The DA- Bureau of Fisheries held its topping out of the New Main Building on June 20, 2016.


Topping  out  is  the business  construction language  when  the  last  beam  is  placed on top  of  the structure.


Highlights  of  the event was  the  topping  of its  last beam  of  the  structure of  the  Main  Building.  Undersecretary  and National  Director,  Atty. Asis  G. Perez, Regional Directors  and  its  Representatives, Engineers  and  Architects  that  constructed  the  buildings  led  this event.


Director Atty. Perez delivered his Opening Message/Remarks.  In his  Speech, he  elaborated, spoke  with  confidence  and  pride  that  he  have  done his  best  to  perform  his  duties  and  discharged  his  responsibilities  vested  on  him  in  his  capacity  as  Undersecretary  and  National  Director  of  DA-BFAR.


In his  entire  term, he played  a  vital  role  in achieving  the  highest  expectations  that  his  office  could  ever  done, The  remarkable  and  the  most  significant  one  is  that  after  69  years  of  waiting,  the  dream  to  have a  building of  its  own  has  now come  to  realization.  He exerted all efforts to make this possible.  The government-owned building would house the entire employees of the agencies Central Office.


According  to  him,  the  new  Central  Office  would  ushers  new  hopes  and  aspirations  for  the employees in order  to level up  in rendering  services in  the  countries  Fishing  Industries.


During  the  interview  with  the  outgoing Undersecretary and  National Director, Atty  Asis  G. Perez  had been  asked  that  with  the  New  Administration  and  likewise  with  the  New  Building  of its  own  if  there  is  now  a possibility that  BFAR would  become  a  DEPARTMENT.


In this  regard,  Atty. Perez  emphasized   that  during  their meetings  they  have  discussed  this  issue  several  times.  The  truth  of  the  matter  there were  some  Cabinet  members  in favor  and  pushing  this  issue  that  BFAR  would  become  a DEPARTMENT  and  they  have  to  call  it  Department  of  Ocean  and Fisheries.#


Author: tuklasinnatin

A Journalist and served government for 20 years. A community organizer who rose from a clan of artists and novelists.

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