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NEW ERA UNIVERSITY

College of Engineering and Technology


Department of Civil Engineering

OJT 480
ON-THE-JOB-TRAINING
Accomplishment Report

SUBMITTED BY:
WINFRED G. LIWANAG II
BSCE 5TH YEAR
SUBMITTED TO:
ENGR. RODEL C. ANGKAHAN
INSTRUCTOR
OCTOBER 18, 2013
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE:
Brief History
Background of the Company
Company Profile
CHAPTER TWO:

Weekly Progress Reports Compilation

CHAPTER THREE:
Assessment of Practicum Program
CHAPTER FOUR:
Pertinent Documents
Letter of Applications
Acceptance Letter
Waiver Form
Training Schedule From
Certificate of Completion
Evaluation Form
CHAPTER FOUR:
Pictures from the Program

CHAPTER
ONE:

BRIEF HISTORY

The story began when a young concrete


inspector learned valuable insights of what
construction
is
all
about-the
planning,
preparation, implementation, and the systems
involved and put up his own contracting
company bearing his name, DAVID CONSUNJI
Civil Engineers and Contractors. Equipped with
a vision, dedication to profession and a degree in Civil
Engineering from University of the Philippines, this young
inspector in a small room in Pandacan, Manila, DAVID MENDOZA
CONSUNJI (DMC) founded D.M.Consunji, Incorporated (DMCI) on
December 24, 1954.
Starting from constructing chicken houses for the Bureau of
Animal Industry, DMCI has earned a reputation for on schedule
delivery and quality work. Since major projects such as the
Tacloban Coca Cola Plant and Bacnotan Cement Plant were
awarded.

With more than five decades of solid track record in the


construction business, DMCI enjoyed the
continued patronage of institutional clients
such as the Ayala Group, SM Group, Kuok
Group,
Robinsons
Group,
San
Miguel
Corporation; banking institutions such as the
Citibank, N.A., BPI, Equitable and Urban Bank;
educational institutions such as the University
of the Philippines, and De La Salle University;
multinationals such as the John Laing,
Obayashi, Mitsubishi Heavy, Oriken, Nippon
Steel. Also, industrial companies and some government agencies
had sought the services of DMCI and still are using the companys
services.
DMCI during the 70s and 80s was also actively engaged in
overseas construction projects. Several of these projects were the
New Istana (Royal Palace) of the Sultanate of Brunei, the SalimHalban Highway, and several ARAMCO facilities in Saudi Arabia,
bridges in Kuwait, irrigation projects in Iraq and many others.
With its expertise, DMCI has constructed the largest numbers
of high-rise and commercial buildings in the Philippines, especially
in the Makati and Ortigas centers, two of the countrys premier
financial districts. High-rise and commercial building construction
is DMCIs stronghold where it has extensive portfolio. For the
Ayala Corporation: the Ayala Triangle Tower I, the Philippine Stock
Exchange Plaza and Roxas Triangle. For major Banking
Headquarters: the Fareast Bank (now part of BPI), Citibank, Urban
Bank, Equitable Bank (now Banco de Oro-EquitablePCI), BPI and
UCPB bank. Five Star Hotels: the Shangri-La Mactan Island Resort
and Shangri-La Hotel in Makati, the Westin Philippine Plaza, the
Manila Hotel and the Hyatt Hotel. For Big Commercial Malls: the
SM Megamall, SM Dasmarinas, SM Manila, SM Bacoor and SM
Fairview. And for high-end condominiums, the Rockwell Centers

Five Condominium Towers, the countrys single largest high-rise


project to date.
In infrastructure, its portfolio includes fast-track projects such as
the Carmen Bridge, the one-kilometer Magat Bridge, the Gibong
Diversion Dam, the Narvacan Power Transmission Lines, the three
interchanges on Manilas main thoroughfare and recently, the
Trackworks on LRT-2 and Chiquita Unifrutti Wharf and Cold
Storage Plant.
In the industrial sector, notable of these are; Five
Semiconductors Facilities namely, Intel, NEC, Analog Device,
Motorola and Philips; Enron Power Plant in Subic and Pinamucan,
Batangas and recently the Panay Power Plant and Dingle Power in
Iloilo.
Foreign governments and corporations have likewise tapped
DMCI for large-scale projects such as the US Navy hangar in
Subic. In addition, DMCI has constructed or has served as a
significant contractor in a number of projects abroad. Among
these are the construction of: the New Istana (The Royal Palace)
in the Sultanate of Brunei; numerous bridges along the ZalimHalban Highway in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; interchanges and
bridges along the King Faisal Motorway in the State of Kuwait; and
huge irrigation structure in the Kirkuk-Adhaim Irrigation Project in
Iraq.
As a result of its excellence in contracting, DMCI has
received a number of awards. In 1992, DMCI was named
Outstanding Contractor in Building at the inaugural Philippine
Construction Industry Awards.
In addition, DMCI has received a certificate of appreciation
from the U.S. Department of Navy and Safety Awards from Fluor
Daniels Corporation for two million accident-free man-hours at the
Shell Petroleum Corporations STAR project.

