The DMCI Homes Quality Council recently recognized the second batch of awardees for the company’s year-long Tumpak construction quality management competition.
Project sites were graded by the Quality Management Department from Jan. 1 to March 31, 2017 to select the second crop of Tumpak awardees.
The recognition of winners was led by DMCI Homes President Alfredo Austria during the launch of this year’s edition of Sikat, Kapit-bisig and Tigbayon (Enhancement of Existing Design Features) Quality Programs last June 8 at the Multipurpose Hall of DMCI Homes Corporate Center.
Maple Place, manned by project-in-charge (PIC) Eric Emocling and area manager Ronie L. Correa, earned two recognitions, winning both Compliance Consciousness and Quality Responsiveness awards for projects with 0-30 percent progress (Category A).
Another awardee is Lumiere Residences which won the Compliance Consciousness award for projects with 31-79 percent progress (Category B). The development along Pasig Boulevard corner Shaw Boulevard in Pasig City is being managed by PIC Mark Lavapie and area manager Christian Manahan.
The Compliance Consciousness award is given to project sites having the least number of non-compliance report (NCR) issued. The project sites should also have the shortest average number of days to resolve NCRs and the least number of open NCRs during the same period.
Zinnia Residences which is handled by PIC Johncel Tuquero and area manager Antolin Borlaza, on the other hand, won the Compliance Consciousness award for projects with 80 and above progress (Category C).
Meanwhile, Brio Tower which is supervised by PIC Enhart Tolentino and area manager Christian Manahan won the Quality Responsiveness Award-Category B. The award is given to project sites with no recurring NCR.
Organized by DMCI Homes Quality Council, Tumpak is one of the group competitions introduced in 2016 which aims to promote and inculcate a culture of quality in the company and encourage employees to emulate core values on integrity, excellence, customer orientation and interdependence.
The grading of project sites will continue until the last quarter before the grand awarding of winners in December this year.