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Provision of Consulting Services for the implementation of Automotive Servicing and Driving Skills T

Request for Expression of Interest

Provision of Consulting Services for the implementation of Automotive Servicing and Driving Skills Training in the Province of Sorsogon

  1. The BICOLUNIVERSITY, through the DSWD Project Fund intends to apply the sum of Four Hundred Seventy-Nine Thousand Two Hundred Fifty & 00/100 Pesos (PhP479,250.00) being the Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC) to payments under the contract for Provision of Consulting Services for the implementation of Automotive Servicing and Driving Skills Training in the Province of Sorsogon. Bids received in excess of the ABC shall be automatically rejected at the opening of the financial proposals.
  1. The BICOL UNIVERSITY now calls for the submission of eligibility documents for the Provision of Consulting Services for the implementation of Automotive Servicing and Driving Skills Training in the Province of Sorsogon. Eligibility documents of interested consultants must be duly received by the BAC Secretariat on or before October 21, 2019, 1:00 PM at PRMO (BAC Secretariat Section), 2/F Multi-Purpose Bldg., Bicol University Main Campus, Rizal St. Legazpi City. Applications for eligibility will be evaluated based on a non-discretionary “pass/fail” criterion.
  1. Interested bidders may obtain further information from BICOL UNIVERSITY and inspect the Bidding Documents at the address given below during 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  1. A complete set of Bidding Documents may be acquired by interested Bidders on October 14-28, 2019 from the address below and upon payment of the applicable fee for the Bidding Documents, pursuant to the latest Guidelines issued by the GPPB, in the amount of One Thousand & 00/100 Pesos (PhP1,000.00).

It may also be downloaded free of charge from the website of the Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PhilGEPS) and the website of the Procuring Entityprovided that Bidders shall pay the applicable fee for the Bidding Documents not later than the submission of their bids.

  1. The BAC shall draw up the short list of consultants from those who have submitted Expression of Interest, including the eligibility documents, and have been determined as eligible in accordance with the provisions of Republic Act 9184, otherwise known as the “Government Procurement Reform Act”, and its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR).  The short list shall consist of THREE (3) prospective bidders who will be entitled to submit bids. The criteria and rating system for short listing are:

Criterion

Recommended Weight

1.

Applicable technical eligibility of the LSP

50%

a.

TVET registered

b.

Employment rate of at least 80% of total TVET graduates for the last 3 years

c.

Absorptive capacity in terms of facilities and financial capability

d.

Approach and Methodology

2.

Qualifications of Lecturers/Resource Persons to be assigned per LSP (education, work experience, number of years in the LSP, etc.)

30%

3.

Current engagement relative to job capacity

20%

       
  1. Bidding will be conducted through open competitive bidding procedures using non-discretionary “pass/fail” criterion as specified in the IRR of RA 9184. Bidding is restricted to Filipino citizens/sole proprietorships, cooperatives, and partnerships or organizations with at least sixty percent (60%) interest or outstanding capital stock belonging to citizens of the Philippines.
  1. The Procuring Entity shall evaluate bids using the Quality-Cost Based Evaluation/Selection (QCBE/QCBS) procedure. The weights to be allocated for the Technical and Financial Proposals are as follows:

Evaluation Criteria

Weight

Technical Proposal

60%

Financial Proposal

40%

Total

100%

  1. The contract shall be completed within THREE (3) MONTHS after receipt of Notice to Proceed (NTP).
  1. The BICOL UNIVERSITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids, declare a failure of bidding, or not award the contract at any time prior to contract award in accordance with Section 41 of RA 9184 and its IRR, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders.
  1. For further information, please refer to: The BAC Secretariat, 2/F Multi-Purpose Bldg., Bicol University Main Campus, Rizal St., Legazpi City 4500, Telefax (052) 742-5922, bubacsecretariat@gmail.com / bu_bacsecretariat@yahoo.com.

