DPWH to roll out 100 infrastructure projects in Catanduanes this year — Rep. Sarmiento


Catanduanes Rep. Cesar V. Sarmiento shared that for 2018, a total of 100 infrastructure projects are expected to be rolled out for the province by the Public Works department.

Rep. Sarmiento shared in his Facebook account that 37 local infrastructure project under the Department of Public Works and Highways are to be rolled out this year.

The said infrastructure projects are composed of multi-purpose building, covered court and plazas, and abaca buying stations.

Meanwhile, six farm to market roads and seven access roads leading to tourist destinations will be built this year.

Twenty-three drainage and flood control structures will also be constructed and 20 road concreting projects are on the pipeline.

Three bridges will be built as well as one access roads leading to seaport.

Two water system will be built and an Alternative Learning System building in Virac will be constructed.

“Mula sa General Appropriations Act (GAA) 2018 na naging trabaho po natin sa Kongreso kasama ang mga iba’t ibang ahensya noong nakarang taon, nais po namin i-share sa lahat ang mabuting balita para sa ating Isla!,” Rep. Sarmiento said.

“Ito po ang mga Infrastructure Projects para sa Catanduanes ngayong taong 2018 na isasagawa ng Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)” he added.

The solon also said that these projects are of DPWH alone and other projects of Department of Transportation (DOTr), Department of Health (DOH), National Irrigation Authority (NIA), Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR), Department of Agriculture (DA) are not yet included.

“Asahan niyo po na pagsisikapan pa po natin ang patuloy na daloy at pagdating ng madaming proyekto at programa para sa Catanduanes,” said Rep. Sarmiento.