COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
4.1) PROJECT PROFILE AND DESCRIPTION
The project is relocation of CAA elementary school which was reported to be the most populated elementary school in Metro Manila this years and previous year of 2014 to 2016. This situation resulted to overcrowding and lessen the opportunity of students to learn the proper way in terms of facilities. So, the project provided solution for classroom and other room shortage thru facilities sufficiency. It covers students form CAA’s SPED, kindergarten and first to sixth grade level students.
The new school provided the required spaces, ratio, area per place provided by the DepEd and other laws to design an effective, safety and comfortable building. The project is located at Barangay which is adjacent barangay of CAA since it is the nearest available and suitable lot for the project. The projects general objective is to improve the learning that students shall receive. The project also, helps to improve their health thru having areas for urban farming. It contributes on giving nutritious food for school base feeding program and canteen food as to lessen malnutrition rate among the students, improve their performance in school and to teach student the importance of growing their own foods.
4.2) SITE PROFILE
4.2.1 General Site Context
Las Piñas City in located at southern part of the National Capital Region. It is bounded on the north by the Manila Bay, Northeast by the City of Parañaque, west by the City of Bacoor, Cavite, southeast by Muntinlupa City, and south by Imus, Cavite. The city is highly accessible to different city of Metro Manila, and areas form Southern Luzon. (CLUP Basic Profile, 2015 ). Las Piñas is compose of two districts that has total of 20 barangays and has total of approximately 3,298.60 hectares or 32.986square kilometers land area. It is characterized as flat lands having elevations 0 to 10 meters above mean sea level (amsl). It has river and marine ponds and groundwater that are characterized as saline (CLUP Basic Profile, 2015 ).
The Project is located in Barrio of Pamplona, Las Piñas City from CAA Elementary School which is located at the 8 Patola St, Las Piñas City. The lot is the nearest vacant space that is suitable to build school and highly accessible to students from CAA School. The area has a total of 22,697 square meters. It is reclassified as an institutional from its previous zoning category as open space.
source: registry of deed, Las Piñas City
4.2.1 PHYSICAL DATA, SITE AND LAND (CLUP, 2015)
A. Geology and Soil
According to the Land Use Map of Las Piñas City the site belong to the area with Guadalupe Formation. is a horizontally bedded rock commonly referred to as ‘adobe’. Granular with tuffaceous materials and concretions. It is hard and compact when dry but sticky and plastic when wet. This type of soil is suited to planted rice with or without irrigation and It consists of well-laid rock formation of tuffaceous sandstone, tuffaceous siltstone and shale being the weakest member.( http://www.makati.gov.ph/portal/uploads/staticmenu/docs/Environmental%20Management_City%20Profile.pdf, 2018). In terms of its Physiography it belongs to Coastal Margin because the area is near the Manila Bay. The soil type is Guadalupe Clay.
The site and adjacent areas are getting its supply of water form Maynilad. Some waterway were also found near the site.
The site and its adjacent lands belong to the group of areas that has 2- 10 meters of elevation and areas with 11-20 meters of elevation. The hilly portion is composed of sandstone, conglomerate, mudstone and stuff, and reaches a thickness of 2,000 meters. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) found no Faultline to cross the area. The nearest fault is the creeping fault segment of the Valley Faultline in the Muntinlupa-San Pedro-Biñan Area
According to the Modified Coronas Classification by Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), Las Piñas climate is Type 1 which has two seasons: : DRY from November to April and WET from May to October. From the World weather Online(https://www.worldweatheronline.com/las-pinas-weather-averages/cavite/ph.aspx, 2018) Following are averages fields displayed for Las Pinas Monthly Yearly averages:
• Max, Min and Average Temperature(°C/°F)
• Visibility (km or miles)
• Pressure (mb or inches)
• Cloud (%)
• Humidity (%)
• Max and Avg Wind Speed (km/h, mph, knots or m/s)
• Avg Wind Gust (km/h, mph, knots or m/s)
• Rain Days
• Thunder Days
• Sunny Days
• Sun hour
• Snow amount (cm)
• Rain amount (mm or inches)
• UV Index
The site is covered vegetative areas or a waterway and barangay boundary. The adjacent areas are belonging to areas with waterway such as Naga Creek, and covered with structure.
F. Man Made structures:
The site is an open space and has only trees, plants and has structure. The site in bounded on the North byon the South by Cittadella Executive Village, on the West by Casimiro Townhomes 3, and on the east by Cittadella Executive Village. The site is accessible through Avelino street and St Joseph Ave. which is connected to Naga Road. The area where the site is located has Meralco power supply and Maynilad for water distribution. The area has also telephone and cable lines such as, PLDT, SKY, Cable Link, globe , etc. The site has no fences or walls on its perimeter.
G. Sensory qualities:
The site is surrounded mostly by residential structures which usually has one to three floor level that makes area more expose to sun light. The area has low rate of noise because the area is almost surrounded by the residential areas.
