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TERMS OF REFERENCE

Consulting Services for the Architectural and Detailed Engineering Design for the Constuction of
Academic Building I of Philippine Science High School MIMAROPA Region Campus (ocate'd
in Barungay Rizal, Odiongan, Romblon)

I. BACKGROUNI)

The PSHS System will


be'constructing its 15rh Campus in Barangay Rizal,
Odiongan, Romblon; starting with the construction ofthe Academic Building I. The
budget per rmder FY 2016 General Appropriations Act (R.A. 10717) Yoi the
construction ofthe proposed Academic Building I is PHP 39,100,000.00.

The Approved Budget for the Contract ofthe abovementioned consulting services .
project is NIN[, HITNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (PHP 950,000.00).

With this, the PSHS System intends to engage the technical and professional
expertise ofa local consultant fmrcompany to undertake the following general A
& E work:

I . I . Prepare and
Submit Design Standards in accordance with appropriate standards
and accepted detailed engineering practice of PSHS and the Department of
Public Works and Highways (DPWH), ;ree annex A for PSHS Building
Standards and Specifications. Design standards for sttctures shall take into
account, among other things, the seismicity of the area to determi[e the
optimum safety ofshrlctures in the event ofan earthquake.

ln the event of an earthquake, the structures should withstand Magftude 9. - -


1.2. Prepare and Submit Field Surveys and Investigation Repofls which include,
but not necessadly limited to the following activities: hydrographic,
topographic, hydrologic; sub-surface, and other related field surveys. These
fidtd investigations shall be carried out in accordance with the design
guidelines, criteda and standards adopted by the PSHS System and the DPWH.
A11 survey and investigation works shall be prepared in a manner satisfactory
to carry out accuate design and prcduction ofplans that will pemit quantity
estimates to be made within plus or minus ten percent (10%) of the final
quantities of the completed structure.

1.3 Prepare a scaled model ofthe development.

The objective of hiring an A & E Design Consultant is to tap its expertise in


developing the architectwal and detailed engineering design for the proposed

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development project, which will be used as basis for preparing the Scope
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Work, an<lthi Tichnical Specifications ofthe construction project'

The plan for the Academic Building I shall not exceed- th:-f1-91* c)f th"
Construction ofthe Academic Buitding I, which is PHP 37,430'000 00

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PSHS envisions a building that is safe, conducive to leaming' state-o1'-the
yet economical, energy saving and environment liiendly'

II. SCOPE OF WORK & SI'RVrcES

2.l.Submir a desirable A & t Desigl plan for the proposed contnuclion-/


derelopment project thal is compliant uith the minimum building and
design specifications ofPSI{S (Annex A)'

2.2. Prepare a compleLe set ol archilectural drawing consistlng ol the follou


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sketches and charts:
2.2.1. Foundation Plan - showing the layout and dimensions of
slab-on-grade, basement or crawlspace walls of the site,
plan which indicates how the underpinning structue of
' tt building is supported by the Earth below it'
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2.2.2. Ftamittg plan depicting the frame and stuctues of
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walls, joists, husses and beams which would reveal the
structual stength and capacity ofthe building'
2.2.3. Roof Plan presenting the top view of the entirc roof
system, including the ddges, hips, valleys, rakes, and
eaves, including the location of the gutters and
downspouts.
2.2.4. Mechanical Pla. Indicating the location of building
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equipments or stationary machines, plumbing and
appropriate Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
(HVAC) ducts, duly signed by appropriate licensed
. Prol'essionals.
2.2.5. Electdcal Plan -
Showiflg the general and specialized
electrical requirements of the building (e g general
pur?ose receptacles' specialized office equipments,
iomputer lines, etc.), Iighting systems, and electrical
distribution systems, including their corresponding
electdcal loads.
2.2.6. Elevation - Showing the front, side, and rear exteriors of
the building, providing a flat straight-on-view of the
siding, windows, doors and the entire exterior of the
building from the ground floor to the roofddge'
2.2.7. Cross-sections Showing all the hidden details of the
building through a cross section (imaginary line) through I
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the middle of the stluctule so that the interior of the


walls, floors, ceilings and roofcan be examined.
2.2.8. Construction Plan and Building Design Showing the
detailed constuction plan ofthe Academic Building l, as
well as the loc.ation and general design of each building.
2.2.9. Other Details - Higllighting specific areas o1'
construction such as: foundatio[ connections, door
assemblies, and window installations, which require
greater details.

