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  NORTHERN MINDANAO BRIDGE PROJECT NEARING COMPLETION The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has reported the status of an on-going high impact bridge project in Northern Mindanao. In his report to DPWH Secretary Florante Soriquez, DPWH Region X Director Robert G. Lala said that the on-going Tagoloan Parallel Bridge project is now nearing completion and the remaining works specifically on its superstructure is estimated at 10%. Lala said that all pertinent documents relative to the payment of road-right-of-way have been forwarded to DPWH Central Office for funding. The affected lots and improvements will be paid according to latest zonal valuation of the area, re-assessment of properties will be conducted once the funding is release, he added. To ensure the quality completion of the project for the safety of the traveling public, a fact-finding committee was created headed by Assistant Regional Director Sinaolan T. Macarambon to undergo quality control test before the materials are incorporated into the projects According to Lala, another project being implemented by the DPWH-Misamis Oriental 1st District Engineering Office is the construction of Cagayan de Oro City Hospital (Phase V). District Engineer Flavia Merilles said that this project which has an appropriation of P10M is now almost 90% completed. On the proposed SM-Bulua Diversion Road, Lala said that due to fast development of Cagayan de Oro City, a diversion is needed to decongest the growing traffic. He said that strong representations were made at various levels to convert this to a national road. At present, detailed engineering is now being undertaken by the Katahira group of engineers including preparation of parcellary plan to determine the numbers of the affected landowners. Meanwhile, the DPWH-2nd Bukidnon Engineering District has reported that of the P62.3 million worth of construction project for year 2003, 76.63% are now completed. According to District Engineer Mauro D. Bravo, these projects were divided into three categories; DPWH Regular Project amounting to P27.7 million, various infra including local projects amounting to P26.3 million, and DECS school building program amounting to 8.7 million. The above named projects are in line with the President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s poverty alleviation thrust towards the establishment of a Strong Republic. Efforts are being given by the government to the education of children particularly in remote areas through establishment of facilities, improvement of roads for land transportation to facilitate easy movement of good and services particularly of farm products to market centers, thereby improving the overall socio-economic condition.  



  WIDENED MANDULOG BRIDGE II INAUGURATED The newly completed Mandulog Bridge II in Iligan City was inaugurated last September 26, 2003. The ceremonial cutting of ribbon and unveiling of Mandulog Name Plate was headed by Hon. Congressman Cirilo Alipio V. Badelles of the 1st District of Lanao del Norte, Hon. Franklin M. Quijano, City Mayor of Iligan City, DPWH Undersecretary Bashir D. Rasuman , DPWH Assistant Secretary Mocammad M. Raki-in, Sr., Dir. Robert Lala of Region 10. Also present are the DILG-City Dir. Normando J. Toledo, Project Manager of DILG-PRMD, DPWH 10 Field Engineers and Bridge and Bridge Contractor. The widening of Mandulog Bridge II was implemented by the Department of Public Works and Highways, Region X through a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), with a funding source from the ADB-Asian Development Bank assisted by the Philippine Regional Municipal Development Project (PRMDP) of the DILG. The existing 2-lane Mandulog Bridge was widened to minimize traffic congestion making it a four-lane bridge to conform to the 4.26l kms. Widening works on both sides of the national road that started in the barangays of Villaverde, passing through San Miguel, Bagong Silang, Sto. Rosario, Hinaplanon until Mandulog Bridge II. Being an industrialized city in this part of Northern Mindanao, the improvement of infrastructure services is necessary to speed-up economic and social development. Undersecretary Bashir D. Rasuman of the DPWH in his short message congratulated everybody involved in the project for accomplishing it ahead of its expected completion of June 25, 2003.  



  LALA CONDUCTS INSPECTION ON MISAMIS BRIDGE PROJECTS In line with the directive of DPWH Secretary Florante Soriquez’s to fast-track the implementation of high impact project, DPWH Region X Director Robert G. Lala together with District Engineer Flavia M. Merilles of DPWH-Misamis Oriental 2nd District Engineering Office has conducted an ocular inspection on the construction of Solana Bridge in Solana, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental. The bridge project, costing P7,706,564.88, is expected to be completed on March 19, 2004. It is under contract with Socor Construction Corporation. Completion of the project would benefit the people of Jasaan improving mobility that would gear up economy in the locality.  



