Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: scribed form. 3.1 Together with the accomplished application form the following shall be submitted to the Office of the Building Official: a) In case the applicant is the registered owner of the lot: 1. Certified true copy of TCT, 2. Tax Declaration, and 3. Current Real Property Tax Receipt. b) In case the applicant is the registered owner of the lot: 1. Duly notarized copy of the Contract of Lease, or 2. Duly notarized copy of the Deed of Absolute Sale, or 3. Duly notarized copy of the Contract of Sale. 3.2 Five (5) sets of plans and specifications prepared, signed and sealed a) by a duly licensed architect or civil engineer, in case of architectural and structural plans; b) by a duly licensed sanitary engineer or master plumber, in case of plumbing or sanitary installation plans; c) by a duly licensed professional electrical engineer, in case of electrical plans; d) by a duly licensed professional mechanical engineer, in case of mechanical plans. NOTE: Plans and specifications shall not be required for a) traditional indigenous family dwellings which are intended for the use and occupancy of the family of the owner only and constructed of native materials such as bamboo, nipa, logs or lumber, the total cost of which does not exceed fifteen thousand pesos (P15,000.00). b) single detached dwellings up to 20 sq.m. in floor area. For any of the above, a simple sketch with dimensions, accompanied by a site location and vicinity map, will suffice. 3.2.1 Architectural Documents: a) Location of a plan within a two-kilometer radius for commercial, industrial and institutional complex, and within a half-kilometer radius for residential buildings, at any convenient scale. b) Site development and/or location plan at scale of 1:200 M standard or any convenient scale for large-scale development showing position of building in relation to lot. Existing buildings within and adjoining the lot shall be hatched, and distances between the proposed and existing buildings shall be indicated. c) Floor plans at scale of not less than 1:100 M. d) Elevation (at least four) at scale of not less than 1:100 M. e) Sections (at least two) at scale of 1:100 M. f) Foundation Plan at scale of not less than 1:100 M. g) Floor-framing plan at scale of not less than 1:100 M. h) Roof-framing plan at scale of not less than 1:100 M. i) Details of footing/column at any convenient scale. j) Details of structural members at any convenient scale. 3.2.1 Engineering Documents: 3.2.1.1 Structural a) Design analysis shall be required for all buildings or structures except for the following: 1. Traditional indigenous family dwellings as defined in Section 209 of the NBC. 2. Single detached residential buildings with a total floor area up to 20.00 sq.m. b) Boring and Plate Load Tests Pursuant to Section 7.03 (Soil Classification) of the National Structural Code for Buildings, it is the responsibility of the designer to order adequate soil exploration (including test borings for any building or structure of any...
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