Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University Philippines, Quezon City, 1949. Master in Public Health, University Philippines, Quezon City, 1957. Doctor of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 1961.
Diploma in Health Development, Prince Leopold Institute Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium, 1965.
From sketchman to surveyman Western Visayas Irrigation District Bureau Public Works, Philippines, 1949-1954. Field engineer Communications Water Supply Project Bureau Health, Western Mindanao and Sulu, Philippines, 1954-1957. From assistant professor to associate professor, department chairman sanitary engineering Institute Hygiene, University Philippines, Manila, 1957-1971.
World Health Organization consultant Rangoon (Burma) Institute of Technology, 1971, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, 1971-1972. World Health Organization sanitary engineer Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia, 1972-1975, Community Water Supply and Sanitation Project, New Delhi, 1976-1980, University Indonesia, Jakarta, 1980-1984. World Health Organization chief technical adviser Manpower Development for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation, 1984-1986.
Member American Society of Civil Engineers (life), National Geography Society, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma.
Married Salvacion Guysayko Bailon, January 2, 1981.