  ACCESS ROADS ENHANCE PRODUCTION DPWH DON CARLOS, BUKIDNON – Upgrading and opening access roads interconnecting agriculturally reach and fertile lands in the barangays encourage production and propel further agriculture and agroindustrial activities in the province. This is one of the major thrusts of President Arroyo’s administration to give the poor better road access for their crops from their farms to the marker and vice versa. This was the focus of Engr. Mauro D. Bravo, Jr., report in the recently held Monday convocation program being one of the heads of office’s sponsoring agencies. He is the District Engineer of Bukidnon 2nd Engineering District, Pinamaloy, Don Carlos, Bukidnon. Engr. Bravo emphasized that with the collective and combined initiative of Honorable Governor Jose Maria Zubiri, Jr., of the Province of Bukidnon and Honorable Congressman Juan Miguel Zubiri, of the 3rd Congressional District, some of the major priority projects to include the conversion and improvement of Puntian-Arakan roads into national roads and upgrading of Don Carlos-Kadingilan road from gravel to a paved section is now going on. Engr. Bravo stressed further the 38 km Puntian-Arakan Road is an intermunicipal and interprovincial roads that connect Bukidnon and North Cotabato. This starts at Barangay Puntian of the Municipality of Quezon traverses southward passing through agriculturally fertile land of various barangays towards the municipality of Kitao-tao onward to the provincial boundary terminating at the municipality of Arakan, North Cotabato. He added that the project influence are covered 23 barangays potential to agricultural development attributable to the reach fertile land and the access road is the major restraint that would stimulate that development and socioeconomic activities in the area. With the economic viability of the proposed project, Engr. Bravo pointed out, like upgrading of Don Carlos-Kadinglan road and Kibawe-Kadingilan-Kalilangan road is determined through the feasibility study undertaken per the request of Honorable Congressman Juan Miguel Zubiri, this district provides farmers and traders with unhampered access to the agriculturally reach producing interior barangays. This will also encourage inhabitants, according to him, to increase their production to further propel agroindustrial activity of the province of Bukidnon. In fact, initial fund release was already allocated and implemented by the District Office, like the Asphalting of Don Carlos-Kadingilan road. The importance of road in the province of Bukidnon is being emphasized by the presence of the existing agroindustrial economic activities, like poultries, banana plantations, sugar cane plantations, rubber plantations and other industrial economic activities aside from the purely agricultural products like rice corn and other vegetables and cash crops. Engr. Bravo further reported that there were 95 projects worth at least P79 M intended for the District. Out of the 95 projects 48 of which were priority projects under CY 2003 regular infra program from the Office of the President, lower house projects, upper house projects, party list projects, and DepEd school building program. As of March 2004 there was 38.62% completion of the above mentioned projects. One of the major projects newly completed is the municipal building of Maramag, Bukidnon, Engr. Bravo emphasized. Under Mindanao Sustainable Area Development (MINSAD) fund there were P23 M for rehab of 3 barangay roads all located in the municipality of Maramag, Bukidnon with the physical target of 6.3 km which is already 22.70% completed as March 2004, Engr. Bravo added. He revealed that the 216 km national road under maintenance program had very limited budget of 39 M for CY 2003 and yet the District was able to maintained the whole stretch for public convenience. He added that from January to February 2004 the roadside maintenance program of the President Gloria the “Kalsada Natin Alagaan Natin” or KNAN under the DPWH Bukidnon had generated with the total of 3002 laborers all in all. For the 2nd District had generated 806 laborers, the 1st District had 716 laborers, and 3rd District had 1,480 laborers. While the program had maintained the roadside clean it provides the barangay inhabitants and employment an employment this time of economic crises, he further revealed.  



