ARISP III Inspection Report

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This report contains the status, basic information and findings and recommendations on the recently concluded project inspection of ARISP III

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ARISP III Inspection Report

  1. 1. Inspection Report DAR’s AGRARIAN REFORMINFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT PROJECT (ARISP) Phase III May 28, 2012
  2. 2. (ARISP) Phase IIIThe Agrarian Reform Infrastructure The project components are: Support Project (ARISP) Phase III is a foreign-assisted project • construction of irrigation of DAR systems• Designed to provide basic • farm-to-market roads, support services to help develop bridges Agrarian Reform Communities • rural water supply systems (ARCs). • post harvest facilities• It is funded from a concessional • Institutional development loan from the Government of including Agricultural Japan with counterpart Extension and Livelihood financing from the DAR, Local Government Units and the • Project Administration beneficiaries.
  3. 3. ARISP III Status, 1st Quarter 2012 Status Project Location Proj. Cost Php EO MarchDaguioman CIS Daguioman, Abra 14,623,400.00 100%Dalingoan PWS Bakun, Benguet 2,094,916.00 100%Namagtey-Tungey FMR Bakun, Benguet 28,449382.00 84.72%Amgam CIS Bakun, Benguet 9,086,923.00 41.66%Sta. Maria-Allig CIS Flora, Apayao 6,166,170.00 2.16%Monamon Norte CIS Bauko, Mt. Prov. 26,964,120.00 NYSPitpitan-Tamog-o FMR Bauko, Mt. Prov. 20,000,000.00 NYSSadangan Upland CIP Sadanga, Mt. Prov. 26,683,350.00 NYSCAR:Total 134,068261.00 33.37%
  4. 4. Basic Project Information Project Location Proj. Cost Php StatusARISP III- Bakun, Benguet Php 28,449,382.00 89.23 % (Loan with GOP As ofImprovement of May 28, and LGUNamagtey-Tungey FMR counterpart) 2012 Loan Proceed: Php 26,056,287 GOP: Php 2,393,095
  5. 5. Project DescriptionThe project includes the followingwork items:Roadway and drainage excavation;Embankment;Aggregate sub-based course;PCCP 15cm. thick with provision of 36" diameter;RCPCs;Catch basin, concrete curb and gutter.
  6. 6. Inspection Findings/Recommendations Occurrence of everyday rains delayed implementation of project. DPWH to consider the request for a second extension and closely monitor the quality of ongoing works Contractor to make a catch up plan/strategy to complete the project as soon as possible.
  7. 7. Inspection Findings/RecommendationsLarge volume of runoff water carries offbase course and gutters laid. Road scouring/scaling due to large volume of water run-offContractor to continue remedial/countermeasures to protect and prevent furtherdamage to all completed and all ongoingactivities.
  8. 8. Inspection Findings/RecommendationsProject area is prone to landslides/ erosion Contractor to maintain and always keep the road open: Clean & remove debris LGU to allocate: •Additional funding for added work like slope protection structures & drainage. •Budget for O&M to sustain the maintenance program for the project.
  9. 9. Inspection Findings/Recommendations Curb and gutter not provided making water catchment useless Uncompleted water catchment For the project consultant to reconsider constructing side and curb gutter in both sides of the road considering project area is prone to erosion/ landslides and further prevent damage to all completed and all ongoing activities.
  10. 10. Briefing/Exit Conference with:Mayor Marcelo B. ContadaVice Mayor Paulino F. DalmonesSP MembersMPDC BakunDARDPWH Ms. Adela Comila, MARO-Bakun briefing the RIT
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