DANSALAN COLLEGE FOUNDATION MARAWI CITY

ONE YEAR TACTICAL PLAN S.Y. 2011-2012

BUILDING and GROUND DEPARTMENT

Prepared By: Ruben B. Lucañas

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offices and service centers as well as other needs related to building and ground. Healthy Growing . In addition.INTRODUCTION: The Building and Ground Department is one of the Service Departments of the foundation who develops and maintains building and grounds. II.1 Pre-school Surrounding 1.2 Craft Building Areas 2 June 2011 Jonji Luzon Jonji Luzon Beautiful. PROGRAM/ ACTIVITIES STRATEGIES TARGET DATE RESPONSIBLE PERSON GOAL INDICATOR IMAIN CAMPUS PROGRAM OBJECTIVES CAMPUS BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAM: To provide Beautiful and Healthy Environment 1. this one year tactical plan is proposed. we are also tasked to design a tactical plan. repairs and improves facilities in classrooms. Expanding Planting of Ornamental Plants in the following: 1. Hence.

Healthy Growing Ornamental Plants 2.6 NB. BERMUDA PLANTINGS IN THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS 2.5 Hamm Hall Surroundings 1. ICT Areas 1.1.3 Mission and White Houses 2.4 NB.2 Green House To May 2012 Casela Auditor Manliguis Lazola Lazola Ornamental Plants August 2011 September 2011 October 2011 November 2011 December 2011 B/G Men B/G Men Students B/G Men Students B/G Men Students B/G Men Beautiful. ICT Areas 2.3 Science Building Areas 1.4 Front and Back of Laubach Hall 1.7 Side of Pathways 2.1 Pre-School and Craft Areas 2.5 Flag Pole Areas 3 .

Mission House Area 3. Plant Nursery (Ornamental Potted Plants) in the following locations: 3.1 Green House August 2011 Grade V. Casela 4. Students Healthy Growing Ornamental Plants on Pots 3. VI B/G Men Growing Nutritious Vegetable Plants 4 . NB.3. Vegetable Gardening on the following Locations: 4. Botanical Garden GULAYAN SA DC PROGRAM To provide nutritious vegetables for healthy living Science Teachers.Manuguis Casela.5 Science Quadrangle. Parsonage Area Luzon 3.1 HH. Students.3 Back of Science Building June 2011 August 2011 June 2011 to May 2012 June 2011 to May 2012 May 2012 Lazola Auditor.4 Craft.2 LH-IH Area 3.

Construction of Gazebo 2.4 Back of Science Building 4. F/S F/S August 2011 to May 2012 B/G Men Existence of Plant Boxes with Growing Plants January 2012 B/G Men Existence of Concrete Benches June 2011 2012 Batch Spartan.G Men Students B/G Men. Construction of plant boxes in strategic locations where attractive and beautiful plants will be planted 6. Side of Kapamagogopa 5.4. Construction of Concrete Benches TO CONSTRUCT BEAUTIFUL STRUCTURES ON CAMPUS 1.6 Back of WH.2 Back of Laubach Hall 4. Construction Alumni Building August 2011 June 2011 September 2011 August 2011 June 2011 Highschool B/G Men F/S B. B/G Alumni Existence of Beautiful Gazebo - 5 .5 Back of Hamm Hall 4.3 Mission House 4.

1. Prof.4. 1. Transfer occupants to Hamm Hall. Allow trusted alumni medical and legal practitioners to rent VVH spaces for clinics. Ask DCFI Alumni Association Officers to recruit/manage VVH operations. 1.UTILIZATION OF BUILDINGS To utilize buildings for education and income generating programs 1.2. Van Vactor Hall.3. private offices. Additional Income 2011 to . and deal with rental/profit sharing system. Allow review centers from Iligan City and other 6 2011 F/S 2012 Alumni BFO Additional Income 2012 DCFAA Officers President BFO Head of Review Centers. Kapamagogopa and other vacant units for couples 1. 1.

1. HAMM Hall left wing. Prayer Area 3. and audio visual rooms for elementary 5. HAMM Hall Third Floorconvert to classrooms. Faculty Lounge. lecture and examination 7 2012 Organizations President BFO June 2011 to Teachers Maximum Use March 2012 Of June 2011 to March 2012 Students Physical Faculty Students Facilities Teachers and Students 2012 F/S.3. SGO/PGO Office 2.as laboratory room for HELE and TLE Classes 4. HS Lecture Rooms 2.1. Display Room 2.1. DCFI Choral Group Training Room 2. 301-303 for conference.2.utilize HS Bachelor Quarter 4. Glee Club.4. CRAFT BUILDING UTILIZE FOR: 2.professional organizations to rent other vacant rooms 2. RM. music rooms. devotion.5. Teachers and Students Maximum use of Resources . ICT Third Floor 5.