2.3. Conduct a preliminlry engineering study that establishes the technical


feasibility of the construction project and conformance to land use and
zoning guidelines prescribed by existing laws. \
2.4. Conduct a Site Analysis and Investigation on the entire Lot that shall
include the following:
2.4.1. Relocation Survey
2.4.2. Site Investigation
2.4.3. Soils and Foundation Investigation
2.4.4. Constuction Materials lnvestigation
2.4.5. Preparation of Environmental Impact Assessment for
' Critical Projects as Defined by the Deparbnent of
Environment alld Natural Resources (DENR)

2.5. Conduct a schedule of detailed engineering activities for the construction


ofthe Academic Building I that shall include the following:

2.5.1. Preparation of Building Plan, Design, and Stuctual


Analysis
2.5.2. Preparation ofTechnical Specificatio[s - -
2.5.3. Pr-epamtion of Quantity and Costs Estimates
2.5.4. Preparation of Program of Work
2.5.5. Preparation of Proposed Construction Schedule and
Estimated Cash Flow
' 2.5.6. Preparation ofutility Relocation Plan
2.5.7. Preparation and Submission of Design Report, if
applicable

2.6. Prepare and submit a Scaled Model ofDevelopment.


2.7. The CONSULTANT shall submit to the Head ofProcuring Entily (HOPE),
within ten (10) working days from receipt ofthe Notice to Proceed (NTP),
the detailed approach, work plan and schedule under sections 2.1 to 2.6.

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TI. BASIC INFORMATION ON PROPOSED PROJECT

3.1. Location : Barangay fuzal, Odiongan, Romblon


3.2 Tlpe of Project: Consulting Services for the Architectual and Detailed
Engineering Design for the Construction of Academic
Building I

IV. DURATION OF CONTRACT (45 calendar days, excluding project supervision)

4.1. Component I Field'Study and Investigation


4.1.1. Schedule of detailed engireering activities
Within fifteen (15) calendar days ftom receipt oflNotice
to Prcceed. Refer to seclio 2.l

4.2. Component ll - Architectural and Detailed Engineering Design .


4.2.1 . Design Phase/ Schematic Design Phase
Within thirty (30) calendar days Aom the completion of
the approved Field Study and lnvestigation Reports.
Refet to sectiotls 2.2, 2.3, 2.5 and 2.6 ofthis docuuent.

4.3. Component III Project Supervision


4.3.1. Project Supervision Phase
Periodic supervision for the duation ofthe ploject
construction phase but not more than Seven Hundred
Thirty (730) calendar days from the receipt ofthe Notice
to Proceed Q.{TP).

V. CONSULTANCYSERVICNREQUIREMENTS

5 . I. A local consultancy .firm/ company with expe ence in Architectue and


' Detailed Enginee ng design with the following profile:
5.1.1. A corporate or paftlership entity duly registered with the
Philippines' Securities and Exchange Commission, and
' wherc the majodty shareholder is a Filipino;
5.1 .2. Must be operational for at least five (5) yeaN;
5.1.3. Must have at least five (5) yearc ofconsulting experience
inA&Edesign.
5.1.4. Must have previously handled/ managed at least three (3)
A & E design with at least one (l) project whose total
construction cost is woth at least Thifiy-nine Million
and One Hrmdred Thousand Pesos (P39,100,000,000). )
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\.I. MANPOWER AND QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS


project' must be
6.1. The CONSULTANT, as a minimum requiremenl of the
able to provide the following manpower:

