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d. Professional Electrical Engineer, in case of electrical documents; e. Professional Mechanical Engineer, in case of mechanical documents; f. Sanitary Engineer, in case of sanitary documents; g. Master Plumber, in case of plumbing documents; h. Electronics Engineer, in case of electronics documents. 4. Architectural Documents a. Architectural Plans/Drawings i. Vicinity Map/Location Plan within a 2.00 kilometer radius for commercial, industrial, and institutional complex and within a half-kilometer radius for residential buildings, at any convenient scale showing prominent landmarks or major thoroughfares for easy reference. ii. Site Development Plan showing technical description, boundaries, orientation and position of proposed building/structure in relation to the lot, existing or proposed access road and driveways and existing public utilities/services. Existing buildings within and adjoining the lot shall be hatched and distances between the proposed and existing buildings shall be indicated. iii. Perspective drawn at a convenient scale and taken from a vantage point (bird’s eye view or eye level). iv. Floor Plans drawn to scale of not less than 1:100 showing: gridlines, complete identification of rooms or functional spaces . v. Elevations , at least four (4), same scale as floor plans showing: gridlines; natural ground to finish grade elevations; floor to floor heights; door and window marks, type of material and exterior finishes; adjoining existing structure/s, if any, shown in single hatched lines.
________________________________________________________________________________________ The 2004 Revised IRR of P.D. No. 1096 (as published by the DPWH on 01, 08 & 15 April 2005 ) page 43 of 255 vi. Sections , at least two (2), showing: gridlines; natural ground and finish levels; outline of cut and visible structural parts; doors and windows properly labeled reflecting the direction of opening; partitions; built-in cabinets, etc.; identification of rooms and functional spaces cut by section lines. vii. Reflected ceiling plan showing: design, location, finishes and specifications of materials, lighting fixtures, diffusers, decorations, air conditioning exhaust and return grills, sprinkler nozzles, if any, at scale of at least 1:100. STANDARD FORM (Type A0, A1, A2 and A3) FOR BUILDING PLANS / CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS Figure III.1. Anotation: The box for the architectural section should be accomplished only by a duly registered and licensed architect (RLA) who is the only entity authorized by law ( R.A. No. 9266 and its IRR ) to review architectural plans, designs, drawings, specifications, estimates and the like.
________________________________________________________________________________________ The 2004 Revised IRR of P.D. No. 1096 (as published by the DPWH on 01, 08 & 15 April 2005 ) page 43 of 255 MODEL TITLE BLOCK FOR BUILDING PLANS/CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS Figure III.2. Anotation: The box for the signature and dry seal of an architect shall be filled only by a duly registered and licensed architect ( RLA ) who is the only entity authorized by law ( R.A. No. 9266 and its IRR ) to prepare, sign and dry-seal architectural plans, designs, drawings, specifications, estimates and the like. The signature of the RLA as Architect-of-record ( Aor ) signifies the RLA ’s assumption of

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