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5D-GEOMAP: DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF GEOTAGGING

IN DPWH LAGUNA II DEO FROM BAY TO CALAMBA, LAGUNA

MARK EDISON SARMIENTO NAVAS

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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND AGRO-INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES LOS BAOS
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

DECEMBER 2016

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AND IMPROVEMENT OF GEOTAGGING IN DPWH LAGUNA II DEO FROM BAY TO
CALAMBA, LAGUNA prepared and submitted by MARK EDISON SARMIENTO
NAVAS in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
The author, Mark Edison Sarmiento Navas, was born on May 4, 1993 and currently
residing at Teresa, Rizal. He was the oldest of five children of Melba
and Gilbert Navas. His siblings are Charles Melbert, Esmeralda,
Angelbert, and Kimberly Navas. The author finished his primary
education at Teresa Elementary School in 2005 with honorary
awards, and his secondary education at Teresa National High School in 2009 as Valedictorian. He
graduated with awards and scholarships from several government offices after being the
topnotcher in the National Career Assessment Exam (NCAE) and passing the University of the
Philippines College Admission Test (UPCAT) for a degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil
Engineering in Los Baos. He was the first student in his secondary school to pass the UPCAT.
The author has been an active and well-rounded student throughout his life. He won several
competitions in chess and daMath in school, division, and regional levels. He was also an active
participant of Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge in school and division levels. He
received several awards in Mathematics, Science, English, and Social Sciences. He won as
champion in Poem Writing Contest in 2009 and in Street Jazz Dance Competition in 2012. The
author is a member of the University of the Philippines Civil Engineering Society and Philippine
Institute of Civil Engineers. He served as full-time missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints in Australia Brisbane Mission for two years. He plans to further his education
and career abroad after passing the licensure exam in Civil Engineering.
MARK EDISON SARMIENTO NAVAS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
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The success of the output of this study is dedicated to the following people who help with
their presence and support to make the entire research possible.
To Heavenly Father, who has been working to guide and teach me things that I need to
finish and accomplish in simple little steps to make a change and progress from this study.
To my great adviser, Engr. Kimjay Lamar, for molding me and my topic to the capacity
beyond my expectation and vision. You have been so diligent and wise. You are my amazing
mentor and teacher. Thank you for you are and for what you are achieving to become!
To my loving parents and siblings, who give moral and financial support for the entire
study. The whole research is one of the great fruit of all your sacrifices and consecrations to my
career.
To Sister Merlyn Mascion Augelio from Australia, Brisbane and to Sir Rommel
Bulalacao of the Institute of Computer Science, for helping me in my readmission in UPLB after
my full-time mission from Australia. I owe you a promise of acknowledgement and recognition
of your kindness. Thank you very much for your help and dedicated service to others.
To my friends, relatives, teachers, fellow classmates, acquaintances, and to all
members of the University of the Philippines Civil Engineering Society, for inspiring me to
believe that I will be able to succeed in the course I am taking and for bringing me the essence of
being a UP student! Your spirit lights my world in a brighter and clearer view of the future.
Thank you for all the memories and wisdom we have shared together. I will always treasure and
remember them in years to come. AIM HIGH WITH MIGHTY NOBLE GOALS!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TITLE PAGE
APPROVAL PAGE
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES
LIST OF APPENDICES
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LIST OF APPENDIX TABLES


LIST OF APPENDIX FIGURES
ABSTRACT xiv
1. INTRODUCTION 1
1.1. Background of the Field Practice
1.2. Significance of the Field Practice
1.3. Objectives of the Field Practice
1.4. Scope and Limitations of the Field Practice
1.5. Time and Place of the Field Practice
2. THEORECTICAL BACKGROUND
2.1. Department of Public Works and Highways Laguna II DEO
Project Management and Organization
2.2. Applied Geotagging in Civil Works in the Philippines
Department of Agriculture
Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Department of Social Welfare and Development
2.3. Geomapping in Civil Works
National Mapping and Resource Information Authority
3. MATERIALS AND METHODS
3.1. Method of Research
3.2. Data Collection
3.3 Instruments Used in the Study
3.4 Development of 5D-Geomap
3.5 Process Flow and Management of the 5D-Geomap
4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
4.1. Project Details and Information
4.2. Applied Geotagging
4.3. Development of 5D-Geomap
4.4 Process Flow and Management of the 5D-Geomap
5. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
6. REFERENCES
APPENDICES

LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE
3-1
4-1
4-2

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Flowchat of the development of 5D-Geomap
Shifting of Google Picasa to Google Photos
Development of Main Folders and Subfolders of 5DGeomap

4-3

Input of Latitude, Longitude, and Date Taken in the


Placemark Tab

4-4

Actual Icon of the Project Details and Information in the


Map

4-5

Folders of the Link Address in the Project Icon Description

4-6

Icon of the 5D-Project Information in the Main Folders

4-7

Export of the 5D-Project Information to KMZ-file

4-8

Folders of KMZ and KML files for Project Export

4-9

KMZ and KML files of Projects in the folder Bay

4-10
4-11
4-12

Three Suspended Projects in Bay, Laguna


Completed Projects in Bay, Laguna
The 5D-Geomap using Google Earth located in Bay,
Laguna

4-13

The 5D-Geomap using Google Earth located in Los Baos,


Laguna

4-14

The 5D-Geomap using Google Earth located in Calamba,


Laguna

4-15

Expected Output of the 5D-Geomap under DPWH Laguna


II DEO

4-16

Flowchart of the Management of 5D-Geomap


LIST OF APPENDICES

APPENDICE
S
A
B

PAGE
Details and Information of Project in Los Baos, Laguna
Details and Information of Projects in Bay, Laguna
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Details and Information of the Projects in Calamba,


Laguna

D
E
F
G-1
G-2

Geotagged Photos of the Projects in Los Baos, Laguna


Geotagged Photos of the Projects in Bay, Laguna
Geotagged Photos of the Projects in Calamba, Laguna
Evaluation of On-the Job Trainee in Maintenance Section
Evaluation of On-the Job Trainee in Quality Assurance
Section

G-3
G-4

Evaluation of On-the Job Trainee in Construction Section


Evaluation of On-the Job Trainee in Planning and Design
Section

G-5
Certification of On-the-Job Training

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
NAVAS, MARK EDISON SARMIENTO. College of Engineering and Agro-Industrial
Technology, University of the Philippines Los Baos. December 2016. 5D-Geomap:
Development and Improvement of Geotagging in DPWH Laguna II DEO from Bay to
Calamba, Laguna.

Major Adviser: Engr. Kimjay M. Lamar


Geomapping is the process of adding geotagged photos, videos, or other media in a
geological map. This includes geotagging or marking a photo, a video, or a media with a
geographic location and information such as time, elevation, latitude, longitude, and other
geographical identification. This paper presents the 5D-GeoMap of all the projects handled by
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the Department of the Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Laguna II District Engineering
Office from 2014 to 2016 in Bay to Calamba, Laguna. The information and location of the
projects were first gathered from the Engineering Office and the 3D-photos were geotagged in
each site. All the data were then processed to develop a 5D-GeoMap and each project details
and information were added and checked. The 5D-GeoMap was made from 3D-geotagged
photos, time, and cost. The process flow of manipulation was also discussed. The result were
forwarded to the UPLB Department of Engineering and DPWH Laguna II DEO.

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1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of the Field Practice

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is one of the government
agencies responsible for providing and managing quality infrastructure facilities and services
responsive to the needs of the Filipino people in pursuit of national development objectives
(DPWH Vision, 2016). According to the Regional Office and District Engineering Office
Assessment Rating CY 2015, DPWH Region IV-A has 86.33% rating in their performance in the
reviewed construction of roads, bridges, and flood control systems. DPWH Laguna Second
District ranked 7 out of 15 District Engineering Offices in Region IV-A with the performance
rating of 84.16%.
Geotagging, or the method to provide information such as location and time in a media
such as photos, became the latest technology to monitor these government projects (Gonzales,
2013). Geotagging provides a lot of geographical information such as distances, elevations,
areas, volumes, and three-dimensional perspective of a project. When it is used with Picasa and
Google Earth, geotagging can produce geomaps. Gebhardt, in his article about Caragas
Geographic Information System Network, cited the aim to maximize the potential of
geotagging including the development of maps (Gebhardt, 2015).
The development and improvement of geotagging technology to geomapping affects
several government agencies in monitoring departmental projects. The Department of the
Agriculture took the advantage of the technology to monitor projects in Mindanao while the

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Department of Environment and Natural Resources used the process in the National Greening
Program in Bicol.
The World Bank (2013) cited that geomapping or creating maps from the geotagged
photos solves the problem of miscommunication and false information within a government
agency. In addition, the geomaps from geotagging provides more developed process that is costefficient and safe, easy reference, and transparent.
In this study, geotagging in DPWH Laguna II DEO will be developed and improved to
5D-Geomap within the boundaries of Bay to Calamba, Laguna. The 5D-Geomap will provide the
three-dimensional view, time, and cost of all the projects. It will serve as the most basic model
for the agency and all the individual involved.

