Architectural trailblazer

posted March 13, 2020 at 06:20 pm
by  Manila Standard
Mactan-Cebu International Airport’s Terminal 2 was the sole awardee in the Architecture and Allied Arts category at the recent 12th Ani ng Dangal (harvest of honors) Awards held at Malacañang Palace.

Architectural trailblazer

GMCAC is a private company developing and operating the MCIA. “We are honored to contribute to the promotion of Filipino arts and culture in the global stage,” said Louie Ferrer, GMCAC president. 

Organized by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the award recognized the achievements of MCIA Terminal 2 in the international architecture scene.

MCIA Terminal 2 was designed by Integrated Design Associates (IDA) Hong Kong led by its principal architect Winston Shu. IDA is the same architecture firm that designed the new passenger terminal building of the Clark International Airport that is currently being built by GMR Megawide.

At the awarding ceremonies were: GMCAC head of corporate affairs Jason Torres; GMCAC president Louie Ferrer; and GMCAC chief executive adviser Andrew Acquuah-Harrison,  with officials of the NCCA.

Topics: Mactan-Cebu International Airport , Architecture and Allied Arts category , 12th Ani ng Dangal
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