CDC completes infra for Apec-A A +A
Saturday, August 16, 2014
CLARK FREEPORT ZONE -- The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) has completed several infrastructure projects including the makeover of the Clark Parade Grounds in preparation for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit next year.
The CDC Engineering, Construction and Maintenance Department (ECMD) stated that the improvements include the exterior re-painting works of the CDC Health Office, Clark Museum, Public Safety Department and Chapel 2 at the commercial area.
The Clark’s parks and playground equipment at the Bi-Centennial Park and Children’s Park were refurbished while the streetlights were replaced to LED-based lights.
Improvements were likewise undertaken on the drainage system along the locators area, which is comprised of almost 700 members.
In addition to these, the ECMD has provided 26 sets of trash bins and 11 sets of barbeque grill to be distributed around the parade grounds.
The Engineering department said these are included in the 22 maintenance related projects accomplished by the CDC-ECMD from January to July this year.
Two major projects were completed last early this year including the 120 meter Haduan Brigde, which connects village to Clark, and the erection of a Community Health Center.
The CDC spent some P7.5-million for the infrastructure projects.
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on August 17, 2014.