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The major goal of Permanent Evacuation Center is to provide adequate facilities that shall cater the evacuees/ victims of natural/ physical occurrences within the range of Marikina City. This project shall break the habit of the national/ local government to evacuate the casualties to public learning institutions, gymnasiums and the like, to a permanent evacuation center that shall shelter these casualties.
The proposed study is entitled Permanent Evacuation Center of Marikina City, that shall cater all the natural/ physical phenomena or occurrences victims – residents of Marikina City alone, that is mainly composed of facilities like The Problem
Its Background Resources Natural, geophysical Chapter 1 Presented by:
Cruz, Flora Mae T. A Proposed Permanent
Evacuation Center Introduction General Background Historical Background Setting of the Study Statement of the Problem Goals and Objectives Significance of Architectural Study Scope and Delimitation Justification of the Proposed Architectural Study Brief Description of the Proposed Architectural Study Nowadays, natural disasters are becoming frequent in the whole archipelago and neighboring countries. Such are occurrences like typhoons, floods, landslides, earthquakes, hurricanes, fire and the like. Predominantly, to evacuate is to withdraw from a dangerous place to a safer place. Evacuation centers are make-available for these situations. These areas not only provide a place of temporary refuge for people evacuated from homes in the vicinity of the disaster.

Damaged watersheds, massive squatter colonies living in danger zones and the neglect of drainage systems are some of the factors that have made the chaotic city of millions of people much more vulnerable to enormous floods. Lost in the flurry of quick-response actions in the wake of monsoon-induced rains and floods is the impact of disaster on public schools that have always been used as instant evacuation centers. Proposed Area of Study

Marikina City, the setting of the study, is one of the 17 cities that make up Metro Manila.

The city is divided into two districts and composed of 16 barangays. Marikina is considered one of the most populous cities and wealthiest local government units in the country. Disaster Prone Marikina is prone to various disasters.

Flashfloods and landslides frequent the city
especially when struck by heavy rains.
Primarily, flooding within the city is caused
by the increase of water level in major
rivers and creeks, and overflowing from
its riverbanks to low-lying areas
throughout the city. Marikina City Landslides are another threat,
particularly at the foot of the
higher grounds because the soil in
Marikina City is malleable and

The major threats are earthquakes,
because the most active fault line
that generates the epicenter of the earthquake is in Marikina itself. Nowadays, problems and issues have been affecting many lives,
not only by each individual but also the over-all
citizens of the archipelago. They have been making each heart beats faster
every time disasters come, making death
become faster approaching to their spans and
making their existences expire in just a snap
of a finger. This study hopes to provide answers to the following concerns; 1. Why propose a Permanent Evacuation Center in Marikina City? 2. Where is the ideal location of the Proposed Permanent Evacuation Center? MAJOR
PROBLEMS 1. What are the facilities needed in the Permanent Evacuation Center? 2. How big is the area to
provide adequate accommodation
for the affected residents of the city? 3. How much capacity can the
Evacuation Center accommodate during disasters like floods, earthquakes,
fire and landslides? 4. What are the considerations to
each individual to halt the
spread of diseases and to the pets? 5. What is the alternative function
of the Permanent Evacuation Center if are no calamities or disasters? This study will provide answers
to the following concerns; 1. To plan and design a Permanent Evacuation
Center for Marikina City residents; 2. To identify the ideal location of the
Proposed Permanent Evacuation Center
considering the distance of each house
to the structure; 3. To identify the facilities that
are sufficient for the refugees’ needs; 4. To discern and figure out the specific area
that can provide adequate accommodation
for the residents of the city; 5. To calculate and specify the capacity that the
Evacuation Center can accommodate during phenomena; 6. To categorize the considerations to
each individual to halt the spread of
diseases and to the pets; 7. To divulge the usage and operation of the
area and structure if there are no calamities; The researcher believes that this study will be useful to find solutions in the growing number of victims, fatalities and casualties that are greatly affected by natural occurrences. This will benefit the: Citizens of Marikina City Local
National Government School Administrations
and Students Scope
of the
Study The proposed project is a Permanent Evacuation Center, located in City of Marikina. It shall cater all the natural/ physical phenomena or occurrences victims especially from low lying areas and along the Marikina River. The proposal shall provide facilities such
as Family Rooms, Water,
Sanitation, and Hygiene Facilities, Community Kitchen, Restrooms,
Mess Hall, Health Station/
Medical Clinic,
Spaces for Lactating Mothers, Rooms for evacuees with illnesses/ diseases,
Room for Camp Management Office, Spaces for People-with-Disability/
Physically Challenged individuals, Child-friendly Space for Temporary
Learning Area, Livelihood Area,
Spaces for People’s Livestock,
Poultry and Pets, and Spaces
for Disaster-Reliefs. The proposed project shall include
the facilities for Relief Centers
where the reliefs come from
the national and local government,
private sectors and the like. Delimitation of the Study This study is limited on the project’s operation and management, detailed structural and building utilities details and cost of the project. The project shall only cater the residents of Marikina City. Open spaces, quadrangles, gymnasiums, public schools, even parking lots, have inadequate
facilities for the evacuees. Open spaces, quadrangles, gymnasiums,
public schools,even parking lots,
have inadequate facilities
for the evacuees. The relief centers have also been one
of the worries and concerns
of the government. The proposal shall
house a disaster relief center
for the refugees and aides advantage.
Statement of Use
The Permanent Evacuation Center
is a structure that shall shelter the evacuees and victims
of phenomena such
as floods, earthquakes,
landslides, etc, considering
the needs of the refugees. A fleeting habitat for these
people until floods subsided,
earthquakes stopped, landslides
haltered, and until the safe
time comes for them to
return to their homes. Disaster classifications: Natural, geophysical Man-made Duration Brief Major Functional Components
with Descriptions Evacuation Facilities - facilities
tend to use for the Permanent
Evacuation Center A.Family Rooms Bed Area Restroom B. Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Facilities C. Community Kitchen D.Restrooms E.Mess Hall F. Health Station/ Medical Clinic G.Lactation Room H.Rooms for evacuees with
illnesses/ diseases I. Camp Management Office
J. Spaces for People-with-Disability/ Physically Challenged individuals K. Child-friendly Space for
Temporary Learning L. Livelihood Area M. Spaces for People’s
Livestock, Poultry and Pets
N.Spaces for Disaster-Reliefs END OF CHAPTER 1 CREDITS TO: Clemente, Mary Antonette Estudillo, Ma. Myrna Picache, Eylem Presented to; Ar./EnP. Edgar Chavez Subject: Research Method
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