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  The convergence program of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the Department of Tourism (DOT) has accomplished a total of five (5) road and bridge projects in Western Visayas leading to tourism destinations in the provinces of Iloilo and Negros Occidental.

In his report to DPWH Secretary Rogelio L. Singson, DPWH Region 6 Director Edilberto D. Tayao said the completed projects with total cost of P121.82 million include the rehabilitation and reconstruction of two roads and two bridges in Iloilo City namely: the 4-lane, 376.50-lineal meter J. M. Basa-Gen. Hughes-Fort San Pedro Road costing P27.12 million; 2-lane, 480-lineal meter Rizal Street in Lapaz District costing P12.7 million; 20-lineal meter San Lorenzo Bridge costing P14 million and 25.0-lineal meter Rizal Bridge costing P18 million.

Also completed is the rehabilitation of 2,401.0-lineal meter access road leading to “The Ruins” in Talisay City in Negros Occidental with the amount of P50 million. The Ruins is a pre-war ruins of mansion considered as the Taj Mahal of Negros being designed by owner as a monument to his enduring love to his wife. It is now being visited by both foreign and local tourists.

According to Tayao, aside from these recently completed projects, DPWH is also accelerating the implementation of eleven (11) more tourism road projects throughout Western Visayas Region.

Among the ongoing projects are: the 4,613-lineal meter access road in Tibao, Antique which leads to White Water Kayaking, Tibiao Ecopark and Tibiao Fish Spa, P110 million; 2,836-lineal meter access road leading to Mambukal Resort in Murcia, Negros Occidental, P60 million; 3,075-lineal meter Bacolod City Boundary Road from La Salle Ecopark to Mt. Mandalagan, P100 million; and 7,785-lineal meter Bacolod City Boundary Road from Lacson Street to La Salle Ecopark, P140 million.

There are also road improvement projects in Leganes-Sta. Barbara Road leading to heritage sites in Iloilo City at P60.0 million; San Miguel-Sta. Barbara Road leading to Sta. Barbara Golf Course, Iloilo, P78.055 million; Iloilo-Capiz Road (Old Route) from Iloilo City-Pavia Boundary to Aganan Bridge in Pavia, Iloilo, P58.945 million; Tangalan-Ibajay Road in Aklan, P98.0 million; and Silay-Lantawan-Patag Access Road to Bacolod Silay Airport Road, with P200.0 million allocation.

Moreover, Negros Occidental First District Engineering Office is undertaking rehabilitation and reconstruction for the P50-million Bacolod-Murcia-Don Salvador Benedicto-San Carlos City Road to Mambukal Resort and Alindahaw Falls respectively and the P40-million rehabilitation of Access Road leading to Gawahon Resort in Victorias City.

“Dangerous Height Does Not Matter”


  Construction of 3-classroom School Building at Agkawayan Elementary School in Mambusao, Capiz has been completed to provide more conducive learning venue for students.

Implemented by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) - Capiz Second District Engineering Office under the leadership of District Engineer Rafael C. Valenzuela and Assistant District Engineer Nonie A. Viyar, the schoolbuilding project costing P1.9 Million is part of the DPWH-DepEd Convergence Program.

The project is one of the significant infrastructures implemented by the District in the said community in pursuit of augmenting the educational development not only of the students but teachers and local folks as well.

Although situated in one of the most far flung areas in the town, the completed project underwent inspection by a team from the DPWH Capiz 2nd District Engineering Office to ensure compliance to DPWH standards.

“We can now provide a much better educational facility for our students. Before, we have to please ourselves with makeshift classrooms. Some of my teaching staff has to literally stay here and has to go home only during weekends considering that Agkawayan Elementary School can be accessed through a motorbike or by a multi-cab when the weather is good” said Mrs. Narcisa Villorente, Teacher-In-Charge of Agkawayan Elementary School.

The school official is much appreciative to the DPWH Inspectorate Team headed by OIC-Asst. District Engineer Nonie A. Viyar together with Engr. Maria Merle Belarmino- OIC Chief-Construction Section, Engr. Yolanda Pugna-Chief, Planning and Design Section and Engr. Milalyn Dolor from the Quality Assurance Section. Indeed, there is much joy to celebrate as the project will benefit the children of the community in their journey to become better citizens of the country, no matter how far is Agkawayan Elementary School from “civilization”.

