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Compiled Laws: PD 1096, BP 344, PD 957, RA 9514 RA 9266
Terms in this set (1305)
National Building Code
PD 1096: Siamese connections for dry stand pipe shall be located on the
street-front of a building above grade
PD 1096: maximum line of travel to an exit of an aisle w/o sprinkler
automatic fire sprinkler service
pd 1096: what is AFSS
PD 1096: maximum slope of an aisle
PD 1096: In standard seating, the minimum spacing of rows measured from back to back
PD 1096: minimum width of any seat
PD 1096: minimum area of a double acting door view panel in sq.mm. or sq.m
PD 1096: minimum clear width of an exit doorway
PD 1096: minimum height of an exit door
PD 1096: maximum width of an exit door leaf
1/2 of corridor width
pd 1096: exit door width shall not reduce the corridor width of not more than
PD 1096: total width of exits in meter shall not be less than the total occupant load served divided by
PD 1096: minimum width of an exit corridor
PD 1096: minimum number of exit for floors above the first storey having an occupant load of more than 10
PD 1096: number of exit for occupant load of 599-999
pd 1096: clear headroom for attics
PD 1096: minimum downward projection of a draft curtain on all sides of the unenclosed opening
PD 1096: maximum floor area for an attic made of combustible materials
PD 1096: maximum center to center spacing of a draft curtain sprinkler
PD 1096: maximum floor area for an attic made of combustible materials equipped with automatic fire extinguisher system
PD 1096: standard gauge for metal hoods in barbeques
PD 1096: minimum height of a siamese connection above grade
PD 1096: standard maximum distance of a standpipe from an opening in a stairway
PD 1096: minimum wall thickness of a fireplace
pd 1096: maximum of seats between walls of group H and I without fixed seats
pd 1096: maximum number of seats between aisles
PD 1096: minimum number of exit for a projection room
PD 1096: minimum extended portion of a chimney above the roof
PD 1096: minimum thickness of glass used for floors
PD 1096: maximum rise of one row of seat to the next
PD 1096: minimum height of a guard rail located in front of the grandstand
PD 1096: minimum spacing for seats with backrest measured from back to back
PD 1096: minimum spacing for seats without backrests measured from back to back
PD 1096: minimum width of an exit door in an aisle
PD 1096: a court bounded on three sides by building lines with one side bounded by another open space
PD 1096: minimum intensity of lights for exits
PD 1096: minimum width of side aisles
PD 1096: minimum increase in width of aisles for every linear meter towards an exit
PD 1096: minimum width of an aisle serving only one side
pd 1096: least dimension of a vent shaft
50% and 20%
PD 1096: open space requirement for an interior
10% and 5%
PD 1096: open space requirement for a corner lot or a through lot
PD 1096: a court bounded on all sides or around its periphery by building lines
PD 1096: minimum stair width for a residence
PD 1096: standard minimum area of a toilet
PD 1096: minimum dimension of a kitchen
PD 1096: minimum area for a vent shafts
PD 1096: air space requirement for a school room per person
PD 1096: air space requirement for a habitable room per person
PD 1096: maximum projection beyond the property line of a footing along the national road and at least 2.40 meters in depth
PD 1096: minimum clearance of a canopy or a marquee from the sidewalk
PD 1096: minimum stair width for occupant load of less than 50
PD 1096: minimum width of a temporary walkway
PD 1096: minimum clearance of an arcade above sidewalk
PD 1096: vacant space left between the building and lot lines
PD 1096: minimum horizontal dimension of a court
PD 1096: minimum width of a court connecting to a passageway in a street
PD 1096: standard air space requirement per person for factories
PD 1096: minimum headroom clearance for a mezzanine
PD 1096: minimum dimension for a vent shaft
PD 1096: minimum horizontal clearance of the curb line to the outermost edge of the marquee
PD 1096: minimum clearance of the lowest portion of an awning to the ground
PD 1096: minimum height of a construction fence
PD 1096: minimum height of a protective railing in a construction
PD 1096: minimum wind load capacity for roofs for vertical projection
PD 1096: maximum height of a handrail above the stair thread
PD 1096: minimum ceiling height for naturally ventilated rooms
PD 1096: minimum height of a handrail above the stair thread
PD 1096: maximum dimension of a stair landing
PD 1096: maximum slope of an exit court
PD 1096: minimum width of run for a circular stair used as an exit
PD 1096: minimum headroom clearance for any stair
PD 1096: maximum slope for an exit passageway
PD 1096: maximum height of a siamese connection above the ground
PD 1096: maximum distance of any portion of a building from the nozzle of a 23 meters fire hose
PD 1096: minimum number of exit for any stage
PD 1096: minimum extension of a proscenium wall above the roof
PD 1096: minimum width of a stair in a stage egress
PD 1096: minimum thickness of glass for jalousies
PD 1096: maximum length of glass for jalousies
PD 1096: minimum width of exit in a stage
PD 1096: minimum lateral spacing for plastic skylights
PD 1096: a store window in which goods are displayed
PD 1096: maximum width of a business sign
PD 1096: minimum distance of a sign from any electrical post or telephone wires
10% of lot area
PD 1096: minimum open space requirement for a corner lot
PD 1096: minimum size of a thread for an entrance or exit step
PD 1096: maximum slope for an entrance or exit ramp
PD 1096: minimum number of steps for an entrance or exit stair
PD 1096: standard turn circle of a wheelchair
1:125sqm of gross floor area
PD 1096: office building parking ratio
2.50 x 5.00 meters
PD 1096: standard size of a perpendicular parking slot
PD 1096: hotel building parking ratio
PD 1096: hospital building parking ratio
PD 1096: maximum distance of a handicapped parking from the facility being served
PD 1096: colleges and university parking ratio
1:50sqm of spectators area
PD 1096: theaters, cinemas, auditoria, and stadia parking ratio
PD 1096: minimum number of wheelchair seating for 51-300 seating capacity for auditoriums
PD 1096: minimum width of a dropped curb
1.10 x 1.4m
PD 1096: minimum dimensions of an accessible elevator
PD 1096: maximum distance of an accessible elevator from the entrance of a building
PD 1096: minimum height of signs on walls and doors for the disabled to see comfortable
PD 1096: minimum door width for an accessible elevator
1.70 x 1.80m
PD 1096: minimum dimensions for an accessible water closet stall
PD 1096: maximum height of signs on walls and doors for the disabled to see comfortably
PD 1096: minimum width of a parking slot for the disabled
PD 1096: minimum run of a stair for Group A Dwellings (Residential)
PD 1096: minimum ceiling height from 3rd floor to succeeding floors with artificial ventilation
PD 1096: minimum area of rooms for human habitation
PD 1096: least dimension of rooms for human habitation
PD 1096: maximum encroachment into a public sidewalk of a foundation at least 800 millimeters below the grade line
PD 1096: minimum width of an exit door
PD 1096: maximum width reduced by handrails and doors fully opened to balconies and corridors
PD 1096: minimum width of stairs serving more than 50 occupants
PD 1096: minimum width of stairs serving less than 10 occupancies
PD 1096: maximum reduction in width of a stair due to trims and handrails
PD 1096: minimum run of a winding stair
PD 1096: maximum run of a winding stair
PD 1096: allowable tolerance in the rise and run of every step
PD 1096: width of a stair requiring an intermediate handrail
PD 1096: minimum width of an aisle serving both sides
PD 1096: maximum number of seats between the wall and the aisle
PD 1096: maximum distance between the back of each seat to the front of the seat behind it
PD 1096: maximum width of seat in a stand
PD 1096: maximum projection of a penthouse or other projections above the roof
PD 1096: maximum ratio of a penthouse area to that of the supporting roof
PD 1096: minimum thickness of masonry chimney for residentials
PD 1096: minimum thickness of rubble stone masonry chimney for residentials
PD 1096: minimum firebox wall thickness
PD 1096: minimum thickness of smoke chamber back walls
PD 1096: minimum thickness of front and side smoke chamber walls
PD 1096: minimum number of storeys requiring 1 or more dry standpipes
900 litera per minute
PD 1096: minimum volume of water a dry standpipes sjould provide
4" or 100 mm
PD 1096: diameter of a dry standpipe requiring a two-way Siamese connection
PD 1096: diameter of a dry standpipe requiring a three-way Siamese connection
6" or 150 mm
PD 1096: diameter of a dry standpipe requiring a four-way Siamese connection
190 liters per minute
PD 1096: minimum volume of water an interior wet standpipe should provide
PD 1096: minimum diameter of a wet standpipe
2 1/2" or 63 mm
PD 1096: standard diameter of a dry standpipe opening
PD 1096: standard length of a fire hose
PD 1096: maximum distance of a nozzle to any portion of a building
1 1/2" or 38mm
PD 1096: standard diameter of a wet standpipe valve
PD 1096: maximum projection into a sidewalk of a sign 4.50 meters anove grade
PD 1096: minimum vertical clearance from the bottom of a signage to an arcaded sidewalk
PD 1096: minimum vertical clearance from the bottom of a signage to non-arcaded sidewalk
120 days or 4 months
PD 1096: number of days of work abandonment of stoppage for a building permit to expire
PD 1096: width of planting strip for sidewalks 2.00 meters in width
PD 1096: minimum horizontal distance of the curb line to the outermost face of an arcade
PD 1096: maximum vertical clearance of an arcade above grade
1/3 to 1/4
PD 1096: slope of ramp of road-way to sidewalk
PD 1096: slope of driveway to sidewalk where the height of curb is 200 millimeters and above
PD 1096: minimum vertical clearance of primary lines from the crown of the pavement when crossing the highway
PD 1096: minimum vertical clearance of primary lines from top of sidewalk when installed along the side of the highway
PD 1096: vertical clearance of secondary lines from sidewalks along or crossing the street
PD 1096: minimum clearance of conductors from the highest point of a roof
PD 1096: maximim height of dumbwaiter
PD 1096: maximum area of a dumbwaiter
PD 1096: minimum clearance of conductors from any platform or ground or projection from which they might be reached
PD 1096: minimum vertical clearance of service drop of communication lines above ground at its point of attachment to than building or pedestal
PD 1096: vertical clearance of a service drop communication line when crossing a street
PD 1096: maximum capacity of a dumbwaiter
PD 1096: minimum width of an access road to a cul-de-sac
PD 1096: unit area we occupant for dwellings
PD 1096: unit area per occupant for hotels
PD 1096: unit area per occupant for offices and garages
PD 1096: unit area per occupant for class rooms
PD 1096: unit area per occupant for stores - retail sales rooms upper floors
PD 1096: unit area per occupant for nurseries for children
PD 1096: unit area for stores-retail sales room for basement and ground floor
PD 1096: unit area for hospitals and sanitaria
PD 1096: unit area per occupant for aircraft hangars without repairs
PD 1096: unit area per occupant for warehouses and mechanical equipment room
PD 1096: unit area per occupant for the theaters and the like
1 slot per 50sqm of spectators area
PD 1096: parking requirement for public assembly buildings such as cinemas, auditoria, theaters, and the like
1 slot per 8 units
PD 1096: parking requirement for multi family living unit of 50 square meters floor area
1 slot per unit
PD 1096: parking requirement for multi family living unit above 100 square meters floor area
1 slot per 4 units
PD 1096: parking requirement for multi family living unit for 50-100 squares meters floor area
1 slot per 100sqm of gross floor area
PD 1096: parking requirement for clubhouses, beach houses, and the like
1 slot per unit
PD 1096: Parking requirement for motels
1 slot per 50 parking slots
PD 1096: minimum parking requirement for the handicapped
1 slot per 10 classrooms
PD 1096: parking requirement for elementary, secondary, and vocational schools
In BP344, the required width of a corridor
PD 1096: maximum slope of a drop curb towards the street
PD 1096: maximum slope of a drop curb towards adjoining curb
PD 1096: maximum spacing for wheelchair turnabouts
PD 1096: maximum slope of a ramp
PD 1096: maximum distance of handicapped parking from the structure served
PD 1096: preferred width of a corridor for the disabled
PD 1096: maximum height of a water closet from the floor
PD 1096: preferred height of switches from the floor
PD 1096: minimum height of a switch from the floor
PD 1096: maximum height of a switch from the floor
PD 1096: least dimension for a parking slot for the disabled
PD 1096: in BP 344, the minimum height of a handrail
PD 1096: maximum length of a ramp for wheelchair
PD 1096: minimum length of a ramp landing for wheelchairs
PD 1096: one or more habitable rooms which are occupied or which are intended or designated to be occupied by one family with facilities for cooking, sleeping, living, and eating
PD 1096: that portion of the foundation of a structure which spreads and transmits loads directly to the ground or soil
PD 1096: a continuous horizontal layer of masonry units
PD 1096: a room or suite of two or more rooms, designed and intended for or occupied by one family for living, sleeping, eating, and cooking purposes
PD 1096: a stationary open hearth or brazier, either fuel-fired or electric, used for food preparation
PD 1096: a portion of the seating space of an assembly room, the lowest part of which is raised 1.20 meters or more above the level of the main floor
PD 1096: the pipe which connects a flue-burning appliance to a chimney
PD 1096: a hearth and fire chamber or similarly prepared place in which a fire may be made and which is built in conjunction with a chimney
PD 1096: a horizontal structural piece which supports the end of the floor beams or joist or walls
PD 1096: same as heliport except that no refueling, maintenance, repairs, or storage of helicopters is permitted
PD 1096: the vertical supports, such as posts or stanchions, as used in indigenous or traditional type of construction
PD 1096: any surface or underground construction covered on top, or any fire-proof construction intended for the storage of valuables
PD 1096: a term which may be used synonymously with a partion
PD 1096: the unit area per occupant for dining establishments
PD 1096: the unit area per occupant for theaters
PD 1096: front yard for commercial buildings abutting a road-right-of-way of 25-29
PD 1096: multiple living units of up to 6 units built on the same lot shall have an access road directly connecting said building to a public street a width of
Business and Mercantile
PD 1096: printing plants shall be classified under what type of occupancy
power plants shall be classified under what type of PD PD 1096: 1096: occupancy
Residentials, Hotels and apartments
PD 1096: convents shall be classified under what type of occupancy
Storage and Hazardous
PD 1096: repair garages shall be classified under what type of occupancy
PD 1096: reformatories shall be classified under what type of occupancy
PD 1096: turnabout should also be provided at or within how many meters of dead end
PD 1096: under what classification of occupancy does mental hospitals fall
2.0 sq.m. (21.52 sq.ft.)
