ENGINEERING

organizational structure

LEO RUSTAN L. DELA CERNA

Acting City Engineer

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT STAFF UNIT

MARICAR M. CALUNSAG

Administrative Officer III

KEVIN O. FELIANO

Supply Officer I/Admin. Officer I

ERMELITO G. MUZONES

Admin. Aide II/Messenger I

DARWIN MICHAEL P. GAMO

Laborer I

ALEX PABILLARAN

Admin. Aide III/Laborer II

DARLITO M. YANGURING

Laborer I

MICHAEL H. CALSIS

Laborer I

MATERIALS QUALITY CONTROL AND MONITORING UNIT

ARTEMIO C. MOLINA, JR.

Engineer IV

LEXCE JANE B. AMOTO

Engineer I

WILFREDO G. VALDEZ

Laboratory Technician I

Planning, Programming and Design Division

LARRY H. LEONO

Engineer IV

Programming Section

OLIVER P. CAHAYAG

Engineer IV

PEARL LIEZL C. LAURIO

Engineer II

CHERRY ANNE O. EGUARAS

Engineer I

MARC ALAINEDEE V. ANDO

Clerk IV/Admin. Asst. II

DONAH LOU MADRONA

Engineer II

BOBBY M. LOPEZ

Engineer III (Electrical)

Design & Architectural Section

ARLENE B. EGAMA

Architect II

JEDEMIE G. ACLO

Draftsman I

Road Right of Way and Survey Work Section

Richard C. Bongocan

Engineer III (Geodetic)

ARNEL B.TILANDUCA

Instrument Man

MARVIN TIMBAL

Engineering Aide

Construction Division

VIRGO R. JENISAN

Engineer III

VIRJOHN NAMOC

Clerk III/Admin. Aide VI

Building Section

PHILIP RAYMUND A. QUIJOTE

Engineer II

ARNOLD B. CORRALES

Engineer I (Geodetic)

Roads & Bridges Section

EDUARD A. ARELLANO

Engineer III

CARLITOS F. ALESNA

Engineer III

EDGARDO JR. VARGAS

Building Inspector

Permit Division

ANITA O. TAGAAN

Engineer III

Processing Section

JULIET D. DOROJA

Engineer II

JENNIFER A. PABUTOY

Admin. Asst. III

Enforcement Section

ED GLENN OKIT

Engineer I

BENGIE M. WAHING

Building Inspector

EMELLITO M. DE LOS REYES

Engineer I (Electrical)

RAUL EDQUILANG

Admin. Aide III/Laborer II

Maintenance Division

RUNSTADT P. PERIA

Engineer IV

Roads & Bridges Section

RUEL REBUCAS

CMGF

KEN BOLOTAOLO

HEO I

JESUS M. VILLEGAS

Driver II/Admin. Aide IV

ALECITA B. OLARTE

Draftsman II

JERRY T. PESIDAS

HEO I

WILFREDO BAGAY

Driver II/Admin. Aide IV

REYNANTE CALANO

HEO II

PAULINO CAINTOY

HEO I

ALEJANDRO K. NAÏVE

Driver II/Admin. Aide IV

FEDERICO V. DURAN

HEO II

CHARLES ALENTON

HEO I

FERNANDO C. TAGLINAO, JR.

Laborer I

MOISES S. APUT

HEO II

HERNANDO V. ZAPORTIZA

HEO I

LEO GONZALES

HEO I

VIVIN HALASAN

Mechanic I

GERVACIO DAYOT

HEO I

Building Section

JEONARD C. GAMUS

Engineer III

BENJAMIN M. SAAVEDRA

Carpenter General Foreman

ANTONIO C. TAGAAN

Carpenter Foreman

RANDY MANUEL

Carpenter II

GERRY B. INICIAL

Carpenter II

ROLANDO LUGAO

Admin. Aide III/Laborer II

RANILO MILOSANTOS

Admin. Aide III/Laborer II

Electrical Section

KIM HARVEY PABILLARAN

Engineer II (Electrical)

CESAR T. PRUDENTE

Electrician II

DONALD E. LADERA

Electrician II

ROLLY PULIDO

Electrician I

ROTHALD FERRAS

Laborer I

Motor Pool Division

ROY A. LAPUZ

Engineer IV

Repair & Maintenance Section

ERIC G. BORRETA

Mechanic Shop Foreman

LONGINO B. PEREZ

Mechanic II

JERRY V. TAN

Mechanic II

ARMAND A. KIAMCO

Auto. Eqpt. Inspector I

ROGELIO P. SALINAY, JR.

