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Councillor Lawrence said in hindsight the council should have fully closed the building immediately to allow for detailed surveys and an extensive revamp to be completed sooner.
Duterte said there is no revamp in his Cabinet ahead of the State of the Nation Address (SONA) next month.
Other key points of the revamp include programming content, logos, montage music, studio designs and new visual backgrounds.
KBR is a global leader in ammonia technology and has been involved in the licensing, design, engineering, and/or construction of more than 230 grassroots ammonia plants and over 100 revamp ammonia projects globally.
The nationwide revamp is to start in 2019 because the automaker feels its present showrooms are not well enough equipped to manage its latest range of cars and sport-utility vehicles, or those set to be launched in the future.
The most affected was the city and province of Iloilo with eight police commanders involved in the revamp.
'Increased electricity connections will revamp Gilgil town and turn it into a thriving economic hub.
Since the revamp happened barely a week before the Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections on May 14, Quenery advised the new provincial police directors to study and analyze the prevailing situation in their respective areas.
PIA is said to be eyeing the inauguration of the new Islamabad International Airport on April 20 as the window to unveil its revamped planes.
ISLAMABAD -- The country's flagship carrier Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is planning an ambitious revamp of its aircraft' exterior to highlight its commitment to the preservation of Pakistan's national animal (Markhor).
ALAN Hughes has confirmed TV3's plan to "revamp" Ireland AM as the show celebrates its 20th birthday.
The latest information about iOS 12 claims it is going to revamp Apple's e-book app, called iBooks.