“What a fulfilling experience indeed considering the odds along the way one can truly say “Dangerous Height Does Not Matter.” said OIC-Asst. District Engineer Viyar



  As of 9AM October 10, 2014, Andona Bridge along Iloilo-Antique Road in Barangay Siwaragan, San Joaquin, Iloilo is not passable to vehicular traffic because of damaged approaches due to heavy rains. A team from the Department of Public Works and Highways Region 6 was dispatched to the area to undertake immediate repair activities.  



  Construction of Barotac Viejo Flood Control Project of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in the Province of Iloilo has formally started with Senator Franklin M. Drilon, Governor Arthur D. Defensor, Sr., Iloilo Fifth District Congressman Niel C. Tupas, Jr., DPWH Region 6 Assistant Director Lea N. Delfinado and DPWH Iloilo 3rd District Engineer George O. Suy leading the ground breaking ceremony.  



  The Iloilo Bridge in Iloilo City which was widened by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has re-opened to vehicular traffic.

Senate President and Ilonggo Senator Franklin M. Drilon led the opening of the phase II of the Construction/Widening of Iloilo Bridge along Sen. Benigno S. Aquino, Jr. Avenue, which is also known as the Jaro-Iloilo Diversion Road last October 1, 2014.

Assisting Senate President Drilon in opening the improved Iloilo Bridge to motorists and commuters are DPWH-6 Regional Director Edilberto D. Tayao and Assistant Regional Director Lea N. Delfinado. Also present were Iloilo City Lone Congressional District Representative Jerry P. Treñas and Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick E. Mabilog.

The construction/widening of the the bridge in the amount of about P82.300 Million was implemented by DPWH, Regional Office 6 and under contract with IBC Builders Corp.

The project involves widening of the bridge from two (2) lanes to four (4) lanes, including the installation of steel railings and electrical lights; strengthening/retrofitting of top slab, coping and portion of bottom slab of the existing bridge structure; construction of pedestrian underpass, slope protection works and drainage; and concreting of approaches with loading/unloading bays

The bridge has a length of 144 lineal meters and the widened portion has a width of 7.0 meters. It also has a sidewalk with the length of 1.20 meters, which is provided with steel grills and concrete balusters.

The project is a big help in decongesting traffic in Iloilo City since the road serves as one of the main routes going in and out of Iloilo City.



  The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is constructing a new bridge in Kalibo, Aklan that will support the national government program of providing good quality infrastructure that will further give boost to the promotion of trade and tourism.

DPWH Secretary Rogelio L. Singson said that works are in progress for the P240 Million Kalibo Bridge 2 along Aklan East Road targeted to be completed in June 2015.

Singson said that the construction of the new bridge will assist the old Kalibo Bridge adjacent to the project in providing smooth travel from the towns of Kalibo to Numancia and vice versa.

“Kalibo Bridge 2 which has been undergoing construction is one of the priority projects of the Department in Western Visayas that shall facilitate tourism industry through better transportation from Aklan’s provincial capital of Kalibo and other areas in Panay going to Caticlan – the gateway to Boracay Island” said Singson.

According to DPWH Regional Director Edilberto Tayao, the two (2) lanes bridge project spanning Aklan River has a total length of 450-lineal meter consisting of 9 piers (bored piles) and 8 circular-type columns, and street lighting.

“It will have a higher elevation compared to the old one to reduce potential damage from strong water current and serious flooding,” Tayao added.

Tayao also reported that the DPWH Region 6 has also recently completed the 11-month rehabilitation and strengthening of the old Kalibo Bridge to facilitate safe land travel of motorists and commuters.

“We just completed rehabilitating the old bridge last July, and we are hoping that with this and the completion of the new Kalibo Bridge, we will have better road access to our tourism areas by next year,” said Tayao.

