Geo Grid and Steel Netting for Road Slip Slope Protection Efficiency and Effectiveness Assessment: Department of Public Works and Highways, Aurora District, Philippines

Authors

  • Edward F. Olivera
  • Princess Katheryne H. Lopez
  • Rick Donald S. Manzon
  • Estrelita L. Bernardo
  • Michael John Villar

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Geogrid, Steel Netting Road Slip, Slope Protection.

Abstract

This purpose of the was to assess the efficiency and effectiveness of the Geo Grid and Steel Netting for Road Slip Slope Protection among the projects of the Department of Public Works and Highways, Aurora District, Philippines. Variables to be presented were; (i) Program Evaluation Review Technique (PERT); (ii) Critical Path Method (CPM); (iii) Core Boring Test; and (iv) Scope, Schedule, Budget, Satisfaction (team, customer) and quality. The current study utilized the quantitative research design through various assessment of the geogrid and steel netting among the projects of the DPWH-Aurora with regards to the road slip slope protection. This study was participated by forty project implementers among the forty selected projects on slope protection. The findings revealed that the PERT, CPM, Core Boring and Project Management were found to be outstanding. Slope safety has always been a top priority throughout highway building and operation. The use of highway slope ecological protection technologies could swiftly restore the region's ecological balance, general landscape, and biodiversity.

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Published

2022-01-12

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Edward F. Olivera, Princess Katheryne H. Lopez, Rick Donald S. Manzon, Estrelita L. Bernardo, & Michael John Villar. (2022). Geo Grid and Steel Netting for Road Slip Slope Protection Efficiency and Effectiveness Assessment: Department of Public Works and Highways, Aurora District, Philippines. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering , 3(01), 24-30. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/496

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