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1 BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY

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DESIGN AND BUILD

PROJECT NAME: REHABILITATION OF BSA/BTVTE BUILDING INCLUSIVE OF FURNITURE AND FIXTURES AT ABUCAY CAMPUS

LOCATION: BPSU, ABUCAY CAMPUS, ABUCAY BATAAN

I. BACKGROUND

The Rehabilitation of BSA / BTVTE Building at Abucay Campus which will provide learning facilities and to address the lack of conducive classrooms for the increasing number of students. The proposed building will accommodate a number of employees and students which contain laboratories, lecture rooms, faculty, OSA and Clinic, toilet facilities and other facilities to better serve the students. The Building will be called “BSA and BTVTE BUILDING”

architecturally designed through modern tropical style of institution with a façade that symbolizes integrity, harmony and strength. Conceive with spacious areas and natural flow of organization which will help boost in employees’ and students’ capability of production.

Design and Build (DAB) scheme is to be utilized in the Rehabilitation of BSA / BTVTE Building with the Architectural Design being given. The entire Engineering Design (Structural, Electrical, Plumbing, Sanitary and Mechanical), are included in the bidding, and as such, the DAB scheme has the following givens for which the prospective contractor shall work on:

II. PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Project Name: Rehabilitation of BSA / BTVTE Building Inclusive of Furniture and Fixtures

Location: BPSU Abucay Campus, Abucay Bataan

ABC: Php.32,000,000.00

Infrastructure: 29,000,000.00

Furniture and Fixtures: 3,000,000.00

III. OBJECTIVES:

1. To provide a background information regarding the preparation and submission of the proposed project to Designer – Builder.

2. To provide a background information regarding the proposed project which should be handled in the shortest possible time, at an acceptable quality and performance to the Designer – Builder.

3. To outline the “Work” of the Designer – Builder that has to be performed under the terms of its contract.

4. To create a Modern Tropical Design Concept considering all design criteria and space requirements with complete amenities introducing green wall system.

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IV. GENERAL SCOPE OF WORKS:

A. The project covers the Rehabilitation of BSA / BTVTE Building with approximate total floor area of 1,421.21 sq.m, 1,342.14 Common Areas (hallway, balcony and student lounge) and Roof deck 950.sq.m. Under the DESIGN and BUILD SCHEME.

DIVISION SCOPE SPECIFICATION

General Requirements

Scope of Work The work covered under this Contract consists of the furnishing all materials, labor, equipment,

transportation, incidentals, facilities, and

superintendence necessary to complete the project.

The Contractor is expected and required to attend

the important phases of the bidding process of the said project. All concerns and questions shall be discussed on the Pre-Bid Phase.

Plans and Specification The Contractor shall be responsible for carefully examining, comparing and verifying the data furnished by the Plans and specifications, the

Contractor shall submit the matter to the Architect or his authorized representative for the proper

explanation or necessary correction, before any adjustment shall be made. Any adjustment by the Contractor without such determination shall be at his risk and expense.

Ommited or wrongly described details of work, which

are manifestly necessary to carry out the true intent of the drawings and specifications, shall be

performed as if fully and correctly set forth and described in the drawings and specifications.

The procuring entity may, from time to time, make

changes in the specifications and construction

drawings. However, if the cost to the Contractor shall be materially increased by such change, the Procuring Entity shall pay the Contractor for the reasonable cost in accordance with the changes.

Laws to be Observed The contractor shall comply with the laws, City or Municipal Ordinances and all government

specifications and regulations in so far as they are binding upon or affecting the portion the work hereto. The Contractor or those engaged thereon shall obtain all necessary licenses and permits and pay all taxes or fees, which may due to the local and/or National Government in connection with the prosecution of the work. He shall also be responsible for all damages to persons or property that may occur.

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Materials Unless otherwise specified, all materials shall be new and free from defects and imperfection. The quality of materials shall be of the best grade of their respective kinds for the purpose. The work shall be performed in the best and acceptable manner in strict accordance with the requirements of the Plans and Specifications. Preference will be given to articles or materials that are locally manufactured, conditions of quality and price being equal.

A. Samples and

Information on Materials

When called for by the Architect, the Contractor shall furnish, for approval, full information and satisfactory evidence as to the kind and quality of materials or articles he will incorporate in the work. The

contractor shall furnish, for Architect's approval, all samples when so directed.

The work shall be in accordance with approved

samples. Materials and articles installed or used without such approval shall be at the risk of

subsequent rejection. Any failure on the part of the Contractor to conform use materials that are not specified herein shall be under subsequent rejection, unless subject for approval.

Any alteration or revision of material usage without

approval from the Architect shall make the Contractor responsible and liable in terms of guarantee, workmanship and defects.

Workmanship Workmanship shall be in accordance with the best standard practices and all operations required under any and all parts of the Specification shall be

undertaken in a neat, workman-like manner. Only skilled personnel with sufficient experience in similar operations shall be allowed to undertake the same.

Any alteration or revision on the execution of

drawings without approval from the Architect shall be under subsequent rejection and shall make the Contractor responsible and liable for any

workmanship and execution defects.

Defective workmanship shall be remedied by the

Contractor, at his expense. He shall not be entitled to any payment hereunder until defective workmanship has been remedied.