The town of Kalibo, famous for the annual Ati-Atihan Festival every January and which homes an international airport, is known to be the second-best (next to Caticlan) entry point of tourists going to the white island beach of Boracay.



  The Department of Public Works and Highways has completed the construction of 440.14 kilometers of Farm-to-Market Roads (FMRs) costing P2.36 billion.

Under the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project Phase 3 (ARISP-III), DPWH implemented the construction of 126 FMR projects that aim to benefit hundreds of agricultural communities from across the country.

In Region 1, 17 farm-to-market roads with total length of 54.46 kilometers were completed at a cost of P296 million. This includes the improvement of 13.5-kilometer Lichauco-Evangelista Road and construction of vented spillway along Evangelista-Panganiban Road in Pangasinan.

In CAR, 8 projects or a combined 41.83 kilometers of roads, were accomplished in the amount of P232 million. One of the major FMRs completed in the Cordillera is the construction and improvement of the 16-kilometer Bugnay-Buscalan-Butbut Road with bridge and spillway in the municipality of Tinglayan in Kalinga province.

DPWH also completed 36.63 kilometers of FMRs in Region 2 in the amount of P137 million. A total of 12 FMRs were constructed, including the improvement of 7.8-kilometer San Antonio-Mapalad-Bautista FMR with 22 linear meters bridge in Isabela.

In Central Luzon, 19 projects having total road length of 49.54 kilometers, at a cost of P224 million were completed. It includes the improvement of 6.7-kilometer portion of San Ildefonso (Sitio Mapiña) Road in Pampanga.

For Regions 4A and 4B, 34.58-kilometers and 19 kilometers of FMRs were completed costing P200 million and P138 million, respectively. The longest FMRs accomplished in these 2 regions are the construction of 7.59-kilometer Barangay Jaybanga-Barangay Nagtaluntong Road in Jaybanga and Apar, Lobo, Batangas and improvement of JPR Tiondonan-JPR Mendoza Proper Road in Jofel, Palawan.

Agrarian communities of Region 5 on the other hand now utilize the 5 FMRs with total length of 17.74 kilometers costing P83 million. This includes the improvement of 4.76-kilometer Matoog-toog-Pambuhan Road in Pambuhan, Mercedes, Catanduanes.

DPWH also finished constructing a total of 17 FMRs in Region 6 with combined road length of 59.32 kilometers; 5 in Region 7 with 19.12 kilometers; and 3 road projects in Region 8 with 5.9 kilometers length, with a total cost of P497 million.

Additionally, DPWH completed 49.27 kilometers of farm to market roads from the 11 projects in Region 10, amounting to P243 million.

In Regions 11, 12, 13, the department finished implementing: 7 projects with span of 21.46 kilometers, 2 projects with 5.89 kilometers; and 8 projects with 25.36 kilometers of FMRs respectively.

With the completed projects, DPWH now has accomplished 85 percent of the needed road projects for the Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project Phase 3 which is expected to be completed within the year 2014.

To date, only 25 farm-to-market road projects remain under construction, with 12 under pre-construction, and 12 others under pre-engineering activities.

Upon completion, FMRs will provide access to agricultural goods to the market, as well as support for the establishment of agri-business enterprises by promoting linkages between and among the 175 agrarian reform communities in 54 provinces.



  President Benigno S. Aquino III was impressed by the design of the Iloilo Convention Center, which is currently under construction.

In his visit and inspection with Senate President Franklin M. Drilon and DPWH Secretary Rogelio . Singson last June 27, 2014, President Aquino compared Iloilo Convention Center to the famous opera house in Australia. “Oh parang Sydney Opera House,” he said.

The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts center. It has a modern expressionist design with series of large precast concrete shells.

Iloilo Convention Center is a sail-like design structure, representing the Iloilo Paraw Regatta while the glasses will be etched with drawings of Dinagyang warriors, hence making the convention center one of the symbols of Iloilo.

The convention center, with an allocation of approximately P700.00 Million is also being constructed as Iloilo City pushes for venue hosting of the two ministerial meetings of the 2015 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. Located in a 1.7-hectare lot at the Iloilo Business Park, the Convention Center is designed to accommodate more than 3,700 people with the construction activities expected to be completed before the end of the year 2014.