KAPAMAGOGOPA HALL 6. Quarters for Single or Couples 8 . Roof Top – Outdoor Exercises for selected groups 6. Reduce the Rent to P 800/Mo.2.1.rooms 5.2. Students Visitors June 2011 to March 2012 2011 F/S Additional Income 6.

Maintain military presence (AFP) at the Dansalan Agricultural Center 2.Sending of a letter addressed to the 9 July 2011 School Lawyer Attorney Letter .To provide safe working environment for Staff/ Faculty .To settle 1.IIPROGRAM Activities Dansalan Agricultural Center OBJECTIVES STRATEGIES TARGET DATE RESPONSIBLE PERSON GOAL INDICATOR HUMAN AND PHYSICAL RESOURCES SECURITY PROGRAM To secure Human and Physical Resources at Dansalan College Agricultural Center . Hiring Maranao (Alumni) Consultant that is respected in the community who can maintain order in the area on part time basis June 11 to May. 2012 AFP Personnel President Consultant Physical Presence of AFP men Presence of consultant .

2011 Nov. 2011 B/G Supervisor President B/G Supervisor President B/G Supervisor President BFO Contractor Construction Workers Contractor Construction Workers Contract Document Blue print Approved fencing permit Contract document Oct. 2011 Nov.squatter/enroacher problem at DAC through legal actions encroacher by the school lawyer -Filing trespassing and damage to property case School Lawyer Charges Documents To secure Dansalan Agricultural center property by concrete fencing all unfenced boundaries -Contracting an architect that will prepare fencing plans and estimates -Applying fencing permits at Marawi City Engineering Office -Hiring contractor for the supply of labor and materials for fencing projects at DAC -Start fencing construction project at DAC Sept. 2011 -Completion of Fencing Project March 2012 Complete DAC perimeter fence 10 .

Lakatan Variety) 2. B/G men May 2012 Supply of vegetable and fruit to F/S 11 . Farm Aid. Tree planting 1.To maintain DAC duplex inhabited at all times -Hire/Assign Maranao staff with family to live at DAC August 2012 To May 2012 President Staff Presence of Staff at DAC Duplex at all times INCOME GENERATING PROGRAM To provide additional finances to the school Realizing income generating projects like: 1.2 Durian. pomelo.2 Eggplant.1 Watermelon 2. Lansones. Vegetable/Crop Production: 2. BFO. okra. jackfruit. pepper. lemon 1. Mango.1 Narra/Mahogany Trees 1.3 Banana (Saba. 3. Papaya Production August 2011 Agriculturist Students Farm Technician Realized profits To IGP Manager. etc.

planting materials. chemicals/fertilizer August/September 2011 Farm aids Existence of two farm aids To provide farm implements. chemical/fertilizers September 2011 Agriculturist AGP Manager BPO Existence of small tractor.Buy parcel of land at north side leading to subdivision road. planting materials.To hire two farm aids Hiring farm aids that will reinforce existing DAC personnel for the implementation of IGP projects Providing small tractor. This will serve as the road going to the area 12 August 2011 . chemicals III. planting materials.Carmelite Area: PROGRAM OBJECTIVES STRATEGIES TARGET RESPONSIBLE GOAL PERSON INDICATOR B/G Supervisor BFO PRESIDENT Existence of Road To provide passage in going in and out of the area .Providing passage by applying for road right of way to the City Planning and Development Office .

Students To keep narra and mahogany trees healthy To provide perimeter fence at Carmelite area .Assigning Maranao staff to live in the area September 2011 Staff . Staff.Providing shelter/ cottage September 2012 AFP Personnel Presence of Military Men Existence of Cottage Staff Living at Carmelite Cottage Growing Narra and Mahogany Trees September 2011 B/G Men BFO . Staff.To provide safe working environment in the area To provide shelter for workers and security men To maintain Carmelite cottage/shelter inhabited at all times To provide additional finances to the school .Constructing Military presence in the area . B/G Men B/G Men Existence of Perimeter Fence 13 .Planting Narra and Mahogany trees August 2011 Fam Aid. B/G Men.Constructing semi-concrete fences at Carmelite area (4” X 4”) concrete post with barbed wires August 2011 to May 2012 September 2011 Fam Aid.Regular cutting of unwanted grasses .

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