Tarlac 1st district builds P637M infrastructure in 2017
The engineering office of Tarlac province’s first district is proud of its achievements in infrastructure.
In 2017, the office has completed 42 kilometers of road amounting to P673 million, in projects under the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH.).
According to Tarlac district engineer Erelina Santos, the projects include 4 kilometers of national roads, and 4.45 kilometers of secondary roads and tertiary roads. The district also built a P14 million worth of 31-lineal meter expanse.
The district office also boasts its 28 flood control projects which were made to mitigate the excessive flooding during the rainy season.
Other construction and development projects include farm-to-market roads (FMRs), bridges along local roads, water systems, school buildings, national and multi-purpose buildings and daycare and health centers for the towns of Anao, Camiling, Gerona, Mayantoc, San Manuel, Santa Ignacia, Pura, Victoria, Paniqui, Ramos, San Clemente, Moncada and San Jose and the city of Tarlac.
“We also completed projects funded by non-infrastructure agencies such as the ten-kilometer FMR of the Department of Agriculture amounting to P57 million and 20 school buildings of Department of Education worth more than P63 million,” Santos added.
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