Revised Minimum Performance Standards/ Specifications (by Technical Committee)

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Note: This is for consultation purposes only and NOT a solicitation to bid.

Revised Minimum Performance Standards/ Specifications

(by Technical Committee)

I.

GOVERNING CODES AND SPECIFICATIONS


o

Architectural:
National Building Code, BP 344


o

Structural:
National Structural Code of the Philippines (NSCP), American Institute of
Steel C
onstruction (AISC), American Concrete Institute (ACI),
American Iron and Steel
Institute

(AISI), American Welding Society (AWS), American S
ociety for Testing and

Materials (ASTM)


o

Electrical:
PEC, Fire Code
(PNS Appendix G of PEC1


2000)


o

Sanitary and Pl
umbing Works:
Revised National Plumbing Code


II.

ARCHITECTURAL


1.

Classroom Size.

o

The size of the classroom for elementary and secondary schools must be
7m(width) x 9m (length)


2.

Windows


o

Total area of window openings must be at least equal to 10 sq. meters fo
r
adequate
ventilation and illumination.


o

The windowsill must not be lower than 600 mm and higher than 900mm

above the
floor level
.


o

The window panels must not be an obstruction along the corridor when it is
opened.


o

The window must allow the entry of dayl
ight even if it is closed.


o

Window opening must be bilateral fenestration.


3.

Doors

o

There must be two (2) doors

along the corridor

for every classroom.


o

The swing out should be 180 degrees.


o

The size of doors must be 900 mm width and 2100mm height.


o

The door
s must withstand the

normal

wear and tear and shall be provided with
lever
-
type door locks.



Note: This is for consultation purposes only and NOT a solicitation to bid.

4.

Floor

o

The floor must be non
-
skid finish.


o

Finished floor line should be higher than the corridor by 25mm.


o

Ramp must be provided with a slope of 1:12 in accorda
nce with the Accessibility
Law (BP 344)

and properly labeled.


5.

Ceiling

o

The height from floor to ceiling must be at least 2700mm for rooms.


6.

Roof

o

The classroom must be provide
d with a roof for protection from the

sun and rain.
The roof shall withstand the d
esigned wind load, live load, and the prescribed
thermal insulation value. An equivalent roofing system, which has the capacity to
withstand the said loads and insulation value. (example:
These shall be at least
0.4mm thick (base metal) corrugated long sp
an pre
-
painted GI sheets in
combination with a suspended ceiling
).


7.

Walls

o

The

external

walls must have a thermal conductivity equivalent to that of a 1
50 mm
(6 inches)
thick CHB wall of the standard school building.


8.

Partitions

o

Must be from floor to ceili
ng.


o

The sound transmission property of the wall shall be equivalent to that of a 100mm
thick CHB wall.

o

Add:
S
ound transmission of 2
nd

floor


9.

Toilets

o

Toilets shall be properly ventilated.

o

Please refer to Annex A


10.

Chalkboard


o

Classroom must be provided wi
th a built
-
in
-
chalkboard as part of the building.

o

Please refer to Annex B


Note
:
Toxicity (roof, wall,

partitions,

etc.)



III.

STRUCTURAL


1.

The structural design m
ust be in accordance with the revised IRR of the National Building
Code (NBC) and the latest edit
ion of the National Structural Code of the Philippines
(NSCP 2010 Vol. 1).


a.

Wind Load. Roofing and walls shall be designed to withstand the following wind
speed:



Note: This is for consultation purposes only and NOT a solicitation to bid.



Zone 1 = 250 kph



Zone 2 = 200 kph



Zone 3 = 150 kph


Wind Importance factor = 1.15


b.

Seis
mic Load. The structure shall be designed to withstand the earthquakes for
the following seismic zones:




Zone 2


Palawan, Sulu and Tawi
-
Tawi: Seismic Zone Factor = 0.20



Zone 4


Rest of the Philippines: Seismic Zone Factor = 0.40


Seismic Importance facto
r = 1.50


c.

Live Loads. Minimum occupancy loads shall be as follows:



Classrooms = 1.9 kpa



Corridors/stairs = 4.8 kpa



Roof = 1.0 kpa


2.

Design life shall be at least 25 years.


3.

Building foundation
design shall be based on actual soil

bearing capacity of the site.



4.

All construction materials must conform to the
DPWH Standard Specifications for Public
Works Structures, Volume III, 1995 (Blue Book). New materials which are not covered by
the Blue Book must pass the requirements of the
Product
Accreditation Scheme
prescribed under DPWH Department Order No. 189, series of 2002, and be accredited by
the DPWH before they are used in the Project.

a.

Reinforced Concrete

(1)

For structural members, minimum compressive strength of 20.7 MPa (3,000
psi
).

(2)

For non structural members, minimum compressive strength of concrete
shall be 17 MPa (2,500 psi).

(3)

Reinforcing bars shall be ASTM 615 with a minimum yield strength, fy, of
275 MPa (40,000 psi) for 16mm diameter and larger, and 230 MPa (33,000
psi) for 12
mm diameter and smaller.


b.

