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07/13/15

DPWH UNVEILS FIRST MURAL, INTEGRITY LANDMARK

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  The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) unveiled its first mural and integrity landmark depicting the history and transformation of the Agency through the years, on June 23, at Roxas, Isabela.

Aiming to inspire the public and young generation of DPWH employees, the public art project which was inaugurated during DPWH’s 117th anniversary celebration took more than two months of planning, designing and carving.

Isabela Second Engineering District Office Head Engr. Reynato Ubiña who conceptualized and designed the mural said “It illustrates DPWH’s evolution since it was created in June 1898 under the first Philippine Republic, as then Department of War and Public Works. The artwork does not only speak of history but a symbol of transformation and structural change.”

“We hope that this will inspire DPWH employees to perform further the Department's programs and projects,” Ubiña added.

Director Nerie D. Bueno said the mural is also a tribute to DPWH Secretary Rogelio L. Singson who started a new culture of professionalism and honesty in DPWH. The mural is open for public viewing.
 
 
06/25/15

DPWH REGION II CELEBRATES AGENCY’S 117TH ANNIVERSARY WITH TREE PLANTING, ZUMBA

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  To celebrate the DPWH’s 117th Founding Anniversary in a productive way that also promotes health and environment advocacy among the workforce, DPWH Region II held a tree planting activity and zumba fitness workout on June 20, 2015 at the Regional Government Center, Carig Sur, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.

At least 250 regional office employees trooped the Regional Government Center tree lane near the DPWH compound to plant around 215 seedlings.

This is in coordination with the DENR in Cagayan Valley, which provided the seedlings for the activity.
 
 
04/08/15

INAUGURATION OF LULLUTAN BRIDGE IN ISABELA

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  President Benigno S. Aquino III and Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Secretary Rogelio L. Singson lead the inaugural drive-through of P700-million Lullutan Bridge in Ilagan, Isabela. Spanning the Cagayan River, the 500.6-meter bridge is one of the longest bridges built for Region 2, connecting Barangays Camalagui and Lullutan in the municipality of Ilagan. Prior to its completion, farmers had to travel via barges to transport their agricultural products to markets.  
 
01/23/15

DPWH COMPLETES P700-M BRIDGE IN ISABELA

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  The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is set to inaugurate the newly completed Lullutan Bridge project in Ilagan, Isabela. The said bridge project which has a total project cost of P772 million is aimed at supporting increased agricultural productivity in Region 2.

Citing a report by the DPWH – Urgent Bridges Construction Project for Rural Development-Project Management Office (UBCPRD-PMO), Public Works Secretary Rogelio L. Singson said that the “Lullutan Bridge is one of the longest and most vital bridges in the region that shall boost interaction in the province of Isabela and open up new areas for development, particularly in the agricultural sector,”.

The newly built structure is a 500-meter structural steel bridge, with 14 spans, reinforced concrete slab supported with two (2) column pier resting on group bored piles foundation, and has a 1.175-kilometer long Portland Cement Concrete Pavement approaches. It connects Barangay Camalagui and Barangay Lullutan, Ilagan.

Singson said construction of the bridge also includes drainage facilities with slope protection to ensure safe access of motorists especially during rainy days when Cagayan River overflows.

The DPWH chief added that the Lullutan Bridge is just one of the many major bridge projects of the government that aims to facilitate economic growth in crucial regions, particularly in the rural areas.

“Our government believes that agricultural growth is an important component for poverty reduction, thus, we are pushing for timely completion of these kinds of projects,” said Singson.
 
 
 
 
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