Foundations For Buildings Essay

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NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FISCAL YEAR 2014-2015
PAOLO M MENDOZA, uapsa-mit
NATIONAL PRESIDENT
SHARLEEN MAE M ESTEVES, uapsa-feu
NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT
MARK ARTHUR DL CRUZ, uapsa-bulsu
VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA A
ZSENILLE A OPEÑA, uapsa-uphsd-c
VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA B
BERLIN JOHN T TOLENTINO, uapsa-lccb
VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA C
JANNAH CLARRISE B CLARIN, uapsa-upmin
VICE-PRESIDENT FOR AREA D
GELLI P RICO, uapsa-tup
SECRETARY-GENERAL
PAUL DANIEL D ARROZAL, uapsa-feu
NATIONAL TREASURER
AIRON J SAMAC, uapsa-mit
NATIONAL AUDITOR
HANNA B ARCILLA, uapsa-ust
IMMEDIATE PAST NATIONAL PRESIDENT
NEL JAMES B AQUINO, uapsa-slc
DISTRICT DIRECTOR A-1A
BARIQUIELLE T ...view middle of the document...

This year’s theme for 2014 World Architecture Day was conceived by the UIA to illustrate the
expansion of such practices and their impact on the urban space as well as on the entire city.
The theme also one facet of the UIA’s global commitment to international institutions who
defend safeguarding the planet, the quality of the air, the water, the soil and all the elements
contributing to the health of human settlements.

JOHN FEDERICK C MEJIA, uapsa-feu
DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-1
MARVIN PAUL L SUGUITAN, uapsa-mit
DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-2
SHERVIN M PEJI, uapsa-cvsu
DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-3
MA. SHAMILE ANNE C CUETO, uapsa-batsu
DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-4
JAN DARYL B AYCARDO, uapsa-bu
DISTRICT DIRECTOR B-5

GUIDELINES
1. ELEGIBILITY
ï‚· The contest is open to all interested architecture students.
ï‚· One entry per contestant will be accepted (Individual or Group)
ï‚· Copy of Valid School I.D. must be included / Attached to the registration form
ï‚· Entry must be accompanied by their School Head as endorsement.

RAMON PHILIP M CURIT, uapsa-ub
DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-1
MARY ROSE M FERRER, uapsa-norsu
DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-2
MIKKA ANGELA T MENDOZA, uapsa-evsu
DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-3
MA. SHARMAINE B BARRETTO, uapsa-usa
DISTRICT DIRECTOR C-4
NESTOR T QUEZADA JR, uapsa-addu
DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-1
JOMARIE P BARBA, uapsa-wmsu
DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-2

2. CONTEST DURATION
ï‚· Contest starts September 16 until September 30
3. LOGO DESIGN FEATURE
 The logo must reflect the NAW THEME “Healthy cities, Happy cities”
 Logo should contain the text “World day of Architecture 2014”, may or may not
be incorporated in the design
ï‚· The design should be usable in monochrome and color media

JERBY P FLORES, uapsa-cocpen
DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-3
ISAIAH G ZALSOS, uapsa-lif
DISTRICT DIRECTOR D-4

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF:

ARCHITECT MICHAEL ANGELO J BARUIZ, uap
UAPSA CHAIRPERSON

ARCHITECT TED VILLAMOR G INOCENCIO, fuap
UAP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ON EDUCATION

ARCHITECT REY S GABITAN, uap
UAP NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

ARCHITECT MA. BENITA O REGALA, fuap
UAP NATIONAL PRESIDENT

|A-1a| DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF LAOAG, LYCEUM NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY-URDANETA, SAINT LOUIS COLLEGE, SAINT
LOUIS UNIVERSITY-BAGUIO, UNIVERSITY OF LUZON, UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS, UNIVERSITY OF THE NORTHERN PHILIPPINES. |A-1B| ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY-ILIGAN, SAINT
MARY’S UNIVERSITY-BAYOMBONG, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LOUIS-TUGUEGARAO, UNIVERSITY OF LA SALETTE-SANTIAGO. |A-2A| BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY, NUEVA ECIJA UNIVERSITY OF
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. |A-2B| BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBAN COLLEGE, DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY, HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY,
TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF THE ASSUMPTION. |A-3 | CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES – QUEZON CITY. |A-4|
UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-CALOOCAN,...

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