May 09, 2018
DMCI Homes Quality Council honors best developments, communities for 2017
Lemuel Sacan, project-in-charge of The Birchwood receives one of Tumpak’s major awards from Senior Vice President for Construction Elmer G. Civil, DMCI Homes President Alfredo R. Austria and Assistant Vice President for Business Process Unit and Quality Management Department Josephine Isidro.
DMCI Homes, the
country’s first Quadruple A developer, recently recognized projects and
communities which helped sustain the culture of quality in the company in 2017.
Leading the awardees
are The Birchwood, Fairway Terraces, and Flair Towers which dominated the
Tumpak construction quality management and Angat property management
construction site in Acacia Estates, Taguig, which is being supervised by
project-in-charge Lemuel Sacan and area manager Ronie Correa, won two of
Tumpak’s major awards—the Quality Improvement Award and Quality Performance
Awardee of the Year.
The Quality Improvement
Award is given to the project which had the highest incremental decrease of
non-compliance report (NCR) while the Quality Performance Awardee of the Year
is given to the project with the highest NCR progress project percentage as
well as highest average rating from the first to fourth quarter of 2017.
Fairway Terraces in
Villamor Airbase, Pasay City, which is being handled by project-in-charge Kevin
Bunag and area manager Ronel Gasgonia, on the other hand, won the Overall
Compliance Consciousness Award of the competition introduced in 2016.
Area Manager Ronel Gasgonia receives the Tumpak Overall Compliance Consciousness Award for Fairway Terraces from SVP for Construction Elmer G. Civil, President Alfredo R. Austria and AVP for Business Process Unit and Quality Management Department Josephine Isidro.
The Quality Compliance
Consciousness Award is given to projects with the least number of issued and
open NCRs and the shortest average number of days to close NCRs.
competition covered the site inspection conducted by the Quality Management
Department from December 2016 to September 2017.
Meanwhile, Flair Towers
led the winners in the Angat competition, bagging the Community of the Year for
2017 for being the only Property Management Office to reach the minimum
combined score of 86% in terms of Project Quality and Performance and
implemented special projects.
Scores and projects
from January to December 2017 were consolidated to determine the overall
winners for the property management competition.
Similarly, Maricielo Villas was cited for implementing the Most Innovative Project of installing
photocells in street lamp posts.
Flair Towers Property Management Office (PMO) staff members led by Property Manager Al Richmond Catabay receive the Angat “Community of the Year Award” from DPMC Area Manager Jessie Ohoylan, DPMC Senior Vice President Enrico C. Wong, DMCI Homes President Alfredo Austria and DPMC Operations Manager Frederick Rapiñan.
Likewise, East RayaGardens (older projects), Tivoli Garden Residences (old projects), and Flair
Towers (new projects) won the Best Implemented Special Project award in their
respective categories for effecting projects such as playground improvement,
additional ramps for persons with disabilities (PWDs), converting fluorescent
lamps to LED tubes, drivers’ lounge, and dog potty area among other measures.
Also honored during the
recognition program at the DMCI Homes Corporate Center multipurpose gym were
the top awardees for the third quarter evaluation of Angat Quality Program
namely Dansalan Gardens (older projects); Siena Park Residences; and AristaPlace (new projects).
DMCI Homes Property
Management Corporation (DPMC) Senior Vice President Enrico C. Wong, who spoke
on behalf of DMCI Homes President Alfredo R. Austria, thanked the awardees for
nourishing the company’s quality management programs and in turn helping the organization
cement its reputation as a builder of quality homes and communities.
“It’s important for us to
sustain our quality programs because quality and customer satisfaction or
delight do not happen by chance. It only happens with intentionality,” Wong stressed.