Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: Type of Occupancy or Use of Building Cost of Construction* Floor Area Hieght * Cost of construction is the cost per square meter of floor area of building, based on group classification, as shown in Section 4 of this Rule. For the purpose of fixing the amount of fees based on the use or occupancy of the building/structure, the group occupancy classification of buildings enumerated in Section 401 of the National Building Code (PD 1096) shall be the term of reference: Occupancy groups are classified into five categories, namely: 3.1 CATEGORY I - Residential – This shall comprise Group A and partly Group buildings. 3.2 CATEGORY II - Commercial and Industrial – This shall comprise Groups B, C, E, F, G, H and I buildings. 3.3 CATEGORY III - Social, Educational and Institutional – This shall comprise partly Groups C, D, E and H buildings. 3.4 CATEGORY IV - Agricultural – This shall copmprise Partly J buildings. 3.5 CATEGORY V - Ancillary – This shall comprise partly Group J buildings. CLASIFICATION CATEGORY GROUP USE OR OCCUPANCY Residential I Residential Buildings for The exclusive Use of the Owners or Non-leasing Occupants. II Commercial A a. Indigenous family dwelling units. b. Single detached dwelling units. c. Duplexes, d. School or company staff housing units. e. Church rectories. ____ A a. Multiple dwelling units or high rise residential condominiums or tenement houses which are directly owned by / sold to the occupants. b. School and camp dormitories (on campus). c. Convents and monasteries. d. Army barracks. __________________________________________________________________ B a. Leased out single detached dwelling units, cottages with more than one independent sleeping units and duplexes. b. Boarding or lodging houses. c. Accesorias, tenement houses and row houses. d. Massage and sauna parlors. e. Hotels, motels, inns, pension houses. f. Private or “off campus” dormitories. _____________________________________________________________________ C a. Amusement halls and parlors. b. Billiard halls, pool rooms, bowling alleys. c. Health studios, reducing saloons. d. Massage and sauna parlors. e. Dancing schools, disco pads, dance halls. f. Gymnasia and pelota courts. _____________________________________________________________________ E-1 a. Gasoline filling and service stations. b. Commercial garages and parking buildings, display garages for cars, tractors, etc. c. Boat storage structures where no work is done except exchange of parts and maintenance requiring no open flame, welding or the use of highly flammable liquids. d. Bus depots and terminals. e. Train stations and terminals. f. Transportation offices. g. Carbarns for street cars and buses. h. Port and harbor facilities, landings, pier sheds, ferry landing stations. i. Airport terminal buildings, heliports. j. Piers and wharves. _____________________________________________________________________ E-2 a. General wholesale and retail stores. b. Shopping centers and supermarkets. c. local wet and dry markets. d. Restaur...
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