Real Estate, Construction and Building Management

REAL ESTATE, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MANAGEMENT

executive diploma program in real estate management

This program is designed to enhance the competencies and update the knowledge of bankers, appraisers, consultants, and practitioners. Vital areas like marketing, law and taxation, planning and development, property management, financing and investments will be covered in the duration of this program. Participants will have an extensive overview of the real estate industry and be knowledgeable in real estate laws and regulations. They will also be acquainted with real estate planning, development, investment, and financing (PRC Accredited).

2022 1st Run: Jan. 22, 29 & Feb. 5, 12

2022 2nd Run: Oct. 15, 22, 29 & Nov. 5

Time: 1330-2000H (28 hours)

Module Fee: P12,500 (Member) / P13,500 (Non-Member)

This module offers vital importance in starting and competently running a company engaged in housing and development. It offers an introduction to the main subjects of the study of real estate which will as well include topics designed for real estate service practitioners and professionals.

Module Objectives

  • Develop new professionals and businessmen in the field of real estate marketing.
  • Provide up-to-date and timely information vital in harnessing fresh opportunities in real estate
  • Review and prepare current and would-be practitioners to the entire process of real estate business
  • Provide a venue for the exchange of ideas and sharing of knowledge for application to participants future undertakings.

Module Outline

Session 1

  • Standards of Practice in Real Estate
  • Elements of Real Estate Brokerage

Session 2

  • How to Succeed in Real Estate
  • Documentation and Registration of Real Estate Transactions
  • The Economics of Philippine Real Estate

Session 3

  • Marketing Plan
  • Digital Marketing for Real Estate

Session 4

  • Real Estate Market Research
  • Marketing Trends in the New Normal
  • Marketing Strategies

2022 1st Run: Feb 26 & Mar. 5, 12, 19

2022 2nd Run: Nov. 26 & Dec. 3, 10, 17

Time: 28 total hours (6 hours synchronous, 17 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P12,500 (Member) / P13,500 (Non-Member)

This module covers current and existing laws governing the various sub-sectors and government agencies involved in the real estate industry. It discusses present laws and rules governing various land deals, properties/project developments and public projection in real estate transactions.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • To acquaint participants on the laws and rules governing land deals and property developments.
  • To provide them with updated legal parameters in their involvement in the real estate transactions and developments.
  • To introduce them to the legal intricacies of land and property ownership, concept of titling of properties, classification, reclassification and conversion of land and other legal limitations on ownership, the fundamentals of contracts, special contracts and various real estate forms.
  • To provide a venue for clarifying legal problems and issues that confronts real estate practitioners.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board
  • Legal Aspect of Mortgage and Forclosure & Remedies

Session 2:

  • Contractual Transactions on Property
  • Law on Estate and Succession

Session 3:

  • Legal Aspects of Land Titling Acquisition, Transfer and Registration of Land Ownership
  • Land Developers and Buyers

Session 4:

  • Land Classification, Reclassification & Conversion with DARAB Rules of Procedure
  • Issues and Jurisprudence in Subdivisions and Condiminiums (HOAs and CondoCorps)
  • Examination

2022 1st Run: Apr. 30 & May 7, 14, 21

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: 28 total hours (5 hours synchronous, 17 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P12,500 (Member) / P13,500 (Non-Member)

The realization of any real estate endeavor starts and ends with actual development of land and its increments. These real estate activities address not only the housing requirement of the people, but also the various aspects of commerce, industry, government, service, economy, urban planning and all other activities that depend and require the use of a foremost capital which remains the best hedge against recession and devaluation: Land.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Equipped with enough know-how to undertake full development of well-made plans.
  • A major highlight of the course is a set of actual project inspection/s of select projects worthy of serving good examples.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Types of Property Development
  • HRB, MRB, Townhouses and Subdivisions

Session 2:

  • DENR: ECC, EIS, EIA, EGGAR in Real Estate Development Administration, Control and Technical Aspect of the Construction Process

Session 3:

  • Water Supply & Sanitation and Solid Waste Management
  • Industrial Estates and Ecozones

Session 4:

  • Farm and Leisure Estates
  • Restrictions, Prohibitions, Allowable Uses and Area Requirements

2022 1st Run: Jun. 11, 18, 25 & Jul. 2

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: 1300-1900H (28 total hours)

Module Fee: P12,500 (Member) / P13,500 (Non-Member)

This course introduces practitioners and non-practitioners of real estate to the relevant body of knowledge, issues and terminologies involved with appraisal/valuation, and property management practices.