Approved:

Prof. JERRY S. BIGORNIA

BAC Chairperson

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Provision of Consultancy Services for the Reassessment and ISO 9001:2015 Certification of Bicol Univ

Request for Proposals for the

Provision of Consultancy Services for the Reassessment and ISO 9001:2015 Certification of Bicol University

1. The BICOL UNIVERSITY through the Corporate Budget for the contract approved by the Board of Regents intends to apply the sum of Nine Hundred Eighty-two Thousand One Hundred Eight & 80/100 Pesos (PhP982,108.80) being the Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC) to payments under the contract for the Provision of Consulting Services for the Reassessment and ISO 9001:2015 Certification of Bicol University. Bids received in excess of the ABC shall be automatically rejected at the opening of the financial proposals.

2. The BICOL UNIVERSITY now calls for the submission of Eligibility, Technical and Financial documents for the Provision of Consulting Services for the Reassessment and ISO 9001:2015 Certification of Bicol University as indicated in the Terms of Reference and as required under the 2016 IRR of RA 9184 for Consulting Services.

3. Interested consultants must submit their documents on or before October 25, 2021 at 1:00 PM at Bicol University, UBAC Secretariat, Administration Bldg, Legazpi City.  

4. The procurement shall be conducted through Negotiated Procurement – Small Value Procurement using non-discretionary “pass/fail” criterion as specified in the IRR of RA 9184.

5. The Procuring Entity shall evaluate bids using the Quality-Cost Based Evaluation/Selection procedure. The weights to be allocated for the Technical and Financial Proposals are as follows:

Evaluation Criteria

Weight

Technical Proposal

60%

Financial Proposal

40%

Total

100%

6. The contract shall be completed as specified in the Terms of Reference.

7. The BICOL UNIVERSITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids, annul the bidding process, or not award the contract at any time prior to contract award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders.

8. For further information, please contact The BAC Secretariat Office, Bicol University, Legazpi City 4500, Telefax: (052) 742-5922, bu_bacsecretariat@yahoo.com / bubacsecretariat@gmail.com.

(Sgd.) Prof. JERRY S. BIGORNIA

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Faculty (CL)

Bicol University College of Law (BUCL) proudly welcomes our very distinguished review professors this 1st Semester AY 2022-2023, as follows:

1. Far Eastern University Law Dean Melencio Sta. Maria (Civil Law Review 1);

2. Adamson University Law Dean Anna Maria Abad (Labor Law Review);

3. Saint Louis University Law Dean Christine Elvena (Tax Law Review);

4. Judge Gener Gito (Remedial Law Review); and

5. Prof. Reynaldo Flores (Constitutional Law Review).

Extremely grateful for their commitment to devote time for BUCL and our students of law. Indeed an honor to have them this coming semester

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Faculty (IDA)

Apuya, Elviro T.
Asst. Prof. I
BS Architecture (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
MS Architecture (Bicol University Graduate School) 30 units earned
 
Calig, Alwin S.
Instructor I
BS Architecture (Bicol University College of Engineering)
MS Architecture (Bicol University Graduate School)
 
Dalinog, Mary Grace R.
Instructor I (Temporary)
BS Architecture (Bicol University College of Engineering)
MS Architecture (Bicol University Graduate School) 30 units earned
 
Dealca, Ramon E.
Assoc. Prof. I
BS Architecture (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
Master in Engineering Management; MS in Architecture & Planning (Aquinas University of Legazpi Graduate School; University of Sto. Tomas) 32; 33 units earned
 
Del Rosario, Leo A.
Assoc. Prof. IV
BS Architecture (Bicol University College of Engineering)
MS in Architecture & Urban Planning (University of Sto. Tomas)
Ph.D. Development Management (Bicol University Graduate School) 30 units earned
 
Janer, Joselito P.
Instructor II
BS Architecture (Bicol University College of Engineering)
 
Lorilla, Ana M.
Instructor I (Temporary)
BS Architecture (Bicol University College of Engineering)
MS Architecture (Bicol University Graduate School) on-going
 
