Here are the latest progress updates of the 3.77-kilometer Panguil Bay Bridge Project. As of June 2021, there are now three bored piles standing and concreting of the columns are continuing.

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Photos below show DPWH District Engineer Alykhan Ali and staff conducting a site inspecting to monitor the progress of the project.

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When completed, the Panguil Bay Bridge will be the country’s longest at 3.77 kilometers, some 1.57 kms longer than the 2.2-kilometer San Juanico Bridge that links Samar and Leyte.

Watch this video below courtesy of Andrea Taboada.

Watch ongoing work below at Tubod side.

Here’s a report from Eagle News.

Watch ongoing concrete pouring below.

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