QUALIFICATIONS

Principal Architect - Licensed Architect


- At least thee (3) Years
ience inA & EDesi
Structual Engineer - At least three (3) YeaIS
experience in Conlhuction
Sr-rpervision and
Management Services
- Licensed stuctural
engrneer/ clvll englneer
- At least three (3) Years
exoerience in A& EDesi
Professional Ii*.."d Professional
Electrical Engineer
Electdcat Engineer
- At least three (3) Yeam
experience in A&E Design
Sanitary Engineer Licensed Professional
Sanitary Engineer
- At least three (3) Years

proper and
6.2. The CONSULTANT mav provide additional personnel for the
timely completion ofthe ploject, but at no additional cost to PSHS'

'5.3.The CoNSULTANT must provide the Professional Regulation


Commission (PRC) License and Professional Ta'\ Receipt (PTR) of
staffior this project (refer to section 6 1'), as well as any relevant
assigned
proJf of .kil!., qualiiications, work experience and professional
that shall establish the qualifications of the staff for the
job'
certifications

6-4. Thereshall be no replacement of identified Architect and/ or Shuctural


Engineer assigned in the project until after fifty percenl (50%) of the
pe.ionnel mai-months have been seNed, except for justifiable reasods'
iny replacemenl shall be approved by the Head of the Procudng Entity
(HOPE).

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VII. RESPONSIBILITIES OF PSHS

The BAC shall:

7.1. Receive/reviedevaluate/recommend approval ofthe detailed architectual


drawings and sketches mentioned in Section 2.2 witbin live (5) calendar
days ftom receipt thereof:
7.2. Receive/revie evaluate/recommend approval of documents pefiaining to
the engineering and lechnical studies conducted as mentioned in Section
2.3 within five (5) calendar days from receipt thereofi
7.3. Receive/review/evaluatehecommend approval of documents pefi4 ng to
the site analysis and investigation activities conducted as mentioned in
Section 2.4. within five (5) calendar days ftom receipt thereof;
7.4. Receive the detailed engineering activities/work plan and schedule for the
Academic Building I as mentioDed in Section 2.5.
7.5. Receive/reviewevaluate/recommend approval ofthe Master Plan and the
Scaled Model ofDevelopment as mentioned in Section 2 6 within five (5)
calendar days from receipt thereof;
7.6.Give prompt notice to the CONSULIANT, if there is any defect,
'modihcation or changes in the project scope;
7.7. Notiry the CONSULTANT ofits designated contracts;
7.8. Provide the CONSULTANT access to PSHS facilities subject to approval
by the Head of Procuring Entity (HOPE) to enable the CONTRACToR to
pefo1m their assigned tasks.
7.9. Provide the consultant with specilic information and description about the
location, palticularly its boundaries and limits.

Ihc HOPt
'7.10. 'hall:
Act within Five (5) days on the proposed Conceptual Project
Design as recommcnded by the BAC. for review and evaluation;
7.11. ,Act within Five (5) days on the proposcd detailed work plan,
. architectural drawiEgs, and engineering plan with the coresponding costs
''. and related documents a-s mentioned in Sections 2.2 to 2.6 subject for
rcview and evaluation:

VIT. CONFIDENTIALITY OF DATA

8.1. The ownership and all rights thereto ofall


designs, drawings, specifications
and copies thereof including electronic files, prepared and furnished by the
CONSULTANT in the pedormance of the serr'ices subject of the
Agreement shall be vested with PSHS.