PD 856: minimum floor area for area of each laundry stalls
PD 856: aisles higher than laundry flooring
0.90m (2.95 ft)
PD 856: top of laundry tray/sink from floor
0.90m (2.95 ft)
PD 856: least dimension of toilet & bath
2.0m (6.56 ft) from floor
PD 856: wall & partitions of laundry
2.0m (6.56 ft) from floor
PD 856: water closet partition and terminates 30 cm from floor (1 cm) above floor
PD 856: distance of seats from blackboard
PD 856: pipe diameter for drainage purposes
5.10 cm (2") Ø
PD 856: minimum size of pipe for overflow gutters
Not < 10% floor area
PD 856: window opening
At least 2%
PD 856: slope of floor in laundry
1 sq.m. not <3cu.m.
PD 856: air space per students
7 x 9 m
PD 856: classroom size for max 50 students
20% of floor space
PD 856: windows and openings for schools
1.50 HP ACU
PD 856: 50cu.m. room of school
(PD 1096:residential zoning classification) a low density residential zone, characterized mainly by single-family, single detached dwellings with the usual community ancillary uses on a neighborhood scale, such as executive subdivisions and relatively exclusive residential communities which are not subdivisions.
50 ft-candle (538 Lux)
PD 856: Working area where seeing tasks requiring discrimination of details over prolonged periods of time and under conditions of moderate contrast Drafting, computer, typing, sewing rooms, room for partially mute children and those who lip read
30 ft-candle (322.80 Lux)
PD 856: Classrooms, study halls, laboratories, dissecting rooms, offices, art rooms and shops
Reception rooms, gymnasiums, swimming area
PD 856: 20 ft-candle (215.20 Lux)
10 ft-candle (107.6 Lux)
PD 856: Working area where casual seeing tasks not involving discrimination of fine details.
5 ft-candle (53.8 Lux)
PD 856: Working area where rough seeing tasks not requiring critical seeing Corridors
1.50 sq.m. (16 sq.ft)
PD 856: water closet
Local Government Units
Planned Unit Development
Department of Environment and Natural Resources
National Power Corporation
Batas Pambansa No. 344
saleable area- maximum of 70% of the gross area
non-saleable area- minimum of 30% of the gross area
PD 957 - Land Allocation
- for one hectare or more
Above 15: 15/12/10
Motor Court: 6/5
RROW dimensions - Open Market
Above 30: 15/12/10
Motor Court: 6/5
RROW dimensions - Medium Cost
Setback for Subdivisions along Main Road
Planting Strip and Sidewalk - Open Market and Medium Cost
Department of Public Works and Highways
Roads - not less than 1.5%
Curbs/Gutters - not less than - 7-9%
a. Single Detached: 120/100
b. Duplex/Single Attached: 96/80
c. Rowhouse: 60/50
Minimum Lot Area
PD 957: Minimum Lot Frontage - Open Market and Medium Cost - Single detached - corner lot
PD 957: Minimum Lot Frontage - Open Market and Medium Cost - Single detached - regular lot
PD 957: Minimum Lot Frontage - Open Market and Medium Cost - Single detached - Irregular lot
PD 957: Minimum Lot Frontage - Open Market and Medium Cost - Single detached - interior lot
PD 957: Minimum Lot Frontage - Open Market and Medium Cost - Duplex/Single Attached -
PD 957:Minimum Lot Frontage - Open Market and Medium Cost - rowhouse
PD 957: number of rowhouses shall not exceed ______ _per block/cluster but in no case shall this be beyond 100m in length.
PD 957 and BP 220: Blocks Max Lenght
PD 957 and BP 220: blocks exceeding 250m shall be provided with an _____ approximately at mid-length
Open Market - 42m
Medium Cost - 30m
Economic Housing - 22m
Socialized Housing - 18m
PD 957 and BP 220
Minimum Floor Area
PD 957: Mandatory for Single Attached, Duplex and Rowhouses
- until 0.30m above roof
- 6" thick
- complete house for Open Market, Medium Cost and Economic
- shell house with doors and windows for Socialized
PD 957 and BP 220
Minimum Level of Completion
Front 4.5/Side 2/Rear 2
National Building Code Setbacks for R-1
Front 3/Side 2/Rear 2
National Building Code Setbacks for R-2
Average Daily Demand
Every dwelling unit shall be served by an individual supply of water sufficient to meet the total hourly domestic needs of every household for any 8 hour period
liters per capita per day
150 liters per capita per day (LCPD)
PD 957 and BP 220
Average Daily Demand - open market and medium cost
PD 957 - Parks/Playgrounds
- for 20 and below lots/hectare -
PD 957 - Parks/Playgrounds
- for one hectare or more
PD 957 - Parks/Playgrounds
- 21-25 lots/hectare -
PD 957 - Parks/Playgrounds
- 26-35 lots/hectare -
PD 957 - Parks/Playgrounds
- 36-50 lots/hectare -
PD 957 - Parks/Playgrounds
- 51-65 lots/hectare -
PD 957 - Parks/Playgrounds
- Above 65 lots/hectare -
100-1499lots: Neighborhood Multipurpose Center
1500-1999lots: Neighborhood Multipurpose Center, Commercial Center/Convenience Store, Elem School and Trycicle Terminals
2000-over: Neighborhood Multipurpose Center, Commercial Center/Convenience Store, Elem School, High School and Trycicle Terminals
PD 957 - Community Facilities
- for one hectare or more
pd 957: a street or road linking the site and serves as the main traffic artery within the project site and shall traverse the longer axis of the property
pd 957: street or a road that services pedestrian/vehicular traffic from minor roads leading to major roads
pd 957: a road which main function is to provide direct access to lots and other activity centers
pd 957: shall have a right-of-way of not less than 6m in width with provision for sufficient space for vehicular turn around in the form of a cul-de-sac, loop, branch or "T", with a maximum length of 60 meters inclusive of terminal
pd 957: roads which provide for the distribution of traffic among individual lots and activity centers
pd 957: 2-meter wide walkway which shall be used to break a block and to serve pedestrians and for emergency purposes
Certificate of Registration
Perceived spatial dispersions
Bureau of internal revenue
Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board
pd 957: a parcel of land bounded on the sides by streets or alleys or pathways or other natural or man-made features, and occupied by or intended for buildings
pd 957: a building, or group of buildings, used for office, businesses, professional services and other commercial enterprise organized,
owned and maintained as a condominium
pd 957: means the entire project excepting all units separately granted, held or reserved
pd 957: facilities or structures intended to serve common needs and for the benefit of the community such as schools, places of worship, hospitals, health centers, barangay centers and other similar facilities/amenities per PD 1216
pd 957: mean an interest in real property consisting of a separate interest in a unit in a residential, industrial or commercial building and an
undivided interest in common directly or indirectly, in the land on which it is located and in other common areas of the building
pd 957: means the entire parcel of real property divided or to be divided in condominium, including all structures thereon
pd 957: -means a part of the condominium project intended for any
type of independent use or ownership, including one or more floors (or part or parts of floors) in a building or buildings and such accessories as may be appended thereto
pd 957: -shall mean any person directly engaged as principal in the business of buying, selling or exchanging real estate whether on full time or part-time basis
pd 957: mean any person who acquires a lot or a portion of the subdivision and who, with or without re-subdividing or introducing housing or
other facilities, sells the same, under its previous license to sell or in a new license to sell in his name to the public
pd 957: a lot situated at the intersection of two or more streets
pd 957: a lot fronting on one street and the remaining sides bounded by
pd 957: lot located at the inner portion of a block with a minimum of three-meter (3-m) wide access which forms part of the lot
pd 957: lot bounded on two opposite sides by roads
pd 957: any lot which is not rectangle nor square-shaped
Medium Cost and Open Market
pd 957: refers to housing projects where prices of house and lot packages are within the suggested price ranges as determined through HUDCC resolution and falling under the standards prescribed in these rules
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
pd 957: shall refer to an area reserved exclusively for parks, playgrounds,
recreational uses, schools, roads, places of worship, hospitals, health centers, barangay centers and other similar facilities and amenities
pd 957: means the entire parcel of real property divided or to be divided in
condominiums, including all structures thereon
pd 957: shall mean a natural or a juridical person
pd 957: refers to a business firm whether a corporation, partnership, cooperative or association or a single proprietorship
Sale or Sell
pd 957: shall include every disposition, or attempt to dispose, for a valuable consideration, of a subdivision lot, including the building and other improvements thereof, if any, in a subdivision project or condominium unit in a condominium project
Buy and Purchase
pd 957: shall include any contract to buy, purchase, or otherwise acquire for a valuable consideration a subdivision lot, including the building and other improvements, if any, in a subdivision project or a condominium unit in a condominium project
pd 957: shall mean a tract or a parcel of land registered under Act No. 496 which is partitioned primarily for residential purposes into individual lots with or without improvements thereon, and offered to the public for sale, in cash or in installment terms
The Land Registration Act
Act no. 496
pd 957: shall mean any of the lots, whether residential, commercial, industrial, or recreational, in a subdivision project
Complex Subdivision Plan
pd 957: shall mean a subdivision plan of a registered land wherein a street, passageway or open space is delineated on the plan
pd 957: shall mean the entire parcel of real property divided or to be divided primarily for residential purposes into condominium units, including all structures thereon
pd 957: shall mean a part of the condominium project intended for any type of independent use or ownership, including one or more rooms or spaces located in one or more floors (or part of parts of floors) in a building or buildings and such accessories as may be appended
pd 957: shall refer to the registered owner of the land subject of a subdivision or a condominium project
pd 957: shall mean the person who develops or improves the subdivision project or condominium project for and in behalf of the owner
pd 957: shall mean any person directly engaged as principal in the business of buying, selling or exchanging real estate whether on a full-time or
pd 957: shall mean any person who, for commission or other compensation, undertakes to sell or negotiate the sale of a real estate belonging to
shall refer to the person regularly employed by a broker to perform, for and in his behalf, any or all the functions of a real estate broker
pd 957: shall mean the National Housing Authority
The Condominium Act
pd 957: means a part of the condominium project intended for any type of independent use or ownership, including one or more rooms or spaces located in one or more floors (or part or parts of floors) in a building or buildings and such accessories as may be appended thereto
pd 957: means to divide the ownership thereof or other interest therein by conveying one or more condominiums therein but less than the whole thereof.