1.2 Significance of the Field Study

This study will help to improve the performance and communication of DPWH Laguna
Second District Engineering Office by developing a 5D-GeoMap using geotagging. The
geographical identification collected using geotagging will be the basis of the progress of each
project in the entire project duration. With the addition of the project details and information in
the 5D-GeoMap, each engineer will have more access to the project planning and design,
construction progress, quality assurance difficulties, and maintenance requirements. Also, other
sections in the District Office such as the Office of the District Engineer, the Accounting Section,
and the Administration Section, can monitor the development of all the district projects from the
initial to the final process.

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The 5D-GeoMap will improve the methods and technology used by DPWH to shorten the
time of accurately locating and monitoring projects and to avoid inaccurate data of the project
construction. The geographical identification will help to prevent false information such as
made-up date of project photos, fictitious projects, and overlapping infrastructures. This will
serve as the most basic model for the client and agency involved to monitor, modify, and
improve the project management in the construction. The geotagging will also reduce the amount
required for manpower, time, cost, and effort in validating and accessing information about the
project. It will help to maintain safe inspection and supervision of those project with high
security risk and high difficulties in mobility.
Therefore, this study can be a means of DPWH to become more effective and efficient
government agency, improving the life of every Filipino through quality infrastructure. (DPWH
Mission, 2016)

1.3 Objectives of the Field Practice

The general objective of this study is to develop and improve the geotagging in the
Department of Public Works and Highways Region IV-A Laguna Second District Engineering
Office in a 5D-Geomapping from the projects in Bay to Calamba, Laguna. Specifically, the study
aims to achieve the following:

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1. Conduct data gathering from Planning and Design Section, Construction Section, Quality
Assurance Section, and Maintenance Section, for the project details and information to be
geotagged;
2. Perform applied geotagging in national roads, school buildings, bridges, flood control
systems, and other multi-purpose infrastructures based on the acquired data;
3. Develop a 5D-GeoMap for all geotagged projects of DPWH Laguna II DEO from Bay to
Calamba, Laguna using computer applications; and,
4. Explain the process flow and management of the 5D-GeoMapping based on the manuals
provided by the DPWH.

1.4 Scope and Limitations of the Field Practice

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This study is focused on using the process of geotagging in DPWH Region IV-A Laguna
Second District Engineering Office for projects located from Bay to Calamba, Laguna to develop
a 5D-Geomap. This study is conducted from June to December 2016 under the supervision of
DPWH Laguna II DEO in Lalakay, Los Baos, Laguna. Transportation and schedule of site visits
are limited to the availability of the project engineers and the researcher. Project details and
information are also limited to the data provided by DPWH. Amendments and change orders in
architectural plans and design of the projects are not considered in the study prior to the data
gathered by the researcher. The development of the 5D-Geomap focuses only the 3D-photos,
cost, and time of the applied geotagging, on national roads, bridges, school building, flood
control systems, and multi-purpose buildings.
The device used in the study is a smartphone with a minimum technical specifications for
accurate applied geotagging. The applications used are limited to MyTracks, Google Map, and
GPS Status for the smartphone, and Google Picasa and Google Earth for the computer. The focus
of the applied geotagging is to provide latitude and longitudinal coordinates, time, bearing, and
place names of the project. The focus of the geomapping is to provide a 5D-Geomap using the
information of the projects in data gathering and in the applied geotagging only. Future progress
and problems are not taken into account. Also, the development of the application for the
analysis of the data gathered is not included in this study.
The study is assumed to conform to the traditional planning process of the government
projects in providing data and applied geotags. This study only provides the 5D-Geomap and the
process of 5D-Geomapping based on the government manuals in monitoring and project
supervision.

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1.5 Time and Place of the Field Practice

The development of 5D-GeoMap using geotagging is done from June to December 2016
in all projects under the Department of Public Works and Highways Region IV-A Laguna Second
District Engineering Office located from Bay to Calamba, Laguna. The projects are taken from
the Planning and Design Section, the Construction Section, the Quality Assurance Section, and
the Maintenance Section. The geotagging of each project is done in different timetable and
weather.

2. THEORETICAL BACKGROUND

2.1. Applied Geotagging

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Geotagging or the process of adding geographic identification to a photo, a video, or a
media using smartphones and tablets has been very useful nowadays in the field of civil works.
With the use of Global Positioning System (GPS)enabled camera, geotagging
application, and other geotagging technology, the geographic identification such as latitude and
longitude coordinates, altitude, bearing, distance, accuracy data, place names, and time or date
taken, can be attached to a desired photo of an object or a construction project. This process of
determining geographic data of construction projects can replace the traditional techniques of
surveying and can solve problems involving accessibility, manpower, resources and security
concerns. (WorldBank, 2013).

2.2. Geotagging as used by the Philippine Government

Department of Agriculture
In the Philippines, the government agencies have been using the geotagging technology
to improve the planning, construction, quality assurance, and maintenance phase of the
government infrastructures. The Department of Agriculture (DA) used the geotagging technology
to inform Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in its use in project monitoring of the Philippine
Rural Development Program (PRDP). The Department of Agriculture emphasized the capacity of
the geotagging technology to promote transparency in the projects procurement process, to
provide accessibility through a virtual visit of the actual 3D-project from distant and low
mobility areas, and to innovate management and negotiation among its contractors providing
sufficient training and engagement in using geotagging (De Mesa, 2014). The DA-PRDP has
developed its own camera application known as PRDP AGT Geo-tagging Camera Android Apps

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to protect the validity of its geotagged photos. The Philippine government has now considered
the DA-PRDPs Mindanao Rural Development Program Phase 2 as an award-winning program
in initiating the use of geotagging in its local area (DA-PRDP, 2014).

Department of Environment and Natural Resources


The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Bicol utilized
geotagging to monitor National Greening Program (NGP) and to implement forestry laws in the
province. The technology has been introduced in different areas in Bicol to train local foresters to
process geographical information of places with reforestation and deforestation (DENR, 2013). It
aims to use the technology to monitor seedling growth and mortalities for replacement with new
seedlings in NGP sites and to establish reforestation initiative suitable for climate change
mitigation strategy that enhance the countrys forest stock. DENR launched the NGP to reduce
poverty and provide livelihood activities among the local citizens (DENR, 2014).

Department of Social Welfare and Development


The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) took advantage of
geotagging to supervise community-related projects from local organizations and to monitor
antipoverty projects in the country (Balana, 2014). The Project Information Management System
(PIMS) developed by DSWD allowed them to geotag and to geomap spatial data to implement
projects such as school buildings, day care centers, and livelihood trainings, in the poorest
communities in the country. DSWD has been promoting its community-driven development
(CDD) approach to boost the use of the system in the country (Agua, 2014).

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2.3. GeoMapping and the Philippine Government

The rise of the traditional survey mapping technique to the use of modern mapping
equipment to digital 3D mapping, built a tion [or a state or a quality] to architects, structural
engineers, and general contractors (BOWEN, 2005, 45).
A Geographic Information System, also known as GIS, is a system where geographical
identification of an object can be analyzed, edited, stored, shared, and displayed to create many
operations that are easy to visualize. Geomapping is the process of GIS to map geotagged
photos, videos, and other media in a geographical map using geomapping applications such as
AutoCAD 3D-Mapping software, Google Earth Pro, and GeoMapApp 3.6.3. Geomapping, like
geotagging, operates the Global Positioning System to obtain satellite-based maps to position
geotagged photos with their respective latitude and longitude coordinates. Geomap can also
include specific information such as time or date taken and cost of the projects. The 3Dgeotagged photos, the time-dimensional aspect of the project, and the construction cost, are the
components of the 5D-GeoMap.
The Geomap is very useful in variety of ways in civil works. It provides detailed
information of projects in an area use in statistics, analytical analysis, and geographical
computations. It is also used to determine points, lines, polygons, areas, and volumes, which
provides patterns and issues in improving urban planning and development. A Geomap can be
used to monitor state of the environment and condition of the climate before and after events
such as earthquake, tsunami, and other catastrophe. With the 5D-GeoMap, it will provide the
needed 3D-photographic feature of construction projects together with their time or date taken

