HERRERA, Henry Felix E.

HERRERA, Henry Felix E.

Academic Qualifications

Research Highlights

Research Interests

Academic Qualifications

Degrees

  • 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)

Research Highlights

  • “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

Research Interests

  • Architectural Studies
  • Historical Architecture Studies
  • Urban Planning

Courses Handled

Major Recognitions

Professional Activities

Courses Handled

  

Major Recognitions

  • United Architects of the Philippines Student Auxiliary Educator Award

Professional Activities

  • 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

Selected Publications

  • 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
  • HIGHWAY DESIGN MANUAL Chapter 18 Pedestrian Facility Design (Limited Revision) Revision 83 June 24, 2015 (Retrieved on August 2017)
  • Pedestrian Facility Design (Retrieved on August 2017)

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