EN 9º GORE EJECUTIVO. APURÍMAC PRIORIZÓ IMPULSAR CONTINUIDAD DE OBRAS PARA EL 2019

El nuevo Gobernador electo del Gobierno regional de Apurimac Baltazar Lantarón y el gobernador saliente Wilber Venegas Torres, definieron la agenda de acciones hacia el 2019 y acordaron impulsar la continuidad de las obras para la región. Fue durante el 9º Gore Ejecutivo Extraordinario que se inauguró ayer y hoy continua en Lima. Ambas autoridades se reunieron con los titulares de Salud, Vivienda, Transportes, Agricultura, Energía y Minas respectivamente. 

Las autoridades elaboraron un mapeo de obras y principales brechas a cerrar el 2019 y recibieron información sobre las transferencias realizadas a la región Apurímac, para poner en marcha y continuar con los proyectos de inversión con el objetivo de que los trabajos no se interrumpan.

El nuevo gobernador Baltazar Lantarón, luego de informarse sobre el presupuesto que va a recibir y la modalidad, señaló que continuará las obras, de tal manera que podrá programar la ejecución de obras en la región desde el inicio de su gestión y se garantice la continuidad de los servicios públicos.

De este modo el Gore Ejecutivo generó las condiciones para que las autoridades regionales (entrante y saliente) y entidades del Estado desarrollen además un proceso de transición y transferencia ordenada y propositiva en el manejo de sus presupuestos.

En este importante espacio, el titular de Vivienda, Javier Piqué del Pozo, acordaron que se desarrollará el proyecto “Unión Chanka”, así como la culminación definitiva de la obra agua y desagüe de Abancay “Apurímac merece presupuesto para que se culminen las obras” afirmó Venegas Torres, mientras que el gobernador electo requirió saneamiento básico para más de 20 comunidades.

A su turno, el Ministro de Transportes y Comunicaciones, Edmer Trujillo Mori, anunció que asfaltará 600 km de vías departamentales que representan más del 50%, asimismo que en marzo ingresará en funcionamiento el proyecto regional de banda ancha y que se cumplirá con la actualización del plan vial. Las autoridades entrante y saliente solicitaron la construcción de puentes interregionales y demandaron el mantenimiento de la vía Ayacucho -Abancay.

Por su lado, el Ministro de Agricultura, Gustavo Mostajo anunció la puesta en marcha de Agro Banco; igualmente la reactivación del programa Agro Ideas que implica la implementación de modelos de negocios. Igualmente, ambas autoridades coincidieron en solicitar la ejecución del proyecto Parko Chiquillay que involucra a 8 comunidades de la provincia de San Jerónimo.
En tanto, el gobernador Venegas solicitó el desarrollo del proyecto frutícola del valle de Chicha, la construcción de represas, mejoramiento de producción agrícola y el presupuesto para culminar el proyecto Mariño. Mientras el electo gobernador Baltazar Lantarón, solicitó se continúe con el programa de reforestación y se independice la estación de INIE de Apurímac.

El vice ministro de Gestión Institucional del Ministerio de Educación, José Carlos Chávez Cuentas, anunció que se destinó un millón ochocientos mil soles para el 2019. Ambos gobernadores solicitaron presupuesto para la culminación de la nueva infraestructura para la IE. Juan Espinoza Medrano, cuyo expediente técnico se concluye en junio. El plantel emblemático tiene un presupuesto de 80 millones de soles. 

Asimismo, el nuevo gobernador solicitó al Ejecutivo la construcción del Colegio de Alto Rendimiento COAR en el distrito de Aymaraes y se priorice presupuesto para la infraestructura en favor de la educación técnica y el mejoramiento del colegio de Chincheros. Al Ministerio de Salud solicitaron disponga la ejecución de mayor infraestructura para la región.

Cabe indicar que las reuniones bilaterales con los sectores priorizados tuvieron una duración de 30 minutos. Hoy realizarán reuniones temáticas en las cuales participarán los gobernadores regionales por grupos.

El 9º Gore Ejecutivo culminará en una reunión programada en la sede de Palacio Gobierno, donde los gobernadores regionales continuarán articulando esfuerzos con el Ejecutivo para sacar adelante proyectos importantes que necesita la población. Se espera que el propio presidente Martín Vizcarra se encargue de la clausura del Gore Ejecutivo.

