PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS SINGAPORE CHAPTER

PICE International Charter I-05
Registry of Societies (ROS) Singapore UEN: T14SS0035D

PICE Singapore Chapter: Its birth in the City State of Singapore

Sometime on December 11, 1973, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued registration certificate to the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers, Inc (PICE) which was a historical landmark for the Filipino Civil Engineers.

 

Upon the approval of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to the amended By-laws of the PICE on November 25, 1999, the formation of International Chapters was made possible. The chapters, which are based on other countries, is a manifestation of our commitment to reach-out to Filipino Civil Engineers around the world. We strongly advocate the formation of International Chapters in order to establish a more concrete point of union for Filipino Civil Engineers. Since then, four (4) International Chapters were chartered in the Middle East.

 

Today, the Filipino Civil Engineers has grown to over 100,000. With the challenges of globalization and cross-border practice, the Filipino Civil Engineers has set footprints not only in the Southeast Asian Region, but more strategically in the City State of Singapore.

 

In Singapore, the Filipino Civil Engineers works in collaboration with their local and expatriate counterparts making us proud to be truly globally competitive.

With the growing numbers of Filipino Civil Engineers in Singapore, there is a need to be organized to foster camaraderie, and professional advancement.

 

Guided by the objectives and ideals of the Institute, a group of Filipino Civil Engineers residing and working in the City State of Singapore has come together through social networking site such as Facebook and informally launched the Facebook Page for PICE (Singapore) on 15 October 2011.
On 22 October 2011, the PICE (Singapore) was formally launched by passionate Filipino Civil Engineers who signed the petition to the PICE National Headquarters for the creation of the Singapore Chapter. The kick-off meeting was held at the RedDot Brewhouse at 25A Dempsey Road Singapore.

The following are the pioneering and founding members of PICE (Singapore)
Ray Ramilo, Sonny Andalis, Ariel Pedrosa, Darwin Graciano, Darwin Bazar, Zamil August Cabatuan, Roy Rosales, Liborio Sibayan Jr, Arvin Atanante, Gary Penados, Alvin Galve, Geoffrey Seguira, Alfredo Claro Jr, Kim Cheng Tan Managuerra, Christopher Merino, Monina Villacarlos, Rommel Maniti, Benedict Bueno, Roldan Magbag, Alvin Caneba, Mariecris Borac, Noel Almajeda, Marnelle Alivio, Anariza Sayangco, Harriet Follosco, Julius Rueco, Rodrigo Butac Jr, Gerry Aguello Jr, Francis Alfred Salvador, Ma. Isabel Saed, Rommel Saed, Ronald Paja, Ken Leyson, Gil Cualteros and Erlyn Martinez.