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SHIP DESIGN & MARINE CONSULTANCY SERVICES OFFERED BY ENGR. SARMIENTO IN THE PAST

* DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF ROLL-ON & ROLL-OFF COASTWISE/INTER-ISLAND VESSELS; * DESIGN OF HULL EXTENSION, CONVERSION & MODIFICATION OF EXISTING VESSELS; * DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF SHIPYARD'S FLOATING DRYDOCK & MARINE RAILWAYS/SLIPWAYS; * PREPARATION OF PROJECT FEASIBILITY STUDY OF SHIPYARD AND TUG-BARGES BUSINESS OPERATION; * CONDITIONAL SURVEY & INSPECTION OF SECOND HAND VESSELS FOR PURPOSES OF EVALUATION/APPRAISAL OF VALUE AND SEAWORTHINESS; * RE-DESIGN, RE-ENGINE AND RE-FITTING WORKS OF OLD VESSELS; * INVESTIGATION & RESOLUTION OF CASES SUCH AS EXESSIVE HULL VIBRATION, SPEED SLOWDOWN OF VESSELS AND OTHERS; * PREPARATION OF SHIP PLANS/DRAWINGS BY AUTO-CAD;

  

 

Awards Received

Year Award Received
2000 Award of Recognition as Most Outstanding
Naval Architect & Marine Engineer of the
Philippines, given by the Philippine
Regulations Commission (PRC)
1991 Award of Recognition as Most Outstanding
Naval Architect & Marine Engineer of the
Philippines, given by the Philippine
Federation of Professional Association (PFPA)
1990 Award of Recognition as Most Outstanding
Professional of Norzagaray, Bulacan,
given by Norzagaray Social & Civic Circle.
1986 Plaque of Appreciation as Guest Speaker
at the Symposium of the Philippine Coast
Guard Day, given by the Flag
Officer-in-Command, Philippine Navy.
1986 Presidential Award in Grateful Appreciation
& Recognition of Outstanding Leadership and
Services rendered to the association, given
by the Philippine Association of Naval
Architects & Marine Engineers (PANAME).
1984 Achievement Service Award as
President of the Philippine Shipbuilders &
Repairers Association (PHILSAR).
1980 Plaque of Appreciation as Board Adviser of
the Philippine Association of Naval Architects
& Marine Engineers (PANAME).
1979 Plaque of Appreciation as Outstanding Leader
and President of the Philippine Shipbuilders
& Repairers Association (PHILSAR).
1978 Plaque of Appreciation from the Association
of Government Mechanical & Electrical
Engineers of the Philippines.
1974 Award of Recognition as Most Outstanding
Citizen of Norzagaray, Bulacan from the
Norzagaray Social Circle (NSC).
1972 Plaque of Appreciation as Most Outstanding
Leader, given by the Philippine Association
of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers as
President for the year 1966.
1968 Plaque of Appreciation as Most Outstanding
Alumnus of the Year in the field of Naval
Architecture & Marine Engineering, given
by NAMEI Polytechnic Institute.
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History of Accomplishments in Design & Preparation of Plans & Construction Drawings