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rx. SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT

9.l.PSHS shall maintain a Service Level Agreement (SLA) with thp


CONSULTANT, with provisions lbr liquidated damages in case of their
non-complia[ce. The Liquidated Damages is equal to one- tenth of one
percent (0. I %) ofthe cost ofthe unperformed portion for everyday of delay.
Once the cumuladve amount of Liquidated damages reaches ten percent
(l0olo) ofthe amount ofthe contract, the procu ng entity shall rcscind the
contract. with prejudice to other courses of action ofremedies open to it.

x. WARRANTIES OF THE CON'SULTAN

10.1. The CONSULTANT warrants that it shall conform strictly\to the


terms and conditions of these Terms of Rel'erence.
10.2. The CONSULTANT warants, reprcsents and undertakes reliability ofthe
service and that their manpower complements are hardworking, .
qualified,/reliable and dedicated to do the service rcquired to the satisfaction
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of PSHS. shall employ highly skilled, well-behaved and honest
employees with ID displayed conspicuously while working within the
compound. The CONSULTANT shall not employ PSHS employees or
their relatives to work in any category ofthe project whatsoever.
10.3. The CONSULTANT shallcomply with the laws goveming
employees compensation, PhilHealth, Social Secu ty and./or labor
standards and other laws, rules and regulations applicable to its persoDnel
employed on account of contacted selvices. The CONSULTANT shall
pay its personnel not less than the minimum wage and other benefits
mandated by law.
10.4. The CONSULTANT, in the performance ofits services, shall secure and
maintain at its own expense all registration, licenses or permits required
by National or Local Laws and shall comply with the rules, regulations - -
and directives ofthe Regulatory Authodties and Commissions.
10.5. The CONSULTANT's personnel shall take all necessary
precautions for the safety of all persons and propeflies at or neax their area
. ofwork and shall coorply with all the standaxd and established safety
iegulations, rules and practices.
10.6. The CONSULTANT shall coordinate with any authorized and/ or
designated PSHS personnel in the performance oftheirjobs.
10.7. The CONSULTANT shall be liable for loss, damage, or injuy that may
be due directly through the fault or regligence ofits personnel. lt shall
assume responsibility thereof and the PSHS shall be specilically released
from any responsibility arising therc from.
10.8. The CONSULTANT shall neither assign, transfer, pledge nor
subcontract an1 pan or interesl llerein.
10.9. The CONSULTANT shall render service at no cost to PSHS in case of
any extension ofthe contract duratiol1.

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XI. TERMS OF PA\MENT

I 1 .The CONSULTANT shall be paid based on the percentage of work


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completed with a reasonable time from the submission ofall the required
documents, subject to the required Expanded Withholding Tax (EWT) of
two percent (2%) and Final Withholding VAT offive percent (5%o).
1 1.2. Palments shall be made upon completion and acceptance ofwork in

each component:

Component I ' 40Yr


Field Study and Irvestigation, lifteen (15) calendar days
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Component II 50Y.
Architectural and Detailed Engineering Design,
thily (30) calendar day!
Post Walaanty Secudty (refer to R4.9184 and IRR)

Component III liy.


Project Supervision Phase,
Periodic supervision for the duration ofthe project
construction phase but not more than Seven Hundred Thirty (730)
calendar days from the receipt ofthe Notice to Proceed (NTP).

XII. PRE-TERMINATION OF CONTRACT

12.1. The contract for the Consultancy Services for the Architectural and
Detailed Engineering (A&E) may be pre-teminated by the PSHS for any -
violation ofthe tems ofthe contract. ln case ofpre-termimtion, the
CONSULTANT shall be inlbrmed by the PSHS thirty (30) days prior to
such termination.
12.2. In case ofpre-termination, the CONSULTANT shall be liable to an
additional liquidated damages equivalent to one percent (l7o) ofthe
contract pdce as provided by the Govemment Accounting and Auditing
Manual (GAAM) and forfeiture ofthe performance security.
12.3. The PSHS shall have the right to blacklist the CONSULTANT in case of
pre-temination.

