Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Signs of Asenso, Progreso: DPWH with Php 480.27-million Marinduque infra projects in 2011!



      Under the watch of Congressman Lord Allan Jay Q. Velasco, the Marinduque District Engineering Office of the Department of Public Works & Highways (DPWH), has been implementing 26 major infrastructure projects in the entire province of Marinduque totaling Php 480.27-million in 2011.  

       These projects exclude the various repair/maintenance road projects, multi-purpose buildings, school buildings, river and flood controls, water supply systems and farm-to-market roads funded through the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF).


Most of these projects have been completed and some are in varying stages of implementation. They consist of the Marinduque Circumferential Road (MCR), other national and barangay road concreting, school buildings and multi-purpose building construction, repair of flood control, revetments and water-supply systems.
Rehabilitation/Reconstruction/Upgrading of Dr. Damian Reyes Road (Boac Side). This recent photo taken at the Bantay-Puyog area in central Marinduque. This road cuts through Boac to Torrijos.


Part of the ongoing upgrading of the Dr. Damian Reyes Road in Ilaya, interior Boac.

Roads that are under construction for concreting and included in the regular infrastructure program of the DPWH for 2011 are: Marinduque Circumferential Road in Boac, Sta. Cruz, Torrijos, Buenavista and Mogpog (approximately Php 363.39-million); Damian Reyes Memorial Road in Boac-Torrijos section (Php 116.88-million).

Major infrastructure projects province-wide have a total project cost of approximately Php 480.27-million.

        Waterworks system for a number of barangays have been provided at Poblacion, Buenavista; Poctoy-Poblacion, Torrijos; and the construction of rain water collectors at Pinggan, Pulo, Bacong-Bacong in Gasan.

Farm-to-market road in Barangay ipil, Sta. Cruz. Just one of many farm-to-market roads constructed in all of Marinduque's six municipalities.



Multi-purpose buildings that have either been completed or are in various stages of construction or have been bidded as of this time are those in Balaring, Boi, Cawit, Ihatub, Isok II, Caganhao and Poras (in Boac); Silangan, Danao, Hinadharan, Hinangayon, Paye, Argao, Mangyan-Mababad, Anapog-Sibucao, Tarug, Lamesa, Banto, Nangka-Uno and Poblacion (in Mogpog); Malibago, Bonliw, Sibuyao, Dampulan, Matuyatuya, Talawan, Tigwi, Malinao, Buangan, Poctoy, Bayakbakin and Maranlig(in Torrijos); Banahaw, Biga, Tawiran, Landy, Baliis and Matalaba (in Sta. Cruz); Yook, Brgy Uno (Buenavista), Tiguion, Tabionan, Matandang Gasan, Pangi, Pinggan, Bachao-Ilaya, Gasan ABC Hall, Banot and Bognuyan, (Gasan).


An FMR in Balanacan (Mogpog).

Also for 2011, farm-to-market road projects completed were those in Sumangga, Guisian, Hinadharan, Paye, Danao, Tarug and Balanacan (Mogpog); Makulapnit, Libjo, Balogo, San Isidro and Botilao (Sta. Cruz), Masiga (Gasan), Pawa, Maligaya and Mainit (Boac),and Timbo (Buenavista).

Another FMR in Candahon (Mogpog)

FMR in Villa Mendez.
Barangay residents walking in a newly completed FMR.

     The Gasan-Boac MCR road concreting from the Marinduque Airport to Amoingon which is under the regional project amounted to Php 51.54-million, and is the longest road project and ensures safer, more comfortable travel, all seen to further enhance the promotion of trade and tourism province-wide.
Among the school buildings that have been completed are elementary school buildings in Buangan, Boi, Tungib, Payanas and Binunga.

        
Part of the finished portion of the Marinduque Circumferential Road (Tigwi-Dampulan-Lipata-Yook Section)

This road that used to be called 'the beaten path' is now being concreted. This road leads to Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa in Lipata, Buenavista.

Still part of the long and winding Tigwi-Dampulan-Lipata-Yook section of the Marinduque Circumferential Road.

At the Yook residential area. Folks happier now.

One of DPWH's flood control, river control and revetment projects throughout the island-province. This one's  in Aturan, Sta. Cruz.
Funds for the repair and maintenance of 31 flood control and revetment projects amounted to approximately PHP 18.4-million. These projects are located in Malusak, Sumangga, Bocboc, Bintakay, Butansapa, Capayang and Banto (Mogpog); Libtangin, Dawis and Cawit-Bahi (Gasan); Bantay, Amoingon, Duyay, Kasay Section Boton and Sitio Paye Balimbing (Boac); Matuyatuya, Cabuyo and Tigwi (Torrijos); Bitik-Lapu-Lapu, Pag-asa, Aturan, Landy and Bagong Silang (Sta. Cruz); Bagtingon and Sihi (Buenavista).
Living will be much easier in Marinduque in the not-too-distant future, my friend.
        
        (This article posted by this blogger in consultation with DPWH Marinduque District Office and the Office of Cong. Lord Allan Jay Q. Velasco).

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