Structural Steel. This shall be ASTM A36 with a minimum yield strength, fy, 248
MPa (36,000 psi). All structural steel works shall be painted with red oxide
primer and shall be final coated with aluminum silver paint.



5.

The s
truc
ture must be resistant to termites and protected from corrosion/rust
up to at least
the end of the repayment period
.

(rust 5 yrs, termite 2 yrs)



6.

Structural component must have a 3
-
hour fire rating.


IV.

ELECTRICAL

a. Roughing
-
ins


Note: This is for consultation purposes only and NOT a solicitation to bid.

1.

Service Entrance

o

Servi
ce entrance conduit shall be made of intermediate metallic conduit
(IMC).
Underground runs shall be encased in concrete envelop or reinforced
concrete envelop when crossing roadway. End of conduit shall be provided
with sealing compound.



o

Exposed servic
e entrance conduit shall be painted with epoxy primer in
three (3) coats application.


o

Conduit shall be properly reamed.


2.

Branch circuit conduits, boxes, fittings and supports shall run parallel to walls,
columns and beams of the building.


o

Metal boxes, gu
tters, supports and fittings shall be painted with epoxy primer
in three (3) coats prior to installation.


o

Apply PVC solvent on all PVC pipe joints/connections


o

Use end bells at the end of PVC pipes and locknut and bushing for metallic
conduit on all boxes

and gutters termination.


o

Branch circuit conduits shall be either metallic or non
-
metallic conduit where
it is applicable.


3.

For ceiling mounted lighting fixtures


o

Use flexible metallic tubing as drop pipe from junction box to lighting fixture.


4.

In
-
sight d
isconnecting means


o

Use water tight type straight or angle connectors from pumps, condensing
units and other equipment that with possible contact with water or rain.


5.

Centralized paneling


o

Use breaker and wire gutter for proper arrangement of main distribu
tion
panel (MDP).


6.

Provide 15 mm
ø
PVC or IMC pipe as stub
-
out conduit for spares at different
panel boards as per schedule of loads. Ends of said stub
-
out conduit shall be
threaded and capped.


b.


Wires and Wiring Devices

o

Wires shall be properly designed i
n accordance to Article 3.10 and for grounding
system Article 2.50 of the latest edition of PEC Part 1, Vol. I.


o

Wiring devices must be of
standard

type and approved for both location and
purpose.


Note: This is for consultation purposes only and NOT a solicitation to bid.

c.

Lighting and Fixtures

o

Classroom must be provided with
the
minimum 250 lux requirement,

e.g. at
least 4 units 2
-

40 watts fluorescent lighting fixture
for the room.


o

Duplex convenience outlet (CO) of grounding type must be provided on each
sides of the classroom.


o

The corridor must be provided with a lighting pr
oduct that can produce 5,000
lumens, e.g., 1

unit of 2
40
-
watt
-
flourescent lamp or 1 18
-
watt CFL or LED.



V.

SANITARY/PLUMBING WORKS



1.

Waste and vent line piping system

o

Drain, waste and vent system must be according to (Philippine National Standards)
PNS/SA
O 374, American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) D
-
2729,
International Standard Organization (ISO) 4435 and International Standard
Organization (ISO) 3633.

2.

Waterline piping system

o

Must be according to ISO9001:2000 and E DIN1988 for Polypropylene Ra
ndom
(PPR) type 3 pipe and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) A120.

3.

Plumbing Fixture

o

Must be according to American National Standard Institute/ American Society of
Mechanical Engineers (ANSI/ASME), WWP
-
541, A112.19.4m, A112.19.3, IS2,
A112.1
9.5, A112.19m


4.

Drainage system

o

Storm drainage system must be sized according to rainfall intensities, slope, and
roof areas of the building.

5.

Septic vault

o

All concrete septic tanks shall be protected from corrosion by coating with an
approved bituminous coa
ting or by other acceptable means.



VI.

FURNITURE

1.

For every classroom, the following shall be included:

a.


One set of teacher’s table and chair

b.

45 armchairs (43 for right
-
handed; 2 for left
-
handed)


2.

The type of materials to be used may be wood or non
-
wood base
d as per DepEd’s

Note: This is for consultation purposes only and NOT a solicitation to bid.

standards.


3.

Please refer to Annex C for furniture dimensions and specifications


VII.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

1.

For those schools with abnormal site conditions as determined by DepEd, the proponent
shall include special designs and corresponding co
sts in their proposals.


2.

Architectural and Engineering design plans must be signed and sealed by licensed
Filipino professionals.


3.

Certification from the proponent that the building components must be made available to
DepEd within the repayment period.


VIII.

WARRANTY


The Contractor shall guarantee the completed structure against structural and
functional defects and failures vis
-
à
-
vis the prescribed performance specifications for a
period of fifteen (15) years, except for defects and failures occasioned by
force
majeure and those caused by third parties.