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for transparency and total project cost for consistency of information.
National Mapping and Resource Information Authority
Under the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the National Mapping and
Resource Information Authority (NAMRIA) is a government agency that provides surveying
and mapping services, training on Geographic Information System, technical assistance on GIS
development and certifications to various data, and technical equipment such as Global
Positioning Systems or GPS (NAMRIA homepage, 2016). Mapping and surveying in NAMRIA
includes hydrographic surveying, physical oceanographic surveying, geodetic surveying,
topographic or photogrammetric surveying and land classification surveying.
Some of the GIS projects developed by NAMRIA are the Philippine Geoportal System,
School Profiling for DepEd, historical and heritage sites, tourism sites and establishments for
DOT-Reg 3, and Forestry Statistics. The maps provided by the agency are topographic maps,
thematic maps, land condition maps, land cover, land use, cadastral maps, route or road maps,
tourist maps, soil maps, and mineral maps.
Geomapping and geotagging has been an essential technology that provides 3Dgeotagged photos with geographical identification circulated in a single informative map. From
the local government agencies to the local studies, geomapping and geotagging has only been
part of an arising advancement in technology in monitoring and supervising infrastructures. With
an enhancement of the functions of geotagging and geomapping, this study focuses on the
development of the 5D-geomapping providing the use and implementation specifically to the
Department of Public Works and Highways Laguna II District Engineering Office. The 5DGeomap will supersede the use of other maps in providing more accessible information in
monitoring the progress of national infrastructures and a basis for national decision-making and

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success.

3. MATERIALS AND METHODS

The study was divided into 4 main parts: 1) Data Gathering 2) Applied Geotagging 3)
Development of 5D-Geomap and 4) Process Flow and Management of the 5D-Geomap. Under
the applied geotagging, there are 4 subprocesses based on How To Guide Applied Geotagging
Tool by Belamide (2013): 1) Preparation of equipment, 2) Establishing a secure GPS signal, 3)
Record track from an access point to start of project, 4) Record tracks of projects at intervals and
capture images at different directions and 5) Processing of geotagged files. Under the
development of 5D-Geomap, there are 4 subprocesses: 1) Preparation of applications and data in
the computer 2) Establishing specified map location 3) Uploading of 3D-geotagged photos 4)
Adding time and cost of the projects and other important information for construction. Figure 3-1
summarized the methods used in this study.

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Figure 3-1 Flowchart of the Development of the 5D-Geomap


3.1 Data Gathering

A permission to conduct the study from the DPWH Region IV-A Laguna Second
Engineering District Office is requested through a letter addressed to the District Engineer. Upon
approval, the collection of data are carried out throughout the research coodination. The
participants are compromised by the geodetic engineers, section engineers, and chief section
engineers who are involved in the Planning and Design Section, Construction Section, Quality
Assurance Section, and Maintenance Section.
Project details and information are requested in each section. Project details and
information includes project identification number, project description, number of days of
construction, expected project completion, lowest calculated bid, contractor, project status,
project engineers and inspectors, and remarks. Projects were tabulated according to location.

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3.2 Applied Geotagging

The geotagging is done using a smartphone or a tablet with geotagging applications such
as My Tracks, GPS Status, and Google Map. The applied geotagging requires a Global
Positioning System (GPS) enabled camera with a Minimum Technical Specifications stated in
Table 3.1 (Magboo, 2014).

Table 3.1 Minimum Technical Specifications for Applied Geotagging (Magboo, 2014).

MINIMUM TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
OS
Android v4
Processor
Ram
Internal Memory
External Memory
LCD multi-screen
3.2 inch display
Camera
Network
Wifi
Bluetooth
GPS
Micro USB Port
Audio/headset jack
SIM card slot
Battery

Jellybean
1.2 GHz Dual Core
512 MB
4 GB
32 GB
3 MP
2G/3G

Lihium Ion
(Up to 8 hours)

After the installation of the applications, the smartphone GPS is enabled on the

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site and the GPS signal is checked using the GPS Status application. The GPS signal icon should
be indicated in the smartphone before the application of the geotagging. The Google Map is also
used to check the GPS signal to locate the project based on the data provided. The assumed
location and distance of the project should be determined in the Google Map from the position of
the smartphone in the Global Positioning System of the Earth.
The application MyTracks is used after establishing a secured GPS signal and locating
the project in the site. A map with the location of the smartphone should also be seen in
MyTracks screen. Using MyTracks icons, the Play, Stop, and Pause functions are used to
record road tracks and be saved in a keyhole mark-up language (kml)-file type. Other
infrastructures such as school buildings, bridges, flood control systems, and multi-purpose
buildings, are geotagged using the Take a photo function of MyTracks that will saved the
photos in a geotagged jpeg-file type. The files are exported and saved by folders according to the
location and description of the project. The folders of geotagged photos and kml-files are
transferred in a computer after the applied geottagging is done.

3.3 Development of the 5D-GeoMap

Computer applications such as Google Picasa and Google Earth or Google Earth Pro are
used in developing a 5D-Geomap after the application of geotagging in each project.
Accessibility to the internet should be secured to obtain the desired map location. The desired
map can be downloaded or accessed directly using the Google Earth. Both applications Google
Picasa and Google Earth is used simultaneously to develop the map.
The geotagged files are synchronized in Google Picasa and arranged according to the
location and description such as Los Baos, Bay, Calamba, and On-Going, Completed,

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Suspended respectively. Tags are also provided such as Planning and Design Section,
Construction Section, Quality Assurance Section, Maintenance Section, bridge, school building,
flood control system, roads, and other infrastructure. Other details and information of the project
are also added to Google Picasa specifically such as the description, cost, and the contractor.
After the editing and organizing of the projects, the geotagged files are exported as keyhole
mark-up language zipped (kmz)-file type and synchronized with Google Earth.
The development of the 5D-Geomap is utilized using Google Earth and the kml- and
kmz-files from the Google Picasa with the geotags and geographical identification. By clicking
the desired geotags or folders in Google Picasa and setting the files in View in Google Earth,
the files are located accurately in Google Earth with the project details and information provided.
Also, Google Earth is used to determine the range of time for constructing each project in the
time-position function of the application. Development of road and infrastructure is identified
using the developed 5D-Geomap through the tracks and update of the project construction.

3.4 Process Flow and Management of the 5D-GeoMap

The process flow of the 5D-Geomap will be the same process flow of the project being
handled by the DWPH Laguna II DEO. Planning section will initiate geotagging of the 3Dphotos in different direction with the time or date taken and provide the cost and details about all
the projects from Bay to Calamba, Laguna. The 5D-Geomap will be developed and checked by
the Chief Planning Head. The 5D-Geomap will then be used by the Construction Section for
transparency with the Planning Section and the contractor in the sites. Project Inspectors and

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Project Engineers will geotagged photos for the 5D-Geomap from the time of their visits for
update of the construction progress. The progress will be monitored and also used by the Quality
Assurance Section for further details to be added in the geomap such as total project testing cost
and additional quality assurance related maintenance cost. After the project is constructed and
checked by the Project Engineer, the Maintenance Section will provide necessary update of
geotagged photos such as defects in roads, buildings, flood control systems, bridges, and other
government infrastructures.
The 5D-Geomap will be accessed by all sections in DPWH Laguna II DEO via Internet
connection and the privacy and confidentiality will be strictly execute within the District Office.
The 5D-Geomap will then be subject to the modification of the District Office Engineer for more
innovation in the project construction.

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4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

4.1 Data Gathering for Project Details and Information

The project details and information were obtained in the Planning and Design Section
and Construction Section of the DWPH Laguna II DEO from July to August 2016. The details
and information include project identification number, project description, number of days for
construction, expected completion date, lowest calculated bid, contractor, status as of August
2016, project engineer and inspector, and remarks. The project details and information was
tabulated in Microsoft Excel and Table 4-1 shows the sample heading for each project.
Table 4-1. Heading of the Project Details and Information in Microsoft Excel

There are 75 projects located in Bay to Calamba, Laguna. The projects included roads,
bridges, flood control systems, DepEd school buildings, and other building infrastructure. The
projects were divided into 26 projects in Los Baos, 16 projects in Bay, and 33 projects in

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Calamba. Appendix A, B, and C showed the details and information of each project in Los
Baos, Bay, and Calamba areas.
According to the project details and information, there are 15 completed projects in Los
Baos, 7 on-going projects, and 4 suspended projects. In Bay, there are six completed projects,
seven on-going projects, three suspended projects. In Calamba, there 13 completed projects, 13
on-going projects, 7 suspended projects.