Spanish Mortgage Law
pd 957: refers to cost of the project
Home Insurance Guaranty Corporation
pd 957: shallrefer to projects intended for theunderprivileged and homeless wherein thehousing package selling price is within the lowest interest rate under the Unified Home Lending Program (UHLP) or any equivalent housing program of the Government, the private sector or non-government organizations
Unified Home Lending Program
Main Subdivision Project
pd 957: shall refer to the proposed residential subdivision or residential
condominium project which shall be the basis for computing the 20% requirement for socialized housing
pd 957: shall mean any new, largescale development, consisting of one or
several subdivision projects planned to provide housing, work places and related facilities within a more or less self-contained environment
Community Mortgage Program
Zone Improvement Plan
National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation
BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 220
AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE MINISTRY OF HUMAN
SETTLEMENTS TO ESTABLISH AND PROMULGATE
DIFFERENT LEVELS OF STANDARDS AND TECHNICAL
REQUIREMENTS FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIALIZED
HOUSING PROJECTS IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS
FROM THOSE PROVIDED UNDER PRESIDENTIAL
DECREES NUMBERED NINE HUNDRED FIFTY-SEVEN,
TWELVE HUNDRED SIXTEEN, TEN HUNDRED NINETY-SIX AND ELEVEN HUNDRED EIGHTY-FIVE
economic and socialized housing
pd 957: - refers to housing units which are within the affordability level of the average and low-income earners which is thirty percent (30%) of the gross family income as determined by the National Economic and Development Authority from time to time
- also refer to the government-initiated sites and services development and construction of economic and socialized housing projects in depressed areas
Water, Movement and circulation, Storm drainage, Solid and liquid waste disposal, Park/playground, Power
pd 957: 6 Basic needs of human settlements
BP 220: Parks and Playground - Economic Housing and Socialized Housing, shall in no case be less than
BP 220: Parks and Playground - Economic Housing and Socialized Housing, 150and below lots/hectare -
BP 220: Parks and Playground - Economic Housing and Socialized Housing, 151-160 lots/hectare -
BP 220: Parks and Playground - Economic Housing and Socialized Housing, 161-175 lots/hectare -
BP 220: Parks and Playground - Economic Housing and Socialized Housing, 176-200 lots/hectare -
BP 220: Parks and Playground - Economic Housing and Socialized Housing, 201-225 lots/hectare -
BP 220: Parks and Playground - Economic Housing and Socialized Housing, Above 225 lots/hectare -
BP 220: Parks and Playground - Economic Housing and Socialized Housing, -addition of 1% increment for every 10 or fraction thereof above 225
Neighborhood Multipurpose Center
BP 220 - Community Facilities
- for one hectare or more, 100-1499lots:
Neighborhood Multipurpose Center, Commercial Center/Convenience Store, Elem School and Trycicle Terminals
BP 220 - Community Facilities
- for one hectare or more, 1500-1999lots:
Neighborhood Multipurpose Center, Commercial Center/Convenience Store, Elem School, High School and Trycicle Terminals
BP 220 - Community Facilities
- for one hectare or more, 2000-3000:
BP 220: Community Facilities Allocation - economic housing and socialized housing, 150 and below:
BP 220: Community Facilities Allocation - economic housing and socialized housing, 151-225:
BP 220: Community Facilities Allocation - economic housing and socialized housing, Above 225:
planting of trees
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Economic Housing, major/collector/minor: 2.5&below:
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Economic Housing, major/collector/minor: 2.5-5:
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Economic Housing, major/collector/minor: 5-15:
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Economic Housing, major/collector/minor: 15-30:
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Economic Housing, major/collector/minor: Above 30:
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Socialized Housing: major/collector/minor: 2.5&below:
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Socialized Housing: major/collector/minor: 10/-/6.5
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Socialized Housing: major/collector/minor: 10/8/6.5
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Socialized Housing: major/collector/minor: Above 30:
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Socialized Housing: Pathwalk:
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Socialized Housing: motor court ROW
BP 220: RROW dimensions - Socialized Housing: motor court carriageway
BP 220: Planting Strip and Sidewalk - Economic and Socialized Housing: 15m Road (Planting Strip/Sidewalk)
BP 220: Planting Strip and Sidewalk - Economic and Socialized Housing: 12m & 10m Road (Planting Strip/Sidewalk)
BP 220: Planting Strip and Sidewalk - Economic and Socialized Housing: 8m Road (Planting Strip/Sidewalk)
BP 220: Planting Strip and Sidewalk - Economic and Socialized Housing:6.5: Road (Planting Strip/Sidewalk)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Economic Housing- Single Detached
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Socialized Housing- Single Detached
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Economic Housing- Duplex/Single Attached:
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Socialized Housing- Duplex/Single Attached:
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Economic Housing- Rowhouse
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Socialized Housing- Rowhouse
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for economic/socialized- Single Detached_ Corner Lot
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for economic/socialized- Single Detached_ Regular Lot
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for economic/socialized- Single Detached_ Irregular Lot
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for economic/socialized- Single Detached_ Interior Lot
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for economic/socialized- Single Attached
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for economic rowhouse
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for socialized rowhouse
BP 220: Front Setback - Economic and Socialized Housing
BP 220: side Setback - Economic and Socialized Housing
BP 220: rear Setback - Economic and Socialized Housing
Land Management Sector
Property Registration Decree
BP 220: single-family detached dwelling unit containing three or more separate living units grouped closely together to form relatively compact structures
BP 220: a habitable dwelling unit which meets the minimum requirements for a housing core
BP 220: a habitable dwelling unit which meets the minimum requirements for a shell house with the following additional components being included as part ther
BP 220: a type of housing project provided to average income families
Fire Resistive Time Period Rating
BP 220: is the length of time a material can withstand being burned which may be 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, 4 hours or more
Lot Line Wall
BP 220: a wall used only by the party upon whose lot the wall is located,
erected at a line separating two parcels of land each of which is a separate real estate entity
BP 220: the purpose for which a building is used or intended to be used.
The term shall also include the building or room housing such use
BP 220: a wall used jointly by two parties under easement agreement,
erected upon a line separating 2 parcels of land each of which is a separate real estate
BP 220: a public way intended to be used only as pedestrian access to
property for socialized housing projects. It shall have a width of 3.0 meters and a maximum length of 60 meters
BP 220: refers to housing programs and projects covering houses and lots and homelots only undertaken by the government or the private sector for the underprivileged and homeless citizens which shall include sites and services development, long term financing, liberalized terms on interest payments, and such other benefits in accordance with the provisions of R.A. 7279 or the urban development and housing act of 1992
Urban Development and Housing Act of 1992
BP 220: refers to the most reasonable price of land and shelter based on the
needs and financial capability of Program beneficiaries and appropriate financing schemes
Areas for priority development
BP 220: refers to those areas declared as priority under existing statutes and pertinent executive issuances
BP 220: refers to the areas where the structures are dilapidated, obsolete and unsanitary, tending to depreciate the value of the land and prevent normal development and use of the area
refers to the constitutionally mandated process BP 220: whereby the public on their own or through people's organizations, is provided an opportunity to be heard and to participate in the decision-making process on matters involving the protection and promotion of
its legitimate collective interests, which shall include appropriate documentation and feedback mechanisms
the old Fire Code
RA 9514: Any act that would remove or neutralize a fire hazard
Automatic fire suppression system
RA 9514: An integrated piping system connected to a source
of extinguishing agent which suppressed fires when actuated by its automatic detecting device
RA 9514: The head of the City or the Municipal Fire Station
RA 9514: A system of vertical pipes in a building to which fire
hoses can be attached on each floor,
RA 9514: A pipeline system filled with water and connected to
a constant water supply
RA 9514: A standpipe system in which pipes are normally not filled with water. Water is introduced into the system through fire service connections when needed.
RA 9514: Any visual or audible signal produced by a device or
system to warn a building's occupants of the presence of fire
Fire alerting system
RA 9514: A fire alarm system activated by the the presence of fire where the signal is transmitted to designated locations instead of sounding a general alarm
RA 9514: A wall designed to prevent the spread of fire, having a fire resistance rating of not less than 4 hours with sufficient structural stability to remain standing even if construction on either side collapses under fire conditions
RA 9514: Any compound which when applied improves the resistivity or fire resistance quality of a material
RA 9514: Buildings 15 meters or more in height
RA 9514: A passageway from one building to another, through
or around a wall, on approximately the same floor level
Means of egress
RA 9514: A continuous and unobstructed route of exit from one point in a building to a public way
RA 9514: The purpose for which a building or space is used
RA 9514: The maximum number of persons that may be allowed to occupy a particular building or space
RA 9514: The use of electrical appliances which draw or consume electrical current beyond the designed capacity of the existing electrical system
RA 9514: A piping system integrated in a building with outlets arranged in a systematic pattern which automatically discharges water when activated by heat or fire combustion products
RA 9514: Any condition or act which increases the probability
of the occurrence of fire, or which may hinder or
interfere with fire-fighting operations
RA 9514: A building unsafe in case of fire because it will burn
easily or because it lacks adequate exits
RA 9514: The portion of a roadway that should be kept unobstructed at all times for the expedient operations of fire-fighting units
Flame spread rating
RA 9514: Time in which flame will spread over the surface of a burning material
Fire Safety Inspection Cetrtificate
RA 9514: FSIC
RA 9514: Inspection of all buildings shall be done by
RA 9514: prerequisite for permits/licenses
Fire Safety Evaluation Clearance
RA 9514: FSEC
RA 9514: sets of plans are sent from the Building Official to the Fire Marshall for review
RA 9514: ______ is required before plan review
RA 9514: ________ is required for issuance of FSIC
Fire and Life Safety Assessment Report
RA 9514: What is FALAR
RA 9514: Documentation on safety features of the facility prepared by the architect and his fire protection consultant
RA 9514: Documentation submitted by contractor/CM certifying that construction was in accordance with FALAR 1
RA 9514: Documentation of periodic maintenance,Written report prepared by the building owner, his fire safety officer
RA 9514: Minimum width of egress
RA 9514: Number of exits 0-499 occupant load
RA 9514: Number of exits 500-1000 occupant load
RA 9514: Number of exits 1000 or more
RA 9514: Minimun height of Headroom
RA 9514: Doors Clear opening:
RA 9514: Doors Maximum threshold height:
RA 9514: A mechanical device which when pushed from the inside will cause the door to open
RA 9514: Maximum required force for a panic door:
RA 9514: Existing stairs: min. clear width
RA 9514: Existing stairs: max. riser
RA 9514: Existing stairs: min run
RA 9514: Existing stairs: min. headroom
Existing stairs: max. height between landings
RA 9514:New stairs: max. riser
RA 9514:New stairs: min. run
RA 9514:New stairs: min. headroom
RA 9514:New stairs: max. height between landings
RA 9514:New stairs: min. clear width for occupant less than 2000
RA 9514:New stairs: min. clear width for occupant equal to or more than 2000
RA 9514:height of handrail from e surface of tread
RA 9514:Ramps: min. clear width
RA 9514:Ramps: Max. slope
RA 9514:Ramps:Max cross slope
RA 9514:Ramps: Max. rise for a single ramp run
RA 9514:Fire escape stairs Should not constitute more than ____% of required exit capacity
RA 9514:Not allowed as fire escape or means of egress
15cm high,19mm wide
RA 9514:The word "EXIT" should be in letters at least
Sprinkler vent method
RA 9514:A combination of an automatic detection system, automatic exhaust system, and an automatic water curtain
Spray nozzle method
RA 9514: A combination of an automatic fire or smoke detection system and a system of highvelocity water spray nozzle
1,860sqm per floor
RA 9514: Wet standpipes area required for Hazardous occupancies exceeding _______
RA 9514: All portions of the building must be within_____ of a nozzle attached to a 22.00m long hose
RA 9514: Minimum diameter of Wet standpipes
RA 9514: Occupant load Concentrated use without fixed seats, such as auditoriums, places of worship, dance floors:
RA 9514: Occupant load Less concentrated use such as conference rooms, dining rooms, gyms:
RA 9514: Occupant load Standing rooms/waiting space:
RA 9514: Mininum corridor width If serving 50 or more persons:
RA 9514: Travel distance to exits if with sprinkler system
RA 9514: Travel distance to exits if without sprinkler system
RA 9514: Assembly:Seating Rows of seats back to back
RA 9514: Assembly: Minimum width of aisles If 60 seats or less,
RA 9514: Assembly: Minimum width of aisles If more than 60 seats Single-loaded aisle:
RA 9514: Assembly: Minimum width of aisles If more than 60 seats Double-loaded isle:
RA 9514: Occupant loads for Classroom
RA 9514: Occupant loads for Shops, laboratories
RA 9514: Occupant loads for Dry nurseries with sleeping facilities
RA 9514: educational occupancies: At least two exits from any room with
capacity of 50 or more persons, or area
of more than_____
RA 9514: Minimum corridor width for educational occupancies
RA 9514: Healthcare Occupant loads Sleeping departments:
RA 9514: Healthcare Occupant loads In-patient treatment departments
RA 9514: Detention and correctional Occupant load
RA 9514: Travel distance to exits of Detention and correctional center Between any room door intended as exit
access and an exit
RA 9514: Travel distance to exits of Detention and correctional center Between any point in the room
RA 9514: Travel distance to exits of Detention and correctional center Any point in a sleeping room to the door in that room:
RA 9514: Occupant load Residential
RA 9514: Minimum corridor width of hotels:
2 for every floor
RA 9514: Hotels:Minimum number of exits
RA 9514: Hotels:Travel distance to exits From room door to exit
RA 9514: Hotels:Travel distance to exits From guest suite to corridor door(w/o
RA 9514: Hotels:Travel distance to exits From guest suite to corridor door(w/
RA 9514: Apartment buildings: Minimum corridor width For less than 50 persons
RA 9514: Apartment buildings: Minimum corridor width Fore more than 50 persons
RA 9514: Apartment buildings Travel distance to exits Within any unit to nearest exit
RA 9514: Apartment buildings Travel distance to exits From apartment entrance to exit without sprinklers
RA 9514: Apartment buildings Travel distance to exits From apartment entrance to exit with sprinklers
RA 9514: Mercantile Occupant load Street floor or below street floor:
RA 9514: Mercantile Occupant load Upper floors:
RA 9514: Mercantile Occupant load Floors not open to public/offices
RA 9514: Mercantile Occupant load Covered malls:
RA 9514: Mercantile Maximum travel distance if without sprinklers
RA 9514: Mercantile Maximum travel distance if with sprinklers
RA 9514: Business Occupant load
RA 9514: Business Travel distance to exit if without sprinklers
RA 9514: Business Travel distance to exit if with sprinklers
RA 9514: Industrial Occupant load
RA 9514: Industrial Minimum corridor width
RA 9514: Industrial Travel distance if no sprinklers
RA 9514: Industrial Travel distance if with sprinklers
RA 9514: the capacity of an exit is measured in termsof its width
RA 9514: Maximum number of persons allowed to occupy a space at any time
BP 220: a public way with a width of 2.0 meters intended to break a block and to
serve both pedestrian and for emergency vehicles, both ends connecting to
streets. It shall not be used as access to property.
BP 220: A parcel of land bounded on the sides by streets occupied by or
intended for buildings.
BP 220: single-family detached dwelling unit containing three or
more separate living units grouped closely together to form relatively compact
BP 220: facilities or structures intended to serve common
needs and for the benefit of the community, such as neighborhood/multipurpose center, drugstore, school, livelihood center, and the like.
BP 220: a dwelling for 1 family which is completely surrounded
by permanent open spaces, with independent access, services, and use of
BP 220: a dwelling containing 2 or more separate living
units each of which is separated from another by party or lot lines walls and
provided with independent access, services, and use of land. Such dwelling
shall include duplexes, quadruplex or terraces, and cluster housing.
BP 220: a single-attached dwelling containing 3 or more separate
living units designed in such a way that they abut each other at the sides, as
in a row, and are separated from each other by party walls; provided with
independent access, and use of land. There shall be a maximum of 20
units per block or cluster but in no case shall this be beyond 100 meters in
BP 220: shall mean single family per lot.