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located in Barangay Rizal' Odiongan, Romhlon
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I PSHS BUILDING SPECIFICATIONS AND

I STANDARDS

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To ens rc eflective afd consisteni delrrer)
(PSHS) prescribes miniflLtm slandards a
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Philippine Science Hrgh School System
in ali its camPuses nationwiJe'
specifications for sites and facililies'
gxisting facilities
that are to be constructed or lo
These slsndards aPPIY 1o all new facilities
thar arc to b expanded
capacity ofTl rLy (10) slLrde s per.class'
Th slandards arc based on a desired nominal
whichrellainfixed,Subjectolliy!ochangesbeingmadeinthephysicalsPacelhatw4ld
slandards
,ii.-o,t norinut"up."ity and ad;u*ments in the space
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physical tacilities ofdle
also took into account ho$ the
The developmeni ofthese slandards lhe needs of lhe
educational goals of PSHS and
school suppo( the instructional and
community il serves.

Ll.Aims and Objeclives rrre rollowinP


r;;;;:n;1:;"' " rd rrandards arm ro serve t"" 'r"rPose:
r"' 'r'" 'tt'i:on larld acqu;''t'orr and
l.l.l Ser\e ai F'ar1r':r'g ano tii"i"pn.'"' '
de\eloP r! design sranod'd' cr( uP (lY'^9,1:11-:"""0C'"
workins
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f^r ,ew camouses or expan
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t"itiri:5 rJ' r'ln"io*l ddeouacv r

long-range bu' drrlg prars


,er'e as b '''s 'or de\eloping 'ound

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ir,,n" Nitio_nal Bt,.i,ldtng code of the
or tate arecetlence oyer ,rirtas taro o;iodir-r"rryir,"a
pro\'lon' undcr Republr '4ct 5 1! - ('^'t t'n:'hcett48
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criteria'
provide favorable mling! on lhe followitlg
Prospeclrve.locariof must be able io

2 I Location ano b r!'ro lmenr


and safe e:rvironmen! f,or lea'ning
and is
The ideal looalion must oflbr a conducive lezards.
;;;;;i;';*"' fiom places of distu$ancesand natural
videoke bars'
gambling dens' cockpit" cinema' lrouses'
Locations near shopping malls' durnp5
'4"', i,dusrr;a' /ones q''3'ittt p"'u'it martcas -augtrte' tror-se-s'-oarbsge ris[s
'"ir*'y ar'l exPose sruoenrs ro healih
lnJ sr.nilar orl,.r places r',", a;l.pr Sri.ns slLrdies u",'""'"p slopes volcanoes and
arc avoided' Likewise, sites ilf:;1ff1;;;';;;i
inrir" g"orl'zatot are discouraged due Io safely risl(s
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not only preferred brt are given premium scores as well.
nelr nott&l tdborttories ate

I 2.2.Topography
Preference is gi!en lo sites where the contour ofthe land is ,eveled and has no irregular

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2.3.Size

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parlicular ly of primr lols, then lor sizes ofat leasr Two (2) he.:!ares may be considered.

I 2.4.Accessibility
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ideal location should provide easy access lo othef prov,nces within the region, and

I access ro basic serrices, fucilities and utilities, inciud;ng rccess to I.{igher Educarion
Institutions (HEl) arrd/or resea.ch instit(tions.

I Loca!ions near economic or industrial zones are given premiurn consideralions.

I MODE OF LAND ACQUISITION

l- LDonatiof

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The site for the stablislrment of the Camp s shoutd be acq! rcd ihroush dona(iofl. pSHS
System accepls land do ations i.om privale schools. private Dersons. and allgovemment
agencies incl ding !ity gove.nmenr and municipaliries ofrhe ilepubtic ofrhe philippines

I Acceptance ol lhe (lonation will be msde through s public documenr in the Jbrm ol a
Deed of Donarion. The Board ofTrusres or as delegated ro I re Execurive Direclor or 1he

I Campus Director lj]ay accept the donation for and in beiralf of the Repsblic of the
Philippines.

I S.2.Presidential Proclamation
Public land may be.eserved for the esrabtishment ofPSHS Campus via proclamation of

I rlre Presidpnl ofrre Reo"Diic oll,re Philippi.es.