  REHABILITATION OF SITIO GUSA BRGY. ROAD (PHASE II) BRGY. PATAG OPOL, MISAMIS ORIENTAL IS NOW COMPLETED District Engineer Flavia M. Merilles of Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), Misamis Oriental 2nd Engineering District Office, has been consistently monitoring the implementation of “Rehabilitation of Sitio Gusa Brgy. Road (Phase II), Brgy. Patag Opol, Misamis Oriental” until its completion. This P955,514.83 cost of project contract is undertaken by Jejors Construction Corporation of Cagayan de Oro City. One of its features is the concrete drainage that will prevent run-off water from overflowing and protect the structure from any damage cause by natural calamities. Also, it was designed to provide easy access in transporting farm products to the market place thus paving the way for the development of the economy in the municipality including the adjacent barangays. OATHTAKING CEREMONY. Engineer Norma Gironella takes her oath of office as OIC-Assistant Director of DPWH Region 10 before DPWH Secretary Florante Soriquez and officials of the Department that includes Undersecretary Salvador A. Pleyto, and Assistant Secretaries Mocamad M. Raki-in and Raul C. Asis. Engineer Gironella’s oathtaking was also witnessed by her daughters Susan, Namor and Eleni Marie, and DPWH Region 10 Director Robert G. Lala.  



  WARNING SIGNS STOLEN With the widespread pilferage of reflectorize warning signs, directional signs and other steel components installed along the national roads, the Department of Public Works and Highways- Region X appealed to the public to help safeguard these properties of the government by reporting to the authorities people who commits such act so that appropriate charges will be filed against them before the court. Regional Director Robert G. Lala of the DPWH-Region X already directed his men to be vigilant of this occurrence to protect interest of the public. These reflectorize warning and directional signs ensure the safety of the motorists traversing the roads specially at night. Through the cooperation of the public, DPWH believe that this criminal practice will be stopped.  



  ANOTHER PROJECT OF DPWH-MISAMIS ORIENTAL 2nd ENGINEERING DISTRICT OFFICE IS NOW COMPLETED After a close supervision and consistent monitoring of District Engineer Flavia M. Merilles of DPWH-Misamis Oriental 2nd Engineering District Office and her staff, the concreting of Gingoog-Claveria-Villanueva Road in Claveria, Misamis Oriental is now open and ready to serve its purpose, that is to provide greater accessibility to the general public in going to adjacent or nearby municipalities. The project was implemented under contract by Socor Construction of Natumulan, Tagoloan Misamis Oriental in the amount of P4,085,403.07 and was competed in accordance with the contract duration as stipulated in the approved contract and as a result of strict compliance to the policy direction of the Honorable DPWH Secretary particularly on the “Fast tracking” of projects. The opening of the said road project will contribute to the overall development efforts in the area.  



  DPWH CONSTRUCTS DETOUR ROAD The DPWH-Bukidnon 2nd District Engineering Office has immediately put on a detour road after the collapsed of a 60 meters stretch of roadway at Palacapao-Kipolot Section of the Bukidnon-Davao City Road at the dawn of July 25, 2004. The affected road was completely closed to traffic effective July 27 to August 1, 2004, to pave the way for the construction of a wider detour road by excavating or side cutting along mountainside. DPWH advises travelers to use the routes from Davao City to Cagayan de Oro and vice versa either Maharlika highway-Agusan-Butuan-Cagayan de Oro City or Kidapawan-Carmen-Damulog (Bukidnon). To hasten the construction of the detour road, the construction and maintenance engineers of the Regional Office and the District Engineering Office of Bukidnon 2nd headed by District Engineer Mauro Bravo set out to work on a 24-hour. Travel advisory closing the road to traffic was lifted on August 2, 2004 after the detour road was officially opened to one way traffic to all types of vehicles. Although opened to traffic. District Engineer Bravo dispatched standby equipment and personnel at the Kipolot area to ensure effective traffic management. A team of geologist will be arriving to study the area. The collapsed of the 60 meters roadway is believed cause by the presence of faultline. Once confirm that there is a presence of dangerous faultline, road re-alignment will be made. DPWH-Bukidnon 2nd District Office is now preparing the request to PMO-IBRD to fund the proposed 600 meters road realignment.  