The project is one of the priority infrastructure projects initiated by Ilonggo Senator and Senate President Franklin M. Drilon, designed to position Iloilo as a prime convention destination in Western Visayas.

According to Senator Drilor, the convention center is a realization of a lifelong dream of the residents of Panay Island – to have their own impressive and sophisticated convention center at par with those of Cebu and Davao.



  The 6th Regional Office of the Department of Public Works and Highways, under the leadership of Regional Director Edilberto D. Tayao and Assistant Regional Director Lea N. Delfinado, hosted the national meeting of the Regional Directors last May 27, 2014.

During the meeting, Regional Director Edilberto D. Tayao briefed his fellow directors on how he was able to execute the projects including the orderly acquisition of the right of way and the relocation of the informal settlers on time and without cost overruns.

The meeting also focused on the inspection of various high impact infrastructure projects being implemented in Western Visayas, particularly in Iloilo City. No less than DPWH Secretary Rogelio L. Singson brought the Regional Directors from the sixteen (16) DPWH Regional Offices nationwide to have a personal look at the major infrastructure development being undertaken by DPWH in Region 6.

Director Tayao toured the group composed of Secretary Singson, Undersecretaries and Assistant Secretaries, and Regional Directors to major projects being implemented under the initiative of the Ilonggo Senator Franklin M. Drilon. The grouped visited the Iloilo Esplanade, which is the first of its kind here in the Philippines. They also inspected the widening/improvement of Benigno S. Aquino Avenue (commonly known as the Iloilo Diversion Road) and the Iloilo Circumferential Road, which has the length of 14 kilometers with the total project cost of P1.7 Billion. Likewise, the group checked the on-going construction of the Iloilo Convention Center, which costs roughly P1.0 Billion.

These significant projects are part of the preparation for the forthcoming 2015 APEC Summit, in which Iloilo is one of the cities being considered to host some of the ministerial meetings.



  The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), Iloilo City District Engineering Office (ICDEO), under the leadership of District Engineer Rodney A. Gustilo and Assistant District Engineer Marilou G. Zamora has opened to traffic the remaining two lanes of the Buntatala Bridge in the district of Jaro last May 30, 2014.

The inauguration was graced by Iloilo City Lone Congressional District Representative Jerry P. Treñas, Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick E. Mabilog, Iloilo City Vice Mayor Jose Espinosa III, and barangay captains of Jaro district.

Buntatala Bridge, which measures 25-lineal meters long, was then a two-lane bridge along Iloilo-Capiz Road (New Route) connecting Iloilo City to the provinces of Capiz and Aklan, as well as most towns in northern Iloilo. Hence, in order to complement the widening of Iloilo-Capiz Road from two to four lanes, Buntatala Bridge also underwent widening from two lanes to four lanes.

The construction of Buntatala Bridge with the total allotment of P53.0 Million was implemented in two phases. The first phase (construction of the initial two lanes) was completed in 2012 and has been open since. The second phase (construction of the remaining two lanes) was implemented in the last quarter of 2013 and completed in May 2014, as scheduled.

During the inauguration of the said bridge, Iloilo City Lone Congressional Representative Jerry P. Treñas lauded DPWH, for its coordination with other stakeholders in the implementation of the widening of Buntatala Bridge, which according to him “will help regulate traffic as well as provide ease of access to and from the city.”

This happened because of the cooperation of all leaders here in the city, Treñas said.

Meantime, Engineer Gustilo said that bridges in the barangays of Bito-on and the Buhang , also in Jaro district will be widened this year. Also, Rizal Bridge and San Lorenzo Bridge, both in Lapaz district and funded under FY 2014 DPWH Regular Infra Program, are currently undergoing rehabilitation.

President Aquino Inaugurates New Himoga-an Bridge and Access Road


  President Benigno S. Aquino III together with Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Rogelio L. Singson led the inauguration of the New Himoga-an Bridge and Access Road in Sagay City, Negros Occidental last May 15, 2014.

