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ASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR

RD EDILBERTO D. TAYAO  ARD WENCESLAO M. LEAÑO, JR. 

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02/02/16

DPWH VI GEARS UP FOR ISO 9001:2008 CERTIFICATION

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  Assistant Regional Director and Officer-In-Charge Wenceslao M. Leaño, Jr. led the unveiling of marker during the launching of “Journey to ISO 9001:2008 Certification” of the Department of Public Works and Highways, Regional Office VI.

The launched was organized by the core team headed by Engr. Jose Al V. Fruto, who has been attending various trainings and workshops on ISO certification.

In his remark, ARD Leaño underscores the need to adhere with the eight (8) quality management principles as fundamental to gaining certification of the Quality Management System. The Quality Management Principles which includes customer focus, leadership, involvement of people, process approach, system approach to management, continual improvement, factual approach to decision making, and mutually beneficial supplier relationship not only provide the foundation for the rest of the requirements, but more importantly provide the framework for introducing good management practice to underpin the organization’s management systems.

Leaño said that gaining ISO Certification depends on the employees of DPWH Region 6.

“The most important to me is the employees’ participation, support and cooperation to become successful in the journey to ISO certification,” said Dir. Leaño.

In addition, Engr. Fruto explained the theme: “Doing Things Right; Doing the Right Things,” which means efficiency and effectiveness.

He also explained that the slogans are consistent with the guiding principles on quality management which are primarily focused on customers, that means meeting requirement and exceeding customer expectations.

The launching highlighted the signing of commitment and support on the journey to ISO certification. The signature campaign was spearheaded by ARD Leaño, followed by QMS Core team, division chiefs and all employees of the Regional Office.

ISO or the International Organization of Standardization is a world-wide federation of national standards, bodies with representatives from each of the approximately 167 countries, including the Philippines.

The DPWH Head Office in Manila including National Capital Region office and Region XI in Davao City are already ISO certified, hence all other Regional Offices are currently gearing up for certification.

In Western Visayas, the Department of Budget and Management and the Western Visayas Medical Center were among the government offices which are ISO certified.
 
 
01/25/16

P 180-M BRIDGE CROSSING ILOILO RIVER OPENS

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  A new bridge connecting Muelle Loney and Lapuz district in Iloilo City was formally opened to vehicular traffic.

Senate President Franklin Drilon and Department of Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio L. Singson led the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Muelle Loney (Drilon) Bridge crossing Iloilo River. They were joined by DPWH Region 6 Director Edilberto Tayao, Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog, Iloilo 2nd District Representative Arcadio Gorriceta, and other local officials.

The 180 million worth bridge project will provide additional access to the newly operational Iloilo Ferry Terminal, making it more accessible to the general public.

The bridge will also help decongest traffic along the North Marginal Wharf Road, the only access road to the ferry terminal.

The two-lane 125 linear meters pre-stressed concrete girder bridge is complemented by a 157-meter promenade at the Lapuz side and another 536.6 meter Esplanade at the Muelle Loney side.
 
 
01/25/16

RIBBON CUTTING OF NEW ILOILO BRIDGE

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  Senate President Franklin Drilon, together with DPWH Secretary Rogelio L. Singson (center), DPWH Region 6 Director Edilberto Tayao (third from left), Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog (second from right), 2nd District Representative Cong. Arcadio Gorriceta (right most), led the ceremonial ribbon cutting ceremony to formally open Muelle Loney (Drilon) Bridge crossing Iloilo River. The 125 lineal meters bridge constructed at a cost of P 180 million connects Iloilo City proper from Muelle Loney Street to BRGY. Progreso in Lapuz District.  
 
01/20/16

P465-MILLION TOURISM ROAD PROJECTS IN PANAY ISLAND

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  The construction of connectivity roads has improved access to tourist destinations in Panay Island.

Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Region 6 has implemented P465 Million worth of road projects funded under FY 2015 national budget to create the gateway to tourism places in the provinces of Aklan, Antique and Capiz.

In the province of Aklan, the DPWH is undertaking two major road projects which provide better and more convenient access to the world-renowned Boracay Island – the Widening of Aklan West Road and Road Opening of Kalibo Circumferential Road.

The widening of Aklan West Road, Kalibo-Nabas section in the town of Tangalan, with the project cost of P138.272 Million, involves widening of both sides of national road with the length of 4.15 kilometers, width of 3.65 meters and thickness of 0.30 meters.

The road opening of Kalibo Cimcumferential Road, on the other hand, has the project cost of P77.9 Million.

The project involves construction of 6.851 kilometers road, 6.70 meters wide and 0.28 meters thick. It also includes provision of 45.0 lineal meters pipe culvert, storm drain, embankment, grouted riprap and stone masonry.

In the province of Antique, the DPWH is implementing the Upgrading/Concreting of Villahermosa-Imparayan-Cabladan-Sitio Apong Road in Sibalom Antique.

The road leads to various tourism areas such as Sibalom Natural Park, Waterfalls Rafflesiaspesiosa Viewing, Gemstone Hunting, Lake “Pako”, Bato Pispis and Mountain Trekking.

Costing P80.0 Million, the project involves concreting of 4.048 kilometers road with the thickness of 0.28 meters and width of 6.10 meters as well as provision of shoulders, box culverts and lined canal.

When completed, the project would provide easy and more comfortable travel going to numerous tourists spots in the area, hence, improving the economic condition of the province and its people.

In the province of Capiz, two major widening projects are currently being undertaken by the DPWH Regional Office VI namely the Widening of Iloilo-Capiz Road (New Route), Dao-Sigma section and Cuartero section.

The widening along Dao-Sigma section with the length of 4.12 kilometers including Road-Right-Of-Way, has the amount of P89.349 Million funded under GAA FY 2015 of the Regional Office and under contract with Silver Dragon Construction, Lumber & Glass Supply.

The project involves widening of both sides of the road with the width of 3.65 meters and thickness of 0.30 meters Portland Concrete Cement Pavement, including excavation and embankment.

It also involves provision of concrete pipe culverts, slope protection, stone masonry and thermoplastic pavement markings.

The widening along Cuartero section, on the other hand, involves widening of 2.447 kilometers roadway including Road-Right-Of-Way, with the thickness of 0.30 meters Portland Concrete Cement Pavement and width of 3.65 meters at both sides of the road, including embankment.

It also includes construction of drainage, reinforced box culvert, slope protection, informative signs and thermoplastic pavement markings.

The project is under contract with Silver Dragon Construction, Lumber and Glass Supply in the amount of P79.051 Million.
 
 
 
 
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