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Best of the best

The Philippines’s 10 most active architecture firms and property developers were recently awarded the BCI Asia’s Top 10 Awards at the annual BCI Asia Awards ceremony at Grand Hyatt Manila. 

Best of the best

The portfolios of these architecture firms comprise USD22.58 billion worth of properties scheduled to start construction in the Philippines this year, while the portfolios of the top developers are valued at USD4.03 billion. 

The firms were chosen based on the greatest aggregate value of projects under construction during the last full calendar year, weighted by the extent of their sustainability efforts. 

Developers who garnered prestigious awards included:  Stanny Pamintuan, general manager (BCI Asia Philippines); Engr. Alexander Ace Sotto, COO (8990 Holdings Inc.); Melchor Saribay, division manager - SMLG-IDG (Ayala Land Inc.); Ar. Gilbert Berba, head of urban planning (Ayala Land Inc.); Mathias Bergundthal, director of Asset (Cebu Landmasters Inc.); Joanna Soberano-Bergundthal, marketing director (Cebu Landmasters Inc.); Michael Dauden, director, commercial airconditioning group (Concepcion Midea Inc.); Clarinda Luna-Magtulis, vice president for SMDC Marketing (SM Prime Holdings Inc.); Dr. Matthias Krups, Founder & Chairman (BCI Media Group); Mr. Manny Arce, Vice President - Construction & Design (Robinsons Land); John Evangelista, general manager - commercial centre division (Robinsons Land); Thomas F. Mirasol, general manager (Federal Land Inc.); John Frederick C. Cabato - SVP of sales and marketing (Federal Land Inc.); Sherilynne Santos, senior project development manager (Filinvest Alabang, Inc.); Bonna Crisostomo, asst. project development manager (Filinvest Alabang, Inc.); Juan Antonio Gatuslao, deputy, COO (Eton Properties); and Johnson Tan, marketing manager (DMCI Homes).

Topics: BCI Asia Awards , Developers , Architecture firms , properties
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