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CE 4201 PLATE NO.

1 SUBMITTED BY:
02/15/17 REINFORCED CONCRETE ELLAN MAE PANAGUITON 1/6
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
DESIGN

A. PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project is a seven-story commercial and residential building with a roof deck
and basement. The ground floor will serve as a parking area for the occupants and
customers of the establishments situated inside. The second to fourth floor is intended for
commercial purposes and preferably, restaurants, boutiques, convenience and drug stores.
The fifth to seventh floor is intended for residential purposes. It has 10 rooms with its
own toilet and bathroom in each floor. The roof deck will be open for anyone who wants
some alone time and it has a water tank for rainwater harvesting. The basement is mainly
for storing of electrical and mechanical equipment. It is accessible by either elevator or
stairway.

It is situated at the corner lot of Burgos St. Lapaz, Iloilo City which is near the
towns churches, restaurants, parks and schools. It would be convenient for the occupants
since some if not all of their necessities can be found in the building and within the
vicinity. The building is also near the main highway which makes it accessible to anyone
by any form of transportation.

B. DESIGN STANDARDS ( NSCP 2010 Volume 1, 6th Edition )

Section 407.2 Standard Hooks

Table 407-1 Steel Reinforcement Information on Sizes, Areas and Weights of


Various Steel Reinforcement

Table 407-2 Minimum Diameters of Bend

Section 407.6 Minimum Concrete Cover in Flexural Members

Section 407.7 Spacing Limits of Reinforcement

Section 407.11 Lateral Reinforcement for Compression Members

Section 407.13 Shrinkage and Temperature Reinforcement


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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
DESIGN

Section 408 Analysis and Design General Considerations

Section 409 Strength and Serviceability Requirements

Table 409-1 Minimum Thickness of Non-prestressed Beams or One-Way Slabs


Unless Deflections are Computed

Table 409-3 Minimum Thickness of Slabs Without Interior Beams

DESIGN METHOD

Ultimate Design Method

DESIGN SPECIFICATION

Concrete Works

Concrete mixtures to be used in this project are the following:

CLASS A.: 1:2:4 - for columns, beams, footings and tie beams.

CLASS B.: 1:2:5:5 - for walkways, driveways, mortar, filler and


plastering.

CLASS C.: 1:3:6 - for floor and slabs on fill.

Cement for the concrete shall conform to the requirement and specifications
for Portland cement. Before concrete is placed embedded items shall have been
inspected and tested, cleared and graded washed gravel and sand for all concrete
work.

Reinforcement

Reinforcing steel bar shall conform to fire resistive requirements of the


ASTM Standard best known for building practices.
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Masonry Works

Concrete hollow blocks shall be non-load bearing block and should


conform to fire resistive ratings. All units shall be restored for a period of not less
than that time unless the strength exceeds those mentioned in these specifications.

Carpentry and Joinery Works

Lumber shall be the approved quality of the respective kinds of various


parts of the work, well-seasoned, thoroughly dry and free from large, loose or
unsound knots, shakes and other imperfections shall be coated with creosote or
equivalent.

Painting Works

Painting covers complete painting and finishing of wood, plasters,


concrete, metal or other surfaces, exterior or interior of the building. All paint
materials shall meet the requirements of paint materials under classification class
A All colors shall be in accordance with samples to be approved by the Owner
of the building with the advice of the architect in charge of construction.

Electrical Works

All electrical installations shall be done in the provisions of the latest


Philippine Code, rules and regulations of the municipality or city and the
requirements of the local power company. All equipment shall be adequately and
effectively grounded junction. Whenever required and necessary, properly
dimensioned pull and junction boxes shall be installed at convenient locations.
Although not specified nor indicated in the drawings. All electrical wirings shall
be installed in moldex flexible conduits or PVC if run is embedded in concrete or
CHB. All wirings that run between roof and ceiling shall be installed in flexible
conduits and properly supported with knobs and reinsulated mica tubes.
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
DESIGN

Plumbing Works

All works shall be done under the supervision of a licensed Master


Plumber and in strict accordance with the specifications and of the methods as
prescribed by the National Plumbing Code of the Philippines. Alternative material
is allowed, provided such alternate is approved by an engineer such as PVC pipes
for sewer and drainage pipes.

C. DESIGN LOADS

ROOF DECK

DEAD LOAD

Concrete fill finish (40 mm) 0.92

Waterproofing, liquid applied 0.05

Mechanical duct allowance 0.20

1.17 kPa

LIVE LOAD

Residential/ Decks 1.90 kPa

5th 7th FLOOR

DEAD LOAD

Ceramic or quarry tile (20 mm) on 25 mm mortar bed 1.10

Movable Partition 1.00

Mechanical duct allowance 0.20

Gypsum Board (15 mm) 0.12

2.42 kPa

LIVE LOAD

Residential/ Basic Floor Area 1.90 kPa


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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
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2nd 4th FLOOR

DEAD LOAD

Solid flat tile on 25 mm mortar bed 1.10

Movable Partition 1.00

Mechanical duct allowance 0.20

Gypsum Board (15 mm) 0.12

2.42 kPa

LIVE LOAD

Stores/ Retail 4.80 kPa

GROUND FLOOR

DEAD LOAD

Cement finish (25 mm) on stone concrete fill 1.53

Mechanical duct allowance 0.20

1.73 kPa

LIVE LOAD

Sidewalks and driveways 12.00 kPa

BASEMENT

DEAD LOAD

Mechanical duct allowance 0.20

0.20 kPa

LIVE LOAD

Residential/ Decks 1.9 kPa

D. PROJECT CONSTRAINTS
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
DESIGN

It is undeniable that construction activities affect the environment negatively so it


must be put into consideration during planning and construction stage. It can greatly harm
the environment in the near future if neglected. Aside from environmental matters, we
must not forget the legal aspect of the project. A construction permit must be secured as a
requirement in every construction since the project can be halted once misunderstanding
arises between parties involved. As for the structural aspect, the left and rear side of the
building is situated at the property line which restricts in the designing of the foundation.