Module Objectives

  • Enhance the knowledge in appraisal/valuation in specific types of real estate transactions
  • Understand and apply their acquired knowledge in practice of appraisal in their real estate service practice.
  • Be able to make necessary recommendations to clients on certain transactions and guide in its implementation

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Philippine Valuation Standards
  • Real Estate Market and Analysis
  • Market Value and Non-Market Value
  • Appraisal Process

Session 2:

  • Values, Assessor’s SMV and BIR Zonal Values
  • Finance and Economics
  • Investment Analysis
  • Highest and Best Uses

Session 3:

  • Approaches to Value: Concepts and Principles
  • Other Land Valuation Techniques
  • Valuation of Lease Interest
  • Valuation of Development Property

Session 4:

  • Valuation Using Drones and Other Appraisal Tools and Applications
  • Valuation of Air Rights with Application in High Rise Development
  • Valuation for REIT Purposes

2022 1st Run: Jul. 23, 30 & Aug. 6, 13

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: 28 total hours

Module Fee: P12,500 (Member) / P13,500 (Non-Member)

This module provides insights into the basis fundamentals of real estate development by answering questions relating to project spending, partnerships, taxation laws, and how to effectively implement these to assure a size able profit.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • To develop in the participant the capability to assess and analyze financially viable real estate endeavors
  • To help participant develop business models that are responsive to the trends and demands of the times
  • To provide participants available financing options to tap for their projects

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Real Estate Economics
  • Quantity Survey and Cost Controlling
  • Financial Planning and Forecasting

Session 2:

  • Financial Statements
  • Investment Planning and Analysis

Session 3:

  • Pag-IBIG and other GFIs
  • Banks and other private institutions
  • Securitization

Session 4:

  • BOI Incentives
  • Real Estate Taxation
  • Financial Study

2022 1st Run: Sep. 3, 10, 17, 24

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: 28 Total Hours

Module Fee: P12,500 (Member) / P13,500 (Non-Member)

This module is the culmination of the 6-module diploma program which integrates all related concepts leading to the implementation of an actual real estate development project of any type.

2022 1st Run: Jan. 22, 29 & Feb. 5, 12

2022 2nd Run: Jun. 25 & Jul. 2, 9, 16

Time: 1200-2000H (32 total hours)

Module Fee: P14,895

This module introduces the participants to the basics of construction and project management. It initiates the discussion on how Construction Management differs from Project Management, where the former begins within the latter in the lifecycle of a Construction Project. Management terminologies and definitions in Construction shall be discussed further, along with different tools needed to understand basic management techniques and methodologies. The main body of this module discusses the framework of the entire Diploma course, the 5 Ms in Project Management as a resource (Money, Material, Machine, Manpower and Method). It will also cover topics on principles of Construction, Planning, Scheduling and Estimating of both time and cost.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Management Principles in CPM
  • General Management Tools – QQTC/POSLC
  • Software Applications

Session 2:

  • Introduction to Resource Management in the Construction Industry
  • The 5M’s of Resource Management I

Session 3:

  • The 5M's of Resource Management II
  • Resource Management Summary & Discussion

Session 4:

  • Understanding Construction Phasing
  • Planning Tools - RASCI/SWOT
  • Monitoring Tools – DMAIC/RAG/RCA

2022 1st Run: Feb. 19, 26 & Mar. 5, 12 19

2022 2nd Run: Jul. 30 & Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P16,895

This module shall discuss the fundamentals on Financial and Accounting Management techniques, principles and methodologies, specific to conducting a Construction project that will help the participant understand and eventually create, a standard financial statement. The entire module is meant to increase the aptitude of the participants in a managerial position, respective of the project’s finances, assets and acquiring them, as well as monitoring performance indicators, and planning on further capital investments within the construction process.

