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DPWH-QAU conducts inspection of infra projects

DPWH-QAU infra projects inspection

By DPWH 2nd LED
February 15, 2019

CARIGARA, Leyte The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) - Central Office, Quality Assurance Unit (QAU) conducted a two-day project inspection of the infrastructure projects implemented by the Leyte Second District Engineering Office last February 13-14, 2019.

Among the projects inspected and assessed were the reconstruction of flood control project of Himanglos River in Poblacion I & II, Barugo, Leyte, and the flood control and flood mitigation structure projects in Binahaan River in Brgy. Tingib, Pastrana, Leyte.

Also included are the 3-unit 2-storey 6-classroom school building at Granja Kalinawan NHS, Jaro, Leyte, and the 1-unit 3-storey 9-classroom school building at Atty. Roque A. Marcos Memorial School in La Paz, Leyte.

The team also inspected road projects such as the preventive maintenance of road asphalt overlay along Maharlika Highway, Dulag, Leyte, and the rehabilitation of paved roads along Kiling-Tanauan-Tabontabon-Julita road and Jaro-Dagami-Burauen-La Paz road.

Representatives from the QAU were Dominic Lacson and Divino Nabe, both Engineer III, and Myracelo Valle, Engineer II.

The QAU is a quality audit that conducts regular assessment to continuously monitor and assess the on-going and completed projects undertaken by the district. The auditors aim to check whether all infrastructure projects are implemented in compliance to plans and standard specifications. Corrective measures are recommended for corrections and compliance on QAU findings.