THE Department of Public Works and Highways is finding ways for the contractor of a school building at Iponan National High School to complete the project the soonest time possible.
In a letter to Councilor George Goking, chair of the City Council committee on ways and means, the DPWH explained that one of the causes of delay is that the project site is situated at the farthest corner of the school site which was bounded by fences on its two sides and the covered court on one side leaving only one single side open for the entry and exit.
The situation was also aggravated by the weather since the start of the activities, most run-off water in the school premises were deposited in the project site and had made the soil very muddy.
Earlier, Goking made a follow-up with the DPWH regarding the project, after some school officials and parents sought his intervention on the delayed construction of the project. (sp)