Module Outline

Session 1: Project Study

  • Steps, Elements and Management of a Project Study
  • The Business Case Analysis
  • Scheduling/Estimating Project Activities

Session 2: Management Accounting in Construction

  • Project Management in Accounting
  • Introduction to Business Basics
  • Fundamentals of PM Accounting

Session 3: Financial Management in Construction

  • Importance of a Financial Statement to a Contractor and Project Management
  • Basic Analysis of a Financial Statement

Session 4: Managerial Statistics and Research

  • Managerial Statistics
  • Descriptive Statistical Method
  • Probability
  • Sampling Theory & Inferential Statistics

Session 5: Asset Management & Strategic Planning

  • The Investment Cycle & Identifying Investment Partners
  • Acquiring and Disposing Assets
  • Pro-Forma Preparation, Monitoring Performance & Reporting
  • Strategic Planning in Capital Improvements

2022 1st Run: Mar. 26 & Apr. 2, 23, 30 

2022 2nd Run: Sep. 3, 10, 17, 24

Time: 1200-2000H (32 total hours)

Module Fee: P14,895

This module discusses the workflow within the construction site. Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) principles and methodologies, their respective important roles and the differences between them, shall be the main thrust of this 4-week module. It will be a good introduction to understanding how the different Building utilities operate and how these utilities are significant components during the construction process.

The module shall also discuss the fundamentals of risk management, the types and process of handling and controlling risks within the project site to its most possible minimum. The four tools of risk management will also be given importance, i.e. avoidance, reduction, transferring and retaining.

Module Outline

Session 1: Works Engineering

  • Typical Workflow in Construction Sites
  • Participants in the Construction Project
  • Quality Assurance Principles/Processes (QA)
  • Quality Control Principles (QC)

Session 2: Building Utilities I

  • Electrical Systems, Components, Systems, Methods and Types
  • Conduit Systems
  • General Wiring Systems and Terminologies
  • Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Passive Cooling
  • Air Conditioning Systems and Design System Categories

Session 3: Building Utilities II

  • Escalators Types, Design Components and Considerations
  • Elevator and their Airconditioning Systems
  • Lifts and their Design Components

Session 4: Project Safety and Management

  • Project Safety
  • Current Data and Overview of Project Safety Issues in the Construction Industry
  • Occupation Safety and Health Standards
  • Basics on Construction Safety
  • Risk Management Types, Tools and Treatments

2022 1st Run: May 21, 28 & Jun. 4, 11

2022 2nd Run: Oct. 8, 15, 22, 29

Time: 1200-2000H (4 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P14,895

This fourth module begins with identifying the different types of Construction and Project Management contracts in the Philippines, and their respective advantages and disadvantages, along with their respective contract fees. It will discuss topics on contract claims and negotiations, as well as handling disputes, arbitration and conflict resolutions. The module will also cover the responsibilities of the different personalities and professionals within the construction process, i.e. Architect, Owner, Engineers, Contractors, Manufacturers and Suppliers.

Module Outline

Session 1: Contract Types, Specifications, Changes and Negotiations

  • Kinds of Contract: Bilateral vs Unilateral
  • Contents of Construction Contract
  • Types of CPM Contracts in the Philippines
  • Basic Principles in Contract Claims and Negotiations
  • Reasons for Claims
  • Key Elements for Claim Management
  • Specification Writing
  • Types of Specification Writing
  • Types of Specifications

Session 2: Disputes, Arbitration and Resolutions I

  • Introduction to Contract Management
  • Contract Documents Defined
  • Execution, Correction, and Intent of Documents
  • Special Provisions
  • General Conditions
  • Agreements
  • Authority of Architect/Engineer, and Other Project Representatives

Session 3: Disputes, Arbitration and Resolutions II

  • The Construction Industry Arbitration Commission
  • Arbitration and Mediation
  • Arbitrators
  • Procedure in Filing a Dispute
  • Judicial Reliefs Available
  • Case Studies/ Case Discussions