Llenaresas, Tricia Mariz M.
Instructor I
BS Architecture (Bicol University Institute of Architecture)
MS Architecture (Bicol University Graduate School)
 
Meneses, Hazel Ann L.
Instructor I
BS Architecture (Bicol University College of Engineering)
MS Architecture (Bicol University Graduate School)
 
Mirabete, Delfin Jr. M.
Assoc. Prof. III
BS Architecture (Bicol University College of Engineering)
MS Architecture (University of Sto. Tomas)
Ph.D. Development Management (Bicol University Graduate School) 30 units earned
 
Santiago, Nestor III F.
Asst. Prof. II
BS Architecture (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
Master in Tropical Landscape Architecture (University of the Philippines) 16 units earned
 
Sia, Maureen M.
Instructor I (Temporary)
BS Architecture (Bicol University College of Engineering)
MS Architecture (Bicol University Graduate School) 36 units earned
 
 

INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE FACULTY

A MESSAGE FROM BUIA DIRECTOR

             It is my 400th day in my office as a Director of the Institute while I am writing this message. Day one was full of imaginations, trying to make difference and somehow to create a legacy, and to have lots of excellent outputs. And so, what I did? I asked every Dean and leader of the University: “PLS. HELP AND TUTOR US!” For I always believe that to accept that you do not know is the beginning of knowledge. My very first activity if I can recall was to meet the East Campus support staff. I told them to help me as the BUIA driver, because I am taking a road which I have never been before. And as the days went by, I am beginning to love what I am doing. Maybe because of the overwhelming support other University Heads, Deans and Directors who eventually became my new friends.

            To all the students and would be students of BU Institute of Architecture, my warmest congratulations to all of you. You were able to make it to the premier university in this part of the country. Within the 51 years of productive operation as state-funded higher education institution, Bicol University flourished immensely as a premier tertiary institution in the Region. It has been the cradle of the region’s notable engineers, architects, government leaders, educators, scientists, technologists, accountants and other professionals. With its given privilege, the university continuously served as catalyst of social, cultural and economic transformation through its mission to educate young minds. The remarkable growth of the institution steered the creation of colleges, units or campuses that are distributed in seven locations in molding the promising young mind of the region.

               One of the progenies that were shaped by the growth of the institution is the Bicol University Institute of Architecture (BUIA). Once part of Bicol University College of Engineering or (BUCENG), BUIA achieved administrative and supervisory autonomy in November 26, 2014, to cope with the fast-changing trends in Architectural education. From a decent 200 students prior to the separation from BUCENG, it has now 600 enrollees with 8 Blocks for Freshmen. Correspondingly, the institute is now catering Master in Architecture Program with almost 50 enrollees this SY 2020, to carry on its progressive role in the practice of architectural profession in the region.

              Bicol University Institute of Architecture is the leading institutions in the region that maintained relevance and excellence in the field of Architectural Education. This change can be directly attributed to fast paced technological advancement, current issues, new enacted laws, climate change, environmental sustainability and the diversity of contemporary societal needs. Of these, the architectural profession has been most dramatically affected in the economic depression since 2020 brought about by Pandemic and other issues, owing in large part to its dependency on the well-being of the construction industry. The emergence of a pandemic brought unprecedented disruptions in the lives of the entire world population.  Society had change into a new normal. The key to the challenge to this new normal is to embrace, adapt the changes and be resilient. Architect-academes and design professionals need to be responsive to the realities of changes to ensure a safe, healthy and livable environment for the future generations to behold. Local responses, no matter how seemingly insignificant, are still valuable contributions to the mitigation of the global phenomena, such as pandemic and other similar health crisis. While the need has always existed for educational preparation in the areas noted, it has been dramatically underscored through the years resulting in the re-evaluation of curriculum and pedagogical methodology in virtually every architecture, design and planning program in the country.

