AMH Philippines, Inc. (AMH) is an academe-linked engineering consultancy company based inside the University of the Philippines Campus in Diliman, Quezon City. The firm has fifteen partners, including six professors from the University. Eight partners have doctorate degrees in engineering, one in geology while another four are graduate degree holders – including one currently completing doctoral studies in UP Diliman. A good number of the employees are also currently enrolled in various graduate programs in engineering and architecture.
In almost 15 years of its existence, AMH has undertaken more than six hundred projects of varying scale. Since 1999, it has conductedtechnical advisory services, feasibility studies, preliminary engineering and detailed design, construction management and special studies requiring modeling and research. These projects have taken AMH professional staff from the northernmost province of Batanes, to the cities of Davao and Zamboanga in Mindanao.
AMH pursues good corporate governance in its organization, adopting the principles of fairness, accountability, transparency and responsibility. Two (2) independent directors sit on AMH Board of Directors.
Central to AMH’s strategy is the training and continuing professional development of its engineers.In the first year of being in the company, engineers undergo an Internship Program, where these young professionals are rotated to various projects to gain experience and exposure in the different fields of civil engineering. AMH also provides opportunities for learning for fresh civil engineering graduates during the time they are reviewing for the board exam. These young graduates are given engineering apprenticeship works and are involved in the various projects of the company, under the guidance and supervision of design engineers or supervising engineers.
AMH is also active in providing engineering services for the service of society. Just last year, a pro-bono feasibility study conducted by AMH was featured in the Philippine Daily Inquirer. It was for the preservation of La Union’s “baluarte” (watchtower). It is now a tourism landmark in the town of Luna. The feasibility study conducted was the first professional effort in restoring the watchtower. Other Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Projects of AMH include the engineering assessment and site development design of a national high school in Ormoc City, Leyte; and the engineering support for the design of “The Sanctuary” within the Hospicio de San Jose in Manila.
AMH envisions itself as an engineering consulting firm that Filipinos can be proud of. In pursuing this vision, it shall continue to provide clients with the most responsive engineering solutions by continuously improving its people, systems, and structure.
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