Session 4: Sustainability in Construction

  • Landscape and Infrastructure
  • Green Roofs and their Benefits/Costs
  • Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
  • Water and Water Conserving Technologies
  • Integration of System and Building Commissioning
  • Green Material
  • Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Construction Waste Management

2022 1st Run: Jan. 22, 29 & Feb. 5, 12

2022 2nd Run: Jun. 25 & Jul. 2, 9, 16

2022 3rd Run: Nov. 12, 19, 26 & Dec. 3

Time: 0900-1200H; 1830-2000H (32 total hours)

Module Fee: P14,895

This module is particularly designed to help attendees have a basic understanding of the complicated relationships of entities in the management of properties in residential and commercial settings. It also introduces the participants to the digital journey of the operations, and enables the participants to apply laws relevant to managing properties, and effectively use said laws to resolve concerns arising from the operation and management of properties.

The module is strategically divided into four clusters of topics (A, B, C, & D), each with related subject clusters for each session.

The module aims to elevate the simple understanding of the attendees of the operations and maintenance of properties from a mere facilities management into a more meaningful community building and development.

*This module is shared with the Diploma in Building and Property Management.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Appreciate property management in general and understand relationships of bodies in community building;
  • Understand and manage delivery of services to the community;
  • Apply relevant laws in the building and development of the community.

Module Outline

Session Cluster A: Basics of Property Management

  • Research on Definitions of Property Management, Real Estate Developer, Condominium Corporations, and RA 4726
  • Government Regulating Bodies
  • Real Estate Associations
  • Master Deed with Declaration of Restriction

Session Cluster B: Industry Climate and Services Administration

  • Property Management landscape
  • Macroeconomic factors
  • Market trends and sector forecasts
  • Housing and Urbanization
  • Administering different services
  • Presentation and discussion on Security, Safety and Risks Management

Session Cluster C: Digital Journey

  • Digital Transformation Overview
  • Abizo Platform
  • Promis Property Management Software

Session Cluster D: Legal References

  • Readings and discussion on relevant laws
  • Case studies
  • Discussion of results

diploma in construction and project management

The Diploma in Construction and Project Management provide a higher set of credentials to the participants interested in progressing into the management aspect of the Construction Industry. Speakers for each module are all practicing licensed Architects & Engineers in the Industry, each having their respective Graduate Degrees in Project Management and its allied fields.

​The program is designed for individuals, professionals and entrepreneurs with a desire to expand their professional opportunities and excel in the Design and Construction industry either for employment, putting up their own construction firm or for personal development.

diploma in building and property management

This program offers a concise learning package for students, professionals or interested individuals aspiring to gain focused and intensive training in a specialized field of building and property management. It is committed to give the learners the theoretical and experiential knowledge coming from lecturers who are actually practicing the profession. It provides the participants with knowledge and skills raging from customer care, security, housekeeping and community building.

The program is composed of four (4) modules covering the following core topics: Business and Legal Process, Facilities Management, Financial Management and Organizational Development.

2022 1st Run: Jan. 22, 29 & Feb. 5, 12

2022 2nd Run: Jun. 25 & Jul. 2, 9, 16

2022 3rd Run: Nov. 12, 19, 26 & Dec. 3

Time: 0900-1200H; 1830-2000H (28 hours)

Module Fee: P14,895

This module is particularly designed to help attendees have a basic understanding of the complicated relationships of entities in the management of properties in residential and commercial settings. It also introduces the participants to the digital journey of the operations, and enables the participants to apply laws relevant to managing properties, and effectively use said laws to resolve concerns arising from the operation and management of properties.

The module is strategically divided into four clusters of topics (A, B, C, & D), each with related subject clusters for each session.

The module aims to elevate the simple understanding of the attendees of the operations and maintenance of properties from a mere facilities management into a more meaningful community building and development.

*This module is shared with the Diploma in Construction and Project Management.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Appreciate property management in general and understand relationships of bodies in community building;
  • Understand and manage delivery of services to the community;
  • Apply relevant laws in the building and development of the community.