Joining the occasion are Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Manuel “Mar” A. Roxas II, Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla, Governor Alfredo G. Marañon of the Province of Negros Occidental, Congressman Leo Rafael M. Cueva of Negros Occidental Second Congressional District; Mayor Alfredo D. Marañon III of Sagay City, Negros Occidental, and Mayor Patrick G. Escalante of Cadiz City, Negros Occidental.

Also present during the inauguration were DPWH 6 officials led by Regional Director Edilberto D. Tayao and Assistant Regional Director Lea N. Delfinado, who strictly monitors implementation and supervision of the project as well as during the preparation for the inauguration including District Engineer Jaime SJ Javellana with Assistant District Engineer Normita Noble and employees of DPWH, Negros Occidental First District Engineering Office.

The New Himoga-an Bridge and Access Road completed at a cost of P313.00 Million was implemented by DPWH Regional Office 6 in three phases.

Phase 1 involves construction of substructure of 3 spans of 35 meters pre-stressed concrete girder bridge on bored pile foundation including 12 units pre-stressed girders, carriageway and protection works.

Phase 2 involves completion of superstructure of 3 spans bridge with a total length of 105 meters including construction of 1 unit box culvert, cross drain pipes, slope protection and construction of 3.417 kilometers, 4-lane access road and concreting of 1.312 kilometers 2-lane road.

Phase 3 involves completion of concreting of 2-lane road including construction of 4 units box culverts, cross drain pipes and streetlights; improvement of crossings, provision of safety devices such as signage and thermoplastic painting; and construction of slope protection and concrete railings.

Considered as one of the significant and high impact projects in the province of Negros Occidental, the new road provides linkage between Cadiz City and Sagay City without passing through the already congested and narrow section of the Bacolod North Road, thus saving travel time of about 10 to 20 minutes.

Also, the cost of hauling of farm products especially sugarcane from farm to mill is reduced. The new road also provides a safer transportation from the north of Negros going to Bacolod City and New Bacolod-Silay Airport, vice versa, since it has a wider carriageway, no dangerous curves and a permanent bridge.



  Various infrastructure projects were completed by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) - Iloilo Third District Engineering Office in Northern Iloilo.

No less than Senate President Franklin M. Drilon with Iloilo Governor Arthur D. Defensor, Sr. led the inauguration of the Reconstruction of Embarcadero Bridge in Barotac Viejo, Iloilo costing P48.448 Million.

The inauguration was also attended by Iloilo Fifth District Representative Niel C. Tupas, Jr., Barotac Viejo Mayor Niel C. Tupas, III, DPWH Assistant Regional Director Lea N. Delfinado and Iloilo 3rd District Engineer George O. Suy.

Other projects completed by the District includes concreting of Barotac Viejo-Vista Alegre Road with the length of 1,220 lineal meters, concreting of Barotac Viejo-Ugasan Road with the length of 1,050 lineal meters, and concreting of San Lucas-La Fortuna-California Farm-to-Market Road.

These projects contribute to speedy delivery of farm products, thus augmenting the income of the farmers and uplifting their standard of living.



  A special meeting was called by DPWH Assistant Secretary Dimas S. Soguilon together with DPWH 6 Regional Director Edilberto D. Tayao and Assistant Regional Director Lea N. Delfinado last May 5, 2014 at the Conference Room of DPWH Regional Office 6.

Present at the meeting are District Engineers, Assistant District Engineers, and Monitoring Engineers of various District Engineering Offices (DEOs) in Western Visayas.

Discussed at the meeting are the Financial Status Report of the Regional and District Engineering Offices including current Statement of Allotment, Obligation and Balances with Disbursements and TRA; Status of Advances to LGUs; and Physical Status of the On-going projects of every DEO as well as those projects that were not yet started.

Each Division Chief from the Regional Office was also given time to present their respective accomplishments as well as reminders on submission of requirements by the DPWH Central Office and other agencies.

During the meeting, Asec. Soguilon reminded the DEOs to fast-track the implementation of their projects. He also reminded them to be more cognizant in their requests for monthly obligation, so as to prevent lapses and reminded the Monitoring Engineers of the DEOs to be specific in the presentation of their reports for easier and more accurate consolidation in the Regional Office.