BP 220: a dwelling on 1 lot containing separate living units for 3 or more families, usually provided with common access, services and use of land.
BP 220: a habitable dwelling unit which meets the minimum
requirements for a housing core with the following additional components
being included as part thereof:
1) All exterior walls to enclose the unit
2) Openings for doors and windows
3) Plumbing fixtures
4) Electrical wiring within the unit
BP 220: a habitable dwelling unit which meets the minimum
requirements for a shell house with the following additional components
being included as part thereof: all windows and doors and partition walls for
separating functional areas.
BP 220: - a type of housing project provided to average income
BP 220: any wall which separates 2 abutting living units and extends
vertically from the lowest portion of the wall which adjoins the 2 living
units up to a minimum height of 0.30 meter above the highest portion of
the roof attached to it; the firewall shall also extend horizontally up to a
minimum distance beyond the outermost edge of the abutting living units.
BP 220: that part or end of a lot which abuts a street.
BP 220: a dwelling, or portion thereof, providing complete living facilities
for 1 family, including provisions for living, sleeping, cooking, eating, bathing
and toilet facilities and laundry facilities, the same as a single-family dwelling.
BP 220: a portion of a subdivision or any parcel of land intended as a unit for
transfer of ownership or for building development.
Lot Line Wall
BP 220: a wall used only by the party upon whose lot the wall is located, erected at a line separating two parcels of land each of which is a separate real estate entity.
BP 220: the purpose for which a building is used or intended to be used. The term shall also include the building or room housing such use. Change of occupancy is not intended to include change of tenants or proprietors.
BP 220: shall refer to areas allocated for the following purposes:
b. Community facilities
BP 220: a wall used jointly by two parties under easement agreement, erected upon a line separating 2 parcels of land each of which is a separate real estate.
BP 220: a public way intended to be used only as pedestrian access to property for socialized housing projects. It shall have a width of 3.0 meters and a maximum length of 60 meters.
BP 220: that portion of the subdivision which is generally not built on and intended for passive or active recreation.
BP 220: refers to housing programs and projects covering houses and lots and homelots only undertaken by the government or the private sector for the underprivileged and homeless citizens which shall include sites and services development, long term financing, liberalized terms on interest payments, and such other benefits in accordance with the provisions of R.A. 7279 or the urban development and housing act of 1992.
BP 220: Price range for socialized housing
400,000 - 750,000php
BP 220: Price range for economic housing
750,000 - 3,000,000php
BP 220: Price range for medium-cost housing
BP 220: Price range for open market housing
BP 220: For providing subsidy for developers to encourage them to create economic and socialized housing.
BP 220: Uplift the conditions of the underprivileged and homeless citizens in
urban areas and in resettlement areas by making available to them
decent housing at affordable cost, basic services, and employment opportunities
BP 220: Min diameter of trees required to be preserved?
BP 220: Water Code Easement: urban areas
BP 220: Water Code Easement: rural and agricultural
BP 220: Water Code Easement: forest
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (BP 220): <150 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (BP 220): 150-160 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (BP 220): 160-175 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (BP 220): 175-200 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (BP 220): 200-225 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (BP 220): >225 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (BP 220): addt'l 1% for ever ____units above 225?
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (PD 957): <20 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (PD 957): 20-25 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (PD 957): 35-35 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (PD 957): 35-50 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (PD 957): 50-65 units
BP 220: Req'd Parks above 1 Ha (PD 957): >65 units
BP 220: Req'd Commercial Facilites above 1 Ha (BP 220): <150 units
BP 220: Req'd Commercial Facilites above 1 Ha (BP 220): 150-225 units
BP 220: Req'd Commercial Facilites above 1 Ha (BP 220): >225 units
Major, minor, motor court, alley (if socialized) pathway (if economic)
BP 220: Hierarchy of roads <2.5Ha
Major, collector, minor, motor court, pathway
BP 220: Hierarchy of roads >5Ha Economic
Major, collector, minor, motor court, alley
BP 220: Hierarchy of roads >10Ha Economic
BP 220: Min width: Major road <2.5Ha
BP 220: Min width: Major road <15Ha
BP 220: Min width: Major road <30Ha
BP 220: Min width: Major road >30Ha
BP 220: Min width: Collector road 5-30Ha
pd 957: shall mean Presidential Decree No. 957 otherwise known as "The
Subdivision and Condominium Buyer's Protective Decree
pd 957: structure designed or used as residence
- Single Detached
- Single Attached
pd 957: 4 Dwelling Types -
pd 957: a dwelling unit completely surrounded by yards
pd 957: dwelling unit with one side attached to a firewall
pd 957: dwelling unit containing 2 separate living units each of which is separated from another by a firewall and provided with independent access
pd 957: dwelling units containing 3 or more living units designed in such a way that they a but each other and are separated from each other by a firewall each unit provided with independent access
pd 957: any wall which subdivides a building so as to resist the spread of fire, bystarting at the foundation and extending continuously through all storeys to, or above the roof
pd 957: side of a lot which abuts a street
pd 957: a dwelling, or portion thereof, providing complete living facilities for
one family, including provisions for living, sleeping, cooking, eating, bathing and toilet facilities and laundry facilities, the same as a single-family dwelling
portion of a subdivision or any parcel of land intended as a unit for transfer or ownership for building development
- corner lot
- regular lot
- interior lot
- through lot
- irregular lot
pd 957: 5 Lot Types
BP 220: Minimum block length to require alley at midlength
BP 220: Maximum row house length?
BP 220: Maximum row house no of units side by side?
BP 220: Socialized minimum floor area?
BP 220: Economic minimum floor area?
BP 220: Front and side min setback
BP 220: Rear setback
BP 220: Court/yard min dimension?
BP 220: Shared court/yard min dimension? Max height of partition wall
300 m; 150 cap L/day, 25m
BP 220: Water supply max distance from any residence? Min supply in capita liter/day? Distance from any contaminated area?
BP 220: Min ceiling headroom?
BP 220: Min mezzanine headroom?
BP 220: Min door height?
BP 220: Stair min width?
BP 220: Stair max riser?
BP 220: Stair min tread?
BP 220: Stair min landing?
BP 220: Stair max distance bet landing?
0.8 - 1.20 m
BP 220: Handrail height?
BP 220: Winders tread dimensions?
BP 220: Max ladder height allowable?
BP 220: max allowed percentage of non-residential area per residential area?
BP 220: Setback between buildings A) bet walls B) bet eaves: 2 storeys
BP 220: Setback between buildings A) bet walls B) bet eaves: 4 storeys
BP 220: Setback between buildings A) bet walls B) bet eaves: >4 storeys
BP 220: Setback between buildings A) bet walls B) bet eaves: blank wall
1 car slot/ 8 units
BP 220: Parking requirements per no of units?
BP 220: Parking dimension, perpendicular, parallel.
BP 220: If req'd parking is located off site, what is the maximum distance?
BP 220: How many stories needed to require elevators?
BP 220: Application for subdivision plan is submitted to?
HLURB zoning, DAR conversion, ECC or CNC from DENR
if >30Ha, traffic impact assessment
BP 220: Permits required for Subdivision Development Permit?
2 sets, 1:200 - 1:2,000
BP 220: No of sets to be submitted for an SDP? Scale of drawings allowed?
BP 220: 150 and below (Parks and Playgrounds Allocation)
BP 220: 151 - 160 (Parks and Playgrounds Allocation)
BP 220: 161 - 175 (Parks and Playgrounds Allocation)
BP 220: 176 - 200 (Parks and Playgrounds Allocation)
BP 220: 201 - 225 (Parks and Playgrounds Allocation)
BP 220: Above 225 (Parks and Playgrounds Allocation)
BP 220: Minimum area allocated for Parks and Playgrounds
BP 220: 150 and below (Community Facilities Allocation)
BP 220: 151 - 225 (Community Facilities Allocation)
BP 220: Above 225 (Community Facilities Allocation)
BP 220: Minimum right-of-way for interconnecting roads with 15 cm mix gravel base course
BP 220: Width of minor roads
BP 220: Minimum setback depth required of subdivision entrance along main public road
BP 220: Minimum setback length required of subdivision entrance along main public road
BP 220: Width of an alley
BP 220: Width of a pathwalk
BP 220: Maximum length of pathway
BP 220: Minimum thickness of asphalt road pavement
BP 220: Minimum thickness of concrete road pavement
BP 220: Minimum compressive strength of road pavement
BP 220: Minimum offset distance between two intersections
BP 220: Minimum slope of road crown
BP 220: Maximum slope of road crown
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Single-Detached (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Duplex/Single Attached (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Row Houses (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Single-Detached (Socialized)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Duplex/Single Attached (Socialized)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Area for Row Houses (Socialized)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Single-Detached Corner Lot (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Single-Detached Regular Lot (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Single-Detached Irregular Lot (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Single-Detached Interior Lot (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Duplex/Single Attached (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Row Houses (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Single-Detached Corner Lot (Socialized)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Single-Detached Regular Lot (Socialized)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Single-Detached Irregular Lot (Socialized)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Single-Detached Interior Lot (Socialized)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Duplex/Single Attached (Socialized)
BP 220: Minimum Lot Frontage for Row Houses (Socialized)
BP 220: Maximum length of block, where block length exceeding 250 meters shall be provided with a 2 meter width alley midlength
BP 220: Minimum Floor Area (Economic)
BP 220: Minimum Floor Area (Socialized)
BP 220: Minimum Front Setback
BP 220: Minimum Side Setback
BP 220: Minimum Rear Setback
BP 220: Minimum distance between two water supplies
BP 220: (per day) Minimum quantity requirement for independent water supply system
BP 220: Length of buffer from water reservoir (ground) to sources of pollution
BP 220: Provision of street lighting per pole
BP 220: Minimum horizontal dimension of court
BP 220: Minimum width of passageway that connects the inner court to a street or yard
BP 220: Minimum width of court for one or two story buildings
BP 220: Minimum width of court for cluster living units
BP 220: Maximum height of separation walls or fences for adjacent courts
BP 220: Minimum dimension of triangular courts
BP 220: Open space for Interior Lot
BP 220: Open space for Inside Lot
BP 220: Open space for Corner and Through Lot
BP 220: Open space for lots bounded on 3 sides by public open spaces
BP 220: Minimum headroom clearance when ceilings are not provided
BP 220: Minimum ceiling height of mezzanine floors, not covering 50% of the floor area below it.
BP 220: Minimum number of entrance/exit for occupants not more than 10
BP 220: Minimum number of entrance/exit for occupants greater than 10
BP 220: Minimum clear height of doors
BP 220: Minimum clear height of bathroom and mezzanine doors
BP 220: Minimum clear width of main door
BP 220: Minimum clear width of service/bedroom doors
BP 220: Minimum clear width of bathroom doors
10% of floor area
BP 220: Windows for habitable use
1/20 of floor area
BP 220: Windows for bathrooms
BP 220: Minimum ceiling height of roofed porch
BP 220: Minimum clear width of stairways
BP 220: Maximum stair riser height
BP 220: Minimum stair tread width
BP 220: Maximum height between two landings
BP 220: Minimum railing/guard height above upper surface of tread
BP 220: Maximum railing/guard height above upper surface of tread
BP 220: Minimum clearance of railing from walls to which they are fastened
BP 220: Maximum width of run for winding/circular stairs
BP 220: Minimum width of run for winding/circular stairs
BP 220: Maximum variation in height of risers and width of treads in any one flight for winding/circular stairs
BP 220: Maximum distance between landings for ladders
BP 220: Thickness of firewall
BP 220: Minimum height of firewall from lowest portion of the wall adjoining units up to the highest point of the roof
BP 220: Minimum horizontal distance that a firewall can extend beyond the outermost edge of abutting living units
25% of total floor area
BP 220: Non-residential areas
BP 220: Minimum distance between two buildings (if taller building is 2 storeys or less)
BP 220: Minimum horizontal clearance between two roof eaves (if taller building is 2 storeys or less)
BP 220: Minimum distance between two buildings (if taller building has 3-4 storeys)
BP 220: Minimum horizontal clearance between two roof eaves (if taller building has 3-4 storeys)
BP 220: Minimum distance between two buildings (if both are 4 storeys or more)
BP 220: Minimum horizontal clearance between two roof eaves (if both are 4 storeys or more)
1 slot = 8 living units
BP 220: Parking requirement for multi-family dwellings and condominiums
BP 220: Dimension of a perpendicular/diagonal parking slots
BP 220: Dimension of a parallel parking slots
BP 220: Maximum distance of offsite parking from condominium
An Act to enhance the mobility of disabled persons by requiring certain buildings, institutions, establishments and public utilities to install facilities and other devices BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 344
December 7, 1982
When is BP 344 Passed?
February 25, 1983
When is BP 344 Enacted?
1.50 m in diameter
BP 344: a suitable guide in the planning of wheelchair turning spaces
BP 344: length of wheelchairs
BP 344: width of wheelchairs
0.70 m to 1.20 m above the floor
BP 344: The comfortable above the floor reach of persons confined to wheelchairs.
not less than 0.40 m
BP 344: The comfortable room corner reach of persons confined to wheelchairs.
BP 344: this principle states that the built environment shall be designed so that it shall be accessible to all people. This means that no criteria shall impede the use of facilities by either the handicapped or non-disabled citizens.
BP 344: The comfortable clearance for knee and leg space under tables for wheelchair users.
BP 344: This principle reiterates that The built environment shall be designed so that all persons, whether they be disabled or not, may use and enjoy it.
BP 344: This principle states that finding a person's way inside and outside of a building or open space shall be made easy for everyone.
