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45.5 M Building to Rise in CVSC Compostela
Posted by Glenn Bolaño on December 28, 2015 6:44 am
BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE. The new building moves to its final phase of construction as the administrative/academic heart of CVSC.
Compostela Valley State College (CVSC) will be moving to its new, state-of-the-art building… soon.
In its second year since being founded, CVSC Compostela will be home to a Php 45.5 M, two-storey building located in the heart of the municipality of Compostela, Compostela Valley Province.
The said infrastructure, made possible through the initiative of ComVal Rep. Maria Carmen S. Zamora, is set to be ready for occupancy by June 2016 and is already furbished with classrooms, laboratory, offices, and other rooms that will be used by the students of the college.
Pegged to be the heart of the administrative and academic affairs of CVSC, the ground breaking for the new building was held last May 7, 2015 and attended by Rep. Zamora, CVSC OIC President Dr. Jonathan A. Bayogan, Engr. Noel Basañes, Hon. Lorenzo L. Balbin Jr., mayor of the municipality of New Bataan, assistant district engineer of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) ComVal, Engr. Santiago P. Cruda Jr., Compostela municipal engineer, and Rev. Fr. Art Merida, assistant parish priest of Sr. Santiago Apostol Parish who led the blessing of the construction site.
Students and faculty members of the college expressed excitement as the new building becomes the beacon of progress and skyrocketing development of CVSC as it carves its name into the summit of academic excellence.