4.2.2. CULTURAL DATA, SITE DATA AND ADJACENT LAND
A. Resident and using population: City of Las Piñas
growth rate 1.28
Population per Barangay
Barangay Land Area (hectares) Population per hectare Rank Population (2015) 2016 2017 2018
CAA-B.F. International 216.65 322 4 77264 78253 79255 81296
Daniel Fajardo (Poblacion) 30.77 374 2 10425 10558 10694 10969
Elias Aldana (Cutcut) 33.36 333 3 10402 10535 10670 10945
Ilaya 13.32 460 1 6055 6133 6211 6371
Manuyo Uno 74.85 183 8 15405 15602 15802 16209
Manuyo Dos 187.89 175 9 37007 37481 37960 38938
Pamplona Uno 72.64 246 7 18577 18815 19056 19547
Pamplona Tres 235.31 138 11 35612 36068 36529 37471
Pulanglupa Uno 143.56 248 6 31401 31803 32210 33040
Pulanglupa Dos 195.4 158 10 33171 33596 34026 34902
Zapote 69.68 298 5 20771 21037 21306 21855
Almanza Uno 247.44 125 7 30405 30794 31188 31992
Almanza Dos 507.01 74 8 37595 38076 38564 39557
Pamplona Dos 112.16 82 9 10765 10903 11042 11327
Pilar Village 204.09 149 5 31459 31862 32269 33101
Talon Uno 209.62 150 4 34821 35267 35718 36638
Talon Dos 391.61 117 6 53091 53771 54459 55862
Talon Tres 115.22 225 3 27874 28231 28592 29329
Talon Cuatro 70.77 284 1 21420 21694 21972 22538
Talon Singko 137.25 281 2 45374 45955 46543 47742
68.60 169 588894 596432 604066 619629
588894 596432 604066 619629
Population per age:
Target age: 4-14 year of age (elementary student )
Social structure, ties and institutions
Education: (CLUP Records, 2015)
According to the CLUP, there are low completion rate, participation rate, in elementary level and the city has poor student performance as indicated by low grade results of National Achievement Tests conducted in the last three consecutive years and one reason of it is insufficient number of public elementary school classrooms and facilities such as computer room and library room. Because of these problems, the goals and objective are made. For the goal, education in elementary school along with other levels has to be improved and the city has to meet the universal access to primary education by 2015 while with objectives, quality education and facilities in elementary along with other levels shall provide quality education and facilities. Also, public awareness and understanding of the Filipino cultural heritage shall be promoted.
Table 6-16 LIST OF EDUCATION-RELATED PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS LAS PIÑAS CITY, 2009-2014:
Program/Project Description Objective Location Beneficiaries Offices Involved
Pre-School Development Program Enhance preschools such as kindergarten and preparatory school To help children from low-income families gain access to preschool facilities Elem. Schools
Children from 5 to 6 yrs. old residing in Las Piñas DepEd, Office of the City Engineer
Educational Services and Facilities Modernization Program Provision of computers in all elementary and high schools To improve students’ computer literacy All elementary and high schools students Office of the Mayor, City Budget Office, DepEd
Educational Services and Facilities Modernization Program Construction of additional classrooms To meet ideal classroom – student ratio to minimize overcrowding Schools, all levels where there is shortage Students and teachers Office of the City Engineer, Office of the Mayor, City Budget Office
Provision of computers in all elementary and high schools To improve students’ computer literacy All elementary and high schools students Office of the Mayor, City Budget Office, DepEd
Table 6-39 LIST OF SOCIAL WELFARE STRATEGIES, LAS PIÑAS CITY, 2009-2014:
Focal Group Strategy
Children and Youth Encourage out-of-school youths to pursue their education
The city economic development has five sections: Trade and Industry, Philippines investment climate and Metro Manila business positively correlate with urban economics of Las Piñas City; Labor, Employment and Household Income, PESO the Public Employment Service Office assist the city manage the unemployed population to introduce them to employers. The following are the occupational groups: Professionals, Technicians and associate professionals, Clerks, Service workers and market sales workers, Operators and assemblers, Laborers and unskilled workers, and Special occupations. Next is Urban Agriculture, the city still endowed with farming, fishing, livestock and agro-industrial areas. The Department of Agriculture (DA) has deputized personnel to the City to introduce and maintain operations relative to people’s farm systems. (CLUP,2015). City Business Permit and Licensing System, Tourism Development, Las Piñas had a rich history, especially during the 1896 Revolution. One of those is Bamboo Organ. Tourist destinations include the reconstructed Catholic Church at Moonwalk Subdivision, the P. Diego Cera Bridge, the Las Piñas Bridge, the Old District Hospital and the salt beds along the coastal areas.
B. Site values, rights and restraints
The site is reclassified as institution by the municipality. The site is part of Pulang Lupa II which is under district 1 of Las Piñas City.