BP 344: A principle saying that designing for safety insures that people shall be able to move about with less hazards to life and health.
workability and efficiency
BP 344: This states that the built environment shall be designed to allow the disabled citizens to participate and contribute to developmental goals.
BP 344: This shall comprise Group A and partly Group B Buildings as stated in section 701 of PD 1096 or National Building Code
Commercial and Industrial
BP 344: Section 701 of the National building code states that this shall comprise partly Groups B, C, E, F, G, H, and I Buildings
Educational and Industrial
BP 344: This shall comprise partly Group C, D, E, and H Buildings as stated in section 701 of PD 1096 or National Building Code
BP 344: Wheel chair seating space is needed for an assembly hall with an accommodation of 4-50.
BP 344: Wheel chair seating space is needed for an assembly hall with an accommodation of 51-300.
BP 344: Wheel chair seating space is needed for an assembly hall with an accommodation of 301-500.
BP 344: Required number of designated seats for disabled persons near exit/entrance doors for Regular buses.
BP 344: Required number of designated seats for disabled persons near the door for First class, premiere and air-conditioned buses.
BP 344: Required number of designated seats per car for disabled persons nearest to the door for Passenger trains.
Secretary of Transportation and Communications
BP 344: He shall administer and enforce the provisions of the Rules and Regulations of BP 344.
Magna Carta for Disabled Persons
BP 344: It is the Criminal Liability as stipulated in Section 46 of R.A. 7277
not more than 1:20 or 5%
BP 344: Walkway gradation for accessibility
BP 344: Walkways should have a minimum width for accessibility.
not less than 2.0 m
BP 344: Minimum walkway headroom height
BP 344: This should be installed at both sides of ramps and stairs and at the outer edges of dropped curbs. If placed at dropped curbs should not be installed beyond the width of any crossing so as not to obstruct pedestrian flow.
no less than 50 mm from the wall
BP 344: Clearance of handrail attached to the walls
BP 344: Length of long extension of the handrail to be provided at the start and end of ramps and stairs
0.90m and 0.70m
BP 344: Handrail height from finished floor line
not less than 40 mm
BP 344: Clearance of handrails on ledges
BP 344: minimum clear width of doors
BP 344: Minimum head room for a sign protruding a walkway / route
BP 344: Maximum height of Signs on walls and doors
BP 344: Minimum height of Signs on walls and doors
BP 344: Minimum depth of Entrances with vestibules
BP 344: Minimum clear width of Ramps
BP 344: Maximum length of a ramp
BP 344: minimum number of accessible water closets on each floor level where the total number of water closets per set on that level is 20
BP 344: Preffered Doorknobs and other hardware location - height
BP 344: Height of Manual switches above floor
no further than 0.20M
BP 344: Manual switches location from the latch side of the door.
BP 344: minimum clear width of Corridors
1.50m x 1.50m
BP 344: minimum area for Recesses or turnabout spaces for wheelchairs to turn around or to enable another wheelchair to pass
1.70m x 1.80m
BP 344: The minimum area for Accessible water closet stalls
BP 344: minimum number of accessible water closets on each floor level where the number of water closets exceed 20
BP 344: The maximum height of water closets above finished floor line
BP 344: Maximum height of lavatories from finished floor line
BP 344: maximum height of flush control above finished floor line
BP 344: Minimum knee recess of lavatories
BP 344: type of urinal for accessibility
BP 344: minimum centerline heights for the topmost buttons of Control panels and emergency system of accessible elevators from finished floor line
BP 344: maximum height of the urinal lip
BP 344: Width of Tactile Strip to be installed in hazardous areas such as sudden changes in floor levels and at the top and bottom of stairs
1.10m x 1.40m
BP 344: minimum dimension of Accessible elevators
BP 344: Maximum centerline heights for the topmost buttons of Control panels and emergency system of accessible elevators from finished floor line
Audio-visual alarm systems
BP 344: This type of alarm systems shall be provided in all fire sections, as defined under P.D. NO. 1185 otherwise known as The Fire Code of the Philippines, of buildings in accordance with the guidelines provided under Section 3.503 of the same.
BP 344: Minimum width of dropped curbs and curb cut-out ?
BP 344: Minimum width of walkways?
.90m and .70m
BP 344: Handrails shall be installed at ___m and ___m above steps or ramps. Handrails for protection at great heights may be installed at 1.0m to 1.06m.
BP 344: A ___m long extension of handrail should be provided at the start and end of ramps and stairs.
BP 344: Handrails attached to walls should have a clearance no less than ___mm from the wall.
BP 344: Handrails that require full grip should have a dimension of ___?
BP 344: Handrails on ledges should have a clearance of not less than___?
BP 344: Walkway headroom should not be less than ____m and preferably higher.
max of 1.60m and min of 1.40m
BP 344: Signs on walls and doors should be located at a maximum height of___ and a min height of ___.
BP 344: Signages labeling public rooms and places should have raised symbols, letters or numbers with minimum height of___, braille symbols should be included in signs indicating public places and safety routes.
BP 344: Min. width of accessible parking slots?
BP 344: A walkway from accessible spaces of ___m clear width shall be provided between the front ends of parked cars.
1.8 and 1.50
BP 344: Entrances with vestibules shall be provided a level area with at least ____m depth and a ____m width.
BP 344: Ramps shall have a minimum clear width of ____?
BP 344: Max gradient of ramp shall be ____?
BP 344: Maximum length of a ramp should be ___ if the gradient is 1:12.
BP 344: Longer ramps whose gradient is 1:12 shall be provided with landings not less than ____ for every 6.0m lenght of ramp.
BP 344: A level area not less than ___m should be provided at the top and bottom of any ramp.
.70m and .90m
BP 344: Handrails will be povided on both sides of the ramp at ___ m and ____m from the ramp level.
BP 344: Ramps shall be quipped with curbs on both sides with a min. height of ____?
BP 344: Any ramp with a rise greater than ____m and leads down towards an area where vehicular traffic is possible, should have a railing across the full width of its lower end, not less than ____ m from the foot of the ramp.
BP 344: All doors shall have a minimum clear width of ____?
1.50m x 1.50m
BP 344: A minimum clear level space of ___m shal be provided before and extending beyond a door. Exception; where a door shall open onto but not into a corridor, the required clear, level space on the corridor side of the door may be a min. of 1.20m corridor width.
0.82m and 1.06m
BP 344: Door knobs and other hardware should be located between ___m and ___m above the floor; .90m is preferred.
0.30m to 0.40m
BP 344: Doors along major circulation routes should be provided with kick plates made of durable materials at a height of ____?
BP 344: Thresholds shall be kept to a minimum, whenecer necessary, thresholds and sliding door tracks shall have a maximum height of ____ and preferably ramped.
1.20m - 1.30m
BP 344: Manual switches shall be positioned within ___m to ___m above the floor.
1.50x1.50m, max of 12.00m
BP 344: Recesses or turnabaout spaces should be provided for wheelchairs to turn around or to enable another wheelchair to pass, these spaces shall have a min area of _____m and shall be spaced at a maximum of _____?
BP 344: Turnabout spaces should also be provided at or within ____m of every dead end.
1.70 x 1.80m
BP 344: Minimum area of accessible water closet stalls?
BP 344: the min no. of accessible wc on each flr. lvl. or on that part of a flr lvl accessible tothe disabled shall be ___ where the total no. of water closets per set on the level is 20, and ____ where the no. of water clostes exceeds 20.
equilateral triangle ,.30m
BP 344: In order to aid visually impaired persons to readily determine wether a washroom is for men or for women, the signage for a mens washroom door shall be an _____ with the vertex pointing upward, and the edges of the triangle should be ____long? Appropriate words and stick figures should still appear on the wshroom doors for the convenience of the fully sighted.
A circle with a .30m diameter
BP 344: In order to aid visually impaired persons to readily determine wether a washroom is for men or for women, the signage for a womens washroom door shall be ___? Appropriate words and stick figures should still appear on the washroom doors for the convenience of the fully sighted.
BP 344: The max height of water closets should be ____m, flush control should have a maximum height of ___?
BP 344: Maximum height of lavatories?
RA 9266: prepares the budget for government projects?
BP 220: Min width: Collector road >30Ha
RA 9266: approves condominium plan; protects buyers of housing units and home lots as well as condominium
BP 220: Min width: Minor road
national housing authority
BP 220: Min width: motor court road
BP 220: Min width: alley road
home development mutual fund
unified home lending program
BP 220: Min width: pathway
securities and exchange commission
BP 220: Pathway max length?
professional regulation commission
BP 220: Min width: interconnecting road
RA 9266: where will you a subdivision plan approved
3m x 5m
BP 220: Setback from main road for passenger drop off?
BP 220: For an 8m RROW, min sidewalk and planter width?
comprehensive land use plan
RA 9266: what plan is approved by HLURB after such is adopted by the sanguniang bayan/panglunsod
BP 220: For an 10m & 12m RROW, min sidewalk and planter width?
atty. chito m. cruz
head of the hudcc and hlurb
1.2m, 1m, 3m
BP 220: For an 15m RROW, min sidewalk and planter width?
RA 9266: accredits the national organization of architects
BP 220: Slope of carriageway crown?
RA 9266: secured first before applying for business permit
BP 220: Minimum Lot area (socialized): single detached
march 17, 2004
when was ra9266 approved?
RA 9266: when planning to start an architectural firm in a certain locality, what should you secure?
BP 220: Minimum Lot area (socialized): duplex
who or what body is responsible for zoning exemption, reclassification, or change of zone ordinance?
BP 220: Minimum Lot area (socialized): row house
what is the minimum headroom when a duct crosses the hallway
BP 220: Minimum Lot area (economic): single detached
BP 220: Minimum Lot area (economic): duplex
344 table clearance for knee and leg space for wheelchair users
BP 220: Minimum Lot area (economic): row house
NBCP aisle serving only one side
NBCP aisle serving only both sides
BP 220: Minimum frontage: corner/regular lot
344 grab bar for disabled height
BP 220: Minimum frontage: irregular lot
344 maximum height for a water fountain
BP 220: Minimum frontage: interior lot
BP 220: Minimum frontage: duplex
344 angle of turn of embossed tiles for the blind
344 maximum height for lavatories
BP 220: Minimum frontage: rowhouse socialized
220 maximum length of cul-de-sac
BP 220: Minimum frontage: rowhouse economic
RA 9514: a group of firefighters performing fire suppression activities within a specified jurisdiction
BP 220: Maximum block length?
at all reasonable times
RA 9266: when can a BO enter any building
when work is suspended for 365 and 180 days
RA 9266: in what circumstances will a building permit become valid
contract of lease/deed of absolute sale
RA 9266: what is needed in applying for a building permit if the applicant is not the owner
under the revices IRR of the NBCP, what is the specific subsection that provides for the signing and sealing of architectural documents
NBCP: fronting busy highway
RA 9266: a person found preparing architectural plans without the necessary license is guilty of what?
RA 9266: cover injuries, deaths...
RA 9266: in specs writing,= how do you refer to money?
30 days after issuance of COO
RA 9266: when should the BOM be submitted to the owner by the contractor?
NBCP: considering office space, what is the minimum clearance of a service zone so as not to obstruct walkways between 2 work units
NBCP: considering office space, what is the minimum width that will also serve as access from the work unit to the wall
well lighted hallway and stair
NBCP: what is preferred to control the movement of people inside a building?
NBCP: what type of street is used for pedestrian, animals, and bikers
during design competition
SPPwhen can an architect do design concepts parallel to other designing
before project is conceived
SPPwhen is the best time for an architect to do several development projects
human resource development
RA 9266: it links the skills of human with existing and available resources for development
RA 9266: the code of ethical conduct is an integral part of
certificate of occupancy
RA 9266: after a change of use of a building, what should be secured?
SPP: interview, verification, evaluation and ranking, and negotiation
SPP: basis for direct selection
means of access
NBCP: basic function of an open door
NBCP: allowable projection for the signage of a building that is not arcaded
NBCP: minimum signage height of a building that is not arcaded
NBCP: minimum signage height of a building that is arcaded
NBCP: that minimum arcade height above the established sidewalk grade=
SPP: A tenure by lease; real estate held under a lease
Percentage of Construction Cost
SPP: A world-wide used method of compensation for architectural services.
Letter of transmittal
SPP: Submission of shop drawings shall be accompanied by a ___ in duplicate.
SPP: How many sets of shop drawings for approval shall the contractor submit to the Architect?
SPP: Professional Fee for the Architect as a full-time supervisor.
SPP: Professional fee for the Construction Manager
SPP: What type of bond guarantees payment on all obligations arising from the contract?
SPP: Professional Fee for the Project Manager.
Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System
SPP: His primary responsibility is the exercise of overall cost control which relieves the owner of many of the anxieties that usually beset , particularly those concerned with forecasting cost and completion dates.
Local Water Utilities Administration
Public / People
SPP: In the architect's code of ethics, to whom does the architect has responsibility to seek opportunities for constructive service in civic and urban affairs?
SPP: What PD created the PRC which regulates the practice of various professionals.
SPP: The cashier's check or surety bond accompanying the proposal submitted by the bidder,
as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the owner for the construction of the work, if the contract is awarded to him.
SPP: Instructions which may be issued prior to the bidding to supplement and/or modify
drawings, specifications, and/or general conditions of the contract.
SPP: Written or printed description of work to be done describing qualities of material and mode
SPP: Means information, advice or notification pertinent to the project delivered in person or
sent by registered mail to the individual, firm or corporation at the last known business address of such individual, firm or corporation.
SPP: Includes labor or materials or both as equipment, transportation, or other facilities
necessary to commence and complete the construction called for in the contract.
SPP: Means to build-in, mount in position, connect or apply any object specified ready for the
SPP: Means to purchase and/or fabricate and deliver to jobsite.
