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DIVISION 01

: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

01010 G

: SUMMARY OF MATERIALS AND FINISHES



1.00 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS


1.01

RELATED SECTIONS



All applicable provisions of the different divisions of the Specifications for each work
trade shall apply for all items ci
ted in this Summary.


1.02

INFERRED ITEMS OF WORK



Materials and workmanship deemed necessary to complete the works but NOT
specifically mentioned in the Specifications, Working Drawings, or in the other
Contract Documents, shall be supplied and installed

by the Contractor without extra
cost to the Owner. Such materials shall be of the highest quality available, and
installed in a workmanlike manner at prescribed or appropriate locations.


1.03

SPECIFICS



Materials specifically mentioned in this Summary
shall be installed following efficient
and sound engineering and construction practice, and
specially as per manufacturer’s
application for installation specifications which shall govern all works alluded to in
these Specifications
.


1.04

CONTRACTOR'S USE
OF THE PREMISES


A.

The contractor shall confine his apparatus, storage of materials and the operation
of his workmen to limits indicated by law, ordinances, and permits, and shall leave
all walks, driveways, roads and entrances unencumbered.


B.

The contractor
shall keep the premises and the building free from accumulations
of waste or rubbish caused by his employees, sub
-
contractors, and at the time of
completion of work, he shall remove all rubbish from under and about the building,

all his tools, scaffolding,

and other surplus materials, and he shall have the
building clean and habitable, having thoroughly swept the floors, cleaned the
windows, and dusted flat surfaces such as cabinet tops and window sills.


1.05

COORDINATION




A.

Project Coordination


The cont
ractor shall supervise and coordinate the work of the various sub
-
contractors in order to achieve an efficient and satisfactory implementation of the
scheduling, delivery and storage of materials, fixtures and equipment and proper
installation of conduits,

roughing
-
in utilities, fixtures and equipment in conformity
with the drawings, specifications, contract documents and other manufacturer’s
catalogues and instructions.


B.

Cutting Patching and Digging


The contractor shall coordinate all cutting, fitting or

patching of the work required
to make its several parts come together properly and fit to receive or to be
received by other portions of his work or that of the sub
-
contractors as shown
upon or reasonably implied by the Drawings or Specifications for the
completed
structure, and he shall make or have made proper and sufficient repair or closure
as the Architect may direct.


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The contractor or sub
-
contractor shall not allow any work to be endangered by
cutting, digging, drilling, etc., and shall not cut or a
lter the work of any trade
without prior consent from the procuring entity.




1.06

PROJECT MEETINGS


A.

Pre
-
construction Conferences


A pre
-
construction meeting between the
Procuring entity

or other representatives
designated by the Owner and the Contractor
shall be held at the site prior to the
commencement of the work. This meeting shall be for the purpose of resolving
current problems, further orienting the contractor to the requirements of the
Drawing and Specifications, i
nforming the Contractor.


B.

Progres
s Meeting


The contractor shall meet weekly or as required by the procuring entity or the
owner’s representative to verify the progress of the work.


1.07

SUBMITTALS


A.

Construction Schedules


The contractor shall contact the procuring entity or the owner’s
representative
before covering up any work that proper inspection may be made


B.

Network Analysis Schedule


The contractor shall prepare a PERT
-
CPM Construction schedule to indicate the
following:

a.

All activities necessary to complete the project.

b.

Monthly val
ue of each activity.

C.

Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples

a.

The contractor shall review, stamp with his approval, and submit
shop drawings and submittals for approval of the Architect for
conformance of the design concept and information given in the
con
tract documents.

b.

Where samples are specifically required to be submitted for
approval, no work involving the samples/materials shall proceed
until written approval has been obtained from the procuring entity.



1.0
8

ON
-
SITE ITEMS



Materials and finishe
s for on
-
site improvements and facilities as listed below are part
of the scope of work and shall be supplied and installed by the Contractor without
extra cost to the Owner.


