DPWH Project. Madao Flood Control
DPWH Project. Madao Flood Control

By: Rosario B. Rosete
DPWH Biliran
First Posted 16:45:00 04/06/2016

Taking advantage of the good weather condition, DPWH-Biliran District Engineering Office (BDEO), is now in full implementation of its FY 2016 Infrastructure Projects. Most of the Contractors have started their work earlier in order to attain the target schedule, hence with positive slippages. As of March 31, 2016, the District has an overall actual accomplishment of 37.40% with a positive slippage of 15.40%. This is in accord with the policy of the Department to implement the right project with the right cost determined through competitive and transparent public bidding with the right quality in accordance with international standards delivered at the right time through close monitoring of project implementation carried out by the right people who are competent and uphold the values of professionalism, integrity, excellence, public service and teamwork.

DPWH Project. Madao Flood Control
DPWH Project. Madao Flood Control

As was previously published, the District has been allotted P 683.745 Million under FY 2016 DPWH Infrastructure Program. The District’s projects are broken down as follows: National Road Network Services (MFO 1)costing P 334.745 M; Flood Management Services (MFO 2) with a cost of P 174.0 M; Maintenance and Construction Services of Other Infrastructures (MFO 3) with a cost of 45.0 M for Roads leading to Tourist Destinations; and Local Infrastructure Program costing P130.0 M. Out of the allotted amount, P135.0 M is for implementation by DPWH Regional Office 8 which involves the Rehabilitation of a section of Maripipi Circumferential Road while 66 projects will be implemented by Biliran DEO.

Tucdao Kawayan , Biliran Flood Control
Tucdao Kawayan , Biliran Flood Control

As of this writing, Biliran DEO has already completed its Pre-Construction activities. Its overall accomplishment under PDE is 100% as of March 31, 2016. Biliran DEO’s projects based on the FY 2016 GAA consists of five (5) projects under Asset Preservation of National Roads; two (2) projects under Network Development; five (5) projects under Construction and Maintenance of Bridges; twelve (12) projects under Flood Mitigation and Drainage; one (1) project under Access Roads leading to declared Tourism Destinations.

Rahabilitation of Caibiran Cross Country Road.
Rahabilitation of Caibiran Cross Country Road.

The District’s Local Infrastructure Projects is comprised of Multipurpose Facilities projects; 7 Local Roads projects; and 8 Water Supply projects while the Region wide projects is composed of 6 Revetment projects and 5 Local Road projects.

DPWH-Biliran DEO being one of the agencies’ implementing arms of its infrastructure programs tasked to provide and manage quality infrastructure facilities and services is confident to implement its infrastructure facilities right on schedule. The District implements the government’s programs with the end view to provide safe, fast, economical mobility of people, goods and services, protect lives and properties against major floods and living condition of population enhanced through improved Local Roads.

Hereunder is the List of the FY 2016 Regular Infrastructure Projects as of March 31, 2016:

I. MFO1– National Road Network Services:
1. Asphalt Overlay along Naval-Caibiran Cross Country Road, 100%
K1026+810-K1027+410;

2. Rehabilitation along Biliran Circumferential Road (Maurang-Manlabang Section), 40%
K1084+400-1084+850

3. Rehabilitation along Naval-Caibiran Cross Country Road, K1041+333-K1041+387 100%
4. Construction of Slope Protection along Biliran Circumferential Road, 0%
K1029+800-K1029+100; K1030+050-K1030+100; K1030+150-K1030+300

5. Construction of Slope Protection along Naval- Caibiran Cross Country Road, 5%
K1040+600- K1041+000; K1041+240-K1041+340; K1041+520-K1041+940

6. Widening of Biliran Circumferential Road (Sabang-Bagong-bong Section), 65%
K1029+335-K1029+800; K1033+200-K1033+369

7. Construction of Biliran Diversion Road including Slope Protection & ROW 5%
8. Replacement of Banlas Bridge (B00061BR) along Maripipi Circumferential Road 0%
9. Repair of Biliran Bridge (B00057BR) along Leyte-Biliran Road 0%
10. Repair of Bilwang Bridge (B00058BR) along Biliran Circumferential Road 0%
11. Repair of Looc Bridge (B00035BR) along Biliran Circumferential Road 0%
12. Repair of Cabibihan Bridge (B00027BR) along Biliran Circumferential Road 0%

II. MFO2– Flood Management Services:

1. Construction/Extension of Anas Flood Control along Biliran 40%
Circumferential Road, Naval, Biliran

2. Construction/Extension of Catmon Flood Control along Biliran 60%
Circumferential Road, Naval, Biliran

3. Construction/Extension of Caraycaray Flood Control along Biliran 55%
Circumferential Road, Naval, Biliran

4. Construction/Extension of Bagongbong Flood Control along Biliran 60%
Circumferential Rd,Phase I, Almeria, Biliran

5. Construction/Extension of Amambahag Flood Control along Biliran 40%
Circumferential Road, Naval, Biliran

6. Construction/Extension of Mapula Flood Control along Biliran 45%
Circumferential Road, Caibiran, Biliran

7. Construction of Bagongbong Flood Control (Revetment) along 70%
Biliran Circum. Rd, Phase II, Almeria,Biliran

8. Construction of Bool Flood Control (Revetment) along Biliran 90%
Circum. Rd., Culaba, Biliran Province

9. Construction of Madao Flood Control Structures along Biliran 60%
Circumferential Rd., Kawayan, Biliran

10. Construction of Tucdao Flood Control Structures along 90%
Biliran Circumferential Road, Kawayan, Biliran

11. Construction of Mapuyo Flood Control Structures along 20%
Biliran Circumferential Road, Kawayan, Biliran

12. Construction of Calambis Flood Control (Revetment) along 62%
Biliran Circumferential Road, Caibiran, Biliran

III. MFO3 –Maintenance and Construction Services of Other Infrastructures:

1. Construction Improvement of Access Roads Leading to Declared Tourists 10%
Destinations along Higatangan Circumferential Road, Higatangan Island,
Naval, Biliran

With all these projects, indeed Biliran DEO is lucky enough to be able to uphold the goals and policies of the Department under the leadership of District Engineer David P. Adongay, Jr, DPA on its commitment to selfless public service through proper implementation of the district’s projects. -DPWH Biliran

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