1) FLOATING DRYDOCK Particulars (About) Length Overall (LOA).........................................92.0 M Breadth (B)..................................................23.0 M Outside Wingwall.....................................18.0 M Inside Wingwall......................................18.0 M Depth (D) Hull Platform.........................................3.0 M Top Deck.............................................10.2 M Draft (D) Loaded Condition................................... 2.7 M Displacement Loaded Condition............................5,600 Tons Displacement Light Condition.............................1,600 Tons Capacity (in ship weight)................................4,000 Tons No. of Water Ballast Tanks...................................12 Pumps.....................................two (2) 130HP x 1800 RPM Capacity................................2,500 Gals/Min/Pump Generating Set...................two (2) 260KVA,240 Volts, 3 Phase Crane (optional) capacity..................................5 Tons 2) LANDING CRAFT TRANSPORT (LCT) Particulars (About) Length Overall (LOA).........................................122 FT Length Between Perpendicular (LBP)...........................120 FT Breadth (B)...................................................28 FT Depth (D)....................................................7.5 FT Draft (d)....................................................5.0 FT Displacement (Loaded)......................................440 Tons Gross Tonnage................................................80 Horsepower................................................2,350 BHP Service Speed.............................................8.0 Knots Complement...................................................12 Ramp: Capacity...............................................45 Tons Size.........................................20 Ft x 15 Ft Class............................. (ABS) American Bureau of Shipping 3) MARINE SLIPWAY Capacity: (in ship weight)..............................1,800 Tons : (in ship length)....................................80 M Length of Railway.........................................200.50 M Declivity of Slipway........................................1/20 M Number of Railway..............................................4 Distance of Rail Center Rail at Side..........................................4.0 M Rail at Center.......................................0.40 M 4) CATAMARAN CAR/PASSENGER FERRY Particulars (About) Length Overall (LOA).......................................170.0 Ft Length Between Perpendicular (LBP).........................160.0 Ft Breadth (B).................................................44.0 Ft Depth (D) ..................................................16.0 Ft Draft (Loaded Condition) Forward .............................................6.0 Ft Aft..................................................9.0 Ft Displacement...............................................535 Tons Service Speed..............................................15 Knots Horsepower..........................................two (2) 400 BHP Capacity: Passenger.....................................166 persons Car...............................................3 units Truck.............................................6 units Complement (officer/crew)..................................12 5) 550 Ton DECK BARGE Dimensions Length................................................120 Ft Breadth................................................32 Ft Depth.................................................. 9 Ft Available Drawings General Arrangement Plan Construction Plan & Detail Midship Section & Bulkheads Shell Expansion Plan Welding Schedule Displacement Curve

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 Photographs & Latest Video 

 
Confernment as Fellow, by SONAME INC.
Engr. Sarmiento receiving the Fellowship Award from SONAME INC. President Sammuel Lim
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Conferment of Fellowship Award by SONAME INC. (formerly PANAME) President Sammuel Lim at the 60th Year Anniversary Celebration Night of Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering in the Philippines with the Philippine Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineering (SONAME INC.) and The oathtaking ceremony of the successful examinees in the Naval Architecture and Marine Enginneering Board examination given October 2010 before the Board of Examimeers, Friday, October 29, 2010 at 6:00 o’clock in the evening at Hyatt Hotel and Casino, 1588 Pedro Gil cor. M. H. Del Pilar, Malate, Manila.

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The Professional Regulation Commission's
27th Year Awards' Night
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The Awarding Ceremonies and Conferment of the Year 2000 Outstanding Professionals,Outstanding Accredited Professional Organization and Professional Excellence and Business Leadership Awards with Chief Justice Hilario G. Davide Jr. of Supreme Court as Guest of Honor and Speaker held on June 22,2000 at 5:00 P.M. at the Philippine International Convention Center Reception Hall. For close up - click photo.

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The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Award
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Most Outstanding Naval Architect
and Marine Engineer, Year 2000
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For his outstanding contributions to the naval architecture and marine engineering profession, in his capacity as former Chairman of the Board of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering and as Chief Naval Archtitect and Engineer of the Philippine Dockyard Corporation (PDC),Bataan Shipyard and Engineering Corporation (BASECO) AND National Shipyard and Steel Corporation (NASSCO), responsible for the design,construction, and supervision of various projects for government agencies particularly cargo vessels,patrol boats, car passenger ferry, mail launch,hopper and deck stone barges,floating clinic and a 15,000 BLS tanker; and for his outstanding accomplishments related to the design, construction and supervision of the first two interisland steel vessels ever built in the Philippines, a 2,000 ton floating dock, also the first to be built in the country and a self- propelled 120 ft. barge, style of hull construction -afloat assembly in the man-made lake of the National Power Corporation located at the Angat Dam/River in Bulacan and the conversion of a newly built patrol boat into a modern yacht at the Iloilo Shipyard.Taken from the PRC's Souvenir Program,June 22,2000. For close up - click photo.

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PRS RULES ON FAST CRAFTS
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Philippine Register of Shipping President P.V. Vergel de Dios Jr. (center) receives from Engr. Eriberto S. Sarmiento, head of Research and Development,the final draft of the Society's Rules and Regulations for the Construction and Classification of High Speed Craft 1998. The Rules has been prepared by the PRS Technical Comittee in line with the current development and utilization of Fast Crafts in the Philippine Coastwise Trade of which PRS is actively engaged as a Ship Classification Society. Witnessing the turnover are (from left) Engrs. Leopoldo T. del Rosario,Gregorio Pinili, Marciano R. Verocel Jr., Alfredo C. Carpio, Robert A. Oliveros and Agapito L. Isleta, members of the Technical Committee. Taken from the Manila Bulletin, November 23, 1998. For close up - click photo.