A.

Clearing and site grading works in preparation for construction.


B.

Const
ruc
tion of
: 1) Perimeter wooden fence and gate of the entire property, 2)
Concrete walkways, ramps, steps, posts, and miscellaneous slabs, 3) Below
grade structures such as septic vault, handholes, open drains and yard basins.


C.

Exterior utility lines, race
way system, fixtures, breakers, switches, controls
including fittings and accessories as required by the specialty trades under
plumbing and electrical works.


D.

Booster pump, water tank and other necessary equipment and facilities.


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E.

Construction of de
epwell water source. Location as specified on Drawings.


2.00

SITEWORK


A.

Earthwork :


1.

Fill or borrow materials. Granular non
-
plastic material, laboratory
-
approved, inert
materials from off
-
site source.


2.

Excavated materials used as backfill, appro
ved and cleaned material. Free of
stones larger than 50 mm (2”) diameter., roots and organic materials.


3.

Capillary water sieves and barrier; uniformly graded or sized, non
-
porous
aggregates or stones respectively.


B.

Batterboards : Second class pest
-
f
ree lumber assembled and rendered secure for the
proper delineation of building lines and grades.


C.

Soil poisoning
: Product and application by accredited termite and pest control
contractor. There shall be no disturbance of treated soil between applicat
ion of
poison and pouring concrete.


3.00

CONCRETE


A.

Concrete Formworks


a.

Unless otherwise specified, use 12mm Formply or 12mm (1/2”) thick ordinary
plywood, free from warps and gross deformities, sufficiently braced with solid
lumber, and applied with form
release agent at its casting surface before each
casting.


b.

Provide forms that will produce correctly aligned concrete; choice or fitting shall be
done correctly and; support of forms shall be done rigid and extra care must be
exercised in considering wei
ghts and side pressure.


B.

Concrete Steel Reinforcement
: As manufactured by NATIONAL STEEL
CORPORATION or approved equal.


1.

Intermediate Grade Steel
-

275.8 Mpa (Fy = 40,000 psi), refer to structural plans.



Use steel conforming with ASTM standards (AS
TM
-
36), deformed, for concrete
and masonry requirements.



2.

Use Ga. 16 galvanized iron (G.I.) annealed tie wires at joints or laps of placed
reinforcements as indicated in the plans.


3.

Use welded wire fabric conforming to ASTM
-
A
-
185.


4.

Use approved t
ype of bar supports.


5.

The owner, his duly authorized representative shall have the right to order the test
of any steel supplied by the contractor or the owner entering into the concrete or
reinforced concrete. Samples shall be provided by the contract
or without cost to
the owner and expenses for testing shall be borne by the contractor and copies of
results shall be furnished the procuring entity.


C.

Cast
-
in
-
Place Concrete


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1.

Cement : UNION Portland Cement or approved equal. Use one (1) brand for th
e
whole structural and masonry works.


2.

Aggregates :


a.

Gravel :

Crushed rocks from reputable supplier within the region. Well
graded, clean, hard particles of gravel or crushed rock. Use 25mm
(1”) dia. maximum for slabs and 19mm (3/4”) dia. for colu
mns and
beams.


b.

Sand :

Clean, washed, hard and durable grains of natural sand, free from
coagulate lumps with not more than 1% of clay and silt by volume.


c.

Water :

Fit for drinking, free from injurious amount of oil, acids, alkali, organic
materials
and other deleterious substances.


3.

Concrete Mixtures
:


a.

Class A, 20.7 Mpa (3000 psi) for footings, tie beams, columns, walls, beams
suspended slabs, slabs on fill or grade and concrete walks.

b.