C. Site Character and Images
The site area is covered with plants and lawn. It is bounded my mostly residential areas. The area has no any structure on it. It not being used mostly because not develop. The has plain features. So for the project, the site was given a new identity as new school which provides the proper facilities and additional area to produce.
4.2.3 CORRELATION OF DATA
The data and information provided by different sources such as the CLUP and websites, provided answer and clarification with value of the site, its availability, ecological and geological data, hazards, climate, weather, its characteristics of the site. It gave the researcher the strength and weakness of the site, its potentials and the regulations of the areas.
The site allocated areas for buildings such as administration, canteen, classroom facilities and activity rooms and some of the area for open spaces for outdoor activities and maintain the vegetation areas.
The impact of the new school is the improvement of student’s performance and development of their cognitive ability and having high exam passing rate, because of sufficiency of facilities. Each student by that time is able to access different learning facilities and equally experience the activities with right amount of time as prescribe by the DepEd. The students also will have strong body and mind because of increasing the source of healthy yet economical way of producing nutritious food. The dropout rate will be lessened as the children become stronger and receive proper amount of nutrient. The project will also serve as a model of a school nurturing its students through well designed facilities with the combination of having an urban farm. For the negative impact, the student might find it difficult at first because or transferring and the rate of vehicles accessing the area will increase because the students would usually have service commonly by tricycle, bicycle, or van.
4.3) USER PROFILE
USER DESCRIPTION AND ACTIVITIES SPACE/S
1 student- 1st to 6th grade level a perosn who attends educational institution. usually from 7-13 years of age. he/she studies, reads, particitpate on activites,
also he/she have time to eat and drink during recess. classroom, and clinic, guidance, library, canteen, outdoor and indoor activity room
2 sped. student who is special person with disability a person who need special educational learning process because of having severe difficluties on learning, having physical disabilities or has behavioral problems. also they have time to eat and drink during recess classroom, and clinic, guidance, library, canteen, outdoor and indoor activity room
3 kindergarten students a person who needs preschool approach, which includes, practical activities, dancing, singing, and drawing. also they have time to eat and drink during recess classroom, clinic, guidance, library, canteen, outdoor and indoor activity room
4 teacher for sped person who educates the sped students and has knowledge on dealing with their needs and ways to fully understand the activities and lessons. classroom, and clinic, guidance, library, canteen, outdoor and indoor activity room, office, faculty
5 teacher for kindergarten early chilhood educator instructing children usually 2 to 6 years old. classroom, and clinic, guidance, library, canteen, outdoor and indoor activity room, office, faculty
6 teacher for student- 1st to 6th grade level an educator for elementary students. he/she gives instruction and guide the children with academics, sports, home economics, basics of growing plant computer, values education, arts and music. classroom, and clinic, guidance, library, canteen, outdoor and indoor activity room, office, faculty
7 administrative and service
8 principal a person responsible for the superintendent school/s succe
ssful operation. this person is in charge for educational leadership and supervising the school principal office/conference room
9 guidance councilor a person that guides the students and parents to help the students academic, attitude, behavior and social growth. guidance office, conference room/meeting room
10 admin staff do administrative works such as distributing information, answering phone, checking files, book keeping, recording files ,etc. office
11 librarian who manage the library and maintening the organization of the books and othyer reading materials. library
12 secretary persn who assist the principals office
13 nurse usually attends to children health monitoring. clinic
14 doctor person who keeps the health care in the school to meet the needs of the students. clinic
15 canteen personnels person who manage the canteen and supervise the cooking supply, and preparation. canteen, school farm areas
16 canteen staff prepares food, do inventory, cook and manage the supply. canteen, school farm areas
17 maintenance and utility officer a person in charge for operational, maintening, and identifies need for repairs and report it for immediate action and reporting untowards occurences. utility area, office,janitor closet, storage areas
18 custodian engineer in charge of maintening the school facilities and supervising duties to accomplish different tasks efficiently. utility area, office,janitor closet, storage areas
19 security officer who maintains the safety and security of the school and calls for assistance whenever there are emergencies. gates, and different areas
20 driver assisting the school personnels and students when travelling to other place office
21 GARDENER takes care of vegetations and farm. monitors the equipments and supply, and the status of the areas garden,school ground, farm, canteen, maintenance and utility areas
22 PARENTS sends the students to school and fetch them after. also, they attend meetings such as pta, with principal or guidance coucilor and teacher. office, waiting area, school ground
The student commonly from families who belongs to poverty line and lower class of the society. The space will also provide for the user like other utilities, parking space, comfort rooms, and vestibule.
4. 4. BUILDING PROFILE AND ITS HISTORY
The building type is school. A school has a compose of educational facilities such as buildings, grounds, and the others. As mentioned in Dep Ed manual, Educational facilities provides space of educational activities and opening a new one must offer a safe, secured and satisfies the required spaces that also support the teaching and learning process and the improvement of quality education. The site’s vulnerability to various hazards must be assessed.
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