ARISE Japan and ARISE Philippines hosted their second Knowledge Sharing Session on 22 February 2022, focusing on another of the four ARISE Priority Areas, Resilient Infrastructure. In his opening remarks, Mr. Masato Takamatsu, President of Tourism Resilience Japan and ARISE Japan Lead noted that “it is critically important, in both our hazard-prone countries, to make infrastructure resistant...Continue reading
In the face of increasing and intensifying extreme weather events, we must co-create solutions for resilience in the built environment. Join the Resilience Hackathon, developed by the International Finance Corporation, with support from the Government of the Netherlands and the Australian Government, in partnership with ARISE-Philippines, ANZCham, Australia Alumni Communities Philippines, Australia Global Alumni, DOST...Continue reading
The PICE National Board of Directors thru the Conventions Committee will be hosting the 47th PICE National Convention and Technical Conference (Virtual) slated on 25-26 November 2021 with the Theme: “Back to Basics in Foreseeing Our Futures in Civil Engineering” This will be offered for FREE to all PICE Members. Calling our academicians, researchers, innovators,...Continue reading
In celebration of the 2021 National Disaster Resilience Month, priority area lead on Resilient Infrastructure, the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) organized a webinar on Disaster Resilience last July 31. The webinar draw the attention of the members of the PICE including aspiring engineers from engineering schools across the country. Among the topics covered...