Reconstruction Proposal of Clark Airbase Hospital
One of the problems in the Philippines is the lack of health facilities. Clark Airbase Hospital is extremely usable during World War 2 and Vietnam War. The researchers want to help the Philippines reconstruct the hospital for the healthcare needs of Filipinos. In this study, the researchers constructed a miniature of Clark Airbase Hospital to determine the level of acceptability. Quantitative research was conducted for the design of the study while utilizing a purposive sampling to gather respondents in assessing the level of acceptability of the Clark Airbase Hospital miniature. Using a questionnaire, the researchers conducted a survey to determine whether a proposed project is acceptable in terms of concept, design, feasibility, and presentation. The results of the study in terms of concept, design, feasibility, and presentation are highly acceptable as assessed by STEM teachers and the architect. This result indicated no significance between the assessments of the two groups of respondents in terms of the cited variables. The STEM teachers obtained an overall weighted mean of 4.26, which was interpreted as acceptable with a variance of 0.00621. Meanwhile, the architect obtained an overall weighted mean of 3.61, which was interpreted as highly acceptable with a variance of 0.0019. Both groups had a t-computed value of 1.44, a degree of freedom of 8 with a value of 2.89646, and a larger t-computed value than t-critical. As a result, the assessments of the two groups of respondents are accepted. The subsequent discussion forwarded by the two groups of respondents is as follows: innovate the design, improve neatness, and finish the work. The researchers need to pay additional time to construct the Clark Airbase Hospital.