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10/21/16

DPWH COMPLETES ACCESS ROAD
TO UNSPOILED BEACHES OF PILAR, CEBU

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  More travelers can now explore Cebu’s best kept secret paradise in the unfrequented town of Pilar in Camotes Islands with the completion of a road improvement project of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

A total of 5.4 kilometers of Pilar Circumferential Road has been paved by the DPWH, giving tourists and local residents a better road access to its sugary-white beaches, pristine waters and picturesque views.

DPWH Regional Office 7 Director Ador G. Canlas said the state of the road in Pilar had long hampered the tourism potential of the Island, which is located east of Cebu Island, southwest of Leyte Island, and north of Bohol Island.

To improve the road condition and allow easier access to Pilar’s tourism sites, DPWH allocated P68.5-million for the provision of Portland cement concrete pavement, reinforcing steel, structural concrete, reinforced concrete pipe culvert, stone masonry and standard chevron signs along Pilar Circumferential Road.

“With this newly improved road, we expect growth of tourism industry of this potentially booming beach destination, further, more economic opportunities are seen to open up in this remote town of Cebu,” said Canlas.
 
 
08/08/16

FIRST MANDAUE – MACTAN BRIDGE, BASAK –MARIGONDON RD NOW OPEN BOTH LANES TO TRAFFIC

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  Please be informed that effective August 8, 2016, Monday, the 1st Mandaue – Mactan Bridge along A.C. Cortes Avenue in Mandaue City and the Basak – Marigondon Road in Lapu-lapu City shall be opened to 24 hours traffic (both lanes).

For further concerns, kindly contact DPWH Region 7 at (032) 411-6714.
 
 
07/30/16

6 TOPNOTCHERS FOR FIELD ENGINEERS TRAINING

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  The first batch of Comprehensive Training for Provisional Accreditation of DPWH Field Engineers seminar has six participants from Regional Office 7 who landed on the top ten of the examination: 2nd place—Dennis A. Tumala of Siquijor DEO, 6th Place—Arian A. Casquejo of DPWH RO 7, Nilo L. Peledingue of Bohol 1st DEO, 9th place—Mon Carlo D. Frejoles of Negros Oriental 1st DEO and 10th place—Raymond L. Cataluna of DPWH RO7 and Annevic B. Gargar of Negros Oriental 1st DEO.

The First Batch of Comprehensive Training was conducted last April 11, 2016 to May 6, 2016 at the DPWH Regional Office 7 while Batch II was done last May 16, 2016 to June 10, 2016 while Batch III is currently on-going. Each batch is participated by more or less forty (40) engineers. The 21-day training covers various aspects of project implementation such as design, construction methods, materials quality control, construction supervision and management, road works safety and worksite traffic management. After the theoretical lessons, the participants undergo an On-the–Job Training (OJT) for six (6) days where they are exposed to the field to evaluate certain projects.

An intellectual exercise is conducted to gauge the learning's acquired by the participants.
 
 
07/15/16

DPWH 7 NOW ISO CERTIFIED

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  A remarkable success was garnered by the DPWH Region 7 for meeting the requirements of International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2008 standards and be certified for the Department’s Quality Management System.

The awarding ceremony was held last June 27, 2016 at the DPWH Central Office in Manila wherein other regional offices and pilot district offices were also granted certification after passing the audit conducted by Anglo-Japanese American (AJA) Registrars, an external certification group that determines whether the organization conforms with the international standards.

In Region 7, Cebu 1st DEO headed by DE Godofredo LAga Jr. was chosen as its pilot district and was also issued ISO Certification.

Former Secretary Rogelio L. Singson was also at present as he performed one of his last engagements as the agency’s head. He left a message assuring that the ISO certification program was an accomplishment since the Central Office, Regional Offices, the Unified Project Management Offices and 17 District Engineering Offices were finally certified. Head of Core Team, Atty. Ayaon S. Manggis was also given a Plaque of Appreciation for his efforts in bringing the whole DPWH Regional Office VII to this successful feat.
 
 
06/01/16

MYPS and PCMA ROADSHOW IN R7

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  The Department of Public Works and Highways showcased the Multi-Year Programming and Scheduling (MYPS) and the Project and Contract Management Applications in Region 7 last May 20-21, 2016.

The two-day roadshow was conducted to promote advocacy and awareness in the use of these two applications and encourage direct involvement and participation of all concerned.

Headed by Assistant Secretary for Operations of Visayas and Mindanao, Dimas S. Soguilon, the first day was participated by the District Engineers, Chiefs of Construction in the Regional Office and District Offices, Project Engineers and Monitoring Engineers. The second day was dedicated as a Contractors’ Forum from Regions 6, 7 and 8.

MYPS supports the planning process in DPWH through storage and management of candidate programs and projects. It manages the multi-year program and can be exported to the Department’s procurement and contract management application.

The PCMA provides enabling technology which strengthen internal controls and enhances project and contract monitoring. PCMA also provides the capability not only to report progress but the ability for accelerated analysis and problem resolution at the project or contract level, and full analytics at the construction program level.
 
 
 
 
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