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DPWH Completes P25-M River Wall Project In Zamboanga Del Norte

To spare lives and properties on the threats of major flooding, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has completed a revetment wall along Talinga River Basin in Leon B. Postigo town, Zamboanga Del Norte.

DPWH Secretary Mark A. Villar said that the new river wall which was completed one (1) month ahead of schedule now protect residents of the flood-prone Barangay Talinga.

DPWH completes bridge widening, building projects in Zamboanga

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has completed two (2) infrastructure projects in Zamboanga City and in Salug, Zamboanga Del Norte.

According to DPWH Secretary Mark A. Villar, the two-lane Sinubong Bridge along Zamboanga City - Labuan - Limpapa Road has now been widened into four (4) lanes to accommodate the increasing number of motorists traversing western side of the city.

The newly widened 30.84-meter bridge project amounting to P27.5-million is now being used by residents of Barangays Sinubong, Patalon, Labuan, and Limpapa.

3 quarantine facilities completed in Zamboanga Peninsula

Public Works and Highways Mark A. Villar announced that three (3) new quarantine facilities that can accommodate a total of 124 patients have been completed in Zamboanga and Basilan as part of the Department’s continuous effort to expand the healthcare infrastructure vs COVID-19 in the country.

Based on a report from DPWH Region 9 Director Cayamombao Dia, Secretary Villar said that the constructed isolation facilities have individual rooms, separate entrance and exit for patient and staff, and comfort rooms.

3 quarantine facilities completed in Zamboanga Peninsula

Public Works and Highways Mark A. Villar announced that three (3) new quarantine facilities that can accommodate a total of 124 patients have been completed in Zamboanga and Basilan as part of the Department’s continuous effort to expand the healthcare infrastructure vs COVID-19 in the country.

Based on a report from DPWH Region 9 Director Cayamombao Dia, Secretary Villar said that the constructed isolation facilities have individual rooms, separate entrance and exit for patient and staff, and comfort rooms.

DPWH completes bridge widening, building projects in Zamboanga

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has completed two (2) infrastructure projects in Zamboanga City and in Salug, Zamboanga Del Norte.

According to DPWH Secretary Mark A. Villar, the two-lane Sinubong Bridge along Zamboanga City - Labuan - Limpapa Road has now been widened into four (4) lanes to accommodate the increasing number of motorists traversing western side of the city.

The newly widened 30.84-meter bridge project amounting to P27.5-million is now being used by residents of Barangays Sinubong, Patalon, Labuan, and Limpapa.

DPWH, PPP Center Conducts Market Sounding Activity for 3 Proposed Expressways in Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), in partnership with the Public-Private Partnership Center (PPPC) had a virtual meeting with contractors, financing institutions, and potential investors in the latest market sounding event for three (3) proposed big-ticket expressway projects in Southern Tagalog and Central Luzon, Central Visayas, and Davao Region.

DPWH Delivers 75K Classrooms Nationwide

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has completed the construction of more than 75 thousand classrooms nationwide in the past three (3) years.

Secretary Mark A. Villar said that in spite of present restrictions for face to face classes, enrollees both in elementary and secondary as well as the senior high schools students will have better ambiance for studying once physical classes are allowed with comfortable and spacious classrooms built by the government.

More Infra Works Leading to Marawi Underway

More infrastructure projects of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will bring significant progress in the quality of road network for people of Marawi City, Lanao Del Sur.

“The Department has been doubling our efforts to deliver necessary infrastructure projects for the revitalization of Marawi and its surrounding areas from man-made disaster of acts of terrorism in 2017,” said DPWH Secretary Mark A. Villar.

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