En este encuentro, resaltó el anuncio del Ejecutivo sobre la conformación de la Comisión de Fortalecimiento del Proceso de Descentralización donde quedó claro las funciones de los tres niveles de gobierno, para evitar la duplicidad de funciones. Además, la autoridad regional entrante se comprometió a participar en una serie de actividades de articulación multisectorial en el marco de la celebración del Bicentenario de la Independencia Nacional.

Hola Apurímac

Estamos migrando a un nuevo portal institucional, un poco de paciencia que estaremos listos en breve.

Artificial Intelligence Meets Construction

All of us have a dream home. We all have that desire to dwell in a home that is not only comfortable but also well designed. We want to live in a house where we can get everything we want from rest to recreation. It would certainly be fulfilling to live in a home like that. But how can we get our dream house? What are the steps that we need to take in order to acquire it?

Today, we will give you 10 clear steps on what you need to do to reach your dream house. Of course, we have to do something in order to reach our dreams. Dreams come true if you pair that with actions. Hence, here are some steps that will lead to your dream house. It might not be easy but it is possible. But if you refuse to take these steps, you will not be able to get what you wish to have for a home. Read on and start taking steps towards your dream house.

Find a Good Designer

It is important that you have a designer for your house. Look for professionals who can help you design your home. Let him know what you want for your dream house and he will be able to help you with that. In choosing a designer, look into his/her credentials and work experiences:

  • Preconstruction Services, Cost Estimating
  • Construction Management
  • Project & Contract Administration
  • LEED Consultation & Implementation

Get Real About Your Budget

The primary source of conflict and melodrama in the building process is budget. Set your number, and then listen. If you have a reputable builder or contractor, trust him or her to tell you what things cost. And don’t get stuck on the cost-per-square-foot metric. If you are building or remodeling know what you can afford to spend. Start there, and have your builder and architect walk you through your options and explain how real-time costs are established.

The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with.– THOMAS BODINE

And maybe that land isn’t a few acres that’s never been trampled on. Maybe it’s an existing house that’s just old and tired and has suffered some neglect. The house whispers to you that it really does want to shed those avocado colored appliances, that shag carpeting, and those single-pane windows, and you know you’re the person to do that.

Small Conclusion

While you might think you can go it alone, assembling a team of tried and true professionals is the better approach. After all, you wouldn’t represent yourself in court. So why wouldn’t you entrust your single largest investment to an experienced team that won’t be learning on your dime? An architect and a builder (if not one and the same) are going to be your most important team members.

Three Ways to Reinforce a Buildings Foundation

All of us have a dream home. We all have that desire to dwell in a home that is not only comfortable but also well designed. We want to live in a house where we can get everything we want from rest to recreation. It would certainly be fulfilling to live in a home like that. But how can we get our dream house? What are the steps that we need to take in order to acquire it?

Today, we will give you 10 clear steps on what you need to do to reach your dream house. Of course, we have to do something in order to reach our dreams. Dreams come true if you pair that with actions. Hence, here are some steps that will lead to your dream house. It might not be easy but it is possible. But if you refuse to take these steps, you will not be able to get what you wish to have for a home. Read on and start taking steps towards your dream house.

Find a Good Designer

It is important that you have a designer for your house. Look for professionals who can help you design your home. Let him know what you want for your dream house and he will be able to help you with that. In choosing a designer, look into his/her credentials and work experiences:

  • Preconstruction Services, Cost Estimating
  • Construction Management
  • Project & Contract Administration
  • LEED Consultation & Implementation

Get Real About Your Budget

The primary source of conflict and melodrama in the building process is budget. Set your number, and then listen. If you have a reputable builder or contractor, trust him or her to tell you what things cost. And don’t get stuck on the cost-per-square-foot metric. If you are building or remodeling know what you can afford to spend. Start there, and have your builder and architect walk you through your options and explain how real-time costs are established.

The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with.– THOMAS BODINE

And maybe that land isn’t a few acres that’s never been trampled on. Maybe it’s an existing house that’s just old and tired and has suffered some neglect. The house whispers to you that it really does want to shed those avocado colored appliances, that shag carpeting, and those single-pane windows, and you know you’re the person to do that.

