The modern Tiaong Convention Center will soon stand proud as the new gateway to Quezon province and Southern Tagalog and will make the residents, especially the millennials, look forward to its opening.
The new infrastructure landmark boasts of a modern architectural design, spanning an area of 48 meters by 83 meters with an approximate capacity of 3,000 people.
The Tiaong Convention Center is designed as a venue for educational, cultural, religious, commercial, and social functions including hosting big concerts, trade shows, and sporting events that can spark more development and economic, social, and cultural opportunities for the town of Tiaong and the rest of the Quezon province.
Department of Public Works and Highways’ (DPWH) Secretary Mark Villar cites a report from DPWH Regional Office 4A Director Samson L. Hebra saying that the P96-million convention center is nearing completion.
“With a current accomplishment rate of 70 percent, we are hopeful that the project finishes on time to pave way for economic opportunities for locals and contribute to the booming economy of Southern Tagalog Region,” Secretary Villar said.
Targeted for completion by August 2020, the Tiaong Convention Center in Quezon is funded under the 2019 Local Infrastructure Program (LIP) and implemented by DPWH Quezon Second District Engineering Office (DEO).
More infrastructure projects for completion this year are expected to boost local economies, such as the new Mindoro Island Circumferential Road, also known as Puerto Galera-Abra de Ilog Road, that is more than halfway complete and the ongoing road projects that cover six cities – Makati, Pasay, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Quezon City, and Caloocan – that are expected to decongest traffic.
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