The requircmenls for acquiring a school site by Presidenrial L !.oclamalion are as follows:

I 1.2.1. A [esolutiof by the SangguniangPanta]awigaa/pan[,ngsod/Bayan requesling the


President ol dre Philippirles ro sei aside the public tend for rhe school. and lhe

I authorily for its survey by rhe Depanmenr ofEnvirorment and Narural Resources
(DENR) or by du ly licensed surveyor.

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e\ lo the availabllll) oI
accoLlnlant

I.i.Cruirou\ Cotrleya rce .n, ,n"j o. .onr"r. , bI wa) of gifl. sale. lease.
goverrme
Real oroDeflv belorrging lo the
tr'ro'g'' t"e lollowing modes:
". ""lt,ane" 9656 6freal
RePublic oflhe Philippines in the
'r 't I convevance by lhe President ofthe
'' p'.p"'iy uttot'ging to the nalional
golernmenL'

b) vir''e oI a resoltrlion^,,b) rhe


rr) c.nvevanc( bv lhe provinc'al go!ernor
SaneerrniangPanlalawiEan(sP'";;;;;'";rlregovemor't"'i'j:::th'
propea) o\^neo by tn" ptovincial
go\ernmenr"\
..nui"o in r,,. .os" ol real
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l,l,r.6nvevancebYthesangguniangPanlunsod/Ba}anlirloughalesolll|ionaddlessed
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4, ARXA OF MEASUREMENT

4'l'Plalgrouno/oper Field ,' '_"'!roundsforphysicalec'rcaironacti\rliesolslude'.ls'A


e sp-ace snou ld be allocattd'"' O'"'l;
sruocrtr ': r!e""--
sq'are melers Per :;r;:;;i;;;;r'r"0.
minimum of Si" '6t
o for spo.ts acrivities' Preferabiv
*ith rhe
'til'"1[5''1fl"., o provide adequaie sPsce
following feslures:

4 2.1 A sranda.o 400 m",l".]"il]li1-"".,.,", ,l 4 mc:eN (90 feer long).


a 1.2. Abasebarldrarnondwrtr,s6esmrn5!r'866-lio-.1iirt,oo I lo yards\ lolls and

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d, A softball diamond with sroi
q!-son*'""*lo.tio-r00v,l!l"l'so-rzomerers,lo0-l30yards)longand45-eo
football tield meas
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42 4- A soccer
merefs r50- 100 yard') wd.ru., (85 x 46^feer r
,n.u.uring 26 , I I merers
4.2.5. A har.d surface b,1::!:ll-::; i; H;i;ne
ana s merers wiae
(60 x io feer).
4.2.6. A votlevba| cor,. ."*"
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roug merer5 wide (73 \ 27
4.2.7.. A ra*n rennis co" 'il:i::l'F;;;J;';,"".p"i,i"" , *iu.' *"rt is Lrsed r0's?
feet) for Sil,.qles compelllro
neters I i6l lee() wide

r. MAIN WALK - be aI least 3 meters wide'


The prrnary acc(ss from Ihe
tion! gaLte ro the main building,should

6 [oorHPATH rn the differert zones and buildings


within rhe school
Tlre secondary occess load oetwe s ide'
lJliJiii 'nj'J * *'wEen orre ( | I or iwo (2) rnerers

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The inlended access roa.l to vehicle inside the campusshould b,. at least lour (4) merers
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8. SCHOOL FtrNCE& GUARN HOUSE
I The campus rnusr be :cured with a permanenl fence, preferal,ly with concrere fences,
I aroLrnd rhe perlmerer ol lhe campus: and guard houses tha! are stralegically located to
provide opti al securn), ii.ool stray arinrals and lrcspassers

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The school gale seclring the main entrance oflhe fronr area olrlr school should be, both,
funfliona and arrac ve. lhe school gates should be slurdy and etTective locking\
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I 10. PLqCEMLNT AND LAYOLTT


I The recommended orient.rtion of school buildings in th Philippii,es is: Noflhwest-West to ,
Southeast-east axial dirertion. This positioning takes inlo cons.deration rhe direclion of
I sllnlight and prevarling wnds. The proper or ientatjo n ofbuildings sessential in orderlo take
advnntage ofnatrral light and air cunents as well as minimize the .xposllre olb{ilding users
I- ro d recl sLnliB\' at noi(c comilg fiom ol\er bL,iidings.