SPP: Means to furnish and install.
SPP: The guarantee bond is equal to how many percent of the contract price?
SPP: Standard factor computed for changes and/or revisions made on completed contracts.
SPP: How many days prior to bidding shall the contractor seek the architect's
clarification as to the particular areas of work which requires evaluation of the architect?
SPP: Who declares bankruptcy as a valid reason for the termination of a contract?
SPP: How many percent of the contract amount is the Performance Bond?
SPP: A contract provision setting forth the damages a party must pay in the event of his breach
Predecessor of PD 1096
SPP: What presidential decree institutionalized the profession of environmental planning?
SPP: It is a right enforceable against specific property to secure payment of an obligation.
SPP: Minimum basic fee for simple projects.
SPP: What is Group 6 Project classification?
Group 3 (Exceptional Character)
SPP: Under what classification of Project does Hospitals and Medical Buildings fall?
Group 3 (Exceptional Character)
SPP: Under what classification of Project does Stadium fall?
Construction Phase Service
SPP: On the remaining 15% work fee of the architect, where does the 5% go
7th day / Notice to Proceed
SPP: Contract time reckoning shall commence on the ___ from receipt of ___.
SPP: An area of a city where municipal buildings are grouped.
March 17, 2004
Date of RA 9266
1yr (12 months)
SPP: The Guarantee Bond is released how many months after the date of final payment.
SPP: How many days shall the Building Official issue a certificate of occupancy after final inspection of the project.
Contents RA 9266: General Provisions
Statute of Limitation
SPP: A statute specifying the period of time within which legal action must be brought for alleged damage or injury.
Contents RA 9266: Professional Regulatory Board of Architecture
Statute of Frauds
SPP: A rule that certain kinds of contracts are enforceable unless signed and in writing or unless there is a written memorandum of their terms signed by the party to be charged.
Contents RA 9266: Examination, Registration and Licensure
Contents RA 9266: Practice of Architecture
SPP: A contract transferring the right of possession of buildings, property, etc., for a fixed period of time, usually for periodical compensation called 'rent'.
Contents RA 9266: Final Provisions
Act to regulate the practice of architecture in the Philippines
An act providing for a more responsive and comprehensive regulation for the registration, licensing and practice of architecture
November 15, 2004
RA 9266 PUBLISHED
Personnel Multiple of Direct
SPP: This method of compensation is applied only to pre-design services, supervision work, t and other works which the Architect may perform other than the regular and specialized allied services.
20% ADD plus fire reserve
Water Tank Capacity
3, 3, 2, 1, 1, 3
RA 9266:Term of Office: __years(_,_,_ year first appointees); may be reappointed for ___full term of __years
Percentage of Construction Cost
SPP: This type of compensation is similar to the concept being charged by realtors, developers, and lawyers.
Professional Fee Plus Expenses
SPP: This method of compensation is frequently used where there is continuing relationship on a series of projects.
IRR of the Architecture Act of 2004, RA 9266
RA 9266:Examiners Powers and Functions: Prescribe and adopt the ____ for carrying out the provisions of ____;
Certificate of Completion
Sanitation Code of the Philippines
registration, licensure, practice
RA 9266:Examiners Powers and Functions: Supervise the ___, ___ and ___ of architects;
RA 9266:Examiners Powers and Functions: ____ in connection with the administration of RA 9266.
SPP: Who shall have the responsibility of securing, but not liable for non-issuance, of the final occupancy permit.
SPP: Who shall have the responsibility for establishing lot lines, boundary lines, easements, and benchmarks?
SPP: Who shall pay for the services of a licensed surveyor for confirmation and certification of the location of column centers, piers, walls, pits, trenches, pipe work, culvert work, utility lines, and other similar works required by the contract.
National Plumbing Code of the Philippines
Reinforced Concrete Pipes
SPP: At what interest rate per month should a client pay the architect should the former fail to pay the latter beyond 30 days from receipt of billing?
SPP: What code holds the architect responsible for the building/structure he designed for a certain period of time.
per diem+reimb. expenses
SPP: What type of compensation is applied to cases where the architect's personal time is required, such as conferences, joint venture activities, etc.?
Certificate of Registration, Professional Identification Card
RA 9266:Examiners Powers and Functions: Issue, suspend, revoke, or reinstate the ____ and the ____ for the practice of the architecture profession;
Lump Sum / Fixed Fee
SPP: What type of compensation is applied to most of Gov't projects and entails more paper works and is advantageous to both client and architect.
RA 9266:Examiners Powers and Functions: Adopt an ____ of the Board;
Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology
SPP: If the Project Manager is hired by the owner, who shall have the responsibility of hiring the Construction Manager?
conditions, enhancement, maintenance, ethical, technical
RA 9266:Examiners Powers and Functions: Monitor the ____ affecting the practice of architecture and adopt such measures as may be deemed proper for the ____ and ____ of high professional, ____ and ____ standards of the profession;
Min area - 50sqm
- Increments of 3.00 square meters for every additional family dwelling type in excess of 10 units shall be added
Code of ethical Conduct, Standards of Professional Practice
RA 9266:Examiners Powers and Functions: Prescribe and/or adopt the ____ and ____;
Single Occupancy: 18sqm
- net floor area 12m
Family Dwelling Unit
- 36: open market
- 22: medium cost
minimum floor area Condominium
RA 9266, Code of Ethical Conduct, Standards of Professional Practice, subpoena, witnesses, 15, receipt of notice of judgement or decision
RA 9266:Examiners Powers and Functions: Hear and decide administrative cases involving violations of __, the "IRR of the Architecture Act of 2004," the ____ and ____ and for this purpose, to issue ____ and testificandum and subpoena duced tecum to secure the appearance of ____ and the production of documents in connection therewith; Provided, that the decision of the Board shall, unless appealed to the Commission, become final and executory after__days from ____. The decision of the Commission may be appealed to the Court of Appeals in accordance with the procedure under the Rules of Court;
Bureau of Lands Locational Monument
Current Tax Receipt
continuing professional development (CPD), integrated and accredited professional organization of architects, professional identification card
RA 9266:Prescribe guidelines for the ____ program in consultation with the___: provided, that the attendance to said CPD shall not be a mandatory requirement for the renewal of a ____;
Certified True Copy of Title
RA 9266:Prepare, adopt, issue or amend the _____ of the subjects for examinations in consultation with the academe, determine and prepare questions which shall be within the scope of the syllabi of the subject for examinations as well as administer, correct and release the results of the licensure examinations;
RA 9266:Approve, issue, limit or cancel ____ or _____ permit to practice architecture;
Transfer Certificate of Title
CHED, CHED, Board, Commission, CHED
RA 9266:In coordination with ___, ensure that all higher educational instruction and offerings of architecture comply with the policies, standards and requirements of the course prescribed by the ____ in the areas of curriculum, faculty, library and facilities: Provided, that for the orderly implementation of this provision, the _____ and the _____ may enter into a memorandum of agreement with the _____.
SPP: No further retention shall be made on the balance of the contract when how many percent of the contract has been completed?
SPP: No payment shall be made on contracts in excess of how many percent of the contract price.
Environmental Compliance Certificate
SPP: How many percent of the architect's fee is payable to the architect upon completion of the
preparation of the schematic design phase and up to final design development phase?
RA 9266:To adopt a program for the full ____ of the licensure examination;
SPP: Approximately, how many square meters of office space for the architect is built by the contractor as temporary facilities for the project.
SPP: All trees and other plants that need to be transplanted elsewhere within ___ meters shall be done by the ___ at his own expense.
Securities and Exchange Commission
SPP: Suspension of work for ___ days by order of any court or other public authority through no act or fault of the contractor gives the him the right to terminate contract.
False (30 days)
SPP: True or false, the contractor can terminate contract if the owner should fail to pay the contractor any sum within 15 days after its award by arbitration
False (15 days)
SPP: True or false, the contractor can terminate contract if the owner should fail to act upon any request for payment within 30 days after its certification by the architect.
RA 9266:Examination, Registration and Examination
SPP: How many days prior to canceling an insurance be given to the owner stipulating the intention to cancel?
Certificate of Non-coverage
filipino citizen, qualified foreigner
RA 9266:Qualifications for Licensure Examination: ____ or ____
5,000 for First 50 Hectares
SPP: Basic Fee for Physical Planning Type 1 or site such as industrial estates, commercial centers, sports complex, resorts, etc.
Department of Agrarian Reform
National Water Resources Board
RA 9266:Qualifications for Licensure Examination: No conviction of any criminal offense involving ____
RA 9266:Qualifications for Licensure Examination: holder of ____
Professional Regulation Commission
RA 9266:Qualifications for Licensure Examination: has ___ years of diversified experience
Department of Labor and Employment
SPP: Minimum Per diem paid to the architect if work is beyond 100 kms. From office.
Taxpayer's Identification Number
SPP: Repairs and corrective works at the expense of the contractor should be done within how many days after written notice by owner?
SPP: Failure on the part of the contractor to remove condemned work shall give the owner right to remove said work at contractor's exepense and contractor shall pay the owner the expenses incurred within how many days from removal by the owner of said work?
RA 9266:Qualifications for Licensure Examination: MS credited __ year
Comprehensive Land Use Plan
SPP: Any article of property not consisting of or affixed to land plus any interest in land that is less than a freehold.
SPP: No person who is not a citizen of the Philippines may take the board exams or practice the profession unless the country of his relation allows the same ___.
History and Theory, Planning, Architectural Practice
RA 9266:Subjects of Examination: ____ of Architecture, Principles of _____ and _____;
Structural, Building Materials, Architectural Specifications, Construction, Utilities
RA 9266:Subjects of Examination: _____ Design, ____, and _____, and Methods of ____ and _____,
RA 9266:Subjects of Examination: ____ Design and Architectural ____
Original Certificate Of Title
RA 9266:Subjects of Examination: _____ Design and ____ Planning
BP 344: Knee recess for lavatories, vertical clearance ?
70, 50, no
RA 9266:Rating in the Licensure Examination: GWA of __%, no grade lower than ___%, ____limit for the number of re-examinations
BP 344: Knee recess for lavatories depth?
BP 344: Urinals should have an elongated lip or through type, the maximum height of the lip should be ____?
RA 9266:Registration of Firm, Company, Partnership, Corporation or Association: Only ____ may, among themselves, or together with allied technical professionals, form and obtain registration for the practice of architecture
BP 344: Accessible elevators should be located not more than ____m from the entrance and should be easy to locate with the aid of signs.
RA 9266:Registration of Firm, Company, Partnership, Corporation or Association: RLA shall compose at least _% of the owners, shareholders, members, incorporators, directors, executive officers
Individual members, individual, collective
RA 9266:Registration of Firm, Company, Partnership, Corporation or Association: ___ shall be responsible for their ___ and ___ acts as an entity and as provided by law
1.10m x 1.40m
BP 344: Min dimension of accessible elevators?
RA 9266:Registration of Firm, Company, Partnership, Corporation or Association:Shall be registered with the ___and the ___
1.50 m. width
BP 344: Minimum width of Entrances with vestibules
RA 9266:Temporary Special Permits: with ___ arrangements
gross rental %
RA 9266: facilities manager compensation
RA 9266:Temporary Special Permits: his/her ____ is necessary and advantageous to our country (technology transfer and specialization)
RA 9266: base on COC, you have a responsibility to whom?
RA 9266: where the client can file complaint against the me as architect
RA 9266:Temporary Special Permits: work with a ___
special permit, PRC, DOLE, hiring agency, entity
RA 9266:Temporary Special Permits: ___ from ___ and ___to be secured by _____ or ____
RA 9266: the person who initiate the first move in a dispute
RA 9266: meant by fabricate and delivered to jobsite
locally, professional liability, malpractice, bond, nature, magnitude
RA 9266:Temporary Special Permits: secure ___ their ___ insurance or ___ insurance or their acceptable equivalent in ___ form commensurate with the ___ and ___ of their project involvement
RA 9266: how do you specify pipes
RA 9266:Final Provisions
RA 9266: an architect needs to show his client the entirety of the project in full 3d and realistic form, what is the best way to do this?
Board Resolution No. 3, Series of 2004
RA 9266:the United Architects of the Philippines, Inc. is the existing IAPOA
RA 9266:An architect duly registered with the ____ shall automatically become a member of the ____
special allied services
RA 9266: where does planning services fall?
full-time project supervision
RA 9266: monitoring and supervision
RA 9266:Functions, duties and responsibilities of the UAP as the IAPOA: Nominations to the vacancy of positions to the ____;
RA 9266: where does assessing the needs of the client fall?
RA 9266: change the estimated cost
RA 9266:Functions, duties and responsibilities of the UAP as the IAPOA: Endorsement of the practice of ____ to be issued temporary/special permit;
compliance with liability insurance
RA 9266:Functions, duties and responsibilities of the UAP as the IAPOA: Recommendation of ____ under a temporary/special permit;
RA 9266: responsible for the site development plan
RA 9266: who determines the time and cost of the project?
Code of Ethics
Standards of Professional Practice
RA 9266:Functions, duties and responsibilities of the UAP as the IAPOA: Monitoring compliance and endorsing to/or filing a complaint with the Board and/or Commission for violation of the RA 9266, this IRR, ____, ____ and other policies of the Board and of the Commission and with other agencies for violation of other relevant laws, regulations and the like.
RA 9266: responsible for shortening the time and lessening the cost of the project
PD 1096: A building subordinate to the main building on the same lot and used for purposes customarily incidental to those of the main building such as servants quarters, garage, pump house, laundry, etc.