Maintenance Works


  Maintenance Works Dir. Sinaolan T. Macarambon with the lady Regional Maintenance Engineer Trinidad M. Saligumba is closely monitoring the immediate response to road slip on July 25, 2004 along Bukidnon-Davao National Primary Road at Sitio Kipolot, Palacapao, Quezon, Bukidnon. DPWH Engineers supported by the Municipal Government of Quezon, Bukidnon, worked round the clock to construct a 180 meter detour road in less than ten days to restore traffic flow between the two major cities of Cagayan de Oro and Davao. In less than ten days after the road collapsed, the detour road is already passable to all types of vehicles. Dir. Macarambon checked the detour road to insure safety to motorists. The Kalsada natin Alagaan Natin (KNAN) workers are intensifying the declogging of waterways and drainage structures to avoid flooding during rainy seasons. The Maintenance Division, is true to their task in keeping national roads and bridges passable at all times. Thus, during calamities, the maintenance personnel are always there to respond through emergency works to see to it that traffic is speedily restored with the support of the district offices in the area. In answer to clamor for increased infrastructure needs, high impact projects, bridge replacement programs and repairs are implemented in various areas of the region, to facilitate fast transfer of goods and services to and from various destinations. Asec. Mocamad M. Raki-in, Sr. assessed the accomplishments of the Cagayan de Oro Third Bridge with Dir. Macarambon, ARD Norma U. Gironella and Field Engineers. Dir. Macarambon and ARD Gironella watched the traffic flowing to the newly opened retrofitted Bigaan bridge in Cagayan de oro City. Flood control and waterways activities undertaken to protect the populace from adverse effects of natural calamities and to improve peace and order condition in some areas in the hinterlands or remote areas of Marawi and Lanao del Sur. Region-X has been implementing these special projects as additional task through the creation of the Marawi City and Lanao del Sur Task Force pursuant to Department Order 161, series of 2003. At present, among the high impact projects that are underway are: the construction of Cagayan de Oro Third Bridge in Cagayan City which would ease the worsening traffic problem in the area, and Tagoloan Parallel Bridge which is constructed in the industrialized zone of Misamis Oriental along Iligan-Cagayan de Oro Butuan Road (ICBR). In addition, 13 bridges are retrofitted located along (ICBR), and repairs of Sayre Highways in Bukidnon is also undergoing maintenance works. To make Bukidnon province more accessible from these industrialized centers, the Misamis Oriental-Bukidnon By-Pass Road is on-going. The Convention Center Access Road, Mandumol-Taguanao Cagayan de Oro City. This road serves as an access road to the proposed Convention Center. This project is under the supervision of DE Babaylan. The on-going Cagayan de Oro Convention Center. A world class Trade and Convention Center located at Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City Asec. Mocamad M. Rakin-in, SR. was joined by Dir. Macarambon, ARDs Norma U. Gironella, Osop L. Ali, Project Manager Moda T. Pandapatan and Field Engineers at project inspection of Cagayan de Oro Convention Center Strong Nautical Highway route is also improved from Misamis Occidental to Camiguin Province. Dir. Macarambon, ARD Gironella and some Field Engineers on inspection of the newly completed Waterfall and Bridge and Approaches in Balingasag, Misamis Oriental DE Ben Villanueva is showing Director Macarambon the completed Gawad Kalinga Houses at Brgy. Doña Consuelo, Ozamiz City On inspection of Bridges that badly need repairs in Misamis Occidental. Director Macarambon instructed for the immediate preparation of request for funds for Dulapo and Lobog bridges Lobog Bridge At the on-going construction of Multi-Purpose Building at Sinacaban, Misamis Oriental with DE Villanueva and Regional Maintenance Engineer Trinidad M. Saligumba Dir. Macarambon inspected the Asphalt Overly project along Oroquieta-Calamba- Sapang Dalaga Road, Misamis Occidental Dir. Sinaolan T. Macarambon with Regional Maint. Engr. Trinidad M. Saligumba and PE Miguel T. Quiño checked the Asphalt Overlay project along Oroquieta City-Calamba-Sapang Dalaga at Misamis Occidental, as this is the Strong Nautical Highway route. OIC-RD Sinaolan T. Macarambon inspected the widening of Pagadian-Ozamiz Road, Bonifacio Section with DE Villanueva and Regional Maintenance Engineer Trinidad M. Saligumba ON SITE INSPECTION: Director Sinaolan T. Macarambon, walked on the newly constructed detour Road at Palacapao, Quezon, Bukidnon. The detour is now open to all types of vehicle. This route is widely used by motorists in going to and from Davao City. Bigaan I bridge was officially opened to traffic on August 24, 2004, two days before the committed date of August 26, 2004 of the contractor-VT Lao Construction and Adhi Karya Joint Venture. The bridge was closed last June 21, 2004 to give way to repairs on its superstructure and substructure in order to ensure stability of the bridge. Bigaan I was originally scheduled for three-month works but due to the prodding of the DPWH Regional Office, completion was hastened to cater to the demand of the traveling public. Dir. Macarambon and ARD Gironella witnessed the flow of traffic passing over the bridge.  



