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Thursday, October 09, 2008

Developers tackle green technology in Subic convention

Architect Stephen Sy Lau of the Hong Kong Department of Architecture and Senator Juan Miguel F. Zubiri, chairman of the Senate Committee on Housing and Urban Development, will discuss "Green Technology: An Asian Perspective" on Oct. 25 during the national convention of members and stakeholders of the Chamber of Real Estate and Builders Associations (CREBA) Inc. at Subic Free Port, Zambales.

CREBA national president Reghis M. Romero II and convention chairman Angel G. Vivas Jr. said this year's theme is "Managing Land and the Environment for Today’s Communities: Best Practices and Success Stories."

Rene D. Almendras, business group director of the Manila Water Company, will be the forum panelist, while Architect Felino "Jun" A. Palafox will be the reactor. An open forum will follow.

Lau teaches architectural and environmental design at the department of architecture, Hong Kong University. He served as chairman of the faculty board of architecture, director of research graduate students, honorary professor of the Tongji University, the Southeast University and the Wuhan University, China and associate dean in 1998-2006; master architect coordinator and director of the Center of Architecture and Urban Design for China and Hong Kong in 2000-2007.

Convention sponsors are Boysen Paint, MB Villar Group of Companies, Durawood Construction & Lumber Supply, Moldex Group of Companies, Pag-IBIG Fund V.V. Soliven Group of Companies, R-II Builders Inc. Prime Estate Ventures Inc., Harbour Centre, Sta. Lucia Realty Development Inc., Central Country Estate Inc., BPI Family Savings Bank, Manila Water Company, and Hausland Development Corporation.

CREBA is inviting developers and industry professionals to attend the national convention. For inquiries, e-mail at creba inc@yahoo.com.

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