4.2 Applied Geotagging

The projects were geotagged from different days in several months according to the
availability of the transportation provided by the DPWH. These site visits happened during
September to November 2016. There were more or less six days in total to geotag 75 projects.
The number of projects that can be geotag per day varies according to the weather condition,
location, proximity, and time allotted per day.
The projects were located and geotagged using a smartphome VIVO V3 and camera
application MyTracks. With a GPS connection, MyTracks positioned the location of the
researcher in Google Map. The application of geotagging in each project is done according to the
type of the project. All projects except the road or pavement infrastructure were geotagged as a
jpeg file. On the other hand, roads and pavement infrastructure were recorded and geotagged by
laying-out the total length of the project and were produced as keyhole markup language or kmlfile. Keyhole markup language zipped (kmz) and kml are developed in order for the geographical
identification of a geotagged media be recognized in Google Earth.

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The geotagged photos were compiled in folders according to their project description and
location. Three main folders in the computer named as Los Baos, Bay, and Calamba, contained
these compiled folders of each project that were distinguished by their project identification
number. Three projects obtained in DPWH were not able to be located because of suspension due
to change area.

4.3 Development of 5D-Geomap

The method proposal of this study was to use Google Picasa to link jpeg-geotagged
photos to Google Earth. Last May 1, 2016, Google shut down Google Picasa and other Google
applications and replaced it with Google Photos which take over all photos in Google websites.
Figure 4-1 showed the interchange of Google Photos from Google Picasa.

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Figure 4-1 Shifting of Google Picasa to Google Photos

Google Photos does not have the same feature of Google Picasa that synchronize pictures
to Google Earth. The asserted problem is the inability of jpeg-geotagged photos to be recognized
in Google Earth without Google Picasa or without converting it to kmz. Other recommended
alternative apps have some features of Google Picasa but do not synchronize to Google Earth
with the geotagged information. Also, there are no free converter of jpeg to kmz file except the
Google Earth.
In order to resolve the problem, the researcher maximized the feature of Google Earth in
developing 5D-Geomap using jpeg and kml files obtained in MyTracks. Google Earth is an
application that can export jpeg-geotagged pictures directly into a kmz-file. Figure 4-2 showed
the first process of the development of the 5D-Geomap using Google Earth.

Figure 4-2 Development of Main Folders and Subfolders of 5D-Geomap

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The first step of the development of 5D-Geomap using Google Earth was the formation
of the main folders based on the location such as Los Baos, Bay, and Calamba. The map in the
Google Earth was specified to the above location in Laguma. The main folders in the left pane
contained subfolders that were named as ON-GOING, SUSPENDED, and COMPLETED. The
main folders and subfolders determine the status of the project depending on the reported
progress of the project construction. A project can be transferred to ON-GOING to
SUSPENDED, ON-GOING to COMPLETED, or SUSPENDED to ON-GOING, after some
changes in the construction occur. This feature of the 5D-Geomap can be attributed to the timedimensional of the project in a large scale of the project status.
After the formation of the main folders and subfolders, the 3D-geotagged photos were set
to be placemarks in the map. Figure 4-3 showed the information needed in the setting of
placemark based on the geotagged information. Coordinates and time-dimension were imported
in each placemarks to set the exact project location. And then, project details such as the
description, cost-dimension, contractor, and remarks, were also imported in the Placemark
Description. Figure 4-4 showed the project icon with the project details and information. The
link of other geotagged photos and document were also provided in the icon description.

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Figure 4-3 Input of Latitude, Longitude, and Date Taken in the Placemark Tab

Figure 4-4 Actual Icon of the Project Details and Information in the Map

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The link provided in Figure 4-4 can be replaced by a website that can contain all
geotagged photos and other information about the specific project. Folders can be created in the
website according to the date or time taken of geotagging the project in its construction site. The
information in the icon can be attributed from the planning and design stage of the project
proposed location to the construction stage of the approved project. Update in the folders can be
asserted to a small-scale time-dimension of the project as the construction progresses from
regular site visits for checking of the project status.
The project used in the example was in the category of COMPLETED that can be seen in
the left pane of the Google Earth. The project was the widened road located in Jamboree Road in
Los Baos, Laguna. The project contained both jpeg-geotagged photos and kml files that
described the length of the road and the image of the road in points of placemarks. Figure 4-5
showed the folder created in the link provided in the icon description and the folders created
based on the month and year the photos were labeled and geotagged.

Figure 4-5 Folders of the Link Address in the Project Icon Description

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After setting the placemarks and adding of details and information of all the geotagged
projects, the 3D-photo with the cost-dimension and time-dimension were exported as kmz-file.
To do this, the icon in the left pane of the Google Earth was right-click to Save Place as and
was saved to designated location for folders of kmz and kml files. In this case, Figure 4-6, Figure
4-7, Figure 4-8, and Figure 4-9, showed the process of exporting the organized 5D-project
information into Google Earth kmz-file.

Figure 4-6 Icon of the 5D-Project Information in the Main Folders


Figure 4-7 Export of the 5D-Project Information to KMZ-file

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Figure 4-8 Folders of KMZ and KML files for Project Export

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Figure 4-9 KMZ and KML files of Projects in the folder Bay
KML and KMZ files from the main folders of Los Baos, Bay, and Calamba were
compiled to the link provided in the icon description and dragged in their designated folders in
the Google Earth. KMZ and KML files of each project were arranged according to their project
ID number. In the figure shown above, the projects were arranged in numbers accordingly for
easy reference, but can be arranged using their project identification number.
The project icon can be seen in the map as long as the box in the left pane of the Google
Earth is checked. Figure 4-10 showed the effect of the checked box in the SUSPENDED folder
in Bay folder and Figure 4-11 showed the COMPLETED projects in the Bay, Laguna. The
SUSPENDED folder in Bay has the lowest number of projects in the subfolders of the main
folders.

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Figure 4-10 Three Suspended Projects in Bay, Laguna

Figure 4-11 Completed Projects in Bay, Laguna

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The development of 5D-Geomap in Google Earth comprised the kmz and kml files that
include the 3D-image of the project, the dimension of time as the project construction progresses,
and the dimension of the cost according to the provided information from the DPWH District
Engineering Office. The 5D-Geomap can be transparent as the geotagged photos are provided in
the link in the icon description for the small-scale time dimension and in the left pane of the
Google Earth for the large-scale time-dimension. The status of the project can also be encoded in
the project description based on the percentage of the completed construction. Figure 4-12,
Figure 4-13, and Figure 4-14, showed the completed 5D-Geomap according to the location
encoded as kmz-file that can help to easily locate the project in the map, to check the current
status, and to verify certain project details and information.

Figure 4-12 5D-Geomap using Google Earth located in Bay, Laguna

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Figure 4-13 5D-Geomap using Google Earth located in Los Baos, Laguna

Figure 4-14 5D-Geomap using Google Earth located in Calamba, Laguna


With the figures above, the volume of the project in each location can be easily
determined. The main folder of Calamba has the highest number of projects while the main

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folder in Bay has the lowest number of projects. This information can provide the distribution of
the infrastructure construction and rural development according to the building scheme of the
government. The difference between the numbers of construction based on location can be the
basis of future development and improvement in each area. Also, the combined 5D-Geomap of
the three location can provide national modification for the number of projects built in a region,
which can provide the information about the allocation of national budget in DWPH based on the
cost and volume of the project construction in the specified region. Figure 4-15 showed the
sample 5D-Geomap using the pictures in Panoramio, a Google application which was also
replaced by Google Photos.

Figure 4-15 Expected Output of the 5D-Geomap under DPWH Laguna II DEO
The combination of the three locations for an entire 5D-Geomap requires a high
technology of computer to ensure the systematic organization of the data in the Google Earth.
The development of the 5D-Geomap as an improvement of the geotagging in DPWH Laguna II

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DEO can help the supervisors and engineers maximize the efficiency of cost, time, and
management of the project in the actual construction by utilizing Google Earth in the computers
and smartphones in each section in DPWH.

4.4 Process Flow and Management of 5D-Geomap

The process flow and management of the 5D-Geomap was developed and improved
based on the Manual on Construction Supervision provided by DPWH Laguna II DEO. Figure 416 showed the categories of the process of developing and utilizing the improvement of project
monitoring in the 5D-Geomap.