On March 8, 1995, DMCI Holdings, Inc. (DMCI HI) was


incorporated. As a holding company it will consolidate all
construction businesses, construction component companies and
subsidiaries and affiliates. It was listed on the Philippine Stock
Exchange on December 18, 1995.
Chairman David M. Consunji was cited as the one of the four
awardees of The Outstanding Filipino (TOFIL) of 2002, Papal
awardee of Knighthood of Saint Sylvester in 1988, Doctor of Laws,
Honoris Causa by the University of the Philippines in 1988,
Meralco Awardee in Engineering and Applied Science in 1994,
Management Man of the Year Awardee in 1996 and the UPAA
Lifetime Distinguished Achievement Awardee for the 2005, for his
invaluable contribution to the development and progress of the
country. The hundreds of landmark infrastructure constructed by
DMCI symbolize the expertise and professionalism of the Filipino
engineer.

COMPANY PROFILE
DMCI Holdings, Inc. (DMCIHI) was incorporated on March 8,
1995 as a holding company to consolidate all construction business,
construction component companies and related interests of the
Consunji Family. It was listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange on
December
18,
1995.
The Company has three major operating subsidiaries, namely: D.M.
Consunji, Inc. (DMCI), DMCI Project Developers, Inc. (PDI), and
Semirara Mining Corporation [Semirara (formerly Semirara Coal
Corporation)], DMCI Power Corporation (DPC), DMCI Mining Corporation
(DMC), DMCI-MPIC Water Company, Inc. (DMWCI), and the recently
established power generation company, Sem-Calaca Power Corporation
(Sem-Calaca).
DMCI, a wholly owned subsidiary, is engaged in general

construction services the Companys core business. It is also engaged


in various construction component businesses such as production and
trading of concrete products, and electrical and foundation works.
Founded in 1954, DMCI is acknowledged as one of the leaders in the
Philippine construction industry, noted for quality projects delivered on
time and its pioneering application of advanced engineering
methodology.
PDI, another wholly owned subsidiary, is engaged in
construction business-generating investments primarily through its
significant minority interests in various project and infrastructure
development activities. These ventures generate not only investment
income but also construction business for DMCI. PDI also seeks
strategic partners who will add value and expertise to the various
aspects
of
its
project
development
and
implementation.
Semirara, a 56%-owned subsidiary, is a publicly listed
company engaged in the exploration, mining and development of coal
resources on Semirara Island in Caluya, Antique. It is currenly the
Philippines largest coal-producing company with a guaranteed longterm market by virtue of its supply contract with the state-run National
Power
Corporation.
DMCI Mining Corporation (DMC) is 100%-owned
subsidiary engaged in ore and mineral mining and exploration. It was
incorporated on May 29, 2007. It has entered into joint venture with
Rusina Mining Ltd., a listed company in Australia, in which the
Corporation agreed to be the independent contractor to directly
undertake the mining operations in the municipalities of Sta. Cruz and
Candelaria in Zambales. The mining operation is an open pit extraction
of nickel, chromite, and iron laterite for direct shipping.
DMCI Power Corporation (DPC), is 100%-owned
subsidiary of DMCIHI, is engaged in the business of a generation
company which designs, constructs, invest in, and operate power
plants. On January 15, 2007, the National Power Corporation (NPC)
awarded to DPC the Masbate Power Generation, one of the small
utilities group (SPUG) of NPC. DPC shall cover the takeover of the
power supply obligation in Masbate with a 15-year Power Supply
Agreement with Masbate Electric Cooperative (MASELCO). Masbate
Power Generation has a total contract of 13,000 KW of Guaranteed

Dependable

Capacity

(GDC).

DMCI-MPIC Water Company, Inc. (DMWCI), is a 45-55


consortium with Metro Pacific Investments Corporation which owns
94% equity at Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (MWSI). MWSI bid was
issued by the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System and it
was awarded to DMWC last December 5, 2006 and was formally turned
over on January 24, 2007 at Malacanang Palace presided by Her
Excellency President Gloria
Macapagal-Arroyo.
Sem-Calaca
Power Corporation (SemCalaca), is 100%-owned by
Semirara. It was incorporated
on November 19, 2009 aimed
primarily to acquire, expand,
and
maintain
power generating
plants,
develop fuel for generation of
electricity,
and
sell
electricity.
Sem-Calaca
envisions contributing to the country's economic growth by ensuring
continous growth and reliable supply of electricity. The Groups
ultimate goal is to play a vital role in the nations bid toward progress,
inspired by its vision to become an institution in the construction
industry committed to the economic and social development of the
country.

Vision, Mission and Core Values


We shall be the best provider of residential communities designed to
create quality lifestyle responsive to the changing needs and
preferences of the market we serve.
In so doing, we are committed

to ensure customer satisfaction,


to achieve a sustainable growth on our shareholders
investment,
to maintain a mutually beneficial relationship with our partners
in the business,
to care for the environment we work in,
to promote the growth of our people
while building an organization that espouses Integrity, Excellence and
Interdependence.
OUR VALUES

Integrity
All our actions are guided by what is ethical, fair, and right.
Believing in profit with honor, we are committed to good governance
and the highest moral standards.

