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DPWH-TCDEO outsets the construction of CY 2021 projects

DPWH-TCDEO outsets the construction of CY 2021 projects

(DE Gonzales conducts his weekly inspection on the construction of District Health Center for the northern barangay residents and other several major projects for 2021.)

TACLOBAN CITY — The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Tacloban City District Engineering Office (TCDEO) – kicks off the year 2021 undertaking a total of 67 projects budgeted with an estimated total of Php 1.1 billion under the General Appropriations Act of 2021. 

Among these projects for this year are the rehabilitation and repair of two bridges namely the Mangonbangon and Baruguan Bridge, construction of an Evacuation Center at Brgy. New Kawayan, construction of District Health Center for the northern barangay residents, access road leading to La Villa Francisco Mountain Resort, access road leading to the new Airport Terminal Building, construction of six multi-purpose facilities including establishment of North Dry Market, eleven flood mitigation structures, preventive maintenance, rehabilitation and upgrading of national roads, among others.

(DE Gonzalez conducts his weekly inspection on 2021 projects. Included in the projects inspected were the (from top left) construction of senior NCO Barracks, construction of District Health Center, construction of Evacuation Center, rehabilitation of MPB at Marasbaras National High School, and rehabilitation of a Covered Court at Brgy. 107 Sta. Elena.)

Almost half of the 2021 projects had already commenced construction last March with all having a total of at least 20% work accomplished.

“Despite the challenges brought about by the pandemic, we hope that 2021 will be a better year for the people of Tacloban as DPWH-TCDEO continues to support the development of the city by providing infrastructure facilities that are responsive to their needs,” DE Gonzalez said.

“In continuing the implementation of projects, we also seek to help our locals by giving them opportunities where they can get resources to sustain for their daily needs during these trying times,” he added. (DPWH-TCDEO)

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