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Philippines First Floating Dock
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Photo shows the first floating dock ever designed and built in the Philippines, jointly by Engr. E.S. Sarmiento, Naval Architect and Iloilo Drydocking Yard, Iloilo City. Its lifting/carrying capacity is good for 1200-ton light displacement of coastwise vessels. The newly-constructed floating dock started its operation first week of December 1997 and has serviced 12 interisland ships already for repairs,further, employed about 220 engineers, technicians and skilled workers of Iloilo City residence.Moreover, the said Iloilo floating dock helps in solving the lack of drydocking facilities in Western Visayas.Picture and data taken from the Manila Bulletin, March 9, 1998 issue. For close up - click photo.

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Plaque Of Appreciation
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Photo shows Plaque Of Appreciation given to Engr. Eriberto Sarmiento in recognition of his invaluable insights, expertise and experiences in the field of ship building and ship repair and the Philippine Maritime Industry, as a whole, thereby significantly contributed to the successful undertaking of the Consultative Seminar Workshop on Ship Building and Ship Repair. Given on the 12th day of September 2007 at the Bayview Park Hotel, 1118 Roxas Blvd., U.N. Avenue, Manila, Philippines. For close up - click photo.

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Most Outstanding Professional Award by PFPA thru PTC
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Photo shows Jovito G. Tamayo, President, Philippine Federation of Professional Associations Inc., PFPA at http://www.pfpa-ph.org/ and Antonio Ro Herrera, Chairman, Philippine Technological Council, PTC at http://www.ptc.org.ph/ confering to Engr. Eriberto S. Sarmiento, the Most Outstanding Technological Professional Award in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering , 1991 given 27th day of April, 1991 in Manila, Philippines. For close up - click photo.

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Work Experiences

Year Position/Designation Company Address
1992-Present Practicing
Naval Architect & Marine Engineer,
Consultant & Shipbroker
Engr. ESarmiento and Associates
3 Felipe Calderon St.,
Marilag Village, Quezon City 1109
Philippines
1992-Present Naval Architect &
Marine Engineer,
Consultant
FF Cruz Shipyard
& Marine Corp.,
Iloilo City
1992-Present Trustee Phil. Registry of Shipping,
3rd Floor Philtrust Bank Bldg.,
395 Juan Luna corner San Fernando St.,
Binondo, Manila
2000-2002 Chairman Phil. Registry of
Shipping, Formerly PPL Bldg.
U.N. Ave., Manila
1992-2000 Head, Research & Development Phil. Registry of
Shipping, Formerly PPL Bldg.
U.N. Ave., Manila
1992-1995 Naval Architect &
Marine Engineer,
Consultant
Colorado Shipyard
Corp., Bakilid St.,
Mandaue City, Cebu
1991-1994 Naval Architect &
Marine Engineer,
Consultant
Rangel Resources
Development Corp.,
121 Mother Ignacia
Avenue, Quezon City
1989-1991 Executive Vice President Rangel Resources
Development Corp.,
121 Mother Ignacia
Avenue, Quezon City
1987-Present Accredited Shipbuilding
Consultant
Asian Development Bank
San Juan, MetroManila
1985-1986 Naval Architect &
Marine Engineer,
Consultant
Global Intertechnology
Inc., 7/F Alpap I Bldg.,
140 Alfaro Street,
Salcedo Village,
Makati City
1985-Present President Naval Architect &
Marine Engineer,
Consultant
& Associates
1978-1985 Vice President,
Technical & Business
Division
Philipine Dockyard Corp.
Engineering Island,
Manila
1976-1978 Vice President
for Marketing
Bataan Shipyard &
Engineering Corp.,
EIS Compound
Port Area, Manila
1974-1976 Manager, Technical
Services Division
Bataan Shipyard &
Engineering Corp.,
EIS Compound
Port Area, Manila
1973-1983 Chairman Board of Naval Architect
& Marine Engineers.,
Philippine Regulation
Commission, Manila
1973-1974 Marketing Manager Bataan Shipyard &
Engineering Corp.,
EIS Compound
Port Area, Manila
1971-1973 Board Member Board of Naval Architect
& Marine Engineers,
Philippine Regulation
Commission (PRC),Manila
1965-1973 Production Manager National Shipyard &
Steel Corporation
(NASSCO), Manila
1963-1965 Chief Naval Architect National Shipyard &
Steel Corporation
(NASSCO), Manila
1962-1963 Supervising Naval
Architect/Marine Engr.
National Shipyard &
Steel Corporation
(NASSCO), Manila
1959-1962 Naval Architect & Marine Engineer National Development
Corporation (NDC),
Manila
1957-1959 Senior Naval Architect National Shipyard &
Steel Corporation
(NASSCO), Manila
1956-1959 Foreman National Shipyard &
Steel Corporation
(NASSCO), Manila
1954-1956 Ship's Draftsman National Shipyard &
Steel Corporation
(NASSCO), Manila
1951-1954 Draftsman National Shipyard &
Steel Corporation
(NASSCO), Manila
Teaching Position
Year Designation School/University
1966-1976 Faculty Member Nautical & Marine Department,
FEATI University, Manila
1962-1964 Department Head Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
NAMEI Polytechnic Institute, Manila
1954-1956 Faculty Member Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
NAMEI Polytechnic Institute, Manila
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Special Accomplishments

