PICE Officially Begins The Construction of New 7-Storey QC Headquarters

PICE Officially Begins The Construction of New 7-Storey QC Headquarters

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The Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) has officially commenced the construction of its new headquarters in Quezon City (QC). This significant event marks a milestone for PICE and its members, reflecting the organization’s commitment to enhancing the infrastructure for civil engineering in the Philippines. The new facility promises to serve as a central hub for innovation, collaboration, and professional development.

 

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The groundbreaking ceremony took place on June 12, 2024, at the construction site on V. Luna Extension. Notable figures, including government officials, PICE executives, and prominent engineers attended the event. In his message, PICE National President and Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Senior Undersecretary Emil K. Sadain highlighted the significance of the project. 

 

“This new headquarters will not only provide a modern space for our members to convene and collaborate but will also be equip with training venue in support of the professional growth and development of One PICE members.”

 

PICE Officially Begins The Construction of New 7-Storey QC Headquarters

The Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers is a cornerstone of the engineering sector in the Philippines. With a mission to promote excellence and innovation, PICE has grown substantially over the years and the new building will provide a contemporary space for PICE members for their continuous professional growth.

Details of the New Headquarters

The new PICE headquarters, situated on V. Luna Extension in Quezon City, will be a 7-storey building with an additional basement level dedicated to parking. Covering a total floor area of over 4,000 square meters, excluding the roof deck and basement, the headquarters is designed as a state-of-the-art mixed-use commercial space. The architectural design incorporates sustainable and green building initiatives, emphasizing PICE’s commitment to environmental stewardship.

 

The building will house various facilities and amenities including offices, meeting rooms, and conference halls designed to host a range of events and activities. Additionally, there will be training centers, a library, and member lounges, all equipped with the latest technological advancements to support the professional development and networking needs of PICE members.

 

Project Timeline and Development

The construction of the new headquarters is expected to be completed by 2025. The project will proceed through several key milestones and phases, with collaboration from leading construction firms, architectural firms, and consultants. The estimated cost of the project underscores the significant investment in PICE’s future, with a well-structured funding strategy sourced from various stakeholders.

 

Looking ahead, PICE envisions the new headquarters as a dynamic center for the organization’s activities, with plans for future expansions and additional facilities to accommodate growing needs. 

 

The establishment of this modern facility signifies a new chapter for PICE, reaffirming its dedication to its members and the civil engineering industry. As construction progresses, PICE remains committed to promoting excellence and innovation, ensuring that the new headquarters will serve as a beacon of professional growth and collaboration for years to come.

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