Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges (CSPC) has truly proven itself as one of the best institutions in the Philippines, with CSPCeans achieving numerous triumphs in a variety of events.
Team CSPC has earned another recognition after being declared as the champion in the finals of the National Civil Engineering Quiz: Case Study Edition 2022.
The team, with its case study titled “Integrated Clean (IC) Water Framework: Solution to water crisis in Guagua, Pampanga,” emerged as the champion. The team is composed of Nancy Valle, Jeremy Jucel Azur, and John Reynold Brioso. They will receive a certificate of recognition, a discounted review and refresher course from Review Innovation for each of the team members, a cash prize of Php 30,000 and a chance to present their winning case study solution on day three of the CE symposium.
Meanwhile, in the bridge-building competition, the Usbong Bridge by Vincent John Mendez, Marc Louie Udtohan, and Erros Jul Regondola garnered the special award, which is the Design, Consultation, Construction Management, and Development (DCCD) Feasibility Award. They will receive a certificate of recognition and a cash prize of PHP 1,500.
Additionally, the team’s Usbong Bridge, the Catibay Bridge of Dexter Nuñez, Kristle Djanne Llagas and Jomel Ludovice, and the Tulay Banyuhay of Ronald Llorin, John Reynold Brioso and Darryl Panton, were declared as Top 10 finalists.
The competition was initially joined by institutions like Bicol University, Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges, Pangasinan State University – Urdaneta City Campus, Technological University of the Philippines, Western Mindanao State University, Adamson University, Capiz State University, Saint Louis College, and Technological Institute of the Philippines.
The announcement of winners was held today, September 24, 2022, via Zoom and Facebook live. Both events were part of the National Civil Engineering Summit (NCES) 2022 organized by the University of the Philippines Association of Civil Engineering Students (UP ACES).
Words by Mark Cynric Beriña and Jericho Dagami / TheSPARK
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