Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: lation with more than twenty (20) outlets or capacity of more than a 4 Kw, of any voltage, application shall be accompanied by electrical plans and specifications signed and sealed by a duly licensed Professional Electrical Engineer, containing the following: 1. General electrical layout with legends 2. Single line diagram 3. Riser diagram 4. Schedule of loads 5. Design analysis 6. Estimate of Cost (for statistical purposes only) b) For addition and/or alteration of existing installation involving more than 20 outlets or more than 4 KW of any voltage applications shall be accompanied by electrical plans and specifications signed and sealed by a duly licensed Professional Electrical Engineer containing the following: 1. Design analysis of original service entrance equipment, main/feeder branch together with the additional installation. 2. Riser diagram or original and additional installation. 3. Schedule of load of new installation. 4. General electrical layout with legends 5. Estimated cost of new installation and cost of modification (for statistical purposes only). c) For new, additional or altered electrical installation not exceeding twenty (20) outlets or a capacity of a 4 KW up to 600 volts, application shall be accompanied by a bill of materials and a sketch signed by at least a duly licensed Master Electrician containing the following: 1. Single line diagram of electrical installations 2. General electrical layout, with legends 3. Bill of materials 4. Estimate of Cost (for statistical purposes only) 3.3 Logbook and standard drawing sheets. 3.4 Whenever necessary , written certifications/clearances shall be obtained from the various government authorities exercising regulatory functions affecting buildings and other related structures, such as the Human Settlements Regulatory Commission (HSRC), for zoning and land use. National Housing Authority (NHA), for subdivisions and residential condominiums: National Pollution Control Commission (NPCC), for pollution abatement and control measures. Ministry of Tourism (MOT), for tourism oriented projects; Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA), for height clearance for constructions near airports; Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), for constructions in port zones, etc. RULE II – PROCESSING OF APPLICATIONS FOR BUILDING PERMITS AND CERTIFICATES OF OCCUPANCY Pursuant to Sections 303 to 306, and 309 of the National Building Code (PD 1096) the following procedures shall be followed in the processing of applications for and issuance of Building Permits and Certificates of Occupancy. 1. Building Permits 1.1 Verification of Land Use and Zoning Compatibility: The Building Official shall first verify conformity of the proposed building/s or structure/s with the land use plan and zoning regulations of the city/municipality. In the absence of an official Land Use Plan or Zoning Regulations the Interim Guidelines provided in Section _________ of this Rule shall be followed. 1.2 Filing of Application: 1.2.1 When...
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