PMO DPWH director for BARMM will meet with managers, stakeholders

DE Palo, Leyte, Engineer Najib D. Dilangalen, CEO VI, Deputy Director of Region 8 of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), traveled to Cotabato City to meet friends before taking office at a new post. Dilangalen said he would return to Manila on Sunday before taking on his new post as DPWH’s Project Management Office (PMO) regional director for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM). He said he was grateful and would always be grateful to new DPWH secretary Roger Mercado and Under Secretary Emil K. Sadain for the special order covering his new term of service.
Engineer Najib D. Dilangalen

Dilangalen said he would review the organizational structure of the new office created for DPWH functions and mandates not vested in BARMM – such as national road and bridge construction projects, as well as highway maintenance programs. national road networks within the BARMM. He indicated that he would then proceed with the organization of field work for the inventory of road networks which would fall under the competence of the DPWH-PMO RO newly created for the BARMM, under the direct operational supervision of Sadain. Dilangalen said Sadain will also determine the permanent DPWH PMO RO office for BARMM, as to whether it will be located in Zamboanga town or Cotabato town, or both towns. He said after his meeting with Sadain during his first week in office, he will pay a courtesy visit and possibly discuss common concerns with BARMM Public Works Minister Eduard Uy Guerra in the latter’s office. in Cotabato City. From there, Dilangalen said, he will meet with stakeholders on functions, mandates and technical skills, as well as other concerns and development goals of the new office. Engineer Dilangalen revealed it during a low-key lunch meeting he invited this writer and his family to. I almost felt flattered by the welcome that took place before his scheduled assumption of duty, and even before his courtesy calls with Bangsamoro officials. It was the first time this writer had met his family of professionals: his modest wife Bai Liah Nur; Dr Hashemi Nur Dilangalen, the only son, a daughter of a CPA lawyer and a daughter-in-law, who is also a medical doctor by profession, like her husband.

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