Laborer I

Painting, Fabrication & Welding Section

NORVEN C. SARENTO

Welder II

ERNESTO M. BORJA, JR.

Electrician II (Automotive)

ROMEO R. ARENGO

Welder I

Office Description

The City Engineer’s Office is one of the Departments of City Government of Malaybalay responsible in the Preparation of Plans and Program of Works of various infrastructure projects. It is the main Department task to supervise the implementation of infrastructure projects mandated by LGU, National Agencies and other Government Offices both by straight contract and by administration in accordance with the POW, plans and specification such as Concreting of Roads/Streets, Drainage Systems, School Buildings, Public Offices, Covered Courts, Water Systems, Bridges, Spillway Type Bridges, Box Culverts, Electrifications and Other Structures.

The Department applies engineering principles and practices in the maintenance of existing roads, bridges, drainage system, buildings, water system & other structures owned by the city government. It is also responsible in the implementation of Presidential Decree 1096 (National Building Code of the Philippines). The office is located at Purok 5, Brgy. Casisang, Malaybalay City.

An environment-friendly office with competent, dedicated, customer-friendly and God-loving public servants responsive to the needs of the general public, systematically providing pro-active, effective and efficient engineering services such as sustainable infrastructure development, enhanced information database and the enforcement of the building code.

To develop frontline employees who are committed to serve a quality service for the common good. Enhance and update knowledge and capabilities to carry out a more responsive and impressive service through trainings to guide in the performance of roles as service providers. Continually re-visit the service vision, mission and pledges to keep pace with some lapses of service rendered. Utilized current strategies and techniques of transparency in the delivery of services by instilling accountability, desirable attitude, moral character and integrity in one's work for effective implementation of public service policy.

History

The office became known as the City Engineer’s Office (CEO) in March 1998 by virtue of Republic Act 8490, recognizing the Malaybalay as a component city in the province of Bukidnon. The late representative of the second district of Bukidnon, Congressman Reginaldo N. Tilanduca was the proponent of the Cityhood of the capital locality in the province.

City Government of Malaybalay through the engineering department increased the capacity and capability in terms of providing basic services thereby providing better facilities and infrastructure projects closer to the people.

During its infancy, the late former Mayor Timoteo C. Ocaya appointed Engr. Teodocio I. Pabillaran as municipal engineer in 1974. The municipal engineer started to function his duties without personnel at that time.

Engineer Pabillaran became instrumental when he established of what is now known the City Engineer’s Office located at Casisang, Malaybalay City. The one-hectare office compound and facility was realized during the administration of then City Mayor Nicolas C. Jurolan.

  The highlights of his legacy of which he was fondly proud of was the creation of the seven key positions of CEO namely, administrative chief, building permit   chief, construction materials quality control  chief, maintenance and motor pool  chief. With these divisions created, carrying out the duties and functions were improved over the years.

         The Engineering Office is envisioned to initiate, review and recommend changes in policies and objectives, plans and programs, techniques, procedures and practices in infrastructure development and public works in general of the City as enshrined in R.A 8490.                   

annual report 2021

PLANNING, DESIGN AND PROGRAMMING DIVISION

The division’s accomplishment for the year 2021 exceeds in quantity the target submitted on the annual work program 2021, which
includes survey works, preparation of plans and program of works, and encoding, recording and filing of documents. As to quality,
errors are at a minimum as a result of a series of checking and correcting of documents before submission.

The preparation of plans and program of works are dependent upon prioritization, the number of technical employees, and the equipment available.

  1. City funded projects are given more urgency, followed by the city funded projects –barangay share, and the national/senatorial/congressional funded  Barangay request for program of works are of first-come-first serve basis.
  2. Theperiod of preparation of the employees is grounded on the project scale as follows: small (up to 200T), medium (above 200T up to 1M), large (above 1M up to 5M) and special projects (above 5M). The greater the scale, the longer time needed for the
  3. The equipment available such as computers are limited and a number of these computers have low capacity. These said equipment (i.e. computers and printers), on certain occasions, does breakdown and undergoes repair causing time  And lastly, research materials, new designs and
    standard specifications for keen details are less accessible.