So again, may I say congratulations and thank you for choosing BU as your school to prepare yourself to realize your dream, and eventually be an architect. But to be an architect is to see possibility where others don’t, to imagine things differently, and to have the tools and the discipline to turn even the most outlandish ideas into tangible reality. To be an architect is to engage the world, and to change it. That’s why we’re here. And that’s what you will learn to do in the Architecture degree at Bicol University Institute of Architecture.

            So, allow me to share to you our vision for the future of BUIA. Since Day one we had envisioned to have an institution of L.E.O. (Lots if Excellent Outputs). Along with the BU’s vision of producing leaders and change agents for social transformation and development, the Bicol University Institute Architecture (BU-IA) promotes responsive and efficient academic curricular offerings as required under RA5521. The contributions of Bicol University and our institute in particular to regional and national developments, the University’s performance and transformation continually being responsive to the challenges of time.

LEADERSHIP via DEDICATION and RESPONSIBILITY

VISION

   L – Link between the Architectural Education goals to the BU Administration’s Ten Point Agenda.

   E –     Ensure a world class teaching- innovations for students’ welfare connected to current issues, trends, emerging technologies and contemporary societal needs.

   O –    Organize strong collaborations among faculty, academe, alumni  and the industry’s leading professional practitioners.

MANTRA     

                             “Imagine and Achieve

(A globally competitive Institute of Architecture with Lots of Excellent Outputs.)

OBJECTIVES

  • To deliver a 100 % support to the BU Administration thrusts and programs.
  • To produce a more effective and systematic well-defined methodologies of delivery for the students and expected outputs through a well-organized programs and activities.
  • To have a top caliber faculty core equipped with world class education and highly sophisticated facilities.
  • To produce well rounded architects and designers giving importance on human and environmental concerns.

            Allow us to be part of your dreams. Let us turn these visions to reality. With the very strong support of the existing faculty core and collective vision, and your dedications to pursue your dream will definitely create a lot of opportunities for interdisciplinary initiatives. From service-learning courses or projects for students, joint research efforts and new directions for faculty members. We envisioned a faculty and students who have a common interest in the design, planning and construction of buildings, environments, objects, and visual forms of communications. Our program will prepare you to think and act both globally and locally, and to see opportunities. Together, we can imagine and achieve excellence.

          The Year 2020 will be remembered as the most challenging times in the history of modern world. Each of us is experiencing these unprecedented global situations that nobody is spared. Our government, businesses, schools, students, our lives was completely changed. Last Year during our anniversary we initiated our motto: IA (Imagine and Achieved), this time we used IA (Initiate Actions). We witnessed some significant actions for the last 9 months. Such as repair and improvements of our buildings, and introduced some new policies for the betterment of our students, and other changes.

            And soonest we will have a new Academic building. Last August 2020, yours truly being the Director, I sought the assistance of BU Alumni to take part of the physical development of the Institute. Mr. Edgar Acebuche, the proprietor of ELA Builders, a very successful Contractor, BU Architecture batch 92, introduced the BUIA Director to the Security Bank Foundations Inc. for the possible donations of School Building. Consequently, it was approved last January 2021. The Project is a provision of a 2 STOREY, 6 CLASSROOMS SCHOOL BUILDING with each classroom measuring 7 m x 9 m in accordance with the approved specifications adopted by SBFI from DepEd. Security Bank Foundation school building features a steel structural frame and corridor railings, steel door panel, and powder-coated aluminum windows jambs. Each classroom comes with fixed blackboards, six sets of troffer lights, and four orbit fans. The building has comfort rooms in the ground floor for female, male and PWD students and in the second floor for female and male students. Each comfort room has wash area, cubicle and toilet with bidets. Male comfort rooms have areas for urinal.

Indeed, this is (IA) Initiating actions! We have so much to be thankful to God despite of this very difficult times we are experiencing, “Yes we can! Change we can!” What is probably good about the Pandemic thought us? We were able to learn to CHANGE! We were lockdown in our homes but we do not stop to serve. We keep going! Even when the going gets tough, the tough get us going. And to me, that is the most positive thing that the Pandemic gave us: We are collectively learning to change and adapt to these new normal. But there is hope and there is a light. I believe if we initiate change (from within ourselves) there will be growth. For Change is equal to Growth. We see that world had change!