  A LADY TAKES CHARGE The performance of the entire region is the product of the combined efforts of field personnel, office staff and the leadership of an individual who leads the organization. A leader who can inspire the subordinates to attain the desired performance level and possesses values and beliefs in the workplace. DPWH-X is proud to have it in the person of OIC-Regional Director Sinaolan T. Macarambon, a person dedicated to public service. She calmly faced all the rigors and challenges that went along the position. Asphalt Overlay project along Oroquieta City-Calamba-Sapang Dalaga Road (Lopez Jaena) Misamis Occidental, a Strong Nautical Highway Route The Kalsada Natin Alagaan Natin (KNAN) workforce are intensifying the declogging of waterways and drainage structures to avoid floodings. Dir. Sinaolan T. Macarambon and ARD Norma U. Gironella inspected the newly completed Waterfall Bridge. As the "only rose among the thorns" in all DPWH Regional Directors, is the first Filipino Lady Muslim Engineer, an awardee in her field of endeavor and a Gender advocate of Women in Government Service. What makes DPWH Region X even more unique, is that in a field usually dominated by men, here in region X women leaders set the ball rolling in some district offices and divisions, yet, they performed at par with their men counterparts. To lead an organization, it requires hard work, dedication and total responsibility for the people we serve. These, are exemplified by the two active and brilliant Assistant Regional Directors Norma U. Gironella and Osop L. Ali, who are working hard to assist Dir. Macarambon in the daily tasks of project implementation and personnel management. With this, Dir. Macarambon believes that by working as a team the realization of projects and programs in the region is within reach. To improve the image of DPWH, Asec. Raki-in, Sr, puts emphasis on the 7-Policy Directions of the Honorable Secretary Florante Soriquez, during a conference with DPWH-X Officials Dir. Macarambon displayed her support to the programs of Her Excellency President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (looking on is Sen. Mar Roxas). The Region Region X is located in Northern Mindanao. It is composed of five provinces and eight cities namely: Bukidnon, Camiguin, Lanao del Norte, Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental and Cagayan de Oro, Gingoog, Iligan, Malaybalay, Valencia, Tangub and Oroquieta. It has a good network of highways that connects to other regions in Mindanao, making Region X a strategic gateway. Major seaports are located in Cagayan de Oro, Iligan, Ozamiz and the Mindanao Container Port owned by PHIVIDEC that cater to international and inter-island vessels. The Regional Office is located at Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City; it has eleven District Engineering Offices to carry out the task of delivering infrastructure activities and maintaining 1,613.311 kms. of roads and 13.907 kms. of bridges. Cagayan de Oro City is in the province of Misamis Oriental, the most progressive, the center of commerce and trade and the seat of government and political administration; it needs vital roads and bridges to keep up with the increasing influx of tourists and investors in the city. To make Bukidnon province more accessible from these industrialized centers, the Misamis Oriental-Bukidnon By-Pass Road is on-going. ARD Gironella briefs Dir. Macarambon on the status of the Misamis Oriental-Bukidnon By-Pass Road project. Project Engineer Noel Pacana updates Dir. Macarambon and ARD Gironella on the status of Misamis Oriental-Bukidnon By Pass Road which will serve as an alternative route from the industrialized zone of Misamis Oriental in going to Bukidnon.  