On account of these factors, not all the barangay’s requests for program of works can be implemented. For this, a number of clients are less than fullfilled.

The particular point of time that affected this division is during the time the plotter for printing plans has been under repair for months, needed inks for certain printers are not available, paper materials are depleting
 and the requested supply has not yet been delivered. As a remedy, scratch papers and old-stack blue printing papers that are no longer in use and almost thorn-off are being utilized for final submission, thus, the job has been manage reasonably.

As for the recent developments, this division has undergone few improvements of the workplace to a more suitable working condition and technical employees have been swapped internally and with the other divisions to help them learn and develop their skills and be more beneficial. Moreover, additional personnel and equipment such as photocopier, tabloid printers and desktop computers have enhanced the performance. Also, softwares from other offices and personal downloads helped the employees accomplish their task in more pleasing results.

CONSTRUCTION DIVISION

For this year 2021, the Construction Division has supervised 95 projects with an appropriated amount of Two Hundred Ninety Four Million Three Hundred Thirty Eight Thousand Three Hundred Eighty Five and Twenty Five Centavos (P294,338,385.25) only.

The implemented projects include 46 completed projects with an appropriation of P96,347,936.88 28 on-going projects with an appropriation of P71,191,909.39 21 under suspension projects with an appropriation amount P5,752,835.49.

MATERIALS QUALITY CONTROL DIVISION

For this year 2021, the Construction Division has supervised 95 projects with an appropriated amount of Two Hundred Ninety Four Million Three Hundred Thirty Eight Thousand Three Hundred Eighty Five and Twenty Five Centavos (P294,338,385.25) only.

The implemented projects include 46 completed projects with an appropriation of P96,347,936.88 28 on-going projects with an appropriation of P71,191,909.39 21 under suspension projects with an appropriation amount P5,752,835.49.

SUPPORT FUNCTIONS TARGET ACCOMPLISHED
1 Monitoring of projects for materials quality 200 293
control purposes (concrete pouring)
2 Inspection of construction materials 100 270
3 Laboratory / Field testing of materials 75 154
4 Evaluation of work request 130 437
5 Evaluation of progress billing 100 130
6 Evaluation of test result 65 155
7 Filing of documents 450 958

MAINTENANCE DIVISION

The Maintenance Division as primarily responsible for the various maintenance works of the city is subdivided into three (3) sections: These are; the Mobile SectionCarpentry/Canal, Drainage & Bridges Section and Electrical Maintenance Section. For this year 2020, it has performed the following works.

MAINTENANCE OF ROADS AND BRIDGES

Maintenance works include reshaping and gravelling of roads and rehabilitation or repair of dilapidated members of bridges. Road structures such as culvert, slope protection, spillway and the likes are also included. For this year, this division has maintained 127.09 km of city roads with an appropriation of P 3,358,400.00 from the City Bridges, Roads and Drainage Maintenance Fund. For the barangay roads, this division has maintained 30 barangay roads projects under barangay fund with a total length of 161.64 km and an appropriation of P 2,908,000.00.

For the year 2021, there are 2 Labor Contract Projects with an appropriation of P142,819.94 implemented for Maintenance of Road Structures.

For the Maintenance of City Bridges, There are 2 bridges maintained for the year 2021, the Kalasungay Bailey Bridge and Mabuhay-Panamucan Bailey Bridge.

