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BP 344
Principles
Diagrams:
ramps, stars, etc
Fire Code - means of egress
hospital, high rise
Sanitation
definitions
restaurants/kitchens
strategies > to prevent vermins/pests
Evaluate, Compare contrast: PD 957 vs BP220
environmental laws - definitions, EIS, EIA, NIPAS
Structural - rationale, essential structures, beams slab thickness
electrical - rationale
plumbing code - principles
contract - definition, requirements, SPP 200, SPP 202

Electrical Lighting and Power Layouts


2009 PHILIPPINE ELECTRIC CODE
- basis for safe guarding persons, buildings and its contents from hazards
caused by the use of electricity
- provisions for safety
- basis for legal enforcement in installation of electrical system design
- IIEE insitute of integrated EE of the Phil Inc.

revised and evaluates electrical code


- ACMEE Association or CIty/Municipal EE and Electricians - supervise, checks
- Phil Elec Comm - reviews and updates: energy efficiency, unification of
American standard
Purpose
- FPN No1: hazards often occur because of overloading of wiring systems due
to inappropriate wiring method or material or overcurrent protection used in
the installation
- FPN No2: highly recommended that licensced electrical practioner be
consulted
- FPN No3: maintenance, wiring be inspected and tested at least once a year
for wirings of more than 3years from installation
Generation Facilities >> High-voltage switchyard >> Transmission
lines >> Substation >> Distribution lines >> Transformer >> HOMES
Ampacity luminaire
pannel board

circuit breaker

overload

feeder

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REVISED NATIONAL PLUMBING CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES 2000


Covers
water supplygas lines

vent lines

drain lines

red and blue - water supply


black - waste pipes
yellow - vent pipes
History
- City Ordinance 2411: Plumbing Code for the City of Manila
- RA 1378: Plumbing Law of the Philippines (1955) never ammended until
1999)
- NAMPAC: spearheaded the revision of the plumbing law

Principle 1: all premises for human habitation and occupancy shall have
pure and wholesome system, not connected to unsafe water supply nor
subject to back flow or back siphonage
Principle 2: Plumbing fixtures shall be supplied with water sufficient in
volumes and adequate pressure without a due noise
Principle 5: Every building having plumbing fixture abutting on a street
where there is pulic sewer, shall be connected to the sewer system
Principle 6: each family dwelling unit abutting a street or private sewage
disposal shall have at least 1 water closet and one kitchen type sink. the
lavatory, bathtub/shower shall meet basic requirements of sanitation and
personal hygiene
Principle 16: No water closet shall be located in a room or compartment
which is not properly lighted or ventilated
Principle 20: Plumbing fixtures shall be installed properly spaced, to be
accessible for intended use
Backflow
lback-siphonage building supply
lavatory/wash basin
plumbing
septic tank

drain
potable water

PLUMBING - art and technique of installing pipes and fixtures for


bringing in supplies, liquids, etc and removing them
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INTRODUCTION TO CONTRATCS: Writing Architecture-Owner
Agreements
Contract definition
-legally binding agreement
an agreement creating obligations enforcable by law
Obligation - juridicial necessity to give, to do, or not to do
-obligations arising grom contracts have the force of the law between the
contracting parties and shul be complied with in good faith (Art.1159)
-extinguish if you have the payment or performance (Chap.4)
Contract - meeting of minds between two persons whereby one binds

himself, with respect to the other, to give something, or to render some


service
CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS
Consideration
Offer and acceptance
Legal Purpose
Cpaable parties
mutual assent
ESSENTIAL REQUISITES OF CONTRACT (Chap 2)
Art 1318. There is no conract unless the following requisites concur:
1. Conset of the contracting parties
2. Object certain which is the subject matter of the contract
3. Cause of the obligation which is established
ARCITECT
performance of regular service of the architect
architect offers his service
OWNER
payment of the architect's professional fee
client hires the architect...

-good faith, moral obligations, protect client's interest but never at the
expense of higher public interest and public welfare
- not entail preliminary sketches without an agreement
- the exact nature and scope of his/her services
- corresponding professional fees (Pro-bono)
- practicability may be questionable due to financial or legall important
- conditional character of estimates . . . no case shall he/she guarantee any

estimate or cost of the work


- needs and stipulation of his/her client . . . aesthetic and functional
requirement of client
- bill his/her client . . . commensurate with th work involved and with his/her
professional standing and experince. . . basic minimum fee
- undertake the construction f a project event when...
- no other fees than ...

SPP 202
- translate owner's needs and requirements to spaces and forms in the best
manner of professional service.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
1. Project Definition Phase
2. Schematic Design Phase
3. Design Development Phase
4. Contract Document Phase
5. Bidding or Negotiation Phase
6. Construction Phase
PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Group 1 6% of project cost:
armories

parking structures bakeries

7% of project cost:
art galleries, exposition fair buildings
8% of project cost:
airports, hospitals, theater, hotels,

printing plants h

percentaage of project construction cost


Profesional fee plus expenses
multiple of direct personal expenses
lump sum

1. get it in writing
2.keep it simple
3. deal with the right persons
3. identify each party correctly
4. spell all the details
5. specify payment obigations/agree on circumstances
6. agree on a way to solve the problem