QUEZON CITY, Feb. 21 (PIA) -- The construction of living quarters for members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is nearing completion, according to the Department of Public Works and Highways-National Capital Region (DPWH-NCR).
The two multi-purpose buildings, which will serve as living quarters of the Enlisted Personnel (EP) of the AFP is now being fast-tracked by DPWH-NCR Quezon City Second District Engineering Office.
DPWH-NCR Director Ador G. Canlas said the new living quarters located inside Camp Aguinaldo in Quezon City is now 83 percent (83%) complete based on the report of the QC Engineering Office
"This billeting facility aims to uplift troop morale and ensure comfortable and conducive living quarters to the AFP enlisted personnel and their families," Canlas said.
Canlas said the five-storey buildings will have 44 units each with a floor area of 35 square meters (5 meters x 7 meters) and provision for garage at the ground level.
The Php233-million project is set to be completed in April 2020. (DPWH-NCR/PIA-NCR)