BUILDING REPAIR AND CARPENTRY WORKS
ACTIVITY UNIT QTY
1. Building Repairs/Carpentry works Jobs 8
2. Plumbing works/Lavatory fabrication and repairs Jobs 9
3. Ceiling, Roof, gutter, downspout repairs/installation Units 6
4. Fabrication/Repair of office tables, cabinets, chairs, doors & door jamb Jobs 12
5. Painting/Repainting works Jobs 5
6. Installation interlink fence, concrete post, CHB wall Units 1
7. Construction/Installation of vaccination area at ESA Units 2
8 Fabrication/repair of wooden ramp and partition for vaccination area at ESA Units 2
9. Installation/Fabrication of Partition, walkway at ESA vaccination area Units 4
10. Vegetation Control Jobs 17
11. Road Patching/Concrete Pouring of pathway Jobs 2
12. Installation/Fabrication/repair of trapal shed Jobs 4
13. Installation/Demolition of Welcome Arc, Tarpaulin and Scaffoldings Units 5
14. Installation of hand washing facility Units 2
15. RCPC Installation and RipRap works Jobs 4
16. Fabrication of voucher box Units 2
17. Construction of concrete ramp/pathway Jobs 3
18. Installation of Back Draft Units 1
19. Carpentry works for One Stop Shop Jobs 5
20. Installation/Dismantle Tent Jobs 2
21. Tile works Jobs 2
22. Hauling of boulders/sand & gravel Jobs 2
23. Hauling of garbage Jobs 2
24. Demolish & repair steel grating and canal at ESA Units 3
25. Fencing works Jobs 2
26. Fabrication and installation of Christmas Décor at City Hall Jobs 2
CANAL AND DRAINAGE WORKS
ACTIVITY UNIT QTY
1. Cleaning and clearing of canal/culvert Jobs 15
2. Vegetation control Jobs 10
3. Repair of canal, manhole Units 2
4. 4.Disposal of canal waste Jobs 3
5. Culvert, canal repair including headwalls and slope protection Jobs 5
6. Installation/repair of RCPC and riprap works Jobs 11
7. Removal of obstruction of RCPC line Jobs 3
8. Installation of tent Jobs 2
9. Headwall and catch basin installation Jobs 2
10. RCPC Headwall and Catch Basin installation Jobs 3
11. Assist carpentry works Jobs 19
12. Excavate canal at ESA Jobs 1
13. Hauling of Boulders Jobs 5
14. Declogging of RCPC Jobs 7
15. Clearing of turnouts and desilting of canal Jobs 21

MOTORPOOL DIVISION

The City Engineer’s Office – Motorpool Division has maintained to provide the City’s vehicular fleet and equipment with the necessary repair and maintenance solutions for efficient public service delivery. It played a vital role in the over-all government operations. Major and minor repairs were conducted to keep its fleet up and running. The division also provides recommendations on spare part and accessory requirements of the various offices of the City Government. Breakdown of repairs and accomplishments are as follows:

Nature of Repair Light Vehicles & Equipment Heavy Equipment Motorcycles
Major auto-mechanical servicing 22 14 10
Minor Auto-mechanical servicing 589 427 37
Auto-electrical servicing 127 52 5
Preventive Maintenance 108 76 10
Welding & Fabrication and Paint Jobs 64 72 2
Total 910 641 64

This office has conducted 1,616 various repairs, maintenance and servicing of the city’s vehicles and equipment all in all for the year 2021. 910 services were conducted for Light vehicles and equipment gaining 56.50% of the total services rendered. 641 repair works and maintenance for Heavy equipment which is about 39.73% of the total services rendered. 64 motorcycle upkeep were also conducted coming around at 3.77% of the total motor pool works.

2021 Breakdown of Services of Vehicular fleet and equipment

The City’s vehicular fleet and equipment were categorized into Light, Heavy and Motorcycles at the discretion of the Motor Pool Division. Light Vehicles and Equipment includes SUVs, small trucks, vans, small non-vehicular units and similar units; Heavy vehicles and Equipment includes dump trucks, garbage trucks, Payloaders, Road Graders and the like. Motorcycles, as the name implies include all variants of motorcycles owned by the city government.

Nature of repair or servicing was also categorized into 4 categories namely- Major auto-mechanical servicing, Minor auto-mechanical servicing, Auto-electrical servicing, Preventive maintenance & Welding, fabrication and paint job.

The table above presents the summary of the City’s Vehicular and Heavy Equipment fleet and the services rendered on the latter. There are 14 Major Auto- mechanical repairs conducted on heavy equipment, 22 for light vehicles and 11 for motorcycles. 427 Minor mechanical repairs or maintenance conducted on heavy equipment, 586 on light vehicles and 35 on motorcycles. 42 Auto-electrical repairs were also piloted by this division on heavy equipment, 123 on light vehicles and five on motorcycles. 77 preventive maintenance works were also observed on heavy equipment, 101 on light vehicles and 6 on motorcycles. Likewise, welding, fabrication or paint jobs were done by this division, 72 works conducted on heavy equipment, 64 on light vehicles and 2 on motorcycles.