RA 9266: primary power of architect over the contractor
PD 1096: A sign that directs attention to a business profession, commodity, service or entertainment conducted, sold or offered at a place other than where the business, profession etc. is located. An off-premise sign.
RA 9266: duties of construction manager
PD 1096: A define are on a land or water intended to be used either wholly or in a parts for the arrival, departure or surface movement of aircraft.
RA 9266: what is UAP responsibility as IAPOA?
PD 1096: A building designed and constructed to house farm implements, hay, grain, poultry, livestock or other horticultural products. This structure shall not be a place of human habitation or a place of employment where agricultural products are processed, treated or
packaged; nor shall it be placed used by the public.
RA 9266: CPD provider
Air Conditioning (AC)
PD 1096: The process of treating air so as to contro; simultaneously its temperature, humidity and maintain cleanliness and distribution to meet at the requirements of the conditioned space.
PD 1096: Any public space or thoroughfare which has been dedicated or deeded to the public or for public use as a passageway with a width of not more than 3 meters.
RA 9266: intellectual property rights
Alter or Alteration
PD 1096: Any change, addition, or modification in construction or occupancy.
community fire brigade
RA 9514: a collective term that is used to a group of firefighters primarily performing fire suppression activities in areas such as. but not limited to community/barangay, company, and other government and non-government
government fire brigade
RA 9514: a group of firefighters rendering firefighting activities in the premises of a public office
PD 1096: A room or suite of two or more rooms, designed and intended for, or occupied by one family for living, sleeping, and cooking purposes.
RA 9514: a person who enters into firefighting service through an organized group recognized by the BFP and undergoes the same discipline as that of BFP firefighters
PD 1096: An identification or on-premise sign of a business location.
PD 1096: A permanent roofed structure above a door attache to and supported by the building and projecting over a wall or sidewalk.
RA 9514: minimum width of egress
RA 9514: fire rating of fire exit doors
PD 1096: The portion of a building between floor and ceiling which is wholly or partly below grade and so located that the vertical distance from grade to the floor below is equal to or greater than the vertical distance from grade to ceiling; with required room temperature for wines and liquors.
PD 1096: Public or private land used for the burial of the dead and other uses dedicated for cemetery purposes.
RA 9514: who prepares FALAR 3
area of refuge
RA 9514: space in another building provided just after a horizontal exit on approximately the same level
PD 1096: The pipe which connects a flue burning appliance to a chimney.
RA 9514: it is a way of passage through or around a wall or partition to an area of refuge on approximately the same level in the same building which affords safety from fire or smoke from the area or escape and areas communicating there with
PD 1096: The lining materials of fire clay or other approved material.
PD 1096: The chimney of solid masonry units bricks, stones, listed hollow unit masonry units, or reinforced concrete.
RA 9514: size of dry stand pipe
RA 9514: width of zebra crossing
PD 1096: A niche in a tomb or columbarium to accommodate an urn containing the ashes of a cremated body.
RA 9514: fire rating of hotel room door
PD 1096: A sepulcher with niches for cinerary remains.
RA 9514: what agency has jurisdiction over the quality of effluent from septic tank
PD 1096: A mechanical device used in refrigeration system for the purpose of increasing the pressure upon the refrigerant.
PD 1096: A vessel or arrangement of pipes or tubing in which vaporized refrigerant is liquified by the removal of the heat.
disallowing buildings near Philippine airports
air transportation office
PD 1096: A hollow or solid concrete masonry unit made from portland cement and suitable aggregates such as sand, gravel, crushed stone, bituminous or anthracite cinders, burned clay, pumice, volcanic scoria, air cooled or expanded blast furnace slags.
PD 1096: The material or units used to form a cap of finish on top of a wall, pier, or pilaster.
federal aviation authority
RA 9514: who manages the sewage water treatment plant?
RA 9266:Functions, duties and responsibilities of the UAP as the IAPOA: Responsibility of preparing a ___ of ___;
PD 1096: The non-ferrous metal, or any metal having an unbroken surface of non-ferrous metal, or steel with not less than 10 percent chromium or with less than 0.20 percent copper.
Corrosion Resistant Material
PD 1096: Materials that are inherently rust-resistant or materials to which an approved rust-resistive coating has been applied either before or after forming or fabrication.
now allowed by the RA 9266 which was not allowed in RA 545
PD 1096: A continuous layer of masonry unit.
co-terminus with the project
RA 9266: validity of a special/temporary permit given to foreign architects
PD 1096: An occupied space between building lines and lot lines other than a yard; free, open, and unobstructed by appendages from the ground upward.
RA 9266: fine for a person illegally practicing architecture
PD 1096: A court bounded on all sides by building lines.
RA 9266: a person illegally practicing architecture shall be sentenced to suffer imprisonment for a period of
PD 1096: A court bounded on three sides by building lines.
RA 9266: architect if suspended of unethical practice..where case be filed
PD 1096: A court bounded on two opposite side by building lines.
RA 9266: if the architect assists the owner in planning promotional services for the project, who shall the owner hire to coordinate the overall activities concerning the project?
PD 1096: A portion of the yard for which the permitted limit of paving/hardscaping shall not exceed 50% of the area of the yard.
RA 9266: usually awarded as subcon
PD 1096: Any designated place duly authorized by law to cremate dead persons.
RA 9266: suspended or stoppage after it has commenced
PD 1096: A set of interlacing regulations concerning the physical utilization of a lot and likewise governing the planning/design of spaces and/or the use or occupancy of a building structure to be introduced on a lot.
RA 9266: building permit shall expire and become null...not commenced
PD 1096: An area which will accommodate a number of persons equal to the total capacity of the stand and building it serves.
NBCP: allowable projection for the signage of a building that is arcaded
PD 1096: Any material, device or structure that is arranged intended, designed or used as an advertisement or directory that includes a sign, sign screen, billboard or advertising device of any kind.
BP 220: who prepares the comprehensive land use plan
PD 1096: Any movable structure, table showcase, cabinet and the like where foods or periodicals are displayed.
PD 1096: The entire area enclosed by the extreme limits or perimeter of a sign.
PD 1096: That portion of a building abutting the sidewalk open to public view protected by grilles, screens or transparent materials for display of goods.
Dwelling Indigenous Family
PD 1096: A dwelling intended for the use and occupancy by the family of the owner only. It is constructed of native materials which does not exceed P 15,000.
PD 1096: One or more habitable rooms which are occupied or which are intended or designated to be occupied by one family with facilities for living, sleeping, cooking, and eating.
PD 1096: A passageway made of sheet metal for conveying air or other gasses at low pressure.
PD 1096: A hoisting mechanism design to materials and other loads such as food, laundry etc. equipped with a car.
PD 1096: A kind of public open space that must be absolutely free of all forms of physical obstruction.
PD 1096: Any sign illuminated by incandescent or fluorescent lamps or luminous tubes as part of the sign proper.
PD 1096: A hoisting and lowering mechanism equipped with a car or platform which moves in guides in vertical direction.
PD 1096: That portion of a floor, balcony or platform for loading or discharging passengers or freight to or from the elevator.
Elevator Wire Ropes
PD 1096: Steel wire ropes attached to the car frame or passing around sheaves attached to the car frame.
PD 1096: A power driven, inclined, continuous stairway for raising or lowering passengers.
Established Grade Elevation
PD 1096: The point of reference on the highest adjoining natural grade as established by the proper government authority.
PD 1096: A continuous and unobstructed means of egress to a public way.
PD 1096: A yard or court providing egress to a public way for one or more required exits.
PD 1096: A means of passage from one building into another building occupied by the same tenant through a separation wall having a minimum fire resistance of one-hour.
PD 1096: An enclosed means of egress connecting a required exit or exit court with a public way.
PD 1096: Any masonry, forming an integral part of a wall used as a finished surface.
PD 1096: The assembly of a fire door, fire window and fire damper including all required hardware, anchorage, frames and sills.
Fire Assembly Self Closing
PD 1096: A fire assembly which may remain in open position and which will close automatically if subjected to increase in temperature and products of combustion other than heat.
PD 1096: A reinforced masonry or reinforced concrete separator with appropriate fire-resistive rating and shall be positioned between dwelling units.
PD 1096: A refractory brick.
PD 1096: A finely ground clay used as a plasticizer for masonry mortars; varies widely in physical properties.
PD 1096: A hearth and fire chamber or similarly prepared place in which a fire may be made and which is built in conjunction with a chimney.
Fire Retardant Treated Wood
PD 1096: Lumber of plywood impregnated with chemicals and when tested in accordance with accepted fire standards for a period of 30 minutes shall have a flame-spread of not over 25 and show no evidence of
PD 1096: The floor of which is at or above the level of the sidewalk or adjoining ground, the remaining storeys being numbered in regular succession upward.
PD 1096: The area included within the surrounding exterior walls of a building or portion thereof, exclusive of vent shafts and courts.
Floor to Floor Height
PD 1096: The vertical measurement between the uppermost surfaces of two successive floors of a proposed building or structure.
PD 1096: The gross expanse of a floor measured from the outermost edges of floor slabs.
PD 1096: That portion of the foundation of a structure which spreads and transmits loads directly to the soil or the pile.
PD 1096: All the portions of the building or structure below the footing, the earth upon which the structure rests.
Freight Loading or Unloading Space
PD 1096: Loading/unloading and ancillary spaces that are located outside the roadway.
PD 1096: The part of the Total Open Space within Lot (TOSL) created by setback along RROW that cannot be used as parking space and a very temporary nature and hard and soft landscaping may be introduced for the front yard.
Front of Lot
PD 1096: The side of lot on which the main pedestrian and vehicular access into the property shall be situated.
PD 1096: A building or portion thereof in which a motor vehicle containing gasoline, distillate, or other volative, flammable liquid in its tank, is stored, repaired, or kept.
PD 1096: A garage where automobiles and other motor vehicle are housed, cared for, equipped, repaired or kept for remuneration, hire, or sale.
Garage Open Parking
PD 1096: A structure of one or more tiers in height which is at least 50 percent open on two or more sides and is used exclusively for the parking or storage of passenger motor vehicles having a capacity of not more than nine persons per vehicle.
PD 1096: A building or portion of a building in which only motor vehicles used by the tenants of the building or buildings on the premises are stored or kept.
PD 1096: A horizontal structural piece which supports in end of the floor beams or joists or walls over opening.
PD 1096: The lowest point of elevation of the finished surface of the ground.
Gross Floor Area
PD 1096: The total floor space within the perimeter of the permanent external building walls inclusive of main and auxiliary building.
PD 1096: The storey at or near the level of the grade.
PD 1096: A sign with its support resting on the ground.
PD 1096: Any room meeting the requirements of this Code for sleeping, living, cooking, or dining purposes, excluding such enclosed spaces as closets, pantries, bath or toilet room, service rooms, connecting corridors, laundries, unfinished attics, storage, space cellars, utility rooms, and similar spaces.
PD 1096: A corridor or passageway used in common by all the occupants within a building.
PD 1096: A hall which includes the stair, stair landings, and those portions of the common halls through which it is necessary to pass in going between the entrance floor and the room.
PD 1096: An area of land or water or a structural surface intended for use, the landing and take off helicopters including refueling and maintenance repairs.
PD 1096: The same as heliport except that no refueling, maintenance repairs, or storage of helicopters is permitted.
PD 1096: An apparatus for raising or lowering a load by use of force, but does not include a car or platform.
PD 1096: An opening through a building for the travel of elevators, dumbwaiters etc.
PD 1096: A building or a part thereof with rooms occupied or intended to be occupied for hire as temporary aboding place of individuals with a general kitchen and public dining room service, but no provision for
cooking in any individual suite or room.
PD 1096: An apartment house which may furnish dining room service and other services for the exclusive use of its tenants.
Impervious Surface Area
PD 1096: The percentage of any allowable floor area of any paved, tiled or hardscaped surface at the ground.
PD 1096: bottom of a sign identifying the company to whom the structure belongs.
PD 1096: The horizontal distance between the outermost building of a structure line of a lower floor that of a higher floor.
PD 1096: When referred to as structural material, means brick, concrete,steel etc. used either singly or in combination as fire resisting material.
PD 1096: A covering of not less than two thickness of roofing felt and a good coat of tar and gravel or tin, corrugated iron or other approved fire-resisting material with standing seam of lap joint.
PD 1096: The beam or girder placed over an opening in a wall, which supports the wall construction above.
PD 1096: The weight of the permanent portions of a building.
PD 1096: That load cased by winds, earthquakes, or other dynamic forces.
PD 1096: The weight of the contents of a building or structure; it includes all loads except dead and lateral.
PD 1096: The total number of persons that may occupy a building or portion thereof at any one time.
PD 1096: A parcel of land on which a principal building and its accessories are placed.
PD 1096: A lot situated at the junction of two or more streets forming an angle.
PD 1096: The front boundary line of a lot bordering on the street.
PD 1096: A lot fronting on one street of public alley and the remaining sides bounded by lot lines.
PD 1096: The line of demarcation between either public and private property.
PD 1096: A lot bounded on all sides by street lines.
PD 1096: A form of construction composed of stone, brick, concrete etc. other similar building units of material or combination of these material laid up unit and
set in mortar.
PD 1096: Masonry of solid units built without hollow spaces.
PD 1096: Brick, block etc. or other similar building unit or combination, made to be bounded together by a cementation agent.
PD 1096: Large, stately tomb to accommodate one or more interments, usually with provisions of an ossuary or cinerarium.
PD 1096: A monument, private mausoleum or tomb for family or individual use.
PD 1096: A cemetery with well kept landscaped lawns and wide roadways provided with systematic supervision and where park-like atmosphere is an outstanding quality.