The contractor shall submit mix designs obtained from samples
made in
accordance with “Standard Method of taking and curing concrete
compression and flexure specimens (ASTM designation C192)” and
“Standard method of test compressive strength of molded concrete cylinders
(ASTM designation C39)” for each strength requi
red stating the proposed
slump and the proportional weights of cements, saturated surface dry
aggregates, and water. This mixer shall be proved by preliminary test 30 days
before concreting and shall show a 23 day strength 15 percent higher than
the ultima
te required. No substitutions shall be made in the materials or mix
without tests to show that the quality of concrete is satisfactory.

c.

Job mix adjustment of water content shall be allowed only on permission of the
engineer and provided that cement is also

added to keep the original water
-
cement ratio of the design mix.

d.

No hand mixing shall be allowed, except in case of emergency such as mixer
breakdown during pouring operations and shall stop at the first allowed
construction joint. All concrete shall be m
achine mixed for at least 1
-
1/2
minutes after all materials including water are in the mixing drum.

e.

Re
-
tempering of concrete shall not be permitted.


4.

Concrete Admixtures :


a.

Air
-
entraining admixtures
-

DAREX AEA or approved equal to improve
workabili
ty or durability of concrete mixes.


b.

Accelerators
-

DAREX SET ACCELERATOR or approved equal.


c.

Water Reducing Retarder
-

DARATARD 17 or approved equal.


5.

Concrete Bond
-

DARAWELD
-
C or approved equal for bonding new to old
concrete, repair of cracks
or bonding grout.


6.

Curing concrete




a.

Keep concrete continuously wet or moist for at least one week after placing.

b.

Floors and vertical surface may be sprayed with an approved retarder

c.

Curing shall begin as soon as concrete has attained initial set.

d.

Roof

deck and terraces shall be moist cured at least seven days irrespective
of whether curing additives is used or not.


7. Repair of Concrete

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a.

Imperfections shall be repaired
within 24 hours after removal of forms. Fins
shall be neatly removed from exposed s
urfaces.

b.

Where large bulges and abrupt irregularities protrude, it shall be removed by
bush hammering and grinding.

c.

All materials, procedures and operations used in the repair of concrete shall
be as directed.

d.

The cost of all materials, labor and equipment

used in the repair of all
materials shall be borne by the contractor.


D.

Pre
-
cast Concrete
: Decorative pre
-
cast concrete ballustrade for terrace.


E.


Test on Concrete
: Reasonable number of tests on concrete may be required by the
owner during the progre
ss of the work. Not less than four cylindrical specimens shall
be made for each test of which at least two shall be reserved for the 28 day test.
Concrete samples shall be sucured and molded in accordance with “Method of
sampling concrete (ASTM designation

C172) and method of making and curing
concrete compression and fixture test specimens in the field (ASTM Designation
C31).” The contractor shall provide samples to be taken at the place of testing the
samples. The contractor shall take care of transportin
g the samples to the approved
testing laboratory without the cost to the owner.



In any case of failure to meet specified strengths, the contractor may, at his expense,
obtain concrete core sampling from the poured concrete and the compressive
strength
co
nclusive evidence of its strength and integrity, provided the boring will not
impair the safety
of same as determine by the competent testing authority shall be
taken as of the structure and can satisfactorily replaced.

To determine adequacy of
affected pa
rts, the owner shall have the option to order load tests on parts of the
structure where concrete strength test are below 80% than specified. These tests are
to be in accordance with ACI 318.87 recommendations and their costs are to be
borne by the contrac
tor.


F
.

Placement Drawings : Shop drawings of each reinforcing steel detail and placement
drawings shall be submitted for approval in accordance with the requirements of the
General Conditions. Any material fabricated before final approval of the shop
dr
awings will be done at Contractor’s risk, but no material shall be placed until shop
drawings have final approval. Shop drawings shall be in accordance with the “Manual
of Standard Practice for Detailing Reinforced Concrete Structures” (ACI 315).


4.00

MAS
ONRY


A.