Pre-construction
Stage

familiarization of
the approved plans,
specifications, and
contract documents

Construction Stage

Completion Stage

review and
coordination of
project inspectors

pre-final inspection
of the project
engineer

schedule of
monitoring and
update of 5D-

issuance of the
approval and
completion of the

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development and
improvement of the
5D-Geomap
0

approval of project
information of the

review of approved
documentation of
the construction of

termination of the
project in the 5DGeomap

Figure 4-16 Flowchart of the Management of 5D-Geomap


The management is composed of the pre-construction stage or the planning and design
stage, construction stage, and completion stage or the maintenance stage. Each stage is
supervised by the chief of each section. The Planning and Design Section Chief supervises the
pre-construction stage. The Construction Section Chief and Quality Assurance Section Chief
supervise the construction stage. The Maintenance Section Chief supervises the completion
stage. Each section chief is the chief project engineer and can assign other project engineer
depending on the number of the projects in each section. Aside from the project engineer, the
chief project engineer assigns at least one project inspector working with the project engineer.
The pre-construction stage is composed of three processes. The first process is the
familiarization of the approved plans, specifications, and contract documents. In this process the
chief project engineer or an authorized engineer informs the Planning and Design Section about
the projects received from the Regional Office. This process is done through a conference or a
special meeting with other objectives. The second process is the development and improvement
of the 5D-Geomap by assigning the geodetic engineers in the geographical presentation of the
projects in the Google Earth. The developed 5D-Geomap is approved by the chief project

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engineer before syncing the information to Google Earth. This process also involves the
architects and engineer staffs of the Planning and Design Section.
The construction stage is composed of the review and coordination of project inspectors
to be assigned in each project by the construction chief. The project inspectors are responsible
for the regular visits of the on-going construction projects assigned in their responsibility. Thus,
the schedule of monitoring and update of 5D-Geomap is the second process of this stage. The
status update and uploading of geotagged photos according to the date taken is the main
responsibility of the project inspectors in the construction stage. The last process of this stage is
the review of approved documentation of the construction of the projects as the project is
reported to be completed by the contractor. The transfer of the project from the Google Earth
from ON-GOING to COMPLETED folder is done after the approval of the construction chief.
This stage is composed of the project engineers and project inspectors of the Construction
Section and Quality Assurance Section.
The completion stage is composed of the pre-final inspection of the project engineer. This
process is done to prevent false report and to sustain transparency in the construction and
documentation of the project before transferring to the Maintenance Section. The issuance of the
approval and completion of the project is done by the maintenance chief engineer by
certification. The termination of the project in the 5D-Geomap is also done after the project is
completed and decided to be replaced.
The process flow and management of the 5D-Geomap is subject to modification of the
section chief engineers according to the number of projects in their section. This process flow
should be a guide in maximizing the capacity and advantage of the 5D-Geomap in accomplishing
main goals of the District Engineering Office. The 5D-Geomap is a systematic guide in

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monitoring and processing the planning, designing, constructing, and maintaining infrastructure
projects in DPWH.

5. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION

The development and improvement of the 5D-Geomap using the 75 projects provided by
the DPWH was done using MyTracks and Google Earth. The 5D-Geomap was composed of the
3D-geotagged photos taken in the project site, the time-dimension in each geotags, and the costdimension obtained in the project details. The 5D-Geomap can also include the project
identification number, project description, construction days, expected completion date, lowest
calculated bid, contractor, status of the project, project engineer and inspector, and remarks. The
5D-Geomap can be transparent to all authorized individuals such as the supervisor, project
engineers and inspectors, geodetic engineers, architects, and contractors. It can lessen time, cost,
and effort, to monitor and to supervise the progress and change in the project construction.
However, the 5D-Geomap can be more improved by developing an application like
Google Picasa that automatically synchronize jpeg, kmz, kml files to Google Earth. The 5DGeomap in this study can be used to develop and improve the accessibility of the projects in
DPWH Laguna II DEO and can further enhance by creating DPWH application for geotagging
like the DA-PRDP geotagging camera app. With this comparison, further studies and

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advancement in technology is needed to develop a more integrated 5D-Geomap in DWPH
accessible to the public.

6. RECOMMENDATIONS

The scope and limitations of this study focuses on the development of the 5D-Geomap
using MyTracks and Google Earth in 75 projects of DWPH Laguna II DEO from Bay to
Calamba, Laguna. The researcher recommends further studies on:
1. Development of an application like Google Picasa that can be synchronize directly to
Google Earth and Google Maps
2. Improve 5D-Geomap using DA-PRDP geotagging camera app and to obtain an app to
recognize the PRDP geotagged photos.
3. Improve geotagging and geomapping by developing an application that convert jpeg
file to kmz file without losing the coordinates and geotagged information of each file
4. Conduct efficiency and effectiveness analysis of the 5D-Geomap in time and cost of
the project construction.

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APPENDICES

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APPENDIX A
Details and Information of Project in Los Baos, Laguna

ID

15DI015
8

15DI022
4

15DI019
4

MFO/PAP DESCRIPTION

Asset Preservation of National Roads - Preventive


Maintenance Based on Pavement Management
System/Highway Development and Management -4
(HDM-4), Tertiary Roads, Mt. Makiling Ecological
Garden Road K0061+(-352) - K0061+000;
K0061+000 - K0061+500;K0061+500 K0062+000; K0062+764 - K0063+000;
K0063+000 - K0063+580

Asset Preservation - Rehabilitation / Reconstruction


of National Roads with Slips, Slope Collapse, and
Landslide (S0173LZ) Mt. Makiling Eco Garden Rd.
K0062 + 750 - K0062 + 780

Construction/ Maintenance of Flood Mitigation


Structures and Drainage System - Construction of
Revetment / River Control in Maulawin Waterways,
Brgy. Batong Malake Los Baos, Laguna

CD

42

78

150

EXPECTE
D
COMPLET
ION DATE

09-03-16

12-08-16

23-06-16

LOWEST
CALCULA
TED BID

12,404,763.00

CONTRAC
TOR

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION

4,764,3
47.40

BHENLLABIEN
BUILDERS
CONSTRUCTION

9,555,1
11.97

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION
(FORMERLY:
KILUSANG
MAGKAIBIG)

Status of
Accomp.
Aug 15,
2016

PE/PI

REMAR
KS

100%

YOLANDA
AQUINO/
HERMOGE
NES R.
UBALDO

COMPLETED
W/
SUSPENSIO
N DUE TO
CHANGE
ORDER

100%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO/
LEANDRO
C. CARPIO

COMPLETED
w/
suspension
RROW
problem

50%

YOLANDA
AQUINO/
JANNE
GARCIA

on-going w/
suspension
due to
change of
plan and
site location

48

15DI020
1

16DI001
2

15DI022
1

15DI013
5

15DI013
6

15DI015
5

Network Development - Improvement/Widening of


National Roads Tertiary Roads, Makiling Park Road,
K0063 + 228 - K0064 + 000

Maintenance and Construction Services of Other


Infrastructure - Construction / Improvement of
Access Road Leading to Airports, Seaports, and
Declared Tourism Destinations - To Declared
Tourism Destinations, Mt. Makiling Eco-Tourism
Road Los Baos, Laguna

22,675,6
93.96

144

180

11-11-16

37,377,3
28.00

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION

5%

EDUARDO
L.
GALLARDO/
REMINGTO
N R. REYES

SUSPENDED
DUE TO
RROW
PROBLEM

16%

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO/
JIMMY
LACTANIN

SUSPENDED
, WAITING
FOR THE
CLEARANCE
TO START
FROM U.P.

100%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO/
REMINGTO
N R. REYES

COMPLETED
W/
SUSPENSIO
N DUE TO
SITE
PROBLEM

COMPLETED
(with
suspension)

30

1,934,3
00.00

PUREGOLD
CONSTRUCTION
& DEVT. CORP

Local Infrastructure Program - Construction /


Improvement of Multi-Purpose Building, Brgy.
Lalakay, Los Baos, Laguna

60

1,932,0
00.00

MAYOKINS
CONSTRUCTION

100%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO/
JANNE P.
GARCIA

Local Infrastructure Program - Construction of


Multi-Purpose Building, Brgy. Malinta, Los Baos,
Laguna

60

1,930,5
00.00

MAYOKINS
CONSTRUCTION

100%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO/
ROSSMON
D FULO

COMPLETED
w/
suspension

EDUARDO
GALLARDO/
REMINGTO
N R. REYES

COMPLETED
w/
suspension
DUE TO
CHANGE IN
SITE
LOCATION

Local Infrastructure Program - Concreting of Local


Road, Brgy. Maahas Los Baos, Laguna

Local Infrastructure Program - Construction of


Multi-Purpose Building, Brgy. Anos, Los Baos,
Laguna

60

26-05-16

1,939,0
77.00

PUREGOLD
CONSTRUCTION
& DEVT. CORP

100%

49

15DI020
3

16DI001
9

16DO00
29

15DI008
6

15DI011
5

15DI012
1

Local Infrastructure Program - Construction of


Multi-Purpose Building, Brgy. Tadlac Los Baos,,
Laguna

60

1,936,3
85.00

HARVEE
ENTERPRISES

Local Infrastructure Program - Construction of UP


Corps of Cadets Bldg., University of the Philippines
Los Baos, Laguna

135

01-09-16

9,583,2
30.00

PUREGOLD
CONSTRUCTION
& DEVT. CORP.