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r!e.r corresporrd;r,g dIne .,.",s
ol PSHS and
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Tyne ofBuilding No- of Minimunr DimensioI
Room Space/ Student (Floor
{Sq.m.)
A. ACADEMIC BUILDINC
a) Classroorn r6 2.1 9x7163)
b) Audio VisualRoorn t.l 20 \ 7 ( 140)
. c) Faculty Room 5,0/ Facull
d) Cuidance Office 4x7(28)
el Discioline Offrcer 4 x7 (28],
0 SSD Office 4x7(28.l
s) CISD Ofiict. 4x7128)
hl Clinic (Medical & Dental) 8r7(56)
i) Academic Consullation and 9x7(61)
Intervention Roorn
B. Science Building
a) Phvsics/ Intesraied Soience Lab 2 3.2 4xlrg8)
b) Chemisrry 2 3-2 4x7(S8)
c) BiolosY 2 i.2 4x7rg8)
d) Food Technolo 3.2 4^7(98)

sl .!

Vr
l4 x 7 (98)
e-l nesearcL (SPecializatioq qx7(28)
D Crcen House 4 xl 128)
a x'l (28)
Obselvatory Room 14 x 7 (98)
1.2
C- Ci'MFUTER LAIqRATSB! 3.2 i4 .<; (e8r
420 sq.m.
E. LIBRARY 420 sq.m.
F, CAFETERIA 420 so.rn.
G ACTIVITY CENfES Can acc ,mmodate 600 Persons
H, CYMNASIUM Can acc. ,mmodate 600 Pesons
I AuDlroRluM Can acc ,mmodate 216 stuqenls
.I CYS DORM]TORY Call acc ,mmodaI.2l6 sludents
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Dimension
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ofB'ilding \o. of Minim,rm
(rloor Ara
Room Space, Student
so.m.)

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6.0/ptJson I
x 7 (56)

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Accountant's
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glas I o,,son I

ix7(21
-_ri-r
ar Cashier's ollrce - l 1_!!_ ,__-
8x7(56)
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lna 8ri(56)
4x7(28)

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I MIS Oifice
I
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I e.Ol .'erson
n x1 128)
!,I COe aurliror
Ofi{!--- 113
Ix7(21)
o) E]diiiiF*,rs co''"'it"' t eec)
oftice.. 8r7(56)
-,1Ll, ::::,!1'$."=---i- I TA
4 :r 7 (28)
ul.Prqr ,\"' " li7(21
) Panlr\
r 9 x7(61)
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I
l I2. STANDARNS FOR INSTRUCTIONAL AND ADMINSTRA TIVE SPACES
12.l. Regular Classroom Standards

I Each regional campus must have a minimum olst leusr l6 regula. ctassrooms to
accornmodale 540 students, and 42 regiflar classroon:s for the Main Campus to
accommodate the 1,440 students from Grades 7 to il. The minimum floor area

I .
per classroonr is 63 square melers which is based on i0 students per class a! 2.1
squarE mter:! space per sludenr.

I The classrooms should be flexible enough ro suppon r re use ofmulti-nredia and


technology devices to enhadce rhe learning process arid allow orher instructional
activities.

I l2 2 Science Laboratory Standards


\

I PSHS regioral campuses must have a minimum of!i least 2 Laboratory Roonrs
for each discipline i.e. Physics/ lS, Chemistry, Bi( iogy and Research. with
minimum space per student ofl.2 sq.m ,or s total floJr are, 6f98sq.m. )- For the
a

I Main campus a rririmurn ofat leas! 6 laboralory for erch discipline is requrred.