Concrete Hollow Blocks (CHB) : JACKBILT

or approved equal. Use 100 (4”) or
150mm (6”) thick CHB, non
-
load bearing, machine
-
vibrated with even texture and well
defined edges, conforming to Philippines National Standard (PNS) 16, Type I. Class
A wi
th a minimum compressive strength of 350 psi for building external wall and Class
B with a minimum compressive strength of 350 psi for building interior walls, concrete
plantboxes and septic tank.


B.

Reinforcing Bars and Tie Wires : See 3.00 B.


C.

Mortar

and Plaster Works : Mixture at 1:3.Plastering of walls shall be rough (not
smooth fine finish) and shall be done with installed concrete plaster guides and
flattened with 3meter aluminum bar.

D.

Plaster Bond : N & H PLASTER BOND or approved equal. Apply
at all wall areas
prior to plastering.


5.00

MISCELLANEOUS


A.

Galvanized Iron : Hangers
-

Gauge 10 G.I. wire hanger

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B.

Structural Steel : Standard Structural Steel Shapes, ASTM A7; mild steel plates or
shapes, ASTM A283.


1.

Dowel bars

2.

Steel bar grat
ing


C.

Cast Iron : ASTM A48


D.

Black Iron : B.I. 50mm dia. handrail for Service stair railing.


E.

Wrought Iron Grilles : Grille doors as per Drawings.


F.

Fastenings : Commercial types, except where special types are shown or required.
Fastenings for a
ll exterior work shall be non
-
ferrous, unless otherwise shown.
Fastenings for stainless steel and aluminum and other interior work, where exposed,
shall match the fastened metal.


6.00

WOOD AND PLASTICS


6.01

ON
-
SITE CARPENTRY



Note

: For K.D. Tanguile,
plywood inner sides, and cut ends of apitong framing,
supplementary termite and rot treatment to be applied by Owner approved termite
and pest control company.



Effect butt joint appearance for all T and cross intersections of exposed frames.
When strong
er joints are required, introduce half
-
laps, or tenon and mortise but still
effect simple joint at the exposed surface.


A.

Lumber : STA. CLARA LUMBER INC., or approved equal.


1.

Apitong : Sound and thoroughly seasoned, warp
-
free, treated with pressure
-

i
mpregnated WOLMAN preservative or approved equal, smooth and level
on one side or wherever in contact with paneling. For ceiling joists and
nailers.

2.

Tanguile : Kiln
-
dried, S4S, sound, hard and free from defects lumber. Use
one color or shade for assem
bly framings which are exposed. Maximum
moisture content: 12% for lumber with thickness of 25mm (1”) or less; 16%
maximum moisture content for all others.


For framings of counters, closets, cabinets. For edgings, trims and
mouldings. For stair treads h
andrails and railings. For roof eave vent slats.
Other areas as indicated in the Drawings.

3.

Yacal : Generally, for all plates, corbels, struts and other components of
wood based structures requiring wood which is strong, rot resistant, and/or
capable o
f holding on firmly to driven nails or other connectors. For cabinet
base wood blocks or as specifically called for in the drawings.


B.

Plywood
: Plyboard; Lawanit : STA. INES PLYWOOD CORPORATION,
PHILIPPINE WALLBOARD CORPORATION or approved equal.


Note

: Provide solid wood edging for all exposed sides of plywood 12mm (1/2”)
thick and larger, and on all sides of detachable shelves.


1.

6mm (1/4”) thick Class B Tanguile plywood. For ceiling panels,
miscellaneous backing, patching, flooring and dividing compo
nents of wood
based units such as closets and cabinets, and which are concealed or
intended to be painted.

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2.

6mm (1/4”) thick Ribbon Grain Plywood. For all hollow
-
core flush type
wooden doors.

3.

6mm (1/4”) thick Weatherproof Marine Plywood. For hollow
-
cor
e flush type
wooden doors at T&B’s, and as indicated in the Drawings.

4.

12mm (1/2”) thick Class B Tanguile plywood. For woodwork needing such
material to be varnished.

5.