Module Outline

Session Cluster A: Basics of Property Management

  • Research on Definitions of Property Management, Real Estate Developer, Condominium Corporations, and RA 4726
  • Government Regulating Bodies
  • Real Estate Associations
  • Master Deed with Declaration of Restriction

Session Cluster B: Industry Climate and Services Administration

  • Property Management landscape
  • Macroeconomic factors
  • Market trends and sector forecasts
  • Housing and Urbanization
  • Administering different services
  • Presentation and discussion on Security, Safety and Risks Management

Session Cluster C: Digital Journey

  • Digital Transformation Overview
  • Abizo Platform
  • Promis Property Management Software

Session Cluster D: Legal References

  • Readings and discussion on relevant laws
  • Case studies
  • Discussion of results

2022 1st Run: Feb. 19, 26 & Mar. 5, 12

2022 2nd Run: Jul. 30 & Aug. 6, 13, 20

Time: 1300-1600H; 1830-2030H (28 total hours)

Module Fee: P14,895

This module is particularly designed to enable the attendees to understand and apply learnings beginning from the testing and commissioning of the completed building together with its equipment, facilities, auxiliaries, and amenities up to the operation and maintenance of said construction. Attendees should be able to remember the necessary permits, plans, manuals, and warranties that are required for the operation and maintenance of the project. They should be able to understand compliance to the government-mandated codes.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the operation and maintenance of the building and its facilities, equipment, amenities, and auxiliaries.
  • Apply knowledge in the preparation of the building’s facilities and equipment plus their operation and maintenance needs.
  • Know the government-mandated permits and certificates that need to be secured for the building regularly.

Module Outline

Session Cluster A:

  • Turn Over Documentation
  • Quality Assurance:  Testing and Commissioning
  • Equipment & Facilities

Session Cluster B:

  • Water System & Water Testing
  • Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP)
  • Electrical System / Power Grid / Gen Set

Session Cluster C:

  • Architectural & Structural
  • Mechanical – Elevator / Escalator / AHU / Fire Protection
  • SDA Building Ocular

Session Cluster D:

  • Amenities: Swimming Pool
  • Site Video Tour
  • Final Discussion

2022 1st Run: Mar. 26 & Apr. 2, 23, 30 

2022 2nd Run: Sep. 3, 10, 17, 24

Time: 8 hours per week (28 total hours)

Module Fee: P14,895 

This module provides participants with an understanding of financial information, reports, accounting procedure tailored for building and property management. It covers finance related functions: planning, organizing and controlling of the annual budget, billings and collections, financial reports that are needed by the Developer. This course is geared towards identifying and analyzing overall financial needs of the property manager and managing financial resources.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Set up a financial plan for the operations, maintenance and management of a property.
  • Develop revenue collection processes and policies that would support forecasts on the expenses of the property.
  • Understand and explain to stakeholders the financial activities of the property regarding operations and maintenance.

Module Outline

Session Cluster A:

  • Basics of Financial Management
  • Association Dues Computation
  • Operating Expenses and Other Special Assessments

Session Cluster B:

  • Financial Forecasting: Budgeting
  • Admin and Maintenance
  • Seasonal Activities
  • Introduction to Taxation

Session Cluster C:

  • Billings Systems
  • Waivers
  • Collection Efficiencies
  • Annotation of Titles
  • Amenities Use, Water Disconnections

Session Cluster D:

  • Financial Reports to Developer, BOT, Community
  • Operating Expense Requirements
  • Accounts, Accounts Receivables, and Special Assessments
  • Treasury System: Cash and Check Monitoring and Release
  • Exams and Final Discussions

2022 1st Run: May 21, 28 & Jun.4, 11

2022 2nd Run: Oct. 8, 15, 22, 29

Time: 8 hours per week (32 total hours)

Module Fee: P14,895

This module covers Human Resource and Organizational Development in BPM; Customer Service and Community Development that is focused on: people and culture development, public relations, social media, image/branding and controlled media access. The participants will develop an understanding on the strategy and effective operation of the organization and address organizational issue, problem or opportunity.