Small Conclusion

While you might think you can go it alone, assembling a team of tried and true professionals is the better approach. After all, you wouldn’t represent yourself in court. So why wouldn’t you entrust your single largest investment to an experienced team that won’t be learning on your dime? An architect and a builder (if not one and the same) are going to be your most important team members.

The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with.

- DENIS PARKER

Projects: Bloomberg HQ, London

All of us have a dream home. We all have that desire to dwell in a home that is not only comfortable but also well designed. We want to live in a house where we can get everything we want from rest to recreation. It would certainly be fulfilling to live in a home like that. But how can we get our dream house? What are the steps that we need to take in order to acquire it?

Today, we will give you 10 clear steps on what you need to do to reach your dream house. Of course, we have to do something in order to reach our dreams. Dreams come true if you pair that with actions. Hence, here are some steps that will lead to your dream house. It might not be easy but it is possible. But if you refuse to take these steps, you will not be able to get what you wish to have for a home. Read on and start taking steps towards your dream house.

Find a Good Designer

It is important that you have a designer for your house. Look for professionals who can help you design your home. Let him know what you want for your dream house and he will be able to help you with that. In choosing a designer, look into his/her credentials and work experiences:

  • Preconstruction Services, Cost Estimating
  • Construction Management
  • Project & Contract Administration
  • LEED Consultation & Implementation

Get Real About Your Budget

The primary source of conflict and melodrama in the building process is budget. Set your number, and then listen. If you have a reputable builder or contractor, trust him or her to tell you what things cost. And don’t get stuck on the cost-per-square-foot metric. If you are building or remodeling know what you can afford to spend. Start there, and have your builder and architect walk you through your options and explain how real-time costs are established.

The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with.– THOMAS BODINE

And maybe that land isn’t a few acres that’s never been trampled on. Maybe it’s an existing house that’s just old and tired and has suffered some neglect. The house whispers to you that it really does want to shed those avocado colored appliances, that shag carpeting, and those single-pane windows, and you know you’re the person to do that.

Small Conclusion

While you might think you can go it alone, assembling a team of tried and true professionals is the better approach. After all, you wouldn’t represent yourself in court. So why wouldn’t you entrust your single largest investment to an experienced team that won’t be learning on your dime? An architect and a builder (if not one and the same) are going to be your most important team members.

How Make Your Home an Oasis of Calm

All of us have a dream home. We all have that desire to dwell in a home that is not only comfortable but also well designed. We want to live in a house where we can get everything we want from rest to recreation. It would certainly be fulfilling to live in a home like that. But how can we get our dream house? What are the steps that we need to take in order to acquire it?

Today, we will give you 10 clear steps on what you need to do to reach your dream house. Of course, we have to do something in order to reach our dreams. Dreams come true if you pair that with actions. Hence, here are some steps that will lead to your dream house. It might not be easy but it is possible. But if you refuse to take these steps, you will not be able to get what you wish to have for a home. Read on and start taking steps towards your dream house.

Find a Good Designer

It is important that you have a designer for your house. Look for professionals who can help you design your home. Let him know what you want for your dream house and he will be able to help you with that. In choosing a designer, look into his/her credentials and work experiences:

  • Preconstruction Services, Cost Estimating
  • Construction Management
  • Project & Contract Administration
  • LEED Consultation & Implementation

Get Real About Your Budget

The primary source of conflict and melodrama in the building process is budget. Set your number, and then listen. If you have a reputable builder or contractor, trust him or her to tell you what things cost. And don’t get stuck on the cost-per-square-foot metric. If you are building or remodeling know what you can afford to spend. Start there, and have your builder and architect walk you through your options and explain how real-time costs are established.

The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with.– THOMAS BODINE

And maybe that land isn’t a few acres that’s never been trampled on. Maybe it’s an existing house that’s just old and tired and has suffered some neglect. The house whispers to you that it really does want to shed those avocado colored appliances, that shag carpeting, and those single-pane windows, and you know you’re the person to do that.