Construction of 2-Storey 4-Classroom, P. RIzal ES


(Putho ES), Los Banos, Laguna

90

21-12-15

6,048,4
77.00

Power K
Construction
Supply &
Services

Construction of 3-Storey 6-Classroom, TuntunginPutho NHS, Los Baos, Laguna

( Construction of 2 Storey 4 Classroom) at


Proposed Stand-Alone SHS 11 (BN. Calara), Los
Banos< Laguna

Construction of 2-Storey 4-Classroom San Antonio


Elementary School, Los Banos

120

90

90

10,056,7
07.09

St. Gerrard
Construction

21-12-15

6,128,9
17.00

Power K
Construction
Supply &
Services

06-01-16

5,953,3
15.00

Power K
Construction
Supply &
Services

23-11-15

100%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO/
REMINGTO
N R. REYES

COMPLETED

18%

EDUARDO
L.
GALLARDO
/ JUDE
ALGER H.
LAZO

SUSPENDED
due to the
on going
negotiation.

100.00%

DENNIS E.
SANDOVAL
/ JANNE P.
GARCIA

COMPLETE
D

100.00%

EDUARDO
E.
GALLARDO
/ JANNE P.
GARCIA

COMPLETE
D

100.00%

DWIGHT
JOHN B.
ASTOM /
JES MORRIS
D. TOBIAS

COMPLETE
D

100.00%

DWIGHT
JOHN B.
ASTOM /
JES MORRIS
D. TOBIAS

COMPLETE
D

50

15DI017
4

15DI015
0

15DI017
2

15DI013
0

16DI009
6

14DI002
1

Construction of 4 Storey 12 Classroom, Proposed


Stand Alone SHS 9 (Lalakay ES), Los Banos

Construction of 2 Storey 6 Classroom, Proposed


Stand Alone SHS 10 (Bayog ES), Los, banos

Construction of 2 Storey 6 Classroom, Proposed


Stand Alone SHS 8 (Bambang ES), Los Banos

210

150

150

23-06-16

15-04-16

21,567,1
99.00

7,984,8
20.00

24-04-16

Puregold
Construction
Devt. Corp.

Miclover
General
Construction &
Iron Works

POWER K
CONSTRUCTION
SUPPLY &
SERVICES

210

19-05-16

26,170,2
10.00

Construction of 2-Sorey 4-Classrooms at San


Antonio Elementary School, Los Banos, Laguna

120

28-11-16

6,778,1
25.84

60

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION

7,991,7
46.00

Construction of 3-Storey 12-Classroom Bayog SHS,


Los Banos, Laguna

Repair and Maintenance of DPWH- Laguna II DEO


Bldg., Barangay Bambang, Los Banos, Laguna

Hexamindz
Corporation

1,235,0
00.00

11 DIAMOND
EAGLE
CONSTRUCTION

85.00%

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO/
JANNE P.
GARCIA

ON-GOING
W/30 CD
SUSPENDED
due to the
demolition
of existing
building

65.00%

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO/
ROSSMON
D M. FULO

ON-GOING
W/30 CD
SUSPENDED
due to the
demolition
of existing
building

100.00%

YOLANDA
T.
AQUINO
/JES
MORRIS D.
TOBIAS

COMPLETE
D W/30 CD
SUSPENSIO
N

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO /
ROSSMON
D M. FULO

ON-GOING
W/ 30 CD
SUSPENSIO
N

100.00%

100%

COMPLETED

CRISOSTO
MO
YALONG /
RAYMUND

COMPLETE
D

51

MUYA

16DI009
3

16DI065
1

16DI022
5

16DI024
3

POWER K
CONSTRUCTION
& SUPPLY
SERVICES

WAITING FOR THE


RELEASE OF FUND BID
OUT JULY 12, 2016

Los Banos RHU 2 (Batong Malake)

60

1,452,713.75

Construction of Maintenance of Bridges Along


National Roads Widening of Permanent Bridges to
More Than 2 Lanes Maulawin Bridge (B02508LZ)
Along Calamba-Sta. Cruz-Famy-Junction Road

90

14,102,615.50

St. Gerrard
Construction

50%

ON-GOING

Locally Funded Project Construction/ Repair/


Rehabilitation/ Improvement of Various
Infrastructue including Local Projects, Building, and
Other Structures Roads and Bridge, Construction of
Road Pili Drive and Rambutan Road, UP Los Baos,
Laguna Province

210

03-11-16

53,378,991.82

St. Gerrard
Construction

20%

ON-GOING

Locally Funded Project Construction/ Repair/


Rehabilitation/ Improvement of Various
Infrastructue including Local Projects Roads and
Bridges - Local Roads Upgrading/ Improvement of
Existing Asphalt Pavement and Construction of Two
Bridges, IPB Road, University of the Philippines Los
Baos, Laguna

225

05-01-17

53,098,850.77

WERR
CONSTRUCTION
INTERNATIONAL

45%

COMPLETE

52

16DI034
1

Locally Funded Project Construction/ Repair/


Rehabilitation/ Improvement of Various
Infrastructue including Local Projects, Roads and
Bridges, Local Bridges Construction of 2-Lane Prestressed Concrete Girder Bridge Pier and Soil
Erosion Mitigation Protection, UP Los Baos,
Laguna Bridge: STA.0+068.00-STA.0+128.00,
Bridge Length = 60.00K.M. Roads: STA.0+000.00STA.0+068.00, STA.0+128.00-STA.0+300.00 Roads
Length=0.30688 KM, Intersection: STA.0+048.65STA.0+155.53

325

30-04-17

62, 383,092.33

ARN BUILDERS,
INC./ GRANBY
TRADING &
CONSTRUCTION
(JV)

5%

ON-GOING

53

APPENDIX B
Details and Information of Projects in Bay, Laguna

ID

16DI000
7

15DI013
8

15DI019
5

MFO/PAP DESCRIPTION

Construction and Maintenance of Bridges along


National Roads - Widenning of Permanent Bridges to
more than 2 lanes, Calo Br. (B02512LZ) along Bay
Poblacion Rd. Bay, Laguna

Construction/ Maintenance of Flood Mitigation


Structures and Drainage System - Construction /
Improvement of Revetment / River Control in Bay
River, Brgy. Dila Bay, Laguna

Construction/ Maintenance of Flood Mitigation


Structures and Drainage System - Construction of
Revetment / River Control in Tabon Waterways,
Brgy. Sto. Domingo Los Baos &Bay Boundary,
Laguna

CD

156

EXPECTE
D
COMPLET
ION DATE

29-09-16

140

14-08-16

150

24-08-16

LOWEST
CALCULA
TED BID

18,852,8
06.80

CONTRAC
TOR

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION

19,032,8
00.00

R.D. MANDANAS
CONSTRUCTION

9,564,3
15.50

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION
(FORMERLY:
KILUSANG
MAGKAIBIG)

Status of
Accomp.
Aug 15,
2016

PE/PI

REMAR
KS

15%

YOLANDA
AQUINO/JE
S MORRIS
TOBIAS

SUSPENDED
DUE TO
RROW
PROBLEM
(+30C.D)

YOLANDA
AQUINO/
JANNE
GARCIA

on-going w/
suspension
due
suspension
due to lack
of access
road - (w/
change
order)

YOLANDA
AQUINO/
ANA
LOREL C.
AGUILAR

ON-GOING
w/
suspension
due to lack
of access

95%

45%

54

road

15DI021
6

16DI001
1

16DI002
0

15DI015
6

16DI006
9

Network Development - Off Carrageway


Improvement Including Drainage - Tertiary Roads,
Bay Poblacion Road, K0067 + (-1139) - K0067 + (604); K0067 + (-593) - K0067+ (-349), K0067 + 188
- K0067+665, K0067+665 - K0067+765, Bay,
Laguna

Construction and Maintenance of Bridges along


National Roads - Widenning of Permanent Bridges to
more than 2 lanes, Bay Br. (B02513LZ) along Bay
Poblacion Rd. Bay, Laguna

Construction / Repair / Rehabilitation / Improvement


of Various Infrastructure Including Local Projects Completion of the APEC Road, connecting the IPB
road to the Municipal Road of Bay, Laguna(Gov. F.T.
San Luis Road) Bay, Laguna