            This current Pandemic time is a challenge, yet an exciting one, as the beginning of a new way to practice architecture, and as an unprecedented moment for innovation in architecture education. We are positive not about the Covid 19 virus! But positively want to wish to produce the next generation of leaders in architecture and design. We can see a range of paths out of this current crisis and hopefully will suggest to change new ideas for the future.

God Bless Bicol University!         

Sa BU Inspirado Ako! Inspirado kita gabos!

AR. LEO A. DEL ROSARIO, FUAP, EAROPH, MS ARCH                                   

        Director of the Institute of Architecture

                        Bicol University

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Provision for Supply and Installation of PVC door/ partition

Provision for Supply and Installation of PVC door/ partition

The Bicol University, through the Corporate Budget for the contract approved by the Board of Regents intends to apply the sum:One Hundred Ten Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Pesos Only (Php 110,250.00);being the Approved Budget for the Contract to payments for the contract:Provision for Supply and Installation of PVC door/ partition

The Bicol University now requests proposals from bonafide suppliers to submit proposals for the:Provision for Supply and Installation of PVC door/ partition

           

Procurement will be conducted through Negotiated Procurement – alternative methods of procurement specified and prescribed under rule XVI – Alternative Modes of Procurement, Section 53.9 – Negotiated Procurement (Small Value Procurement) of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 9184, otherwise known as Government Procurement Reform Act.

Supplier shall submit proposals on or before August 22, 2022 12:00nn to the Cluster 4BAC Secretariat, East Campus,Bicol University, Legazpi City.

Bicol University reserves the right to reject any or all the bids, waive any defect or informality therein, accept the bid and award the contract to the most advantageous offer to the Bicol University, for and in behalf of the project. Bicol University assumes no responsibility to compensate or indemnify the bidder for any expense or loss that may be incurred for the preparation of bids, nor does it guarantee that an award will be made.

For further information, please contact The Cluster 4-BAC Secretariat Office, East Campus, Bicol University, Legazpi City 4500.

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Approved:                                                                                                                
 
 
JOEL N. SALES
BAC Chairperson                

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Provision for food packs for the BUIDeA first semester SY 2022-2023 Academic, Administrative and Coo

Provision for food packs for the BUIDeA first semester SY 2022-2023 Academic, Administrative and Coordination Meeting from August to December 2022

The Bicol University, through the Corporate Budget for the contract approved by the Board of Regents intends to apply the sum:Ninety Five Thousand Five Hundred Pesos Only (Php 95,500.00);being the Approved Budget for the Contract to payments for the contract:Provision for food packs for the BUIDeA first semester SY 2022-2023 Academic, Administrative and Coordination Meeting from August to December 2022

The Bicol University now requests proposals from bonafide suppliers to submit proposals for the:Provision for food packs for the BUIDeA first semester SY 2022-2023 Academic, Administrative and Coordination Meeting from August to December 2022

           

Procurement will be conducted through Negotiated Procurement – alternative methods of procurement specified and prescribed under rule XVI – Alternative Modes of Procurement, Section 53.9 – Negotiated Procurement (Small Value Procurement) of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 9184, otherwise known as Government Procurement Reform Act.

Supplier shall submit proposals on or before August 29, 2022 12:00nn to the Cluster 4BAC Secretariat, East Campus,Bicol University, Legazpi City.

Bicol University reserves the right to reject any or all the bids, waive any defect or informality therein, accept the bid and award the contract to the most advantageous offer to the Bicol University, for and in behalf of the project. Bicol University assumes no responsibility to compensate or indemnify the bidder for any expense or loss that may be incurred for the preparation of bids, nor does it guarantee that an award will be made.

For further information, please contact The Cluster 4-BAC Secretariat Office, East Campus, Bicol University, Legazpi City 4500.

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Approved:                                                                                                                
 
 
JOEL N. SALES
BAC Chairperson       

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