The Philippine Star
MAPUA TOPS HOLCIM SUSTAINABLE DESIGN COMPETITION:
A team from Mapúa University’s School of Architecture, Industrial Design, and The Built Environment topped the leading cement maker Holcim Philippines Inc.’s sustainable design contest with a proposal for building spacious and cost-efficient public schools that are more conducive for learning. In photo are Holcim Philppines vice president Cara Ramirez (left) and president and CEO John Stull (right) with the 2019 Young Builders Challenge top prize winners senior Mapúa architecture students Dexter Pangan, Czarrina Hernandez, Kendrick Supnet, Erik Joshua Isip and class adviser Architect Perry Sanga during the awarding ceremony last May 5. The team won for a proposal for building spacious and cost-efficient public schools that are more conducive for learning.