IEC 2016 Committee Visits Pavilion Site

Pavilion construction as of Dec. 2014Representatives from the different clusters of the IEC 2016 Committee visited the Pavilion site which will accommodate 15,000 local and international delegates participating in the Congress’ activities from January 24 to 31, 2016.

Engr. Adonis Gabutin of Durosland, Inc., the project in-charge of the IEC Pavilion, updated the representatives of the site’s progress as they toured the constructed venue.

“The floor area of the pavilion is approximately 18,000 square meters and the minor seminary is 7,600 square meters,” said Engr. Gabutin.

According to Gabutin, the site’s progress is 22.5% as of November 2014 and they will target 30% by the end of December.

The structural and architectural design of the pavilion will be completed in the 4th quarter of 2015.Representatives from the different clusters of the IEC 2016 Committee visited the Pavilion site which will house 15,000 local and international delegates participating in the Congress’ activities from January 24 to 31, 2016.

Engr. Adonis Gabutin of Durosland, Inc., the project in-charge of the IEC Pavilion, updated the representatives of the site’s progress as they toured the constructed venue.

“The floor area of the pavilion is approximately 18,000 square meters and the minore (part of the structure used as a minor seminary after the IEC) is 7,600 square meters,” said Engr. Gabutin.

According to Gabutin, the site’s progress is 22.5% as of November 2014 and they will target 30% by the end of December.

The structural and architectural design of the pavilion will be completed in the 4th quarter of 2015. Representatives from the different clusters of the IEC 2016 Committee visited the Pavilion site which will house 15,000 local and international delegates participating in the Congress’ activities from January 24 to 31, 2016.

Engr. Adonis Gabutin of Durosland, Inc., the project in-charge of the IEC Pavilion, updated the representatives of the site’s progress as they toured the constructed venue.

“The floor area of the pavilion is approximately 18,000 square meters and the minore (part of the structure used as a minor seminary after the IEC) is 7,600 square meters,” said Engr. Gabutin.

According to Gabutin, the site’s progress is 22.5% as of November 2014 and they will target 30% by the end of December.

The structural and architectural design of the pavilion will be completed in the 4th quarter of 2015. Representatives from the different clusters of the IEC 2016 Committee visited the Pavilion site which will house 15,000 local and international delegates participating in the Congress’ activities from January 24 to 31, 2016.

Engr. Adonis Gabutin of Durosland, Inc., the project in-charge of the IEC Pavilion, updated the representatives of the site’s progress as they toured the constructed venue.

“The floor area of the pavilion is approximately 18,000 square meters and the minore (part of the structure used as a minor seminary after the IEC) is 7,600 square meters,” said Engr. Gabutin.

According to Gabutin, the site’s progress is 22.5% as of November 2014 and they will target 30% by the end of December.

The structural and architectural design of the pavilion will be completed in the 4th quarter of 2015. Representatives from the different clusters of the IEC 2016 Committee visited the Pavilion site which will house 15,000 local and international delegates participating in the Congress’ activities from January 24 to 31, 2016.

Engr. Adonis Gabutin of Durosland, Inc., the project in-charge of the IEC Pavilion, updated the representatives of the site’s progress as they toured the constructed venue.

“The floor area of the pavilion is approximately 18,000 square meters and the minore (part of the structure used as a minor seminary after the IEC) is 7,600 square meters,” said Engr. Gabutin.

According to Gabutin, the site’s progress is 22.5% as of November 2014 and they will target 30% by the end of December.

The structural and architectural design of the pavilion will be completed in the 4th quarter of 2015.

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