There is a slight decrease on motor pool works this 2021 compared to motor pool works on 2020. From last year’s 2,070 works, motor pool works dropped to 1,616 works. This drop may be deduced to a number of factors, two of which are the replacement of older vehicles with new ones and the reduction of operating hours caused by several aspects including the work from home scheme adapted by the City Government.

SPARE PART & MATERIAL REQUISITIONS DISPATCHED
City Engineer’s Office 294 requisitions
Other Offices 482 requisitions
Total 776 requisitions

The City Engineer’s Office has recommended 776 spare part or materials for requisition. 294 requisitions for the City Engineer’s Office and 482 requisitions for all other offices of the City Government combined.

 
Problems Encountered

Delayed spare parts availability and procurement has been a bit of a challenge for this division; in fact, even in the preceding years. It would take quite a while for spare parts to be procured and delivered, hampering the entire engineering operations. However, this is beyond the control of our staff considering the legalities involved in government procurement process under RA 9184.

The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has also been a problem for the motor pool division. “Work from home scheme” was employed by the city government to combat the threat of the disease, thus, reducing the labor force of this office, again, affecting motor pool operation. Procurement process was also affected by the perils of COVID-19.

Repair bay, repair equipment and tools are barely enough for the growing and aging city government’s vehicular fleet and equipment. Recent years have shown the dramatic increase of repair and maintenance work due to the aging and growing number of the city’s vehicles & equipment. Currently, there are only two sections of the repair bay intended for both mechanical 
& electrical works, one section for welding & fabrication and one for lubrication and preventive maintenance. Repair & maintenance might increase in the coming years given the present trajectory of motor pool works conducted.

Stockroom is too little for stocking. This office tends to stock materials needed for repair and maintenance for fast and accurate response to the needs of our clients. Still, stockroom size is barely enough to cater this demand.

Motor Pool office and stockroom are underequipped. This office operates with two usable computer sets; an improvement of last year’s one, however only one printer is available for both, thus, rendering the other computer set “useless”. Given the volume of office works and fast paced operation, one computer is barely enough to cater the demands of this office. Furthermore, there is still no data-based system employed in the stockroom due to the lack of computer set and the area by which it is to be operated resulting to an inefficient stocking scheme. Nevertheless, manual system of stocking has been employed particularly the labeling of items which made our work much more bearable to handle

 Recommendations

From the information presented, the CEO-Motor Pool division strongly and urgently recommends the construction of additional repair bay and stock room, equip shop with necessary machineries and tools for our mechanics and staff to meet the increasing demand of our clients and to provide a more efficient and quality service.

BUILDING PERMIT DIVISION

The Revised National Building Code of the Philippines, also known as Presidential Decree 1096 has been implemented by this office in order to enforce and/or ensure the observance and application of the proper guidelines and purposes of this Code within the locality of the City of Malaybalay. In 2021, the division accomplished the following: This division has processed and approved 475- Building Permits, 1,384- Electrical Permits, 203 – Occupancy Permits, 7- Excavation Permit, 0- Sign Permit and 1  Demolition Permits. It has accumulated a total of P 2,647,349.86 Building Permit Fees, P 395,212.00 for Electrical Permit fees, P 324,014.10 for Occupancy Permit fees, 0 for Demolition Permit fee, P 0.00 for Signage Permit fees and P 2,053.45 for Excavation Permit Fee .This division has also issued 92 notices of illegal construction in violation of PD 1096 and has taken photos as evidence for the said illegal construction. We have attended court hearings for cases filed at Fiscal’s Office and Monitoring on-going illegal constructions in various barangays, this division   also conducted inspection on existing old houses for electrical permit   applications only and site inspection of  building structures for Occupancy Permit.

The following are the summary and illustrations of the accomplishment for the year

2021.

