The EQRP Rapid Inspection on devastated Structures caused by a 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake in Cebu and Bohol, October 15,2013. more photos on facebook!

Leading PICE members in 96 chapters from Cagayan to Sulu belonging to leading government departments, agencies and offices, construction companies, consulting firms, colleges and universities are expected to participate in this ANNUAL EVENT of Civil Engineers

The Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) and Project Green Engineering Philippines thru PHIL GREEN School Building Projects has won the ACECC Outstanding Civil Engineering Project Award for the year 2013 for its remarkable contribution to the advancement of civil engineering and development in Asia.

Through stern engagement in research and development, PICE will greatly advance and improve Civil Engineering practice and education with the generation of new knowledge and technologies.


The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Scholarship Coordinating Committee  is pleased to invite nominations to the training program in Seismology, Earthquake Engineering and Disaster-Recovery Management Policy to be held from 30 September 2014 to 18 September 2015 under the auspices of the Japan International Cooperation Agency of the Government of Japan (JICA). The program offers full scholarship which covers tuition, accommodation, medical insurance, round trip economy airfare, and monthly living allowance.

Qualification Requirements for the said program are as follows:
a.) 40 years old and below provided the return service obligation is still within the nominee’s serviceable years;
b.) Candidate must have rendered at least two (2) years of service;
c.) Must hold a permanent appointment;
d.) Must have a college degree related to the field of study or has sufficient demonstrated ability and experience along the field of study;
e.) Must not have pending application for scholarship under another program; and


 The super typhoon Haiyan swept in from the Pacific Ocean as a category-five storm with maximum sustained winds of 315 kilometres an hour that hit the province of Leyte may potentially be the worst  recorded natural disaster in our country, it sent tsunami-like waves and merciless winds rampaging across a huge chunk of the archipelago. Reports have said that more than 10,000 may have been killed,  people are becoming violent and they are looting business establishments, the malls, just to find food, rice and milk. Rescue workers are overwhelmed in their efforts to help countless survivors. We at PICE are deeply saddened and have launched a fund raising campaign “Tulong sa Leyte” project to assist our government's relief and recovery efforts. We are calling on all PICE International and Local chapters to respond rapidly to help the people in need.



How to be Accredited as an APEC/ASEAN Engineer

 All civil engineers who wish to secure accreditation as an APEC or ASEAN Engineer must complete  the requirements of PICE and pass the evaluation and be approved by the National Board of    Directors, before he/she can be endorsed to the Philippine Technological Council for final evaluation. Please note that the ASEAN or APEC Engineer Register requirements may be different in  nature from    the PICE Criteria. 

Project Green Engineering Philippines

About Project Green Engineering Philippines 
Building sector accounts for one third of the global greenhouse gas emissions and accounts for more than 40 percent of global energy use. Government policies and non-government organizations have taken steps and campaign towards reducing the greenhouse gas emissions from the building sector, but there is still limited impact on actual emission levels. 

PGEP (Project Green Engineering Philippines) is a project of the PICE, which was launch in 2010 to take the lead to significantly reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from the building sector.
There is no other time more pressing than now to address climate change. 


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