The Government Services Insurance System (GSIS) announced last Monday the opening of the newly completed office building of its branch in Quezon City on the Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City.
Located in the heart of Quezon City and spread over 3 hectares, the new GSIS branch building in Quezon City “offers convenience to its visitors with its accessibility and modernized facilities,” GSIS said in a statement.
“The new GSIS branch in Quezon City is part of our goal to provide the best customer experience for our members and retirees,” GSIS President and CEO José Arnulfo A. Veloso said in a statement.
The new building meets the requirements of the Bureau of Bureaucracy and Gender and Development. It has enough rooms and facilities, a spacious hall and ample parking to accommodate visiting clients.
“Plano din natin i-fit This and other government agencies. Pwede silang umupa sa amin. Sana doesn’t know what tayo ng is transport hub, trade or commercial area,” Veloso added. [We also plan to accommodate other government offices here. They can rent from us. I hope we can also put a transportation hub, retail or commercial area.]
The new GSIS office in Quezon City is conveniently located near government offices such as Quezon City Hall, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development, PTV 4 and the Philippine News Agency, among other agencies.
Among GSIS branches nationwide, its Quezon City branch serves the largest number of clients, serving 311,923 members, 29,054 retirees, 194 money transfer agencies, and 297 sub-agencies. Up to 500 clients visit the office daily.
The new GSIS branch office in Quezon City is adjacent to the popular Quezon City Memorial Circle and the main public transportation road. GSIS QC branch leased the building on Mindanao Avenue prior to its relocation. The new building is owned by GSIS, saving on rent.
“We are thrilled that you have invested in this new building to serve our people and nearby government agencies,” Quezon City Mayor Josephine “Joy” G. Belmonte, guest of honor at the March 1 event, was quoted in a statement. speaking
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