Building Code of the Philippines(1)

303 to 306 and 309 of the national building code pd

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Unformatted text preview: satisfied that all documents, plans and specifications accompanying an application are in order, the Building Official gives due course to the application. 1.2.2 Upon receipt of a application the Building Official refers one (1) set of plans and specifications to the Chief of the Local Fire Service (CLFS) for his evaluation, review and/or recommendation with respect to fire safety and control requirements. The CLFS is given five days to act and submit his report to the Building Official. (Memorandum of Agreement between the Ministry of National Defense (MOND) and the Ministry of Public Works, (MPW). 1.3 Line and Grade Verification 1.3.1 Building official establishes and/or verifies lot as reflected in the torrens title or TCT and its relation to the proposed building/s. 1.3.2 Building official establishes setbacks and determines grades in relation to road lots, property lines, street or highways whether existing or proposed, as reflected in the landuse, zoning or development plan of the city/municipality including road widening and construction of various public utilities and other infrastructure projects. 1.4 Processing of Applications:* Corresponding technical staff evaluates building documents as to technical requirement for: 1.4.1 Architectural 1.4.1.1 Types of construction (Chapter 4 of the N.B.C.) 1.4.1.2 Requirements of Fire Zones (Chapter 5 of the N.B.C.). 1.4.1.3 Light and ventilation (Chapter 8 of the N.B.C.; Rule XVI, NBC Memorandum Order 77.5). 1.4.1.4 Building projections over public streets (Chapter 10 of the N.B.C.) 1.4.1.5 General design and construction requirements (Chapter 12 of the N.B.C.) 1.4.1.6 Classification and general requirements by use or occupancy (Chapter 7 of the N.B.C.) 1.4.1.7 Signs (Chapter 20 of the N.B.C.; Rule V of the implementing Rules and Regulations) 1.4.2 Structural 1.4.2.1 Structural design requirements (National Structural Code for Buildings). 1.4.2.2 Fire resistive requirements in construction (Chapter 6 of the N.B.C.). 1.4.2.3 Excavations, foundations and retaining walls (Section 1202, Chapter 12 of the N.B.C.). 1.4.2.4 The use of computers (Chapter 19 of the N.B.C.). 1.4.2.5 Pre-fabricated construction (Chapter 15 of the N.B.C.). 1.4.3 Sanitary/Plumbing 1.4.3.1 Sanitation (Chapter 9 of the N.B.C.) 1.4.4 Electrical 1.4.4.1 Electrical regulations (Chapter 13 of the N.B.C.; Rule IX, NBC Memorandum Order 77-4) 1.4.5 Mechanical 1.4.5.1 Mechanical regulations (Chapter 13 of the N.B.C.; Rule X, NBC Memorandum Order 77-4) 1.4.6 Fire Safety Control 1.4.6.1 Fire extinguishing systems (Section 1212, Chapter 12 of the NBC.) *See flow charts 1.5 Final Evaluation: 1.5.1 Building Official’s technical staff prepares assessment of corresponding fees, including the 0.1% Fire Fund Fee (in accordance with the Memorandum of Agreement between the MOND and the MPW, dated August 1, 1978.) 1.5.2 Building Official reviews technical evaluation and assessment of fees, including the Fire Fund Fee. 1.6 Issuance of Building Permit...
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