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.
The country’s first Quadruple A builder-developer DMCI Homes is bringing its signature resort-inspired living and expansive public spaces along Aurora Boulevard in Quezon City, giving residents an excellent proximity to top schools and business centers in the area.
Just a stone’s throw away from the LRT 2 Anonas Station, Infina Towers offers an ideal place for startup families to raise and optimize their children’s potential with the easy access of topnotch educational institutions such as University of the Philippines-Diliman, Miriam College and Ateneo de Manila University as well as flourishing businesses in nearby Araneta Center in Cubao area.
Known for promoting quality lifestyle in its communities, DMCI Homes designed Infina Towers to be a haven for relaxation and comfort with its wide array of indoor and outdoor services to give residents a respite from the pressures of city life.
The development features two towers - the North and the South Tower - that will house finely-crafted residential units with resort-like amenities such as lounge areas, snack bar, game area, fitness gym, audio visual room, sky lounge, function room and extended sky patios.
Residents can also unwind at the pool complex that includes a kiddie and lap pool, gazebo, open lawn picnic area, play area, court roof garden, and basketball court.
More Breathing Space
With the well-being of residents always an utmost concern of DMCI Homes, the esteemed developer incorporated its proprietary Lumiventt Design Technology to allow ambient light and fresh air to permeate the towers as well as all unit spaces within high-rise structures.
This pioneering technology from DMCI Homes translates to lesser electrical consumption for residents and at the same time prevent “sick building syndrome” with more breathing spaces.
The unobstructed view of the mountains of Antipolo, the sun rising in the east, and the spectacle of city lights at night, on the other hand, provide residents an added treat amid the bustle of urban life.
Hassle-free condo living
Meanwhile, to give residents a sense of security, Infina Towers will have a full back up power and a fire alarm system with automatic fire sprinkler and suppression system for all units and common areas.
CCTV provisions will also be installed in strategic locations of common areas around the compound surrounded by electrified perimeter fence and 24/7 roving guards.
To ensure a hassle-free condo living, 10 high-speed elevators per tower will be made available and will also house a convenience store, laundry station and a water station.
Five levels of basement parking for both towers were also included in the project design to accommodate a total of 1,651 parking slots.
The one-bedroom units of 27.50 to 36 square meter floor area are great for rental investments at a price range of P2.46 million to P3.18 million.
On the other hand, two-bedroom units range from P3.89 million to P4.42 million. With a floor area of 48.50 to 53 square meters, the units are perfect for small to medium sized families. Spacious three-bedroom units of 89 square meter floor area, meanwhile, range from P6.12 million to P6.39 million.
The turnover date for the North Tower which has 40 levels of residential units is on Sept. 2021.
Infina Towers is one of the developments of DMCI Homes known for building quality resort-inspired communities in Mega Manila, Baguio City, Boracay and Davao City. Built with world-standard craftsmanship borne from D.M. Consunji Inc.'s over 60 years of expertise in the construction and development industry, DMCI Homes continues to uphold its thrust of providing quality homes at best value on or ahead of time.
To learn more about Infina Towers and other DMCI Homes projects, call (+632) 546-4500 or log on to www.dmciresidences.com.