TACLOBAN CITY – OIC District Engineer Rebecca G. Yuse of the Tacloban City District Engineering Office has conducted a thorough inspection of the ongoing construction progress at the Abucay New Bus Terminal Annex Building.

The inspection aimed to ensure that the project remains on schedule and adheres to the prescribed standards of quality and safety.

The Abucay New Bus Terminal Annex Building, a pivotal infrastructure endeavor, has been allocated a substantial contract amount of P135 million under the General Appropriations Act 2023. Encouragingly, the construction efforts are proceeding according to plan, with the project poised to meet its completion deadline of 210 calendar days.

Designed to meet the escalating demand for enhanced transportation facilities, the Abucay New Bus Terminal Annex Building boasts a contemporary two-story layout.

Once operational, it will facilitate the concurrent accommodation of up to six public utility vehicles, thereby streamlining the commuting experience for passengers. Furthermore, the facility will feature indispensable amenities, including generator sets to ensure uninterrupted power supply, gender-inclusive restrooms catering to diverse needs, and a fully-equipped food court offering convenient dining options.

In light of the recent inspection, OIC District Engineer Rebecca G. Yuse expressed satisfaction with the progress observed at the construction site. “I am pleased with the progress of the construction at the Abucay New Bus Terminal Annex Building. Our rigorous inspection ensures that the project is advancing according to schedule and upholding the highest standards of quality and safety.” (PR)