SLSU key officials back proposed 5-year infra projects
The key officials of Southern Leyte State University headed by Dr. Prose Ivy G. Yepes supported the proposed 5-year infrastructure projects during the first day of the 2018 Action Planning and Budget Preparation Workshop at Kuting Reef, Macrohon, Southern Leyte.
Around 140 infrastructure projects for five years were proposed yesterday. These projects will help the university to achieve its vision.
Among the worth noted projects for 2018 are engineering and technology mechatronics (Phase II), education building (Phase VI), printing press, grocery store, development of the SLSU-MC entrance, and installation of well and pump system and new electric power system.
The Institute of Arts and Sciences (IAS) building which is commonly known as the “U-Shape” was also perceived to be finished in 2018.
It was also proposed to have a solar power plant in 2022. This project aims to help the university to save fund and energy in the long run.
The Project Procurement Management Plan (PPMP) formulation was done in the afternoon of the first day of the workshop. Dr. Ludito V. Ramirez, Vice President for Academic Affairs, led the instruction services. Dr. Dewoowoogen P. Baclayon, in behalf of Dr. Francis Ann R. Sy, led the research, development and extension area. It was Dr. Ingrid M. Uy who led the PPMP formulation for the Income Generating Project (IGP).
Dr. Valerio B. Cabalo, Vice President for Administration and Finance, led the PPMP formulation of the GASS, finance and infrastructure projects. Dr. Juanita Costillas also led the PPMP formulation of the quality assurance office.