Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: height, if in his judgement such is necessary. However, as a rule, test borings or plate load tests shall be required for buildings or a structures of four (4) stories and higher. c) Seismic Analysis Pursuant to Section 2.01 (Earthquake Forces) of the National Structural Code for Buildings, every building or structure and every portion thereof, except Category I of Group A Occupancies which are less than 7.5 meters in height, shall be designed and constructed to resist stresses produced by lateral forces. 3.2.1.2 a) Sanitary/Plumbing: For new sanitary installation with more than twenty (20) units of plumbing installations, water supply, storm drainage, water purification and sewage treatment plant, applications shall be accompanied by sanitary plans and specifications signed and sealed by a duly licensed Sanitary Engineer containing the following: 1. Sanitary plan, lay-outs and details. 2. Isometric drawings of roughing-ins of sanitary drainage, ventilation lines, hot and/or cold distribution /supplies to plumbing fixtures and equipment. 3. Detail drawings of Imhoff tanks/septic tanks in the absence of disposal to the street sanitary sewer, sewage treatment plant. 4. Riser diagram of drainage including details of miscellaneous appurtenances such as manholes, junction boxes, catch basins, water/sewer/storm drainage connections. 5. Design analysis, technical specifications. 6. Estimate of cost (for statistical purposes only). 7. Detail drawings of deep well water source and water treatment device in the absence of municipal water system. b) For additional and/or alteration of existing sanitary installation involving more than twenty (20) units of plumbing installations, water supply, storm drainage, water purification and sewage treatment plant, application shall be accompanied by sanitary plans and specifications signed and sealed by a duly licensed Sanitary Engineer, containing the following: 1. Design and analysis and plans of the original installation. 2. Plans and detail drawings of additional installation. 3. Estimated cost of additional/altered installation (for statistical purposes only). c) For new sanitary installation with more than twenty (20) units of plumbing installations and water supply, the Engineering Documents signed and sealed by a duly licensed Master Plumber who has been issued a Certificate of Recognition as a Designer by the Board of Master Plumbers include the following: 1. Sanitary plan, layouts and details. 2. Isometric drawings of roughing-ins of ventilation lines, hot and/or cold distribution/supplies to plumbing fixtures and equipment. 3. Design analysis, technical specifications. 4. Estimate of cost (for statistical purposes only). d) For additional and/or alteration of existing sanitary installation involving more than twenty (20) units of plumbing installations and water supply, the Engineering Documents signed and sealed by a duly licensed Master Plumber, who has been issued a Certificate of Recognition as a Designer by...
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