Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: esidential condominiums owned by occupants, army barracks, etc. Commercial – Single detached dwellings and duplexes for lease, boarding houses, apartments, accesorias, hotels and inns, “off-campus” dormitories, transportation and terminals and stations, night clubs and dance halls, restaurants, markets and shopping centers, theaters, sports stadia, grandstands, gasoline, service stations, parking garages, funeral parlors, etc. Industrial – Factories, plants, mills, arsenals, breweries, processing plants,gas generating plants, shipyards, aircraft hangars, slipways, drydocks and piers, lumber mills, warehouse, storage tanks, grain and cement silos, etc. Institutional – Educational institutions, libraries, museums, clubhouses, hospitals, sanitaria, asylums, homes for the aged, jails, police and fire stations, places of worship, etc. Recreational – Cinemas, billiard halls, disco pads, amusement houses, etc. Agricultural – Barns, poultry houses, hatcheries, piggeries, stables, greenhouses, granaries, etc. Ancillary – Garages, carports, tanks, towers, smokestacks and chimneys, vaults, swimming pools, pelota courts, aviaries, aquariums, zoo structures, fire walls and fences over 1.80 meters in height, etc. Temporary – Field offices, laborers’ quarters, canopies and railings, protective fencing, etc. Others – Cemetery structures such as mausoleums, tombs, multilevel niches, etc. 1.5 Demolition Permit 1.6 Moving Permit 1.7 Sanitary/Plumbing Permit, for the installation, alteration or repair of sanitary, plumbing, water supply and drainage systems. 1.8 Electrical Permit, for the installation, alteration or repair of any electrical system. 1.9 Temporary Service Connection Permit 1.10 Pole/Attachment Location Plan Permit 1.11 Mechanical Permit, for the installation, alteration or repair of elevators, lifts Escalators, dumbwaiters, conveyors, boilers, pumps, fans and blowers, pressure vessels, furnaces, steam or pneumatically activated machinery or heat producing apparatus, air conditioning or refregerating equipment or plant, including piping or duct work and appurtenances thereto, gas and fuel supply systems, etc. 1.12 Fencing permit, for construction of fences up to 1.80 meters in height and made of materials other than those mentioned in Section 14.1 of this Rule. 1.13 Sidewalk Construction Permit 1.14 Temporary Sidewalk Enclosure and Occupancy Permit 1.15 Scaffolding Permit, for the erection of scaffoldings on public areas. 1.16 Certificate of Use or Occupancy, for full or partial, permanent or temporary use or occupancy and any change of use or occupancy. 1.17 Annual inspection of buildings/structures and their sanitary/plumbing, electriacal and mechanical installations, machinery and equipment. 1.18 Sign Permit, for the erection, installation, repair, alteration or removal of signs, as enumerated in Rule V. 1.19 Communications/Electronics Permit 1. Assestment of building permit fees shall be based on the following: 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2....
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