Local Infrastructure Program - Rehabilitation of


Multi-Purpose Building, Brgy. San Agustin Bay,
Laguna

Local Infrastructure Program - Construction /


Completion of Multi-Purpose Building, Barangay San
Nicolas, Bay, Laguna

185

29-08-16

46,439,3
65.00

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION

29-10-16

23,518,4
95.00

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION

16-09-16

22,941,8
02.00

ROSTEL
CONSTRUCTION
& SUPPLY

60

1,942,0
80.00

PUREGOLD
CONSTRUCTION
& DEVT. CORP

60

1,917,4
70.00

MAK-WELL
ENTERPRISES

167

120

42%

EDUARDO
GALLARD
O/ JES
MORRIS
TOBIAS

ON-GOING
w/
Suspension
due to rrow
problem

20%

DENNIS
SANDOVA
L/ JANNE
GARCIA

ON-GOING
W/
SUSPENSIO
N DUE TO
OBSTRUCTI
ON OF NIA
CANAL

72%

EDUARDO
GALLARD
O/ JIMMY
LACTANIN

ON-GOING
W/
SUSPENSIO
N

100%

EDUARDO
GALLARD
O/
ROSSMON
D FULO

COMPLETED
(with
suspension)

100%

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO
/ JUDE
ALGER H.
LAZO

COMPLETED

55

16DO00
29

15DI018
4

15DI011
1

15DI012
5

16DI000
9

Construction of Faculty and Staff Housing UP Open


University, Laguna 2nd LD

Construction of 3-Storey -6 Classroom, Nicolas L.


Galvez Memorial NHS (San Antonio NHS), Bay,
Laguna

Construction of 3-Storey 6-Classroom, Masaya NHS,


Bay, Laguna

Construction of 1-Storey-2-Classroom (Toilet


Attached) at Sto. Domingo ES, Bay, Laguna

Construction of 4-Storey - 20 Classroom at Masaya


Bay, Laguna

240

150

120

28-06-16

12-01-16

75

05-01-16

240

11-08-16

SUSPENDED
- WAITING
FOR THE
ISSUANCE
OF PERMITS
AND
CLEARANCE
S

82,328,1
96.61

JAIME B. CHING
ENTERPRISES

YOLANDA
T.
AQUINO/
ANA
LOREL C.
AGUILAR

10,395,2
00.00

Protech
Construction &
Development
Corp.

5.00%

EDUARD
O L.
GALLARD
O/
ROSSMON
D FULO

SUSPENDE
D DUE TO
SITE
PROBLEM
W/ BUFFER
FUND

100.00%

EFREN V.
DELA
TORRE
JR. /
CHRISTINE
G.
CALONSA
G

COMPLETE
D

100.00%

DWIGHT
JOHN B.
ASTOM /
JES
MORRIS D.
TOBIAS

COMPLETE
D

10,175,3
02.00

Power K
Construction
Supply &
Services

1,880,6
60.00

Power K
Construction
Supply &
Services

39,833,0
45.30

HEXAMINDS
CORPORATION

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO
/ JANNE
GARCIA

ON-GOING
W/
SUSPENSIO
N DUE TO
OBSTRUCTI
ON OF
EXISTING
BUILDING

56

(NTP
MARCH 14)

15DI028
1

15DI021
3

15DI016
5

Construction of Maintenance of Bridges Along


National Roads Widening of Permanent Bridges to
More Than 2 Lanes Maitim Bridge (B02508LZ) Along
Calamba-Sta. Cruz-Famy-Junction Road

Repair / Rehabilitation / Improvement / (Asphalt


Overlay)along Calamba-Sta. Cruz-Famy Junction
Road, Bay Section, K0064+562- K0065+987, Bay
Section

National Road Network Services - Rehabilitation/


Reconstruction/ Upgrading of Damaged Paved
National Roads including Dranaige based on
Pavement Management System Highways
Development and Management - 4(HDM-4) Poblacion Road, K0067 + (-349) - K0067 + 188 K0067 + 665

90

36

30

14-08-15

17-02-16

20-08-15

42,556,550,.07

9,686,3
65.20

164,041,103.88

C. T Leoncio
Construction and
Trading

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO
/ JANNE
GARCIA

ON-GOING

NEWBIG FOUR J
CONSTRUCTION
INC.

100%

EDUARD
O
GALLARD
O/
LEANDRO
C.
CARPIO, JR

COMPLETE
D

100%

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO
/ JANNE
GARCIA

COMPLETED

DSO
ENTERPRISES

57

APPENDIX C
Details and Information of the Projects in Calamba, Laguna

ID

MFO/PAP DESCRIPTION

CD

EXPECTE
D
COMPLET
ION DATE

LOWEST
CALCULA
TED BID

CONTRAC
TOR

Status of
Accomp.
Aug 15,
2016

PE/PI

REMAR
KS

58

15DI021
1

15DI019
1

15DI017
9

15DI022
3

16DI008
1

16DI000
6

Construction/ Maintenance of Flood Mitigation


Structures and Drainage System - Construction of
Revetment / River Control in San Juan River, Brgy. 2
Calamba City, Laguna

Construction/ Maintenance of Flood Mitigation


Structures and Drainage System - Construction of
Revetment / River Control in San Cristobal River,
Brgy. Banlic Calamba City, Laguna

Construction/ Maintenance of Flood Mitigation


Structures and Drainage System - Construction of
Revetment / River Control in Mayapa Waterways,
Brgy. Paciano Rizal Calamba City, Laguna

Local Infrastructure Program - Construction of MultiPurpose Building, Blk. 3 and 12, Villa Palao
Subdivision, Brgy. Banlic Calamba City, Laguna

Local Infrastructure Program - Construction of MultiPurpose Building, Barangay Licheria, Calamba City,
Laguna

Network Development - Improvement / Widening of


National Roads - Primary Roads Calamba - Sta. Cruz
- Famy Jct. Rd. including ROW - K0067+000 K0067+230, K0067+410 - K0067+580, K0067+850
- K0067+877

25-07-16

9,554,8
97.00

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION

14-08-16

19,010,6
13.76

HEXAMINDZ
CORPORATION

25-07-16

9,553,2
02.00

PUREGOLD
CONSTRUCTION
& DEVT. CORP.

45

1,462,7
38.41

ROSTEL
CONSTRUCTION
& SUPPLY

120

4,796,6
32.52

ST. GERRARD
CONSTRUCTION

162

19,853,8
70.10

DSO
ENTERPRISES

90

140

90

70%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO
/
ROSSMON
D FULO

on-going w/
suspension

71%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO
/ ANA
LOREL C.
AGUILAR

on-going w/
suspension
due to lack
of access
road

80%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO
/ ANA
LOREL C.
AGUILAR

on-going w/
suspension

100%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO
/ JES
MORRIS
TOBIAS

COMPLETED
(with
suspension)

27%

BONIFACIO
CORTEZ /
ABEGAIL
FUENTES

suspended
due to lack
of access
road

75%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO
/ JES
MORRIS
TOBIAS

ON GOING

59

15DI002
3

15DI006
6

15DI016
6

15DI016
5

15DI017
1

15DI007
4

Construction, Rehabilitation, Replacement,


Completion and Repair of Kindergarten, elementary
and Secondary School Buildings; a. Jose Rizal MS1,500,000.00 b. Jose Rizal MS- 1,714,000.00
Calamba City

Construction of 4-Storey 8-Classroom, Calamba


NHS, Calamba City, Laguna

Construction of 2-Storey 4-Classroom, Jose Platon


MS, Calamba City East I, Laguna

Construction of 2-Storey 4-Classroom, La Mesa


Elementary School, Calamba City East I, Laguna

Construction of 2-Storey 4-Classroom, Tiyani ES,


Calamba City East I, Laguna

Construction of 2-Storey 4-Classroom, Turbina ES,


Calamba City East I, Laguna

90

160

120

120

120

90

3,116,0
00.00

Mayokins
Construction

02-12-15

14,316,9
59.73

Miclover
General
Construction &
Iron Works

21-03-16

6,148,8
20.00

Hexamindz
Corporation

21-03-16

6,148,8
50.00

Hexamindz
Corporation

25-03-16

6,148,8
28.00

Lake City,
Builders

11-07-15

05-10-15

6,068,7
25.20

St. Gerrard
Construction

100.00%

CRISOSTO
MO J.
YALONG/
DENNIS E.
SANDOVAL

COMPLETE
D

65.00%

BONIFACI
O A.
CORTEZ/
JULIE ANN
R.
LAFORTEZ
A

ON-GOING

100.00%

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO/
JANNE
P.GARCIA

COMPLETE
D W/
SUSPENSIO
N

100.00%

EDUARDO
L.
GALLARDO
/ RAYMUND
MUYA

COMPLETE
D

100.00%

EDUARDO
L.
GALLARDO
/ RICHARD
T. REYES

COMPLETE
D

100.00%

BONIFACI
O A.
CORTEZ /
CHRISTINE
G.
CALONSAG

COMPLETE
D

60

15DI017
8

15DI007
5

15DI016
8

15DI019
8

15DI021
5

15DI017
0

Construction of 2- Storey 4-Classroom, Latian ES,


Calamba City West, Laguna

Construction of4 Storey 8Classroom, Lawa ES,


Calamba City West, Laguna

Construction of 3-Storey 9-Classroom, Mayapa ES,


Calamba City West, Laguna

120

160

210

01-04-16

6,168,1
78.50

Lake City,
Builders

20-12-15

14,390,6
84.05

St. Gerrard
Construction

19-06-16

14,708,7
70.00

Hexamindz
Corporation

50.00%

EDUARDO
L.
GALLARDO
. LEANDRO
C. CARPIO
JR.