Small Conclusion

While you might think you can go it alone, assembling a team of tried and true professionals is the better approach. After all, you wouldn’t represent yourself in court. So why wouldn’t you entrust your single largest investment to an experienced team that won’t be learning on your dime? An architect and a builder (if not one and the same) are going to be your most important team members.

Build your dream right now. Don’t miss your chance!

Finding New Buildings in the Dust of the Old

All of us have a dream home. We all have that desire to dwell in a home that is not only comfortable but also well designed. We want to live in a house where we can get everything we want from rest to recreation. It would certainly be fulfilling to live in a home like that. But how can we get our dream house? What are the steps that we need to take in order to acquire it?

Today, we will give you 10 clear steps on what you need to do to reach your dream house. Of course, we have to do something in order to reach our dreams. Dreams come true if you pair that with actions. Hence, here are some steps that will lead to your dream house. It might not be easy but it is possible. But if you refuse to take these steps, you will not be able to get what you wish to have for a home. Read on and start taking steps towards your dream house.

Find a Good Designer

It is important that you have a designer for your house. Look for professionals who can help you design your home. Let him know what you want for your dream house and he will be able to help you with that. In choosing a designer, look into his/her credentials and work experiences:

  • Preconstruction Services, Cost Estimating
  • Construction Management
  • Project & Contract Administration
  • LEED Consultation & Implementation

Get Real About Your Budget

The primary source of conflict and melodrama in the building process is budget. Set your number, and then listen. If you have a reputable builder or contractor, trust him or her to tell you what things cost. And don’t get stuck on the cost-per-square-foot metric. If you are building or remodeling know what you can afford to spend. Start there, and have your builder and architect walk you through your options and explain how real-time costs are established.

The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with.– THOMAS BODINE

And maybe that land isn’t a few acres that’s never been trampled on. Maybe it’s an existing house that’s just old and tired and has suffered some neglect. The house whispers to you that it really does want to shed those avocado colored appliances, that shag carpeting, and those single-pane windows, and you know you’re the person to do that.

Small Conclusion

While you might think you can go it alone, assembling a team of tried and true professionals is the better approach. After all, you wouldn’t represent yourself in court. So why wouldn’t you entrust your single largest investment to an experienced team that won’t be learning on your dime? An architect and a builder (if not one and the same) are going to be your most important team members.

Best Music for Building

All of us have a dream home. We all have that desire to dwell in a home that is not only comfortable but also well designed. We want to live in a house where we can get everything we want from rest to recreation. It would certainly be fulfilling to live in a home like that. But how can we get our dream house? What are the steps that we need to take in order to acquire it?

Today, we will give you 10 clear steps on what you need to do to reach your dream house. Of course, we have to do something in order to reach our dreams. Dreams come true if you pair that with actions. Hence, here are some steps that will lead to your dream house. It might not be easy but it is possible. But if you refuse to take these steps, you will not be able to get what you wish to have for a home. Read on and start taking steps towards your dream house.

Find a Good Designer

It is important that you have a designer for your house. Look for professionals who can help you design your home. Let him know what you want for your dream house and he will be able to help you with that. In choosing a designer, look into his/her credentials and work experiences:

  • Preconstruction Services, Cost Estimating
  • Construction Management
  • Project & Contract Administration
  • LEED Consultation & Implementation

Get Real About Your Budget

The primary source of conflict and melodrama in the building process is budget. Set your number, and then listen. If you have a reputable builder or contractor, trust him or her to tell you what things cost. And don’t get stuck on the cost-per-square-foot metric. If you are building or remodeling know what you can afford to spend. Start there, and have your builder and architect walk you through your options and explain how real-time costs are established.

The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with.– THOMAS BODINE

And maybe that land isn’t a few acres that’s never been trampled on. Maybe it’s an existing house that’s just old and tired and has suffered some neglect. The house whispers to you that it really does want to shed those avocado colored appliances, that shag carpeting, and those single-pane windows, and you know you’re the person to do that.

Small Conclusion

While you might think you can go it alone, assembling a team of tried and true professionals is the better approach. After all, you wouldn’t represent yourself in court. So why wouldn’t you entrust your single largest investment to an experienced team that won’t be learning on your dime? An architect and a builder (if not one and the same) are going to be your most important team members.