RA 9266: after passing the sangunian, who implements it
RA 9266: which will you least or not consider in making a comprehensive development plan?
survey the location
RA 9266: you were commissioned to do a masterplan. what should you do first?
full time supervision
RA 9266: who checks the materials and works done
as often as he/she wants
RA 9266: how often does the AoR visit the jobsite
RA 9266: after how many days can a contractor stop work if the architect's approval for the change of work is delayed
NBCP: what is the minimum front setback for r4
Written notice to be given to Architect at least hiw many days prior to beginning, suspending (except in case of accident), or resuming the work.
SPP: What is the fee for physical planning for site development (1st 50 hectares)
SPP: What isbthe fee for physical planning for subdivision planning in rural area (1st 100 hectares)
SPP: Project financing falls under what kind of service of the architect.
Specialized allied services
SPP: Comprehensive planning falls under what service of the architect.
SPP: The fee of the architect for design-build services on a guaranteed maximum cost aside from his fee for regular design services
SPP: What percentage of an architect's work is liability under the civil code.
SPP: For interior design services, the architect shall be paid what percentage of the fee upon submission of the final design.
SPP: When the owner fails to implement the plans and documents for construction as prepared by the architect, the architect is entitled to receive what percentage of his fee.
SPP: The minimum fee per appearance of an architect when rendering service as an expert witness shall be.
SPP: The minimum basic fee for specialized decorative building.
The minimum basic fee for industrial buildings with a project cost below 50 million pesos.
SPP: The minimum basic fee for hospitals with a project cost below 50 million pesos.
SPP: In design-build services, the single-point-responsibility of project delivery puts the legal liability for both the design and construction on the.
SPP: Printed documents stipulating the procedural and administrative aspect of the contract.
Certificate of payment
SPP: A statement from the architect confirming the amount of money due the contractor for work accomplished.
December 1, 2004
RA 9266 TOOK EFFECT
RA 9266: Title, Policy Statement, Definition of Terms and Scope of Practice
Mezzanine or Mezzanine Floor
PD 1096: An partial intermediate floor in any storey or room having an area not more than one-half of the room space.
PD 1096: A tombstone of concrete, marble or other durable stone extending above the surface of the ground.
PD 1096: A type of horizontal passenger-carrying device, with its surface remaining parallel to its direction of motion.
PD 1096: A building which does not conform with the regulations of the district where it is situated.
PD 1096: The use of a building or land or any portion of such building or land which does not conform with the use and regulation of the zone where it is situated.
PD 1096: The purpose for which a building is used or intended to be used.
PD 1096: Any person, company, or corporation owning the property.
PD 1096: A bar which extends across at least one-half the width of each door leaf, which will open the door if subjected to pressure.
PD 1096: An interior subdividing wall.
PD 1096: A portion of the wall which projects on one or both sides and acts as a vertical beam a column or both.
PD 1096: An insolated mass of masonry forming support for arches, columns and similar structural parts.
PD 1096: Plastic materials which have a flame spread rating of 225 or less.
PD 1096: A partially enclosed portion of an assembly room the ceiling of which is not more than 1.50 meters above the proscenium opening and which is designed or used for the presentation of plays.
PD 1096: A sign fastened to or suspended form a building.
PD 1096: Any structurally attached portion of a building that is outside its outermost walls.
PD 1096: Permanent edifices owned by the government.
RA 9266: Architect needs the ff:
RA 9266: ISSUED CAR and PIC
Planning, Consultation, Schematic Design, Preparation, Construction, Programming
RA 9266: Scope of the Practice of Architecture (3P-2C-S)
(Scope of the Practice of Architecture )____, ____designing and _____;
(Scope of the Practice of Architecture )____, consultancy, giving oral or written advice and directions, ___, evaluations, ____, quality ___, ____ and _____, ____and ____ planning, ____ analysis and other pro-design services
(Scope of the Practice of Architecture )____design, ___, ___, and ___ phases including project promotional consultancies;
(Scope of the Practice of Architecture )preparation of ___, ___, economic and ___ feasibility studies of plans, models and project promotional services;
PD 1096: A portion of the seating space of an assembly room, the lowest part of which is raise 1.20 meters or more above the level of the main floor.
Balcony Exterior Exit
PD 1096: A landing or porch projecting from the wall of a building, and which serves as a required means of egress. The long size shall be at least fifty percent open, and the open area above the guardrail shall be so distributed as to prevent the accumulation of smoke or toxic gases.
bill of materials
(Scope of the Practice of Architecture )preparation of ___ plans, ___, ___, cost estimates, ___ conditions and ___ documents;
(Scope of the Practice of Architecture )___ and ___ management, giving general management, ___, supervision, ___ and responsible direction or the planning, architectural designing, construction, reconstruction, erection, ___ or ___, renovation, repair, orderly removal, remodeling, alteration, ___ or restoration of buildings or structures or complex buildings, including all their components, sites and environs, intended for private or public use;
RA 9266: who adopts the land use plan when HLURB already approved it
lay-outing, spaces, housing, community, interiors, detailing, lighting
(Scope of the Practice of Architecture )the planning, architectural ___ and utilization of ___ within and surrounding such buildings or structures, ___ design and ___ architecture, architectural ___ and space planning, architectural ___, architectural ___, acoustics, architectural lay-outing of mechanical, electrical, electronic, sanitary, plumbing, communications and other utility systems, equipment and fixtures;
scientific, aesthetic, complete
(Scope of the Practice of Architecture )all works which relate to the ____, ____ and orderly coordination or all works and branches of the work, systems and processes necessary for the production of a ____ building or structure, whether for public or private use, in order to enhance or safeguard life, health, and property and the promotion and enrichment of the quality of life, the architectural design of engineering structures or any part thereof; and
subjects, computer-aided design
(Scope of the Practice of Architecture )all other works, projects and activities which require the professional competence of an architect, including teaching of architectural ____ and architectural ____;
RA 9266:Violation of the Service Agreement is a basis for a civil liability under ____ of the Civil Code unless he/she attempts and/or succeeds to interfere or contravene the legal and professional functions of the Architect-of-Record: the Consulting Architect
RA 9266:the architectural plan is the representation of a lateral section for a proposed building/structure (running parallel to the ground) and at a height of from____ meters above the finished floor
RA 9266:Consulting Architect assumes no civil liability under____ of the Civil Code unless he/she attempts and/or succeeds to interfere or contravene the legal and professional functions of the____
RA 9266:Contract Documents: There generally include the following documents: (2SGDB)
chairman, 2 members, president of the Philippines, 3, 5, commission, integrated and the accredited professional organization of architects
RA 9266: Board of Examiners composed of a___, ____ appointed by _____from a list of ____ recommendees chosen from a list of ___nominees for each position submitted to the _____ by the _________.
RA 9266:Qualifications of Examiners: In Active Practice ____years
RA 9266:Qualifications of Examiners: Not a faculty member or with pecuniary interest in any architectural school within ___ from nomination.
RA 9266:Qualifications of Examiners: Not an elective officer of the ____
RA 9266:Qualifications of Examiners: Not convicted of any crime involving ____
RA 9266:Qualifications of Examiners: ___citizen
RA 9266:Report of Ratings: Results must be out in __ days
RA 9266:Oaths: Oath-taking _____
stamp, stamp, certificate, registrant, expired, revoked
RA 9266:Seal, Issuance and Use of Seal: unlawful for anyone to ____ or ____ any documents with said seal after the ____ of the ___ named thereon has ____ or has been ____
architectural plans, specifications, prepared, submitted, RA 9266
RA 9266:Seal, Issuance and Use of Seal: any agency shall not accept or approve any ____ or ____ which have not been ____ and ____ in full accord with all the provisions of ____
sign, affix, signature
RA 9266:Seal, Issuance and Use of Seal: unlawful for any architect to ____ his/her name, ____ his/her seal or use any other method of ____ on architectural plans, specifications or other documents made under another architect's supervision
Drawings, specifications, duplicate, make copies, repetition, partly, in whole
RA 9266:Seal, Issuance and Use of Seal: ____ and ____ duly signed, stamped or sealed as instruments of service, are the intellectual properties and documents of the architect, whether the object for which they are made is executed or not. It shall be unlawful for any person, without the consent of the architect or author of said documents, to ____ or to ____ of said documents for use in the ____ of and for other projects or buildings, whether executed ____ or in ____.
architectural documents, registered, licensed
RA 9266:Seal, Issuance and Use of Seal: ____ relative to the construction of a building shall bear the seal and signature only of a ____ and ____ architect.
signed, sealed, prepared, supervised
RA 9266:Suspension or Revocation of the Certificate of Registration: ____ and ____ documents not _____ or ____ by him/her
RA 9266:Suspension or Revocation of the Certificate of Registration: paid extra money to secure ____
falsely impersonated, practitioner,
RA 9266:Suspension or Revocation of the Certificate of Registration: _____ a _____; practiced under fictitious name
practice, unauthorized persons
RA 9266:Suspension or Revocation of the Certificate of Registration: aided in the ____ of ____
solicited projects, rendering services, agreements
RA 9266:Suspension or Revocation of the Certificate of Registration: solicited projects by rendering services without agreements
RA 9266:Practice of Architecture
practice, offer to practice
Prohibited Practice: ____ or ____ architecture in the Philippines without being registered/licensed
holders, temporary, special
Prohibited Practice: not ____ of ____ or ____ permits
Prohibited Practice: ____ or attempting to use as his/her own the registration/license or seal of another or temporary or special permit
false, forged, Board, member
RA 9266:Prohibited Practice: give any ___ or ___ evidence of any kind to the ___ or to any ___ thereof in obtaining a license/registration or temporary or special permit
RA 9266:Prohibited Practice: falsely impersonate any registrant of ___ or ___ name
revoked, suspended, Certificate of Registration, Professional Identification Card, special, temporary
RA 9266:Prohibited Practice: attempt to use a ___ or ___ ___/___ of cancelled ___/___ permit,
use, advertise, title, description
RA 9266:Prohibited Practice: use in connection with his/her name or otherwise assume, ___ or ___ any ___ or ___ tending to convey the impression that he/she is an architect when he/she is not an architect
use, adoption, implementation, plans, designs, specifications
RA 9266:Prohibited Practice: allows the ___, ___, ___ of ___, ___ or ___ made by any person, firm, partnership or company not duly licensed to engage in the practice of architecture.
RA 9266:Prohibited Practice: violate any of the provisions of ___
100,000, 5,000,000, 6 months, 6 years
RA 9266:Penalty: guilty of misdemeanor = fine of P___ to P___, or imprisonment of ____ to ___, or both
200,000, 6 years
RA 9266:Any person or entity, who/which shall entice, compel, coerce, require or otherwise force an architect to undertake/perform any service without first executing a written contract/service agreement, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor = fine of not less than P____ or to suffer imprisonment for a period not exceeding ___, or both.
RLA, 3 years
Government Positions: All existing and proposed positions in the local and national government, primarily requiring the services of an architect shall be filled only by ___ within ___ from effectivity of RA 9266
PD 1096: Any building or portion thereof, which is designed, built, rented, leased, let or hired out to be occupied, or which is occupied as the home or residence of three or more families living independently of each other and doing their own cooking in the building, and shall include flats and apartments.
PD 1096: Any portion of a building above the first floor projecting over the sidewalk beyond the first storey wall used as protection for pedestrians against rain or sun.
PD 1096: Any semi-enclosed or enclosed and usable or habitable building projection constructed in the airspace above the arcade and therefore utilizing the air rights above the RROW, in case the arcade is part of the RROW.
Assembly Building or Hall
PD 1096: A building or a portion of a building used for the gathering together of fifty or more persons for such purposes as deliberation, workshop, entertainment, amusement, or awaiting transportation or of a hundred or more persons in drinking and dining establishments.
PD 1096: Any storey situated wholly or partly in a roof, so designed, arranged, or built as to be used for business, storage, or habitation.
Automatic Fire Suppression System
PD 1096: An engineered system to detect automatically and suppress fire through fixed spring piping and nozzles using dry or wet chemical clean or halogenated extinguishing agents or an automatic sprinkler system.
PD 1096: A movable shelter supported entirely from the exterior wall of a building and of a type which can be retracted, folded, or collapsed against the face of a supporting building.
PD 1096: The surface or assembly to which veneer is attached.
PD 1096: A stationary open hearth or brazier, either fuel-fired or electric, used for floor preparation.
PD 1096: A portion of a building between floor and ceiling which is partly below and partly above grade but so located that the vertical distance from grade to the floor is less than the vertical distance from grade to ceiling.
Bay or Panel
PD 1096: One of the intervals or spaces into which the building front is divided by columns, buttresses, or division walls.
PD 1096: A panel for posting bills or poster.
PD 1096: A house with five or more sleeping rooms where the boarders are provided with lodging, and meals for fixed sum paid by the month, or week, in accordance with previous arrangement.
PD 1096: A closed vessel intended for use in heating or for application of heat to generate steam or other vapor.
PD 1096: The remaining space in a lot after deducting the required minimum open spaces.
PD 1096: A three-dimensional physical development erected within a lot or property or any combination of or any of all its three different levels.
PD 1096: The vertical distance from the established grade elevation to the highest point of the roof.
PD 1096: From 1-5 storeys in height, 3-14 meters above established grade.
PD 1096: From 6-15 storey in height, 18-45 meters above the established grade.
PD 1096: From 16 storeys or taller in height, 48 meters above established grade.
PD 1096: Its general lineal dimensions usually measured in the direction of the bearing wall for girders.
PD 1096: The line formed by the intersection of the outer space of the enclosing wall of the building and the surface of the ground.
PD 1096: Its shortest linear dimensions usually measured in the direction of the floor, beams, or joints.
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