Each laborarory musr havc at leasr a chemical storag.r and preparalion room with

I a lloor area ol 4 x 7 (28) squa.e melers. ard fi1led wr h aco stics. air condilioning
and yentilallDn unhs, plumbing, elec!rical, lighling, sf '-ely and sanitary 1-acilities.

I Laboratory roonl musi be furnished wirh ihe followin-r facjlities/equipmentr

. FixeJ Demonstntion Table r Tr,ugh

I . Slid,ng vlarker Boa.d . Sl, r (Hor.nd Cold wareo


'. TerLne' wardrobe
Coflprrer Sullors
. Ei

I
ergenc! shower

! Stutlent Worknarion . P ..viiions ld Prrons wirh

t The Laboralory Rooms mu$ also be suppol1ed by a Creen House and an Animal
House with a floor area of al leBst l5 square m.ters each; conslructed in a

I separate area adjacent to tlle Laboratory Rooms.

I I]- FACULTY/ ADMINISTRATIVE STAI'F OFFICE


The nlinimum requi.ernert for the Acuky/administrative staffo fice space is 5 sqrare melers
per person. The ofil.es should be carefirlly planned and la'd out in prope. operalional

I relalionship wilh each olher to achieve nraximum elTiciency.

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I
I V;
I
I,1(]AFETERIA/CAN,IEEN sJnI"Ti::11"i"'r;:i':i:l iJ'$'"'ii['-
mus nave
rhe schoor ca"teen/crreterra
. ,\e ,he caDdLi,y,o a.c","."*,."J;;:.;;ffi*",n;g,, a
.o.ron"nt Dln'ng' kitc[en' tl "rn*
"tut'

"i{#HiiJ#;,;t:i,i1";i:"ffi ;::ui:fi"trfll:ix'I'ili'Jl1'fi3xi'liri'"1;*'
lactt'rte''
ioraee room and ss'rnatv

ro.DoRMlroRY,eirlsshouldhaverlrec:tilll:i:ff::IT:::i:'6'
desig,. fbi boys a'ro ts,
v--,h.
lhe dornirorv Mu,n ,,
qrudenrs for tlre regi' ' t'al *'"p':"'"';: roon1'sU r""r.
""r, ],.-tl::,:-:":,"^,,
;[";;"; recept,on ar]a. g e:r
,oro*i,e min.nrur .*,".',::l il
Iorase area' panlry \iLLl'erl
sluoy :i: ::'.;:i;,;;; ","
eciear ron area

' v,"'"lreq"iir![!;::'}]f",i{f sifi;


9l84
Reoublic Act No'
::'":il
otherwrr( ;i4;4piis:i[i;[
^"le or oorations r'"'
p'''^t' .oa.' ofaon"t'ont'
"'sii,ili"i",',i liiio" .r ro'
mnde ofcofstructtotr to be tlndefl

rs lnsur0rrce of sthoo'olll'1""': permAnenL ,,r,l*,'l'" ':']1.*.':.::'.:Y


All school buildirrgs wlr'cn art
r"*,i""..'"n0.' *:"1': ".dJl:l::.'";;,:i.'n:i::':
lypnc
:;l :;i,"JilI':l[i::'CS'rT:*
(CSIS) ageinsr fire flood'
OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS
19, REPATR AND ]UATNTENANCE

. ::"H:r-:.lix;"::::-1Jt;::"'"J:iiiii;:r"ll!J.',',i'i:jr{il'i,+},f}::'::JIE
ano ,epra"em"nL'e;;r',";";.;iJi r-^penses ruooc)
'
;.;:;y i.pai,s
cotlrd be taken t( o:i.,"op*arug
"'n'"narce
of iespe' I:!e can'PLses
accou'11

3li :iil*n"":$ !il|:ii$j:f {1itJ:*i5lrs"t";:::}iti:,:t"J,ll,


shor
FLrndlng for renovation
calrrpuses'

Civil E0gireering Law


, Building Code ofrhe Philippinrs,
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