the bridge will provide convenience to the public in transporting agricultural and commercial products of Abulug to major trade centers in the area and neighboring provinces. The municipality of Abuyug is known as producer of rice, vegetable, fish and industrial products such as lumber. Its native cottage industries are mat-weaving, pottery, nipa shingle and native winemaking.

“The newly constructed infrastructure will greatly improve accessibility and mobility in the vicinity by providing an enhanced transport facility in the Manila North Road which is the gateway to Region I and access to CAR through the Province of Apayao”, said Bueno.
 
 
07/08/16

DPWH RO-2 OBTAINS ISO CERTIFICATION

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  The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) conferred the ISO 9001:2008 certification to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Regional Office 02 for its Quality Management System (QMS).

DPWH Regional Office 02 and Isabela Second District Engineering Office were among the 35 new offices included in the expansion of DPWH’s QMS. ISO 9001:2008 Certification is an accreditation conducted by external certification bodies to ensure that an organization performs their inter-related processes with international standards.

According to Regional Director Nerie D. Bueno, having an ISO Certification means that an agency or company strictly ensures that their management systems operate effectively as a guide for achieving their organizational performance goals, such as commitment to quality and excellent public service.

The awarding ceremony was headed by Secretary Rogelio L. Singson, also attended Assistant Secretary Gilberto S. Reyes, Undersecretary Ardeliza R. Medenilla, Undersecretary Romeo S. Momo, AJA Registrars Vice President Paul Bagatsing, Undersecretary Raul C. Asis, Assistant Secretary B. Elizabeth E. Yap, Undersecretary Emil K. Sadain, Assistant Secretary Eugenio R. Pipo, Jr. and Assistant Secretary Dimas S. Soguilon, ISDEO District Engineer Reynato Ubiña, Region 02 Administrative Officer Nestor Q. Marallag.
 
 
06/25/16

NUEVA VIZCAYA 2ND DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE CELEBRATES DPWH’S 118TH FOUNDING ANNIVERSARY

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  Personnel of DPWH-Nueva Vizcaya 2nd (NVSDEO ) District Engineering Office headed by District Engineer RONALD P. REYES celebrated the 118th Anniversary of the agency with the theme “Serbisyo Tungo Sa Patuloy Na Pagbabago” at Malasin, Dupax del Norte Nueva Vizcaya simultaneously with the national celebration of the agency held at the Head Office in Manila.

As part of the celebration, NVSDEO Staff and Personnel joined forces to come up with some worthwhile activities for the said undertaking including a “Fun Run” from Lamo Bridge along DM – Jct. Lamo-Malasin Road to DPWH NVSDEO.

Flag raising ceremony was also conducted, followed by a short program. Assistant District Engineer Glenn C. Miguel delivered a simple but very meaningful message regarding the anniversary theme stressing the importance of public service as one of our core values and commitment to the Filipino people.

A “Tree Planting” activity was also undertaken along the premises of NVSDEO Compound. DE Reyes, ADE Miguel was joined by HRAS Chief Grace V. Sanchez, FMS Chief Jonnalyn Q. Barasi, Maintenance Chief Perfecto E. Urban, JR., Construction Chief Prudencio T. Angeles and Planning and Design Chief Simon U. Quijano, Jr. in the planting of around one hundred eighty (180) mahogany seedlings. To end the celebration, everyone posed for a group picture with the flying of Helium Balloons marked with DPWH 118TH Anniversary into the sky.

DE Reyes acknowledged the staff and personnel of NVSDEO for their usual support and cooperation which resulted to the success of the said undertaking, with the hope that in every event, camaraderie between each and every employee will always be strengthened and developed because in the department we are FAMILY, we share one goal, mission and vision, and that is to continue delivering quality service to the public.
 
 
06/15/16

BACK-TO-SCHOOL SUPPLIES FROM DPWH

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  Department of Public Works and Highways-Nueva Vizcaya Second Engineering Office personnel headed by District Engineer Ronald P. Reyes recently handed over school supplies to pupils of Naruron Elementary School in Dupax Del Norte, Nueva Vizcaya. This activity in support of District Engineers League of the Philippines’ (DELP’s) “Gamit Pang-Eskwela, Hatid ay Saya” Program.  
 
06/09/16

DPWH-2 JOINS OPLAN BALIK ESKWELA; DONATES CLEANING AND PAINTING MATERIALS TO SCHOOL

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  The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Regional Office 02 continues to support the ‘Oplan Balik Eskwela’ program of Department of Education (DepEd), aiming to provide safe and convenient learning environment for students in the region.

