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Sir Reghis M. Romero II

Wrong Sir Reghis M. Romero II?

Supreme Commander

 
Background

Employment History

  • Chairman
    R-II Builders
  • Owner
    R-II Builders
  • Chief Executive Officer
    R-II Builders

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member of the Board of Trustees
    The City College of Angeles
29 Total References
Web References
Congratulations to our new Supreme ...
www.mnnetherlands.com, 4 Oct 2012 [cached]
Congratulations to our new Supreme Commander, Sir Reghis Romero II, KGCR. Good luck in all for this mandate of 2 years....
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Sir Reghis M. Romero II, KGCR â€" Supreme Commander
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In behalf of the National Steering Commission of KAPARIZ and all KAPARIZ members nationwide, I congratulate the newly-elected Supreme Council headed by Sir Reghis M. Romero II, KGCR.
News about Balibago dated Jun-2013
www.balibago.org [cached]
ANGELES CITY - Knights of Rizal Supreme Commander Sir Reghis Romero II on Monday lauded the administration of Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan and the City Council for bringing affordable and quality education to indigent students through the City College of Angeles.
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Romero, who is also the Chairman of R-II Builders Inc. and member of the Board of Trustees of CCA said that with the pledge of continuous financial support of the Pamintuan administration for the campus, poor but deserving students can be assured of a college degree.
MIRIAM TO UNMASK MORE OFFICIALS IN  SMOKEY MOUNTAIN SCAM
www.newsflash.org, 5 Aug 2005 [cached]
Santiago has so far dragged only the names of Ramos, who defeated her in the 1992 presidential elections by about 800,000 votes, and big-time contractor Reghis Romero II, owner of R-II Builders, in the controversy.
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But according to Santiago, there was no public bidding and the deal was given to Romero through negotiations.
The revisions were the construction of additional housing units and an incinerator, and the establishment of a river barge waste transport system.The changes increased the project cost to P17 billion.
Other revisions were apparently made since both Santiago and Romero are now talking of reclaimed land as big as 79 hectares which the senator claimed would be given to the contractor as his payment.
Romero said no land has been paid to him, though he admitted having bought a lot in the reclaimed area, the size of which he could not remember.
The area has been transformed into a huge commercial-industrial-port complex.Business locators, including retail giant Makro, are operating there.Makro reportedly bought a two-hectare lot costing more than then P1 billion.A big port is now also operational.What exactly is Romero's role in the commercial operation of the complex is not clear.
Santiago claims NHA cannot sell any part of the reclaimed area or give it to Romero as payment because that would violate the Constitution and the Supreme Court ruling in the equally controversial Public Estates Authority-Amari case.
:: Welcome to Manila Bulletin Online ::
www.mb.com.ph [cached]
The R4 billion Smokey Mountain Development and Reclamation project (SMDRP) in Tondo, Manila is a legitimate and valid project that underwent prescribed bidding procedures with full transparency that spanned the administrations of former Presidents Aquino, Ramos, Estrada and current President Arroyo, Reghis M. Romero II, chief executive officer of R-II Builders that built the project, said yesterday.
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Romero issued the clarification during a press conference at the Philippine Westin Plaza in Pasay City, in response to the privilege speech last Wednesday by Sen.
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Romero said in a statement that the project was initiated during the Aquino administration through Presidential Proclamation 415 last Jan. 17, 1992 when President Aquino resolved to transform the Smokey Mountain, then the symbol of the country's poverty and social malaise into a showcase of decent living conditions of the on-site resident scavengers.
Romero said that the SMDRP was not just a reclamation project as much as it was a housing and garbage-clearing program of government as the provision of housing units also entailed making livelihood programs and employment opportunities.
He maintained that the reclamation of 79 hectares was merely the "enabling component" or the manner by which funds would be raised to finance the housing initiative.
"In this respect alone, the SMDRP was patently different from the PEA-Amari deal which was solely a land reclamation project with the two parties sharing the reclaimed land on a 70-30 basis," he said.Romero is one of the kidnapping victims that was able to escape from the hands of the notorious Abu Sayyaf group in Lamitan, Basilan island.
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Romero said that the SMDRP was investigated in 2000 by the House of Representatives and the Senate.
"Not only did Congress not find anything wrong with the project, it even instructed the NHA to fast-track its implementation," he added.
Romero also belied allegations that the reclaimed land had been registered in the name of R-II Builders.
Equicom Diliman. Equicom Savings ...
manilastandardtoday.com, 22 April 2013 [cached]
Equicom Diliman. Equicom Savings Bank celebrated the second anniversary of the opening of its Diliman branch along Matalino St. corner Malakas St. At the ceremony (first row, from left) are Reghis Romero II, chairman of RII Builders and Philippine Ecology Systems Corp.; Rene Buenaventura, vice chairman of the Equicom Group; Elizabeth Enciso, vice president of Legacee Real Estate Corp.; Jose Fernando Alcantara, president and chief executive of Metro Cebu Public Savings Bank; Melanie Anne Alcantara, manager at St. Luke's Medical Center Global City; and Rosario Bautista, vice president and head of Equicom Diliman branch. Behind (at left) is Jose Pastor Puno, president of Maxicare Healthcare Corp.
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Equicom Savings Bank celebrated the second anniversary of the opening of its Diliman branch along Matalino St. corner Malakas St. At the ceremony (first row, from left) are Reghis Romero II, chairman of RII Builders and Philippine Ecology Systems Corp.; Rene Buenaventura, vice chairman of the Equicom Group; Elizabeth Enciso, vice president of Legacee Real Estate Corp.; Jose Fernando Alcantara, president and chief executive of Metro Cebu Public Savings Bank; Melanie Anne Alcantara, manager at St. Luke's Medical Center Global City; and Rosario Bautista, vice president and head of Equicom Diliman branch.
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