By Jerry E. Esplanada
MANILA—At least 89 contractors doing business with the Department of Public Works and Highways and seven other agencies have been blacklisted by the government for their alleged failure to comply with contractual obligations, misrepresentation and engaging in bidding irregularities. This was reported Tuesday by the DPWH’s Public Information and Assistance Division (PIAD) as it reminded […]
By Juan Escandor Jr.
Although grieving, Gina Tabalan, 32, felt relief when a P20-million bridge connecting five villages was inaugurated and opened on Friday, cutting short travel time from the interior villages to the capital town of Daet from more than two hours to just one hour.
By Nathaniel R. Melican
The Manila city government has opened what it touted as the country’s first “eco-footbridge,” referring to it as an energy-efficient public infrastructure product.
By Charlie Señase and Allan Nawal
The city still emerged as among the most competitive cities in the country for 2014 despite the bad perceptions due to the incidence of violence here, such as the August 19 bomb blast that injured several people.
By Maila Ager
Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero is urging the Aquino administration to run after those responsible for the botched NorthRail project, which has cost the government P9 billion.