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2022 1st Run: TBA

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: TBA

Module Fee: TBA

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is widely-used, globally recognized and adopted regulatory resource in building design and construction in reference to building code compliance pertaining to life safety, fire, electrical, and other hazards related to building design and construction.  Authorities having jurisdictions (AHJs) worldwide are adopting NFPA along with International Building Code (IBC) (Both codes are interchangeably referred to as ‘Code’ in this document).

The added benefits in applying and adopting the provisions of NFPA and IBC are the third party laboratory testing and certifications that support and comply through validation of various provisions of the building code.

This module’s key initiative is to adhere with RA 9266 mandate to develop professional architects’ practice to “world-class and globally competitive” and conversely to meet the challenges brought by ASEAN economic integration, it is paramount to raise the technical competency of Filipino architects in international building code and relevant industry standards to keep abreast of the statutes governing the construction industry.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the need for implementing the provisions of NFPA and IBC.
  • Describe the applicability of codes and industry standards.
  • Determine and differentiate occupancy and area separation.
  • Determine occupant load and means of egress capacity.
  • Determine requirements for passive fire and safety protection of interior finishes.
  • Perform life safety analysis using key provisions of NFPA and IBC

Module Outline

  • Overview of NFPA 5000 and IBC
  • Adoption of NFPA by GCC and Singapore
  • Brief overview of NFPA vs NBC
  • Building Code requirements (Life Safety Analysis)
  • UL Standards
  • Building Code analysis

Lecturer: Leonardo Genit Galotera Project Architect and Design Development Advisor

LG has over 30 years of experience, 17 years of which dedicated in four airport project and construction management under Bechtel: PM/CM: Dubai, UAE and Doha, Qatar; EPC: Lima, Peru and Muscat, Oman.

LG has managed all stages of the construction projects, including review & approval of design development, detail design, shop drawings, subcontract formation, procurement and construction. He has also managed the successful manufacturing, performance testing, execution and quality control of curtain wall systems, cladding and standing seam roofing.

2022 1st Run: TBA

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: TBA

Module Fee: TBA

To keep abreast of building envelope statutes and techniques, it is paramount to raise the technical competency of practicing architects in specifying the facade glazing system in compliance with BS EN 410, which is the basis for Green Mark (Green Building Index, Malaysia and Green Mark, Singapore).

BS EN 410 will be introduced to the participants, which is widely and commonly used standard for façade design. With the support of manufacturer’s proprietary online software, specifying high performance glass will be demonstrated in real-time. The results of this quick, arms-length approach, participants will be able to develop technical specifications and establish project baseline for glass types and makeup to meet project and safety performance.

Introduction to performance testing, quality control, and construction technique will also be demonstrated.

All topics are based on real, mega-projects.

Masterclass Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand glass spectral values based on BS EN 410
  • Use Inhabit ETTV online app for SC and U-value parameters
  • Use Pilkington or Others glazing calculator
  • Develop an outline specification based on the above

Masterclass Outline

  • BS EN 410 Glass Spectral Values
  • Shading coefficient/G-value
  • Establish SC to Green Mark - Inhabit ETTV Facade designer
  • Glass makeup - Pilkington calculator
  • Stick vs Unitized System
  • Structural Sealant application and testing
  • GANA glass making and processing
  • Glass Schedule
  • Performance testing

Lecturer: Leonardo Genit Galotera Project Architect and Design Development Advisor

LG has over 30 years of experience, 17 years of which dedicated in four airport project and construction management under Bechtel: PM/CM: Dubai, UAE and Doha, Qatar; EPC: Lima, Peru and Muscat, Oman.

LG has managed all stages of the construction projects, including review & approval of design development, detail design, shop drawings, subcontract formation, procurement and construction. He has also managed the successful manufacturing, performance testing, execution and quality control of curtain wall systems, cladding and standing seam roofing.

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Look for: Dianne Salvacion

4/F School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus
950 Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines
✆  (+63) 8230-5100 local 3802, 
(+63) 8400-5425, (+63) 8400-7405
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