Edgar V. Sabidong
Chief Sustainability Officer/Vice President,
Technical Services Department
Engr. Edgar Sabidong is a graduate and licensed Civil Engineer from the Mapua Institute of Technology. He has had more than 35 years of construction, project management and real estate-related experience both here and abroad. His 12 years of international experience spanned the various projects he did in the Middle East at the biggest oil company in the world- Saudi Aramco and in Trinidad, West Indies, where he managed the biggest project in the Caribbean area, the 3-tower One Woodbrook Place.
His local achievements also involved the biggest projects such as the 5-tower Rockwell West Condominium buildings when he worked with D.M. Consunji Inc. He also participated as special lecturer for the Construction Manpower Development Foundation, doing various modules in Project Management to both public and private sectors.
Joining Arthaland Corporation in 2008, he found his niche, in the development of sustainable projects, having completed the company’s first project. Offering, the Arya Residences, which is a multi-awarded, two tower green building, certified both under LEED as Gold, and the BERDE 4-stars, under the Phil Green Building Council. This was followed by the ACPT (Arthaland Century Pacific Tower) as another internationally awarded LEED-Platinum and BERDE 5-star project, that also was awarded last year the First Zero Carbon Building in the world under the IFC EDGE Certification. Currently, he is managing the biggest green building in the Philippines under the same multiple certifications- the Cebu Exchange, which, despite the pandemic and local restrictions in Cebu and Manila, he is able to monitor, manage and complete on a phased hand over.
He is the Vice President of Technical Services and Chief Sustainability Officer of Arthaland Corporation and also the Chairman of the Phil. Green Building Council.
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