rehabilitation and expansion of barangay road in Brgy.
Busali to Brgy. Pinangomhan in Biliran town under DPWH 2019
Local Infrastructures Program. This project has a contract
cost of P5M under MB Ang Construction and Supply. The
project was just started and as of June 30, 2019 it has an
accomplishment of 10%. Target date for completion is August
DEO’s 2019 infra projects starts construction
July 16, 2019
NAVAL, Biliran –
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Biliran District
Engineering Office (DEO) has started the construction of its 2019
infrastructure projects in Biliran.
DPWH-Biliran has a total
of 92 projects worth P1.2B under 2019 General Appropriations Act (GAA).
Out of the 92 projects, 14 of these costing P50M and below have
already started. The on-going projects includes the constructions of
six barangay roads, seven flood control projects and one detour
approaches for the damaged bridge in Caraycaray, Naval.
As of June 30, 2019,
DPWH-Biliran DEO posts 2.69% accomplishment of 2019 infra projects.
David P. Adongay Jr.,
District Engineer said that Project Engineers (PE) were ordered to
focus their attention in the implementation of 2019 projects to
ensure that plans have been correctly followed and is on the right
“I told our PEs to focus
in the implementation because that is the most difficult part of our
job,” he said.
According to Adongay,
various infrastructure projects has been lined up for this year.
Among the high impact projects to be implemented are the P73.2M
asphalt overlay along Naval-Caibiran Cross Country Road (NCCR),
P64.7M Asphalt Overlay along Biliran Circumferential Road (BCR),
P80M Road Widening along BCR, P50M Rehabilitation of Damaged Paved
Road along Maripipi Circumferential Road, and P50M Construction of
New permanent Bridge at Macalpe along NCCR.
As of July 16, 2019,
Adongay revealed that all 2019 projects has been bid out. He said
that these projects can be started immediately as soon as Notice to
Proceed (NTP) is issued to the contractors.
To ensure successful
implementation, Adongay always reminded PEs to be accountable by
following the acronym S.I.M.P.L.E.
First, to S-set
expectation which is to meet the target and deliver project on time,
I-invite commitment, M-measure progress by documenting projects with
geotagged photos, P-provide feedback and make report every day,
L-link to consequences and E-evaluate effectiveness.