Ancillary Permits Fees
Permanent Electrical Permit Temporary Electrical Permit Occupancy Permit Excavation Permit Demolition Permit Sign permit
January 0.00 24,310.00 12,000.00 889.2 Exempt. 0.00
February 0.00 64,310.00 22,200.00 1,164.25 0.00 0.00
March 0.00 34,320.00 36,249.55 0.00 0.00 0.00
April 0.00 23,452.00 30,749.55 0.00 0.00 0.00
May 0.00 28,028.00 8,400.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
June 0.00 47,762.00 9,600.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
July 0.00 47,762.00 38,200.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
August 0.00 21,164.00 3,400.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
September 0.00 26,884.00 23,300.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
October 0.00 27,742.00 9,515.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
November 0.00 31,460.00 15,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
December 0.00 18,018.00 115,400.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Total 0.00 395,212.00 324,014.1 2,053.45 0.00 0.00
Total Building Permit Fees
Residentia Commercial Institutional Industrial Agro- Industrial (Piggery) Fence Ancillary Others
January 66,946.88 137,537.71 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,453.94 37,199.2 0.00
February 41,738.10 100,478.3 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,039.16 87,714.25 0.00
March 40,324.17 152,048.32 0.00 0.00 0.00 10,898.84 70,569.55 0.00
April 66,921.31 347,527.09 0.00 0.00 0.00 892.67 5,4201.55 0.00
May 29,705.81 87,628.73 5,264.73 0.00 0.00 114,834.51 36,428.00 0.00
June 24,405.33 78,102.56 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,907.22 57,362.00 0.00
July 43,156.49 261,303.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,680.88 111,416.00 0.00
August 61,318.00 88,140.35 149,458.39 0.00 0.00 149,458.39 24,564.00 0.00
September 33,919.55 33,919.33 14,071.44 0.00 0.00 6,440.00 50,184.00 0.00
October 46,244.79 177,295.93 Exempt. 0.00 0.00 702.88 27,742.00 0.00
November 71,504.01 67,423.77 4,574.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 46,460.00 0.00
December 33,166.05 90,465.98 Exempt. 0.00 0.00 2,521.98 133,418.00 0.00
Total 559,350.49 1,621,871.35 173,369.55 0.00 0.00 292,758.47 737,528.5 0.00

Notice of illegal construction/violation is issued upon to concerned individual in violation of Section 301 of the National Building Code (PD 1096).

No. Month No. of Notices Serve
1. January 10
2. February 15
3. March 15
4. April 17
5. May 10
6. June 2
7. July 5
8. August 2
9. September 7
10 October 1
11. November 6
12. December 2
Total No of Notices Served 92

Temporary Electrical Permit

The Building Official created a special policy in consideration with the application for Electrical Permit classified as ‘Temporary Electrical Permit’.

This ‘Temporary Electrical Permit’ is applicable to indigenous dwelling owners who wanted to obtain a temporary electrical connection, which are basically located in public lands, and/or owned by private individuals.

The total approved Temporary Electrical Permit is 1,382 which generated a total collection fee of Php 395,212.00.

The issuance of ‘Temporary Electrical Permit’ has a great role in the implementation of the National Building Code of the Philippines, since it had helped lessen the number of illegal settlers, and/or even prevented the appearance of new illegal settlers in both public and private lands.

OTHER FUNCTIONS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

This Division is mandated to issue notices of Illegal Construction or Violation to those who construct a structure and/or building without securing a prescribed Building Permit.

In any instance or given time, that the person/s and/or entity concerned fail to comply or ignore the said notices, this office is required and obliged to file a complaint of “Illegal Construction” against the person/s and/or entity concerned to the Office of the City Prosecutor. And if the latter finds a probable cause, the complaint filed will be forwarded to the City Court of Malaybalay, and this Division will serve as the government witness to the case.

This Division also plays a vital role in relation to the issuance of Business Permit. Our job includes ocular inspection to the existing establishment or structure of the applicant, assess and evaluate the area and sees to it that the establishment or structure meet the minimum requirement and abides and complies with the rules and regulations of the National Building Code of the Philippines.

Regular monitoring and inspections are conducted in various barangays to ensure the proper implementation of the National Building Code of the Philippines, and perform all related duties and responsibilities from time to time.

Contact information

Mobile No.:

CEO-Admin: 0907-306-8839
CEO-Construction: 0935-981-5390
CEO-Maintenance: 0967-882-4306
CEO-Materials Quality Control & Monitoring: 0991-887-8339
CEO-Planning, Design & Programming: 0909-110-0961
CEO-Building Permit: 0926-834-7053
CEO-Motor Pool: 0977-024-5096

email account:

cgm.ceo.nada@gmail.com

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