19mm (3/4”) thick Class B Tanguile plywood. For free span shelves. For
base compo
nents of cabinets. For miscellaneous components of cabinets
and closet housing which are concealed and intended to be painted.


C.

Hardware and Fasteners : Use metal nails, screws, bolts, plates, straps,
miscellaneous fasteners or anchorage; concealed or
countersunk whenever
called for, with size, shape and type indicated. Use water resistant glue for
laminated items and at cabinet framing joints.


D.

Black Polyethylene Insect Screen : On fixed windows assembly, complete
with necessary wood framings, tri
ms and fixation accessories. As per
Schedule of Windows Drawings. For roof eave vent.



6.02

MILLWORKS : STA. CLARA LUMBER INC. or approved equal.


A.

Lumber :


Tanguile, quartersawn, sound and free from imperfections impairing its
strength and finish.

Kiln
-
dried (max. moisture content : 12%), with the same
shade and color for assemblies or sets of assemblies, warp
-
free, S4S and
fine sanded lumber. For louver slats of doors, edgings, etc. For all wooden
baseboards.


B.

Plywood and hardboard : See 6.0
1B and 6.02A.


C.

Assembly Materials : WELDWOOD or approved water resistant glue, and
nails, screws and bolts of appropriate type, shape and size for all types of
joints.


D.

Trademark : Each separate lumber piece or assembly is required to bear an
officia
l mark of the millwork supplier.


7.00

THERMAL AND MOISTURE CONTROL


7.01

WATERPROOFING / DAMPPROOFING


Apply with surface preparation, methods of application and density as per
manufacturer’s specifications.


A.

Waterproofing : HYGARD or CEMVATHENE waterp
roofing products. For
suspended slab at Toilets.


B.

Dampproofing : VISQUEEN or BARRAFILM vapor barrier, 1 layer at 6 mils
(0.006”) thick layer. For slabs on fill at the building interior.


7.02

ROOFING


1.0

Roofing
: DN Steel
,Excel

or approved equal.


a.

Pre
-
formed Metal Roofing : Regular corrugated long
-
span roofing,
0.40mm (Gauge 24) base metal. For roofing of residential building. Use
one length per sloped plane.

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b.

Ridge rolls and vent, flashing, cappings, trims and moulding : Base metal
0.40mm (G
auge 24 thick, pre
-
painted, with minimum 300 g/sqm zinc
coated plain sheets, pre
-
formed with matching shape and fitting
provisions as per drawings. Provide sealant between ridge roll and
roofing.

c.

Fasteners and Fixation : Use appropriate connectors as re
commended by
the manufacturer and approved by the Architect. Apply fasteners in a
neat, consistent, even and standard manner. Apply strip of butyl rubber
-
based caulking compound along all end lap joints and passing over pre
-
drilled fixation holes. For fi
xation of metal sheet to “C” and “Z” purlins and
when lapped over another metal sheet. For fixation of flashing. Use
Tekscrews for roof eaves area, where roof frames are exposed.


2.0

Roof
Sheathing : Thatched dried cogon or nipa leaves sheet
-
roofing wi
th
nylon net covering.


8.00

DOORS AND WINDOWS


8.01

DOORS


Provide and install doors with complete lockets, hinges and accessories as
indicated in the plans. Refer to Schedule of Doors and Windows.


Type A

French
-
type Wood Door, 44mm (1 ¾”) thick; 10mm t
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Type I

Steel Swing Door, with 4.5mm x 20mm flat bar frame and 10mm
square bars for horizontal and vertical grille
s (molded and welded);
pattern as per Drawings. For service entrance door and LPG tank
storage door. Double
-
leafed swing door.



Type J

Glass doors with analoc
-
fin. Aluminum frames and jambs.






8.02

WINDOWS


A.

