City gov’t set to implement P69M infra projects PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 16 March 2014 14:22

The city government is set to implement some P69.6 million worth of infrastructure projects in this city.

This was announced by City Assessor’s Office chief Erwin Bernardo, chairman of the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), saying they have already bidded out 49 infrastructure projects worth P69,656,860 in January this year.

Bernardo said projects that were bidded out include the construction of school buildings, drainage systems, farm-to-market roads and other infrastructure projects.

Bernardo said they are now on the evaluation and post qualification process to determine the winning bidders of the projects bidded out by BAC.

He said among the things they are evaluating is whether the contractors, who would emerge as the winning bidders are of good standing, to ensure the project will be completed on time.

He said the process is in compliance with Procurement Act 9184, otherwise known as the Government Procurement Reform Act.

He said they will notify the winning bidder who will later be issued a notice to proceed “so that they can start implementing the projects.” — RGAAG