The Limay Polytechnic College (LPC), a public institution that offers various technical and vocational courses, will soon have a new building to accommodate its growing number of students and provide quality education.
The construction of the new building was made possible by the support of the local government officials, namely Mayor Nelson C. David, Vice Mayor Richie David, and Bataan Second District Congressman Abet Garcia, who allocated funds for the project. The new building will have more classrooms, laboratories, offices, and facilities that will enhance the learning environment of the students and the teaching performance of the faculty. It will also have a modern design and a green concept that will promote sustainability and energy efficiency.
The LPC administration expressed its gratitude to the LGU Limay Bataan for its continuous assistance and partnership in improving the quality of education in the municipality. The LPC also thanked its students, faculty, staff, alumni, and stakeholders for their support and cooperation in achieving its vision and mission.
The construction of the new building is expected to start this year and finish by 2024. The LPC hopes that the new building will be a symbol of its commitment to excellence and service to the community.