Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: may be, and specifications on the prescribed standard form (see MPW Form No. 77-004-B), according to the following: 2.1.2.1 Land Use a. Conformity with approved Land Use Plan and Zoning Ordinance. 2.1.2.2 Architectural a. Types of Construction (Chapter 4 of the N.B.C.) b. Requirements of fire zones (Chapter 5 of the N.B.C.) c. Light and ventilation (Chapter 8 of the N.B.C.; Rule XVI, NBC Memorandum Order 77.5) d. Building projection over public streets (Chapter 10 of the N.B.C.) e. General design and construction requirements (Chapter 12 of the N.B.C.) f. Classification and general requirements by use of occupancy (Chapter 7 of the N.B.C.) g. Signs (Chapter 20 of the N.B.C., Rule V of the Implementing Rules and Regulations) 2.1.2.3 Geodetic Engineering a. Compliance with established line and grade. 2.1.2.4 Structural and Civil Engineering a. Structural design (National Structural Code for Buildings). b. Fire-resistive requirements in construction (Chapter 6 of the N.B.C.) c. Excavation, foundation and retaining walls (Section 1202 of the N.B.C.) d. Pre-fabricated construction (Chapter 15 of the N.B.C. ) 2.1.2.5 Sanitary Engineering and Plumbing a. Sanitation (Chapter 9 of the N.B.C.) 2.1.2.6 Electrical Engineering a. Electrical regulations (Chapter 13 of the N.B.C.; Rule IX, NBC Memorandum Order 77-4) 2.1.2.7 Mechanical Engineering a. Fire-extinguishing system (Section 1212, Chapter 12 of the N.V.C.) 2.1.3 Pursuant to the Memorandum of Agreement signed on August 1, 1978 between the MOND and the MPW, the Building Official shall notify the Chief of the Local Fire Service to conduct his final inspection and require him to submit his Fire Safety Inspection Certificate within five (5) working days from receipt of notification. In case of non-issuance, suspension or revocation of said Certificate by the CLFS, he shall so state in writing the reasons or grounds therefor. NOTE: a. Said certificate shall be issued by the Chief of the Local Fire Service (CLFS) not later than five (5) working days from referral. If, after the prescribed period, no action is taken by the CLFS, the Building Official may issue the Certificate of the Occupancy with the condition that the fire safety requirements shall be complied with the prescribed period set forth in the Fire Code of the Philippines. b. In case of Industrial building/s structures a certificate from the National Pollution Control (NPCC) shall also be required. 2.1.4 Building Official’s technical staff prepares assessment of fees. 2.1.5 Building Official reviews technical evaluation and assessment of fees and orders payment for the full amount of fees. 2.1.6 Building Official issues the Certificate of Occupancy in the form prescribed therefor (MPW Form 77006-B) 2.1.6.1 A partial Certificate of Occupancy may be issued for the use or occupancy of a portion or portions of a building or structures prior to the completion of the entire building or structures. 2.1.6.2 Pursuant to Section 702 and 703 of the National Building...
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