Aluminum
-
framed s
liding windows wit
h sections by approved supplier
l.
Analoc
-
fin.
, dark brown, complete with snap
-
on glass fasteners, vinyl inserts, wool pile
weatherstrip, sliding track mechanism; 6mm (1/4”) thick clear glass panels with
integrated locking device. With fixed transom wind
ow of 6mm thick clear glass
panels. As fabricated by Owner / Architect
-

approved sub
-
contractor.



8.03

GLASS


As manufactured by REPUBLIC GLASS CORPORATION or approved equal.


A.

Doors
: 10mm thick clear glass for glass panels; 6mm (1/4”) thick clear gla
ss for
window

glass panels and others as indicated in the Drawings.


B.

Windows
: 6mm (1/4”) thick clear glass for sliding windows and fixed transom
glass panels.


C.

Mirrors
: 6mm (1/4”) thick plate glass with felt paper and plywood backing
installed on alu
minum frame. For toilets. Located in front of lavatory
countertops.


8.04

GLAZING


A.

Bulk Compound for glass installations :


1.

Mastics
-

Elastic compound and non
-
skinning compound.

2.

Putties
-

Wood sash putty, metal sash putty.

3.

Sealants
-

one comp
onent, two components.




B.

Preformed Sealants :


1.

Synthetic polymer
-
base sealants
-

resilient or non
-
resilient type.

2.

Preformed gaskets
-

compression type, structural type.


8.05

CAULKING




DOW CORNING 790 Silicone Building Sealant or approved equal
. For all joint gaps
between aluminum frames and concrete.


8.06

FINISH HARDWARE


A.

Door Lock and Locksets :


1.

Cylindrical Locksets :

a.

SCHLAGE A53PD Entrance Lock, Orbit Design or YALE 5307 Entrance
Lock 626, ANSI finish (Satin Chrome Plated). For m
ain entrance door
at Receiving Area.

b.

SCHLAGE A10S Latch Set, Orbit Design or YALE 5301 Passage Latch,
626 ANSI finish (Satin Chrome Plated). For bedrooms and T&B’s.

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2.

Flush Bolts
-

IVES 457 B10, 300mm (12”) long for top and bottom. For
main entrance doo
r at Receiving Area.


3.

Door Footbolts and Barrel bolts
-

Steel footbolts and barrel bolts. For steel
doors at Service Area.


4.

Cabinet and Drawer Locks : ABLOY 3461. HETTICH flap door locks.


B.

Hinges :


STANLEY 747 or Hager or Spartan or YANK (USA
made) : 88.5mm x 88mm (3
1/2” x 3 1/2”) plain bearing, stainless steel, loose pin or fixed pin, button tip, four
(4) pieces for every door leaf. For all solid and hollow core wood doors and
Tanguile louvered doors.


C.

Door Push / Pull : YVES Series 8200,

203 x 405 (8” x 16”) Push Plate or YVES
Series 8300, 152 x 406mm (6” x 16”) Pull Plate, Stainless Steel, for wooden
louvered swing door (Type D).


D.

Cabinet Accessories :

1.

Pulls
-

Stainless steel pulls and handles. For cabinet door and drawers.

2.

Co
ncealed Hinges
by Hafele

3.

Drawer Guides
by Hafele


9.00

FINISHES


9.01

FLOOR AND WALL FINISHES


A.

PLAIN CEMENT PLASTER FINISH

: Consisting of the scratch and finish coats,
both consisting of one (1) part portland cement and two (2) parts of clean,
washed
sand, measured by volume. For all interior or exterior wall surfaces as
called for in the Drawings and where plastering is essential to complete the
work.

Plastering shall be done with installed concrete plastering guides and
flattened with a 3 meter alum
inum bar.


B.

Plastered walls shall be applied with skimcote (Mondo by Davies only) for a
smooth hard finish before primer painting and finish coats.

(
acrytex finish)


C.

FLOORS,

except those of the toilets and the stairs shall be plain cement finish,
smoothene
d and provided with grooves as specified and as per plan.


D
.