ON-GOING

100.00%

YOLANDA
T.
AQUINO /
REMINGTO
N R. REYES

COMPLETE
D

90.00%

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO/
RUSSEL A.
CUSTODIO

ON GOING
W/
SUSPENSIO
N

ON GOING
W/
SUSPENSIO
N DUE TO
BUFFER
FUND

Construction of 4-Storey 12-Classroom, Looc NHS,


Calamba City East II, Laguna

195

25-07-16

22,400,7
48.00

Gab-Zion
Enterprises

15.00%

YOLANDA
T.
AQUINO /
JANNE P.
GARCIA

Construction of 3- Storey 15-Classroom,


Kapayapaan NHS, Calamba City West, Laguna

205

04-08-16

21,828,0
55.33

Hexamindz
Corporation

10.00%

EDUARDO
GALLARDO

SUSPENDE
D

Construction of 4-Storey 20-Classroom, Calamba


NHS-Annex, Calamba City East II, Laguna

240

19-07-16

30,323,4
96.00

Hexamindz
Corporation

35.00%

YOLANDA
T. AQUINO/
REMINGTO
N R. REYES

SUSPENDE
D due to
existing
building

61

15DI012
3

15DI010
7

16DI016
0

16DI016
1

15DI010
8

15DI014
9

Construction of 4-Storey 8-Classroom, Calamba


Bayside NHS, Calamba City, Laguna

Construction of 4-Storey 8-Classroom, Camp


Vicente Lim NHS, Calamba City, Laguna

Construction of 4-Storey 8-Classroom, Camp


Vicente Lim NHS, Calamba City, Laguna

Construction of 4-Storey 20-Classroom, Camp


Vicente Lim NHS, Calamba City, Laguna

Construction of 4-Storey 8-Classroom, Palo Alto


NHS, Calamba City, Laguna

Construction of 2 Storey 2-Classroom Post ES


Calamba

160

160

160

240

16-03-16

01-02-16

04-06-17

25-08-17

160

01-02-16

120

16-03-16

14,375,3
60.00

14,367,3
70.57

14,367,3
70.57

30,323,4
96.00

Power K
Construction
Supply &
Services

Hexamindz
Corporation

Hexamindz
Corporation

Hexamindz
Corporation

14,378,3
42.14

Honeyville
Construction

4,301,5
25.00

Power K
Construction
Supply &
Services

60.00%

EDUARDO
E.
GALLARDO
/
REMINTON
R. REYES

ON GOING

100.00%

BONIFACI
O A.
CORTEZ/
RUSSEL A.
CUSTODIO

COMPLETE
D

0.00%

YOLANDA
T.
AQUINO /
ABEGAIL
FUENTES

ON-GOING
WITH
SUSPENSIO
N

0.00%

YOLANDA
T.
AQUINO /
ABEGAIL
FUENTES

ON-GOING
WITH
SUSPENSIO
N DUE TO
EXISTING
BUILDING

93.00%

YOLANDA
T.
AQUINO /
ABEGAIL
FUENTES

ON-GOING

100.00%

BONIFACI
O A.
CORTEZ/
ALLAN
CHRISTOP

COMPLETE
D

62

HER Q.
DELA
CRUZ

15DI012
9

14DI007
2

14DI007
3

14DI003
0

14DI007
5

Construction of 4-Storey 8-Classroom Palo Alto ES,


Calamba City,Laguna

Repair and Maintenance of Flood Control and


Drainage Structures along Daang Maharlika
( Calamba-Sto Tomas) Road, Calamba City, Laguna

Repair and Maintenance of Flood Control and


Drainage Structures along Calamba-Sta. Cruz- Famy
Junction Road, Calamba City, Laguna

160

60

60

30-03-16

03-05-15

03-05-15

14,343,0
40.00

Miclover
General
Construction &
Iron Works

3,859,6
73.00

PROTECH
CONSTRUCTION
& DEVELOPMENT
CORP.

4,342,3
08.00

PROTECH
CONSTRUCTION
& DEVELOPMENT
CORP.

10.00%

EDUARDO
E.
GALLARDO
ABEGAIL
M.
FUENTES

SUSPENDE
D DUE TO
SITE
PROBLEM

100%

CRISOSTO
MO
YALONG /
RAYMUND
MUYA

COMPLETE
D

100%

CRISOSTO
MO
YALONG /
LEONARDO
CARPIO

COMPLETE
D

Repair/ Rehabilitation/ Improvement/ Construction


of Pedestrian Overpass, Calamba- Sta. Cruz- Famy
Junction Road, (SO1725LZ), K0055+000, Calamba
City, Laguna

180

08-05-15

9,405,0
00.00

N.B. AVILA
CONSTRUCTION

85%

CRISOSTO
MO
YALONG

w/
indefinite
suspension
due to third
party
intervention
(Subject for
Termination
)

Repair/ Rehabilitation/ Improvement of Calamba Sta. Cruz - Famy Junction Road,SO1725LZ; K0051+
(-077) to K0051+516 with exception, Calamba City,
Laguna

120

04-05-15

10,106,3
16.00

GAB-ZION
ENTERPRISES

100%

MELINDA
STO.
DOMINGO

COMPLETE
D

63

15DI011
3

15DI020
4

Repair/Maintenance of Drainage along Daang


Maharlika Road (Calamba-Sto. Tomas Section)
K0053+000 - K0054+000 w/ Exception, Calamba
City

Repair / Rehabilitation / Improvement / (Reblocking


w/ drainage improvement) Calamba-Sta. Cruz-Famy
Junction Road, Calamba Section, K0057+207 to
K0057+420 with exceptions

93

72

16-12-15

3,858,9
11.00

POWER K
CONSTRUCTION
SUPPLY AND
SERVICES

01-03-16

10,340,0
00.00

R.D. MANDANAS
CONSTRUCTION

Calamba RHU I (Brgy. Syete)

3,000,0
00.00

Calamba CHO I (Brgy. Real)

3,000,0
00.00

100%

DENNIS E.
SANDOVAL
/ LEANDRO
C. CARPIO,
JR

COMPLETE
D (FOR
INSPECTION
)

81%

YOLANDA
AQUINOL/
LEANDRO
C. CARPIO,
JR

ON-GOING

For Approval of
Modification- request of
City Mayor to transfer the
fund from Brgy. Real to
Brgy. Syete

64

APPENDIX D
Geotagged Photos of the Projects in Los Baos, Laguna

Project ID Number

Geotagged Pictures
65

15DI0158

15DI0224

16DI0201

15DI0221

16DI0135

15DI0136

66

APPENDIX E
Geotagged Photos of the Projects in Bay, Laguna

Project ID Number

Geotagged Pictures
67

16DI0007

15DI0138

15DI0195

15DI0216

16DI0011

16DI0020

68

APPENDIX F
Geotagged Photos of the Projects in Calamba, Laguna

Project ID Number
15DI0211

Geotagged Pictures
69

15DI0191

15DI0179

15DI0223

16DI0006

15DI0023

70

APPENDIX G
Evaluation and Certification of On-the-Job Training
Figure G-1 Evaluation of On-the Job Trainee in Maintenance Section

71

Figure G-2 Evaluation of On-the Job Trainee in Quality Assurance Section

72

Figure G-3 Evaluation of On-the Job Trainee in Construction Section

73

74
Figure G-4 Evaluation of On-the Job Trainee in Planning and Design Section

75
Figure G-5 Certification of On-the-Job Training