DMCI Homes President Alfredo R. Austria recently led officials and employees in honoring the latest awardees of Sikat, Angat, and Tumpak Quality Programs who he said had fueled the unprecedented sales success DMCI Homes has been enjoying in recent years.
Leading the awardees are the first batch of Sikat employees or those who were nominated by their internal or external customers for their excellent performance at work or for rendering quality service.
Sikat awardees include Belinda Dela Cruz, remedial accounts assistant of Legal Department; Luisito Diez, staff member of the Information Technology Department; Floyd Ban, associate property manager of Mahogany Place 3; and Edgar Sanchez, property manager of Rhapsody Residences.
For the company's year-long Tumpak construction quality management competition, the third batch of awardees are the following: Alea Residences project-in-charge Christian Tuazon (Quality Compliance Consciousness and Quality Responsiveness Awards, Category A); Brio Tower PIC Enhart Tolentino (Quality Compliance Consciousness Award, Category B); and Asteria Residences PIC John Edchel Tugado (Quality Compliance Consciousness Award, Category C).
On the other hand, Dansalan Gardens by Property Manager Mary Delot Estaris (older projects); Siena Park Residences by Property Manager Jonalyn Bendo (old projects); and The Amaryllis by Property Manager Richelle Paringit (new projects) were the top awardees for the second quarter evaluation of the property management competition Angat.
Held at the Multipurpose Hall of DMCI Homes Corporate Center last August, the company also took the opportunity to recognize employees who recently passed their respective licensure examinations.
Recognized for passing the Architecture
licensure examinations were Architects Eunice Abalos, Gene Paulo Cabezudo,
Jillian Dane De Guzman, Julie Anne Torres, Ann Catherine T. Patagnan, and
Emmanuel Ryan Ornos, who are all members of the Design and Engineering
team. Richard Jara and Mara Ferelie
Olavere of Construction department were also recognized for being newly