Month/Year Activity
June 1996 1. Designed and supervised the
construction of a 2,000 tons floating
dock (first floating dock ever built
in the Philippines) for Iloilo Shipyard
owned by Eric Cruz of FF Cruz & Co.;
ship repairing services started in December, 1997.
April 1994 2. Designed and supervised the
construction of a 120 ft. self-,
propelled barge (style of hull
construction float assembly) for,
FF Cruz,& Co. in man-made lake of
National Power Corporation in Angat
Dam/River, in Bulacan.
November 1993 3. Designed and supervised the
construction/conversion of a newly
built patrol boat into a modern
yatch at Iloilo Shipyard owned by
Eric Cruz of FF Cruz & Co.
September 1985 4. Prepared Project Feasibility
Study of the proposed Eastern Visayas
Shipyard & Engineering Co. at Anibong,
Tacloban, and 3 more shipyards
in the Philippines.
5. As Chief Naval Architect & Engineer,
prepared basic design and cost estimates,
managed, negotiated and consumated
shipbuilding contracts and supervised the
construction for PDC BASECO of the following vessels:
Delivered 1997 a) M/S "KATUTUBO", a 6,000 DWT
cargo vessel for NDC
Delivered 1980 b) One (1) unit 120 ft. patrol boat for
Philippine Navy
Delivered 1981-1984 c) Five (5) units 3500 DWT cargo
vessel for NDC,namely:
M/S "KAUNLARAN",
M/S "KAPALARAN",
M/S "KATAPATAN",
M/S "KASAGANAAN" and
M/S "KAGITINGAN"
Delivered 1984 d) M/V "Maharlika II", car passenger
ferry for the Department of Public,
Works & Highways.
6. Chief Naval Architect & Marine
Engineer of National Shipyard & Steel
Corporation (NASSCO) in the design
and construction of the first and
second inter-island steel vessel
ever built in the Philippines,
the M/V "GENERAL ROXAS" of
General Shipping Company
M/V "BENITO LOPEZ" of the southern
Lines, Inc.,steel vessels of 1500,
gross tons each.
7. Designed the first and subsequent
42 ft. hull extentions and superstructure
conversion built by the National Shipyard
& Steel Corp. (NASSCO), to wit:
a. M/V "DONA CONCHITA" of
Carlos Go Thong Company
b. M/V "GENERAL MALVAR" of the
General Shipping Co.
8. Responsible for the approval of plans
and supervision/inspection works of the
twelve (12)NDC (Philippine Flag),
12500 DWT ton ocean-going vessels,
constructed in six (6) Japanese
shipyards (1959 to 1961).
9. Responsible for the NASSCO,
design and construction of the following:
a) 36 ft. patrol boat for the
Bureau of Customs
b) Mail launch of the Bureau of Post
c) Hopper & deck stone barges of the
Bureau of Public Works
d) Tugboats and barges for the
government and private firms.
e) Floating clinic for the
Department of Health
f) Major shiprepairs and alterations
done at Mariveles Shipyard
g) LCT for Construction
Development Corp (CDCP)
h) 15,000 BBLS tanker for Philippine
National Oil Company (PNOC)
10. Managed by the marketing
and technical works of all
vessels repaired in NASSCO
Shipyard from 1965 to 1973,
and BASECO Shipyard
from 1993 to 1978.
11. Authored the following
books and notes:
a) Project Feasibility Study of Shipyards
b) Mold Loft Work in Shipbuilding
c) Speed and Power
Calculations of Vessels
d) Work Problems on the Theory
of Naval Architecture
e) Ship Structural Design
f) Ship Machine Design
g) Inspecting and Testing Procedures of
Vessels Under Construction
h) Design of Floating Drydock
i) As Chairman of the committee of PRS,
drafted/finalized the publication of
the Rules and Regulation for the
Classing & Construction of
Steel Vessels & Aluminum Fast Craft
in accordance with the requirement of
International Maritime
Organization (IMO)
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Government Services & Activities

