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Eduardo C. Abores

posted Aug 26, 2014, 10:10 PM by Alumni Affairs| Office of Advancement ‎(OADV)‎   [ updated Aug 26, 2014, 10:13 PM ]



Degree and Year of graduation: M.Eng in 1981

Field of Study: Water Resources Engineering

Educational Background
Division/School:
School of Civil Engineering

FOS: Water Resources Engineering



Current Work

President, Carmelray Industrial Corporation (CIC)

CIC is the developer of Carmelray Industrial Park I (CIP1), a 230-hectare industrial estate in Canlubang, Calamba, Laguna, Philippines catering to light and medium industries.  CIP1 is a component of a 500-hectare Township development called Carmeltown, being planned and implemented under Mr. Abores’ leadership.  The development includes affordable,   mid-income and high-end residential enclaves, a commercial center, educational institutions, ports      and country club, health and wellness facilities, lakes, gardens and parks, etc.

President, Carmelray-JTCI Corporation
CIC entered into a joint venture with a consortium of Singapore companies led by JTC International Pte. Ltd., to form Carmelray-JTCI Corporation for the development of Carmelray Industrial Park 2 (CIP2), a 145-hectare industrial economic zone in Calamba, Laguna, registered under the Philippine Economic    Zone Authority (PEZA). Carmelray is regarded as one    of the best industrial park developers in the Philippines

Previous Work Experience

President, Schema Konsult Inc. 1987 to March 2000

Prior to his joining Carmelray Group,  Mr. Abores  was the founding president of Schema Konsult, Inc. (Schema).  He held this position from July 1987 to March 2000. Schema is a multi-disciplinary planning and engineering consulting firm and one of the Philippines’ largest and most respected.  The firm grew from 12 professionals in 1987 to about 500 personnel in various fields of architectural and engineering disciplines.  Schema provided planning, design and project management services to private and government corporations and institutions in the fields of urban planning and design; water supply and wastewater treatment facilities, dams and irrigation systems; roads and bridges; mass transit system; airports; industrial, commercial and residential estates; low, medium and high rise buildings; etc. Schema also provided consultancy services to infrastructure projects funded by various institutions such as ADB, World Bank, USAID, DANIDA, OECF, and others.


Awards and Recognitions 

Outstanding Alumni Award, 2003, Field of  Project Engineering, University of San Jose-Recoletos, Cebu City, Philippines
Outstanding Engineering Alumnus, 1993, Business-Entrepreneurial Management, University of San Jose-Recoletos, Cebu City, Philippines

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