Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: floor area with a minimum of 1 truck loading slot. 4.2 Hotels and hospitals - 1 truck loading slot GUIDELINES IN THE DESING OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS/STRUCTURES Pursuant to Section 203 of the National Building Code (PD 1096) the following guidelines shall be observed in the design of public buildings/structures: 1. Public buildings/structures are permanent buildings/structures owned by the government, whether national or local, its agencies, including government-owned and/or controlled corporations. 2. Design of public buildings/structures aside from being logically functional and structurally sound, should promote, enhance and express the aesthetic quality, customs and traditions, socioeconomic values and cultural heritage of the region towards evolving a distinct Filipino architecture. 2.1 The architectural character of public buildings/structures should express the nature of their function, use or occupancy and should reflect their identity as public buildings/structures compatible with their total environment. 2.2 Public buildings/structures should be designed for permanence. 2.3 Use of indigenous and/or locally manufactured/produced materials, such as marble, stone, adobe, clay tiles, wood, coco wood, kapis shells should be maximized. 2.4 Use of natural light and ventilation by means of proper orientation, cross ventilation, convection, sun control devices and the like should be maximized. 2.5 Choice of finishes should aim to minimize maintenance costs. 2.6 Decorative motifs and ornaments should evolve from native, ethnic or regional arts and be an inherent expression of the whole design. These guidelines are not intended to limit the creativity of the designer nor preclude the use of advanced or innovative technology. Excerpt from National Structural Code for Buildings CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS Section 1.01: Definitions (a) The following definitions give the meaning of certain terms as used in this Chapter: DEAD LOAD: The dead load of a building shall include the weight of the walls, permanent partitions, framing floors, roofs and all ohter permanent stationary construction entering into and becoming a part a building. LIVE LOAD: the live load includes all loads except dead and lateral loads. LATERAL LOAD: The lateral load includes all horizontal loads due to seismic, wind forces and other loads in the same direction. Section 1.02 Loads (a) General. Buildings and all parts thereof shall be of sufficient stength to support the estimated or actual imposed dead and live loads in addition to their own proper dead load, without exceeding the stresses noted elsewhere in this Code, provided that no building or part thereof shall be designed for live loads less than those specified in this Chapter. Impact shall be considered in the design of any structure where impact loads occur. (b) Special. Provisions shall be made in designing office floors for a load of 900 kilograms (2000 pounds) placed upon any space 75 centimeters (two and one-half fee...
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