  DPWH AND DAR CONDUCTS PROJECT ASSESSMENT The Department of Public Works and Highways and Department of Agrarian Reform conducted last November 10, 2004 an implementation assessment on ARISP II and MINSSAD projects in Bukidnon, Camiguin, Misamis Occidental and Misamis Oriental. The meeting was presided by DPWH-Assistant Regional Director Norma U. Gironella in the presence of concerned District Engineers, Project Coordinators and the delegates from DAR headed by Mr. Alibasa G. Andig, Provincial Agrarian Reform Officer I, DAR-Infra Project Coordinators and Regional Office Personnel. Discussed during the meeting are the findings from the monitoring conducted by the ARISP II and MINSSAD DLR-Regional and Provincial Project Management Offices. Problems such as allotments, delays in the start and completion and submission of reports of project and those encountered in the process of implementation, like additional demands of farmers in the area covered were discussed and addressed. In the course of the meeting, ARD Gironella advised the DPWH coordinators in the District Offices to closely coordinate with DAR office and to establish good working relationship with their DAR counterparts for speedy resolution of problems. She also requested the said office through their representative Engr. Andig, to make representations in their Central Office of matters beyond the regional levels. ARD Gironella cited the case of Sagal-ang Manubiray Farm to Market Road in Kalingan, wherein the resident COA refuse to sign contract documents unless the amount of the contract is fully released. This problem as explained by ARD Gironella delays implementation if the requirement of COA is not satisfied. She specifically requested, the release of supervision cost and taxes together with project funds. Engr. Andig on the other hand, promised to bring the matter to the higher echelon of DAR to make these programs of the government successful. Another matter emphasized by ARD Gironella is on the importance of soil exploration on bridge projects because these data would serve as basis in the preparation of plans. In the end, both parties reached an agreement and resolution to issues raised. The DPWH and DAR recognizes the necessity of involving the Local Government Units whenever a project is on going as their support is vital in the speedy realization of our programs.  



  PGMA APPOINTS DPWH FIRST MUSLIM WOMAN REGIONAL DIRECTOR President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo appoints the first Muslim woman regional director in the Department of Public Works and Highways. DPWH Secretary Hermogenes E. Ebdane Jr. formally administered the oath of office of Engr. Sinaolan T. Macarambon as Director IV- Regional Director for Northern Mindanao. Macarambon, a Muslim Maranao, is the first Muslim woman ever to become a civil engineer and now, regional director in the history of DPWH. Prior to her appoint as Director IV, Macarambon also served as OIC-Director and Assistant Director in the same region and as District Engineer in Central Mindanao. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at the Mindanao State University and has taken Masteral in Environmental Planning at the University of the Philippines in Diliman and Masteral in Public Administration at the Notre Dame University in Cotabato. Aside from her profession, Macarambon is also am active member of the National Council of Career Executive Officers, Women for Peace and Development Foundation Inc., Philippine Institute of Environmental Planners, Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers, Road association of the Philippines, and Association of Government Civil Engineers of the Philippines. Renowned for her effective project management skills and manpower administration, among the seminars/trainings she attended are the Seminar-Workshop on Quality Control in Concrete Construction, First International Civil Engineering Conference in Asia-Asian Infrastructure Sustainable Development & Project management, Contract Management Seminar, Gabay ng Paglilingkod Executive Leadership Training and other engineering and management skills enhancement course. Among the DPWH Officials whom witnessed her oathtaking are Undersecretaries Manuel Bonoan, Bashir Rasuman, Salvador Pleyto, Assistant Secretaries Rafael Yabut, Raul Asis, Juanito Abergas, and Manuel Agyao, and her family.  

Ongoing Construction of Mandulog 1 Old Bridge and Approaches located along Maria Cristina-Misamis Oriental Road, Iligan City


  Ongoing Construction of Mandulog 1 Old Bridge and Approaches located along Maria Cristina-Misamis Oriental Road, Iligan City Honorable Secretary Hermogenes E. Ebdane, Jr. inspecting the ongoing construction of Mandulog 1 Old Bridge and Approaches. With him are key officials of DPWH -Region 10 led by Regional Director Sinaolan T. Macarambon and Assistant Regional Director Norma U. Gironella.  
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