of access road going to Ulan-Ulan falls in Sampao, Almeria,
Biliran is on-going with 88% accomplishment as of December
31, 2018 with a project cost of P 43,163,800.00. The
completion of the project under 2018 fund which starts from
the proper road of Brgy. Sampao going to Ulan-ulan falls
will reduce travel time from 30-40 minutes hike to just
10-15 minutes through vehicle ride. With the accessibility
of the tourist site, it will encourage more local and
foreign tourists to visit the place.
accomplished 84.62% of 2018 infrastructure projects
January 28, 2019
NAVAL, Biliran –
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Biliran District
Engineering Office (DEO) ends the year with 84.62% accomplishment of
its 2018 infrastructure projects.
According to David P.
Adongay Jr., District Engineer, Biliran DEO surpassed the 80.87%
planned target accomplishment by 3.75% as of December 31, 2018. Out
of the 60 total projects, 44 are completed and 16 are on-going.
Adongay said that the main
reason for the slight delay are the implementation of big ticket
projects amounting to P50M and above.
“Medyo na dedelayed ang
aming projects because of the late approval of authority to bid and
implement of these projects from the DPWH Central Office pero yung’
mga projects naming na below P50M ay almost completed na,” Adongay
Adongay said that the
target completion date for all 2018 projects is on June, 2019.
“Hopefully we can complete
this by March 2019,” Adongay added.
Under 2018 Regular
Infrastructure Program, Biliran DEO has completed 18 flood control
projects, four rehabilitation of bridges, four slope protections,
three access roads leading to tourist destinations, three access
roads leading to trades and industries and economic zones, two
asphalt overlays and one drainage project.
Meanwhile, under 2018
Local Infrastructure Program, Biliran DEO has already completed four
multipurpose buildings, one flood control project, one Farm-Market
Road (FMR) project, one seawall project, one baywalk/breakwater
project and one road concreting project.