Excellence
We reject mediocrity and strive for excellence in even the
smallest of details,

Interdependence
With unity in purpose and mutual trust and respect for each
other, we work toward shared aspirations and transcend boundaries
along functional and organizational lines.

Customer Orientation
Our goal is to delight and please our customers. Thus, all
activities and programs we undertake result in innovative projects and
in the enhancement of productivity and quality.

CHAPTER
TWO:

WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORTS COMPILATION


DAY

DATE

TASK

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

11/27/2012
12/4/2012
12/6/2012
12/17/2012
12/18/2012
1/8/2013
1/10/2013

Briefing and Orientation of Task


Masonry Estimates
Masonry Estimates
Metal Reinforcement Estimates
Metal Reinforcement Estimates
Searching of Sub-Contractors
Searching of Sub-Contractors

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

1/15/2013
1/24/2013
1/29/2013
1/31/2013
2/5/2013
2/26/2013
3/26/2013
3/27/2013
4/1/2013
4/2/2013
4/3/2013
4/4/2013
4/5/2013

Searching of Sub-Contractors
Concrete Quality Check and Testing
Concrete Quality Check and Testing
Concrete Quality Check and Testing
On-Field Observation and Checking
Punch Listing
Punch Listing
Architectural Estimates
On-Field Observation and Checking
On-Field Observation and Checking
Punch Listing
On-Field Observation and Checking
Punch Listing

CHAPTER
THREE:

ASSESSMENT OF PRACTICUM PROGRAM

The on-the-job-training as a part of a curriculum in Civil


Engineering is as important as the teaching of concepts and ideas
in the University. As what I have observed, the on-the-job-training
program gives and shows the students in the senior years the
needed insight and experience of the actual situation and
atmosphere in the field of construction. This enables me to be
more prepared and knowledgeable of what to expect when Im
employed on that job.
Technically, I have learned several things which are vital in
the future works. I was being assigned in the checking of
estimates of construction materials (i.e. masonry, rebar, etc.) as
well as in the contact of possible Sub-Contractor to be employed
in the field. As what I have observed, the allocation of the works
in the site is important. Since the number of process and
management are vast, the main contractor (which is the company

DMCI) chooses their Sub-Contractor for them to disseminate the


task to the others.
Computer software must be familiarized too by the student.
In estimate of materials we commonly use excel to input all
necessary values and to acquire the needed estimate. Aside from
the rough estimate, I was also being assigned in the checking of
quality of concrete cement being delivered in site. After
performing slump test, we obtained a sample of it and it was
being secured in the concrete cylinder. After many days, the
hardened samples will be tested in the testing site to determine
whether the actual quality being delivered by the Supplier
compliments the needed class of concrete. We perform
compression and sometimes bend test. The company, as one of
the largest construction company in the country has their own
batching plant and testing house.
Another task being assigned to me was the estimate of
variation order when there is an alteration in the plan. I also
accompany one of the Field Engineer in the punch listing. The TV5 Engineers will be assigned to check the quality or the
implementation of the plan. We accompany them and we explain
if in any cases they have questions in the site.
On the part of the experience I have gained with the
employee, I can say that being attentive in all tasks that need to
be done is vital. Most of them are approachable and some are not.
As a neophyte, I have observed that you need to research data to
fully understand all the process and method in the site. You must
also know how to deal with others to create cooperation in the
group.
Based on my observation, I recommend for the improvement
of the Practicum Program that all trainees must be knowledgeable
in the subjects (like Construction Materials and Management,
Reinforced Concrete Design, Steel Design. etc.) for them to adopt
and understand the task that was being assigned to them. There
are times that when you dont know that subjects you cannot
perform the task.
For those who will take their Practicum Program, I advise that
they must have to be more responsible and occasionally go to the
site. They must observe their attendance carefully because
learning in the site must be continuous. I also advise them to take

this subject in summer so that they can focus and give their time
to the OJT program.
All in all, the experience I have gained in the On-The-JobTraining-Program prepares me into the task I might take in the
future. So far, I fell contented in the results of the training.

CHAPTER
FOUR:

CHAPTER
FIVE:

ACTION PICTURE IN WORK SITUATION:

Picture 1: The site office with the materials and heavy equipment storage beside
the vicinity.

Picture 2: Performing office works like construction and materials estimate while
assisting the Office Engineer in the finding of Sub-Contractor.

Picture 3: Surveying of the actual elevations and distances inside the structure.

Picture 4: Checking the quality of concrete cylinder samples in every batch of


concrete delivered in the site.

Picture 5: The capture of first floor of the New TV-5 Media Center while we are doing
the punch listing.

Picture 6: Last day picture of the on-the-job-training with the Office and Field
Engineer.