Masbate Board Member Jason Arevalo begins constructing house for his son
Masbate Board Member Jason Arevalo has now resumed an important project of his that had been halted by the pandemic.
In a Facebook post, Arevalo shared that the construction of his son Joaquin’s house has begun.
Its design will be industrialist and minimalist, he said.
He was unable to attend the groundbreaking due to a prior commitment, but he thanked the engineer for sending photos of the event.
He is also praying for the safety of the workers and hoping for a prompt and hassle-free turnover of the house this December.
His next project is a house for his daughter Lorraine, he said.
He’s a generous dad!
“This was supposed to start two years ago but got halted by the pandemic. Now after nearly five months of planning, design, structural analysis and admin works, my son Joaquin’s house (industrial and minimalist inspired) construction begins.
Thank you, Jayps, Engr. Miles and staff for the groundbreaking pics! So sorry, Mama, Joaquin and I weren’t there yesterday owing to a prior commitment: the 75th birthday in Masbate of our dear Uncle Oscar.
Pray for the safety at work of everyone. And hoping for a prompt and hassle-free turnover this December.
Hope to collab with you again in the last quarter for my daughter Lorraine’s house, too.
God bless, everyone. And blessed be His Holy Name forever!
With Evelyn Arevalo Joaquin Arevalo , Jinky Arevalo,” Arevalo posted.