Bid Bulletin No. 1 (INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS)
A) CONSTRUCTION OF LABORATORY AND TECHNOLOGY BUILDING; AND B) COMPLETION OF LABORATORY AND TECHNOLOGY BUILDING (PHASE II)
To All Interested Bidders:
Please note of the following updates in our earlier ITB:
1. The pre-bid conference is moved from November 21, 2016 at 8:30 AM to November 25, 2016 at 10:00 AM.
2. Since we are having a re-bidding on our project Construction of Science and Laboratory Building (now with the title Construction of Laboratory and Technology Building to conform with what was stated in the GAA 2016), all bidders who participated in the failed project may participate in this new project without paying anymore the Php 50, 000.00 fee for the bidding document. Such waiving of fee is applicable even if the bidder this time will be on a joint-venture with other construction firm.
3. The awarding of the contract for the project Completion of Laboratory and Technology Building (Phase II) will be done upon approval of the GAA 2017.
4. A complete set of Bidding Documents (hard copy except for the plans which will be in soft copy) may be purchased by interested Bidders on November 17-25, 2016 from the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee for the Bidding Documents in the amount of fifty thousand pesos (Php 50,000.00). Soft copy of the bidding documents will be available in the Phil-GEPS until closing date
Postponement of 2016 NCE for Regions 1, 2, and CAR
The 2016 National Competitive Examination, which was scheduled on October 22, 2016 is postponed in Regions 1, 2, and CAR due to the impending Typhoon "Lawin" (International Name: Haima). The date of the examination has been moved to October 29, 2016.
PSHS-IRC joins campaign to end VAW
The faculty, staff, and students of Philippine Science High School-Ilocos Region Campus (PSHS-IRC) support the nationwide call to end violence against women (VAW).
Various information, education, and communication (IECs) materials containing pertinent information on VAW were posted on conspicuous places all over the campus.
“It is a saddening reality that we are still faced with such issues related to violence committed against women and even their children. Thus, it is important that, as an institution, we take part in intensifying the cause of this campaign even in our own little ways. It is our moral obligation to do so,” said Dr. Ronnalee N. Orteza, Campus Director.
With the theme “End VAW Now! It’s Our Duty!: Gains and Ways Forward,” the 18-day campaign is observed annually from November 25 to December 12.
According to the Philippine Commission on Women website, the objective of this annual event is to increase awareness among all stakeholders that VAW is a national concern. It supports the Philippine Government’s goal to guard the human rights of women and its commitment to addressing all forms of VAW.