HERRERA, Henry Felix E.
Master of Engineering Management, major in Construction Management (Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila – Manila, Philippines)
Bachelor of Science in Architecture (University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines)
“Appraisal of the Design of the Sampaloc Skywalk – An Innovative and Alternative Pedestrianization Strategy Along Espana Boulevard”
An assessment of the initial provided plan and design for the proposed elevated walkway along Espana Boulevard
Historical Architecture Studies
United Architects of the Philippines Student Auxiliary Educator Award
Coordinator, UST ARKI Student Welfare and Development Board
Vice President/ Safety Officer/ Pollution Control Officer/ Building Maintenance Consultant, Tres Hermanas Inc.
Architectural Consultant, Pacific Elements Tres Hermanas Residences
Chair, Committee on Academe and Industry Linkage of the UAP Commission on Education
Former President, UAP Manila Atelier Chapter
-Innovative Elevated Walkway for a Liveable Kuala Lumpur City Mastura Adam, Keumala, Nila, Taofeekat Oluwafunmilola Mustapha and Rohana Jani, World Renewable Energy Congress XIII, Kingston University, London (August 2014).
-Pedestrian and Bicycle Planning, A Guide to Best Practices, Todd Litman, Robin Blair, Bill Demopoulos, Nils Eddy, Anne Fritzel, Danelle Laidlaw, Heath Maddox, Katherine Forster Victoria Transport Policy Institute, Canada (13 June, 2016)
-Steinberg, Florian (1996), Conservation and Rehabilitation of Urban Heritage in Developing Countries, Habitat Intl., Vol. 20. No. 3. Pages 463-475. Retrieved on 11 September 2012 from www.graduateinstitute.ch
-Thesis Paper (Masteral Degree), Local Duran, Roberto S. (2012). Revitalizing the U-Belt Sector through Maximized Walkability: Educational Legacy and Walkability-aided District Viability, UST Graduate School
-https://www.dot.ny.gov/divisions/engineering/design/dqab/hdm/hdm-repository/chapt_18.pdf HIGHWAY DESIGN MANUAL Chapter 18 Pedestrian Facility Design (Limited Revision) Revision 83 June 24, 2015 (Retrieved on August 2017)
-http://www.ocpcrpa.org/docs/projects/bikeped/Pedestrian_Facility_Design.pdf (Retrieved on August 2017)