TOOLED JOINT FINISH : Surface preparation shall be plain cement plaster
finish with tooled mortar joints. Joints shall be concave, clean, plumb and true
to line. All joints shall as shown in t
he drawings.


E
.

STEEL TROWEL FINISH : Provide score joints whenever required. For
surfaces to be painted with latex paint. For catch basins, septic tank, stepping
stone borders and concrete walkway.


F
.

CERAMIC TILE FINISH : As manufactured by MARIWASA

or approved equal;
6mm thick vitrified ceramic tiles. Finish shall be clean, plumb and true to line.
For floor and wall areas requiring the finish:

a. 300 x 300mm (Unglazed)

-

For flooring of all toilets

b. 200 x 300mm (Glazed)

-

For walls of all toi
lets



Use ABC Tile Grout from ALLGEMEINE
-
BAU
-
CHEMIE (ABC) PHIL., INC. only.


G
I.

PEBBLE WASHOUT FLOORING FINISH : #10 Pebbles, beige color. For
treads
of stairs.

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10.00

SPECIALTIES


A.

Shower Enclosure : Frameless smoked glass panels with sliding door
.

B.

Toilet Accessories :


1.

Towel Paper Holder


BY TOTO OR EQUIVALENT
, cabinet type 304 stainless
steel, satin finish, door has tumbler lock and piano hinge. One (1) for each toilet.

2.

Liquid Soap Dispenser
-

BOBRICK B
-
155, 0.71 liter capacity, wal
l
-
mounted
beside the lavatory. One (1) for each toilet.

3.

Roll Toilet Paper Dispenser


BY TOTO OR EQUIVALENT
, cast aluminum satin
finish, with plastic spindle with locking device. One (1) for every water closet stall.

4.

Mirror
-

6mm (1/4”) thick plate
, distortion
-
free with felt paper on 6mm (1/4”) thick
plywood backing on Analok aluminum frames, wall
-
mounted as per drawings.
Located in front of every lavatory counter.

5.

Robe Hook


BY TOTO OR EQUIVALENT
, single robe hook, bright polished
stainless st
eel. One for every toilet.


C.

Stair Nosing : Brass nosing for exterior stairs with pebble washout flooring; 50mm
wide.


15.00

SANITARY / PLUMBING


A.

Plumbing Fixtures and Accessories :


1.

Water Closet :
BY
HCG

OR EQUIVALENT
, vitreous china, free
-
stan
ding one
-
piece water closet, elongated bowl and low tank; siphon vortex flush action; snap
-
on bolt caps; closed sides trapway; box rim design. Use Delta, Briggs, or Gerber
fittings.


2
.

Lavatory :
BY
HCG

OR EQUIVALENT
, vitreous china with concealed arm
carrier
support back
-
type suitable for 203mm spread fitting. Use Delta, Briggs, or Gerber
fittings which include angle valve, faucet, P
-
trap, and supply pipe assembly. For
Common, Guest’s and Master T&B. Bone color.


3
.

Lavatory :
BY
HCG

OR EQUIVALENT
,
vitreous china , wall
-
hung with rear
overflow and fitting ledge suitable for 102mm faucet holes on center. Use Delta,
Briggs, or Gerber fittings which include angle valve, faucet, P
-
trap, and supply
pipe assembly. For Maid’s T&B. Bone color.


4
.

Kitchen

Sink : Stainless steel, double
-
drain bowl, US GERBER or approved equal,
560 x 635mm (22” x 25”). Complete with US Delta, Briggs, or Gerber imported P
-
traps, angle valve and strainers / drains.


B.

Water Supply System :


1.

Cold Water Lines :
PPR PIPES WI
TH APPROVED FITTINGS



2.

Valves : PRICE
-
PFISTER (US), KITZ or approved equal. For gate valves and
check valves, cast brass, sizes as required in the drawings.


3.

Faucets and Accessories : PRICE PFISTER. Chrome finish solid brass body.


4.

