DOTC to bid for 10 infrastructure projects

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The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) on Thursday announced the bidding of 10 infrastructure projects.

The agency said that the 10 projects are: completion of the construction of the new pas-senger terminal building of Catarman Airport in Northern Samar for P13.81 million; the widening of the runway and drainage system of San Vicente Airport in Palawan which would cost P13.07 million; the cons-truction of the soaking yard with dike embank-ment of the New Bohol (Panglao) Airport in Palawan with an approved budget of P27.65 million; the completion of the asphalt overlay of the runway, taxiways and the runway mark-ings of Roxas Airport in Capiz for P138.36 million; the concreting of vehicular parking and im-pounding areas and the cons-truction of perimeter fence with pedestrian and vehicular gates and drainage system of the Boac Land Transportation Office District Office in Marinduque for P5.52 million; the construction of a seawall in Villareal Wharf in Samar which has an approved budget of P1.98 million; the P4.99-million extension of the causeway of Dimiao Port in Bohol; the P7.71-million devel-opment of the wharf of the Tingloy Port in Batangas, which includes the construction of concrete bollards; the ex-pansion of the back-up area and the construction of the seawall with drainage system in Benoni Port in Camiguin which costs P33.94 million; and the construction of the causeway and provision of mooring cleats and stairlandings of the Vinzons Port in Camarines Norte, which has an approved budget of P48.27 million.

The DOTC will hold a prebid conference for the first five projects on October 17, while for the next five is scheduled the following day at the agency’s Multi-Purpose Room, Columbia Tower, Ortigas Avenue, Manda-luyong City.

The deadline for submission and receipt of bids is on November 4 and 5, for the first five and the last five projects, respectively.


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