On the otherhand, Director Tayao instructed the DEOs to be more “hands-on” in the implementation and supervision of their respective projects.

Other matters for clarification and consensus were also discussed before the meeting ended.



  Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Secretary Rogelio L. Singson of the led the inauguration of the newly constructed Culasi-Libas Bridge and Approaches, along Roxas City Circumferential Road, in the province of Capiz last April 12, 2014. Secretary Singson was joined by Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas and Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya.

Also present during the inauguration were DPWH VI Regional Director Edilberto D. Tayao and Assistant Regional Director Lea N. Delfinado, District Engineer Sanny Boy Oropel of DPWH Capiz First District Engineering Office and local government officials of Roxas City and Province of Capiz.

The construction of Culasi-Libas Bridge is a component of Roxas City Circumferential Road and one of the four (4) bridges for construction along this road section.

Roxas City Circumferential Road is a priority project of the City of Roxas and the Province of Capiz that will serve as a by-pass road for transportation of goods and passengers going to and from Culasi Port and Panay town and the adjoining north-eastern towns of Capiz, without passing thru the busy central business area of Roxas City.

Constructed at a cost of P143.497 Million from FY 2012 DPWH Infrastructure Program, Culasi-Libas Bridge is founded on bored piles and includes construction of 2-lane Waagner Biro Modular Steel Bridge (Truss Type) with the length of 95.80 lineal meters. Also included in the project is the construction of 2.94-kilometer access road with 1.50-meter shoulders on both sides.

The project aims to provide fast and reliable transport system between the urban center and the rural areas that would consequently spread agriculture and fishery development. The improvement of the mobility will also give boost to the promotion of tourism, increase economic activities and upgrade the standard of living of residence along the project area.



  Senate President Franklin M. Drilon and DPWH Secretary Rogelio L. Singson led on February 28, 2014 the Hard Hat Ceremony for the construction of Iloilo Convention Center . The convention center project within the Iloilo Business Park is considered to become venue of one of the Ministerial Meetings of the upcoming 2015 APEC Summit in the Philippines. Joining the ceremony are (from left) Architect William V. Coscolluela (designer of the convention center), Iloilo Fifth District Representative Niel C. Tupas Jr., Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick E. Mabilog, Iloilo Governor Arthur D. Defensor, Sr., Iloilo City Lone District Representative Jerry P. Treñas and TIEZA COO General Manager Mark Lapid. Also present during the ceremony were Iloilo Third District Representative Arthur D. Defensor, Jr., Iloilo Second District Representative Arcadio H. Gorriceta, DPWH Region 6 Director Edilberto D. Tayao, and Assistant Regional Regional Director Lea N. Delfinado, and Regional Director Helen T. Catalbas of Department of Tourism.  



  The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Western Visayas Region implemented a total of P8.79-billion worth of infrastructure projects in 2013.

DPWH Region 6 Assistant Director Lea Delfinado reported that 1,014 project of the total 1,463 projects implemented in Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Guimaras, Iloilo, and Negros Occidental provinces were completed by the end of CY 2013.

Delfinado added that there are 403 ongoing projects that are expected to be done within the first half of 2014, while the remaining 46 projects will undergo bidding this year.

Negros Occidental had the biggest funded projects at P1.92 billion, including P1.704-billion funding for 397 projects in various localities in the province and P213.714-million worth of projects in the provincial capital city, Bacolod.

The province of Iloilo had the second biggest share of implemented projects at P1.55 billion, including 333 projects in provincial areas worth P1.215 billion and 33 projects in Iloilo City worth P335.67 million.

The DPWH-6 also implemented 99 projects worth P501.83 million in Capiz, 107 projects worth P380.05 million in Aklan, 151 projects worth P282.164 million in Antique, and 27 projects worth of P198.64 million in Guimaras.

DPWH Region 6 also implemented 63 projects worth P3.97 billion under appropriation of other national government agencies. These include farm-to-market road projects funded by the Department of Agriculture (DA-6) and school building projects funded by the Department of Education (DepEd-6).
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