Year Service/Office
1984 Member, Manpower Training
Program, (MARINA)
1976-1980 Councilor, Sangguniang Bayan,
Norzagaray, Bulacan
1972 Member, Committee on Shipbuilding Program,
Board of Investment (BOI).
1971-1983 Chairman, Board of Examiners for Naval
Architecture & Marine Engineering,
Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).
1969 Member, Committee on the Drafting of Revision
of the Philippine Merchant Marine Regulations
sponsored by the Philippine Navy.
1968-1979 Member, Bulacan Development Council,
Public Works Department.
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Special Meetings & Training Abroad

Year Activities
1985 Member of ABS Philipine Representative
in the American Bureau of Shipping Technical
Committee Meeting held in Bali, Indonesia.
1979 & 1974 Philippine Government Representative in
the ASEAN Pacific Shipbuilding Experts
Meeting held in Tokyo, Japan and in
Jakarta, Indonesia, respectively.
1960-1961 Philippine Government Representative in
the supervision of the construction of
the twelve (12) NDC ocean-going vessels
at Japanese shipyards; acquired modern
technique in the shipbuilding of
12,500 DWT cargo vessel.
1955 Government pensionado in the study of
shipbuilding design and construction
techniques of inter-island vessels in
Japanese shipyards.
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Educational Background

Year Attainment/School/University
1977 Diplomate in Marketing Management
Philippine Marketing Institute, Manila
1970 Master in Public Administration
Feati University, Manila
1967 Supervisor's Development Course, Manila
1966 Dale Carnegie Course, Manila
1958 B.S. Mechanical Engineering
NAMEI Polytechnic Institute, Manila
1951 B.S. Naval Architecture &
Marine Engineering, NAMEI
Polytechnic Institute, Manila
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Professional Affiliates/Civic/Social/Religious Activities

Year Position Organization
1996 President Camp Aguinaldo
5-10-5 Golf Club
1989-Present Trustee/Director Phil. Registry of Shipping,
3rd Floor Philtrust Bank Bldg.,
395 Juan Luna corner San Fernando St.,
Binondo, Manila
1989-Present Member/Ex-Director Society of Philippine
Accredited Consultants (SPAC)
1988-1989 President Norzagaray, Bulacan
Town Fiesta 1988
1988-1989 Chairman Construction of Parochial
Rectory/Convent of
Norzagaray,Bulacan
Project cost about P3.0 M
1985-1989 Member St. Luke's Golf Club
1975-Present Member Camp Aguinaldo Golf Club
1971-1985 Member Philippine Association of
Board of Examiners (PABE)
1983-1984 Founder/Member Chamber of Maritime
\ Industry of the
Philippines (CMIP)
1980 Vice Governor Chamber of Maritime
Industry of the
Philippines (CMIP)
1978-1980 President Philippine Shipbuilders &
Repairers Association (PHILSAR)
1972-1973 Treasurer Council of Technology &
Allied Sciences of the
Philippines (COTASP)
1969-1970 President Norzagaray Civic & Social
Circle, Norzagaray, Bulacan
1966-1970 President Philippine Association
of Naval Architects &
Marine Engineers (PANAME)
1958-1959 President NAMEI Alumni Association
NAMEI Polytechnic
Institute Mandaluyong,
Metro Manila
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Lets play......Golf!

Fore!
Sometime down in memory lane, when I was president of Sunday 5-10-5 Golf Club....and we had a bash! Our Souvenir Program and.... ....some photo shoots with the guys!
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