Regional Director Nerie D. Bueno instructed officials and staff to join students, teachers and parents in the cleaning and repainting of the Carig Elementary School classrooms and surroundings.

Led by Assistant Regional Director Alexander D. Nola, the workforce exhibited unity in maintaining and beautifying the campus. The agency also donated cleaning and painting materials to the school.

District Engineering Offices throughout the region were engaged in repainting and establishing of pedestrian lanes in schools, installing of warning signs, cleaning of canals and drainage including vegetation controls which are among the major activities undertaken in preparation for the upcoming opening of school classes, ARD Nola said.
 
 
06/08/16

DPWH NUEVA VIZCAYA 2ND JOINS BRIGADA ESKWELA 2016

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  Employees of DPWH Nueva Vizcaya 2nd District Engineering Office brought the Bayanihan spirit alive by helping the repainting of classroom tables and chairs at the Naruron Primary School for this year’s Brigada Eskwela.  
 
05/03/16

DPWH OPENS P675M PAMPLONA BRIDGE IN CAGAYAN

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  Department of Public Works and Highways Region II Director Nerie D. Bueno reported the completion of Pamplona Bridge, a major infrastructure project which in Barangay Masi. Pamplona, Cagayan. Official program formalities and inauguration ceremony was graced led by His Excellency President Benigno S. Aquino III together with DPWH Secretary Rogelio L. Singson on May 2, 2016.

Implemented by the DPWH Regional Office at a total allocation cost of 675.7 Million, The bridge with the length of 489.80 lineal meters consisting of nine (9) spans with 330.20 lineal meters total length of approaches will provide convenience to the public in transporting agricultural and commercial products to major trade centers in the area and neighbouring provinces.

According to Director Bueno, the rehabilitation/replacement of the old Pamplona Bridge will play a major support in the interplay of agricultural, industrial and tourism growth and exchanges between the provinces in Cagayan Valley and Ilocos Region.

“The newly constructed infrastructure will greatly improve accessibility and mobility in the vicinity by providing an enhanced transport facility in the Manila North Road which is the gateway to Region I”, Bueno added.

Pamplona Bridge located along Manila North Road KO621+822.43 to KO650+269.706 is the first completed major bridge project implemented by the DPWH Regional Office 02 for the current year. The bridge project links Region II to Region I as well as the northern municipalities of CAR. The immediate completion of the project would provide better transport facility between and among the regions.

The newly built bridge is envisioned to ensure continuous movement of goods and safer travel for the public. The stronger and more stable bridge shall promote socio-economic development and spur rapid growth in terms of economic and tourism activities in the area.

The project leads to opening of interesting various business opportunities with attractive incentives and advantages for interested investors. These developments are deemed toward attracting legitimate and productive local and foreign investments thus, creating employment opportunities not only in the province, but the whole country as well.
 
 
03/03/16

DPWH RO-2 LAUNCHES JOURNEY TO ISO CERTIFICATION

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  In their thrust to render quality service and excellent management to clients and the general public, the Department of Public Works and Highways Regional Office 02 launched their journey to be certified compliant to the international standards set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) on February 5, 2015 held at the DPWH Region 02 gymnasium.

The office aims to be conferred of the ISO 9001:2008 certification before the month of May 2016 as directed by DPWH Secretary Rogelio L. Singson. DPWH-2 together with other Regional Offices and DEOs in the country has started to comply with the Quality Management System ISO standards and requirements.

The event started by celebrating a thanksgiving mass followed by the ceremonial unveiling of the official tarpaulin poster of the DPWH-2 journey to ISO certification.

Regional Director Nerie D. Bueno said that having an ISO certification means that an agency or company strictly ensures that their management systems operate effectively as a guide for achieving their organizational performance goals, such as commitment to quality and excellent public service.

The occasion was attended by Assistant Regional Director Alexander Nola, Regional staff, Division Chiefs, Assistant Division Chiefs, District Engineers, Assistant District Engineers, Section Chiefs, ISO Core Management Team members and employees.

A comprehensive seminar forum was also held to orient and educate the concerned officials and staff about the Quality Management System Manual, 5s management, systematized procedures and other requirements pertinent to ISO.
 
 
01/29/16

DPWH RO II JUMPSTARTS 2016 INFRA PROGRAM

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  DPWH Region 2 Director Nerie D. Bueno convene a meeting with Regional officials and employees, contractors and stakeholders to discuss the latest policy directions and instructions relevant to the implementation of the infrastructure program of Cagayan Valley Region for the year 2016.  
 
 
 
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