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ClockStrike

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Kailangan ko po Kasi ng 10 kilalang civil engineer sa Pilipinas. 2 na lng po kulang ko eh
Wala po Kasi akong mahanap sa internet parang Hindi ata binibigyan pansin mga engineer sa Pilipinas eh
 

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  • You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. - Honorary member - popularly known as FVR, was the 12th President of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998. He graduated from the You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. with Bachelor of Science in University of Illinois with master's degree in civil engineering.
  • Angel R. Lazaro, Jr. - Past President (1968) - he topped the CE board examination in 1938 and also topped the board examination for Architects in 1958. He is well known for the restoration of seven (7) 400-year-old national heritage churches located in various parts of the Philippines, rural and public markets either privately or government owned, urban health and nutrition projects of the Department of Health.
  • Angel A. Lazaro, III - Past President (1983) - He is the receiver of Certificates of Recognition as Structural Engineer and Civil Engineering Educator from the Board of Civil Engineering. He was acknowledged as the Most Outstanding Civil Engineer Award from the Professional Regulation Commission in 1994. He is also Past President of the Confederation of Filipino Consulting Organizations (COFILCO), National Society for Seismology and Earthquake Engineering of the Philippines (NSSEEP), Philippine Federation of Professional Associations (PFPA), Road Engineering Association of the Philippines (REAP), Philippine Association for Technological Education (PATE), You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now., Philippine Chapter (ACI-RP) and Council of Filipino Consultants (COFIC)
  • You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. - Past President (1989–1990) - he is the Chairman of publicly listed holding firm, You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now.. A former Secretary of the Department of Public Works, Transportation and Communications. In 2010, Forbes listed him as the 12th richest Filipino with a net worth of US$715 million.
  • Felipe F. Cruz - Past President (1997–1998) - he is a TOFIL Awardee for General Construction in 2007. His notable projects are some of the country's most efficient industrial plants, such as: the Tongonan 1, 2, & 3 Geothermal Power Plant in Leyte, the You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. in Pangasinan, and the You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now.


Ernesto de Castro, the strongest advocate for the use of Building Information Modeling in the Philippines, as the 2019 Outstanding Civil Engineer. De Castro, 73, is the founder, chairman and president of Esca Inc.

Marcial Kasilag was a 1904 pensionado to the US and a prominent pioneer civil engineer. He was the first registered civil engineer of the Philippines and the father of National Artist for Music Lucrecia Kasilag. The Philippine Society of Civil Engineers (PSCE) was formed sometime in the late twenties.

Edilberto Evangelista (February 24, 1862 – February 17, 1897) was a Filipino You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. and a revolutionary.

Nigel Paul C. Villarete (born September 18, 1962) is a You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. civil engineer and urban planner. He was the general manager of the You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. (MCIA), located in You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. Island, You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now., You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now., and the chief executive officer of the Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) from October 26, 2010 to December 31, 2016.


ENGR. ALEJANDRO MELCHOR(1900-1947)
a Filipino civil engineer, mathematician, educator, and member of the Cabinet of the Philippines. A native of Ibajay, Aklan, Melchor was also known for his work on pontoon bridges during the Second World War.
The historic Melchor Hall in the University of the Philippines Diliman campus is named after him. The hall houses most of the units of the UP College of Engineering. In 1924, Melchor graduated in civil engineering with the highest honors from the University of the Philippines. By then, the College of Engineering was barely fifteen years old and was still located in the Manila campus.
During the term of Edward R. Hyde as dean of the UP College of Engineering (from 1926 to 1940), Alejandro Melchor served as the College Secretary. Prior to this position, Melchor was a regular member of the engineering faculty. Considered a brilliant mathematician in his time, Melchor also became the head of the mathematics department of the Philippine Military Academy.
Melchor was known for designing the pontoon bridges used by the U.S. Army during the Second World War. Melchor's work "contributed significantly in winning the war for the Allied Forces". Melchor also attained the rank of colonel.
Melchor obtained his highest rank of public service when he became the Secretary of National Defense in President Manuel L. Quezon's Cabinet. Upon Quezon's death and Sergio Osmeña's succession as president, Melchor became the Military Adviser of the war cabinet. This was during the Second World War, when the Philippine government was in exile.


ALFREDO LAZARTE JUINIO
A civil engineer, educator, and public official of the Philippines, he served as the dean of the College of Engineering of the University of the Philippines. Alfredo Juinio Hall, the building that houses the National Engineering Center, is named after him. He was once described as "one of the country's most brilliant engineers.Prior to serving as college dean, Professor Alfredo T. Juinio headed the UP Diliman Office of Campus Planning (also known as the Campus Planning Committee). Two of the projects he undertook during his term were the construction of C.P. Garcia Avenue and the UP Gateway at the University Avenue.
Juinio, together with other UP engineering professors, became the structural engineers of the first thin-shell concrete dome in the Philippines for the UP Catholic Chapel, otherwise known as the Parish of the Holy Sacrifice. The structure is the country's first circular church with the altar in the middle and has been declared a historical landmark and cultural treasure by the National Historical Institute and the National Museum, respectively.Juinio was appointed as the Minister of Public Works and Highways, as well as the Administrator of the National Irrigation Administration. During his term, he headed the Upper Pampanga River Multipurpose Projects in Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija.
From 1970 to 1979, Juinio served as the dean of the UP College of Engineering. During his term, he initiated the establishment of the National Engineering Center building, as well as the formation of the UP Engineering Research and Development Foundation, Inc. (UPERDFI). Juinio was elected as the first Chairman of the Board, and went on to serve as UPERDFI president for thirty years.
Juinio was also the co-founder of the DCCD Engineering Corporation and a consultant to various government agencies.
 
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