Foundations For Buildings Essay

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|A-1B| ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY-ILIGAN, SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY-BAYOMBONG, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LOUIS-TUGUEGARAO, UNIVERSITY OF LA SALETTE-SANTIAGO. |A-2A| BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY, NUEVA ECIJA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. |A-2B| BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBAN COLLEGE, DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY, HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY, TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF THE ASSUMPTION. |A-3 | CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES – QUEZON CITY. |A-4| UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-CALOOCAN, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – DILIMAN. |A-5| DON BOSCO TECHNICAL COLLEGE, RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY. |B-1| EULOGIO “AMANG” RODRIGUEZ INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY, MANUEL L. QUEZON UNIVERSITY, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES – MANILA, UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS. |B-2| ADAMSON UNIVERSITY, MAPÚA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILA, TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – MANILA. |B-3| CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY, DE LA SALLE – DASMARIÑAS, NATIONAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-MOLINO |B-4| BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DIVINE WORD COLLEGES OF CALAPAN, MANUEL S. ENVERGA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION, PALAWAN STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-CALAMBA. |B-5| AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGASPI, BICOL UNIVERSITY, BICOL STATE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE , UNIVERSITY OF NUEVA CACERES, UNIVERSITY OF NORTHEASTERN PHILIPPINES, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY. |C1| BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY, CEBU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL, UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES FOUNDATION |C-2| FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY, LA CONSOLACION COLLEGE-BACOLOD, NEGROS ORIENTAL STATE UNIVERSITY. |C-3| EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY. |C-4| UNIVERSITY OF VISAYAS, AKLAN STATE UNIVERSITY, CAPIZ STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE, UNIVERSITY OF SAN AGUSTIN, WESTERN VISAYAS COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY |D-1| ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY, NOTRE DAME OF DADIANGAS UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – MINDANAO. |D-2| WESTERN MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY. |D-3| CAGAYAN DE ORO COLLEGE – PHINMA EDUCATION NETWORK, MINDANAO UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, SURIGAO EDUCATION CENTER, SAINT JOSEPH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – BUTUAN. |D-4| LYCEUM OF ILIGAN FOUNDATION, LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-OZAMIS

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