USTP, BFP Region X inks Usufruct Agreement
(From left to right) Ar. Ferdinand A. Dumpa – Director for IPFDO of the USTP System, Dr. Ambrosio B. Cultura II – USTP System President, FSsupt. Carlos T. Dueñas – Director for BFP X and FSSupt. Ruel B. Carriedo – Acting Chief Admin, Chief Legal of BFP X during the ceremonial signing of the Usufruct Agreement
University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines (USTP) System President Dr. Ambrosio B. Cultura II and Bureau of Fire Protection Region X (BFP Region X) Director FSsupt Carlos T. Dueñas embarked on a new partnership through a ceremonial signing of the Usufruct Agreement on October 27, 2021 at the USTP Cagayan de Oro Boardroom.
USTP System President Dr. Ambrosio B. Cultura II giving his message during the ceremonial signing
“The University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines believes in the power of collaboration. With the key players for development: the Academe, Industry, Government, and the Community’s collaborative effort in support for an inclusive development, we anticipate to develop the innovation ecosystem in the Region,” USTP System President Dr. Ambrosio B. Cultura II said.
Working together and empowering USTP’s quadruple helix – the Academe, Industry, Government and the Community (AIGC) – will pave the way for the development of the Science and Technology (S&T) Parks, more specifically in AGILA S&T Park in Alubijid, Misamis Oriental.
“What we are doing today is planting a seed for the future. This strong collaborative partnership between the BFP and USTP will greatly contribute to our ability to achieve a fire-safe community,” FSSupt Carlos T. Dueñas, BFP Region X Director, said.
The BFP Region X is the first government agency to signify relocation at the AGILA S&T Park. USTP has allotted 10,000 square meters for the BFP which will be used exclusively for the establishment of a Regional Training School, Dormitories, Administration Building, Sports Complex, among others.
USTP and BFP X signed the Usufruct Agreement with the witnesses
This undertaking will not only benefit the firefighters in the long run but also the community and the future students of USTP.
By Diane Therese C. Esmade, USTP System Strategic Communication Office