Lifting

Pu
mp : GOULDS, 1.5 HP, 1.45 liters/sec against 23 meter head, complete
with pressure gauge and switch. Render compatible with water reservoir.


5.

Fiberglass Reinforced Water Tank : CWT, RTL or equal; 500 gallons capacity.


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6.

Hose Bibbs : PRICE
-
PFISTER (U
S) chrome plated faucets, 20mm male inlet and
20mm hose tread. For sink at Laundry Area.


7.

Water Heater Tank :


C.

Sanitary Disposal System :


1.

Pipes :
ATLANTA

(1000), SANIMOLD (150 161/1), or equal; For all soil / waste
pipes and fittings. For all

vent and waste lines, use uPVC Schedule 40 pipes.


2.

Floor Drains : METMA, M
-
200
-
D MAB or approved equal, 100mm x 100mm (4” x
4”). For toilets, and where so indicated in the drawings.


2.

Sink Drain : PRICE PFISTER Stainless steel drain, 100mm x 100mm
(4” x 4”).
For laundry sink.


3.

Clean
-
out Plugs : Cast brass ferrule with countersunk tap screw cover. For all
drain and sewer lines requiring clean
-
outs.


D.

Storm Drainage System :


1.

Concrete Drain Pipes : As manufactured by APALIT CERAMICS MFG. CO
. INC.
PHILIPPINE TILE CORP., or approved equal. Pipes with sizes as required.


2.

Catch Basins : In
-
site and pre
-
cast reinforced slabs, with concrete hollow block
walls, details as shown in the drawings. For drain terminals discharge, and
generally at
all intersecting points of pipes.


16.00

ELECTRICAL


A.

Lighting Fixtures and Accessories :


1.

Fluorescent Luminaire :


a. Recessed flush
-
mounted 32W round compact fluorescent ceiling lights with
plain aluminum reflectors.

b. Surface
-
mounted 32W ro
und compact fluorescent ceiling lights with moulded
glass diffusers.

c. Wall surface
-
mounted 36W single fluorescent light bulb.


2.

Pin Light
-

Recessed flush
-
mounted 25W low
-
voltage fixed ceiling pinlights with
plain metal reflectors and die cast al
uminum round body. For all rooms, inside
built
-
in closets / cabinets and at the Entry Area (exterior lighting).


3.

Downlight
-

Surface
-
mounted 50W downlights on cylindrical metal casing.


4.

Spotlights
-

Surface
-
mounted 75W halogen spotlight.


5
.

Eme
rgency light
-

Surface wall
-
mounted emergency lights from PIONEER
ENTERPRISES, Inc. or approved equal.


6
.

Fluorescent Fixture Ballasts
-

PHILIPS BESTEL normal power factor ballast.


7
.

Fluorescent Fixture Starters
-

GE or approved equal, standard glow swi
tch type
starter for 220 VAC operation with two terminals.


B.

Wiring Devices and Accessories :
AKARI,PANASONIC,NATIONAL

or approved equal.


1.

Convenience Outlets : Cream color, 220V, with amperage as required. For
general building interior use.

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2.

Weathe
rproofed Outlets : Double device plate with cover receptacle, heavy duty.

3.

Switches : Cream color, with amperage as required. Suited to location and
intended purpose.


D.

Wires :
PHILFLEX

or approved equal. No conductor shall be less than 3.5 sq. mm.

in
size unless otherwise specified.


E.

Conduits : ATLANTA

OR EQUIVALENT
, Schedule 40 PVC for conduits embedded in
concrete and inside ceiling. MATSUSHITA or NIPPON Intermediate Metal Conduit
(IMC) for main service entrance.


F.

Boxes : ATLANTA, sizes an
d shapes as required.


G.

Circuit Breakers :
G.E.

or approved equal, Ga 16 bolt
-
on type, pre
-
painted, surface
-
mounted, with latch lock.



H.

Magnetic Starter :
G.E.
or approved equal, surface
-
mounted with latch lock.