A. Temporary Facilities The Contractor shall provide and maintain adequate weather-tight facilities with water, light, and toilet facilities. He shall keep such places clean and free from flies. He shall remove all connections and appliances connected there with prior to the completion of the Contract and leave the premises perfectly clean.

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The Contractor shall furnish all temporary water,

lights and power and shall pay all expenses in connection therewith. Furthermore, the Contractor shall provide and pay for all water expenses for building purposes that are required by all trades.

B. Protection of Work and Procuring Entity's Property

The Contractor shall put up safety measures and continuously maintain adequate protection of all his work from damage and shall protect the Procuring Entity's property, as well as all materials furnished and delivered to him by the Entity. He shall make good any such damage, injury or loss, expect such as may be caused by agents or employees of the Procuring Entity, or due to causes considered as an Act of God.

Supervision and Inspection A. Authorized

Representative

Whenever the Contractor is not at the site, orders maybe given by the Procuring Entity to his authorized representative and shall be accepted and complied to by the Site Engineer or foreman of the Contractor.

B. Inspection of Work The Architect / BPSU TWG Inspectorate Team shall, at all times have access to the work whenever it is in preparation or progress and the Contractor shall provide facilities for such access for inspection. The manner of work and all materials and equipment used therein shall be subject to inspection, tests, and approval of the Architect / TWG Inspectorate Team.

C. Constant Supervision The Contractor shall ensure that the project will have constant supervision by a competent superintendent, who shall be present where construction is being carried on at all times during the working hours.

D. Disputes The Technical Working Group for Infrastructure shall, within a reasonable time, make decision on all claims of the Procuring Entity or Contractor and on all matters relating to the execution and progress of the work or the interpretation of the Contract

Documents.

Except as otherwise specifically provided in this

contract, all disputes concerning questions of fact arising under this contract shall be decided by the Technical Working Group for Infrastructure, whose decisions shall be final and conclusive upon parties as to question of fact.

E. Clean Up The Contractor, prior to the turnover of the work to the Procuring Entity, shall remove any excess

materials, waste, debris, rubbish, and all construction and installation equipment and tools from the

premises.

Site Work Security Fences The Contractor shall enclose the site he possessed by a security fence with gate. See-through security fence shall not be allowed.

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Structural Concrete

Foundation Reinforced Concrete; with the necessary reinforcing steel bars as indicated in the structural plan and as designed by the structural engineer.

Columns Reinforced Concrete; with the necessary reinforcing

steel bars as indicated in the structural plan and as designed by the structural engineer. Splicing detail shall be provided by the bidder

Beams Reinforced Concrete; with the necessary reinforcing

steel bars as indicated in the structural plan And as designed by the structural engineer.

Slab and Floor Framing Reinforced Concrete; with the necessary reinforcing steel bars as indicated in the structural plan and as designed by the structural engineer. Waterproofing shall be applied.

Masonry Works

Walls 5" Concrete Hollow Blocks (CHB) with concrete mix in the hollow core and with reinforcing bars as indicated in the plan unless other specified. Plain Cement

Plastered finished on both side unless other specified.

Metal Works Miscellanuos Metal Fabrication

A. Railings 2” x 6” and 1” x 1” square tube (see plans for dimensions)

Thermal and Moisture Protection

Waterproofing Membrane A. Roof Deck Slab

shall be performed 3-ply, 2mm thick, elastic self- sealing polyester reinforced rubberized bituminous based waterproofing membrane strengthened with

0.075mm thick polyethylene sheet which is sandwiched between 2 layers of 1mm thick membranes (shall be approved by the Architect) Doors and

Windows

Doors

A. Lecture and Laboratory Room doors

-HDF Steel Door with side Tempered glass with lockset and door knob

B. Toilet doors -HDF Steel Door and Upvc Doors with lockset and door knob for Toilet Cubicles

C. Office doors

D. Roof Deck door

-HDF Steel Door with side Tempered glass with lockset and door knob

-HDF Steel Door with lockset and door knob

Windows Unplasticized Polyvinyl Carbon (uPVC) windows and

Aluminum Jalousie windows

Finishes Portland Cement Plaster Smooth plaster finish for interior and exterior wall, unless otherwise specified

Accent Wall Stone Cladding (for Architects approval) and Green Wall

Ceiling Finish Shall be metal furring with min. thickness of 4mm Fiber cement Board.

Floor Finish

A. Offices/

Laboratories/Lecture Rooms

-Polished concrete exposed aggregates resin 3000 with sealer

B. Hallway -Polished concrete paste resin 800 with sealer

C. Comfort Rooms

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c.1. Walls 60 x 60 cm Glazed Ceramic Tiles (for Architects approval)

c.2. Floor

c.3. Counter top

D. Balcony

E. Student Lounge

60 x 60 cm Unglazed Ceramic Tiles (for Architects approval)

Granite Slab Counter top

-Polished concrete salt and Pepper resin 3000 with sealer

-15 x 90cm Outdoor Wood Texture

All stairway steps shall be provided with anti-slip nosing, either tiles with built-in anti- slip features, aluminum or brass metal nosing whichever is best applicable.

Painting Works

A. Masonry Walls Masonry Neutralizer

First Coat:

Flat Latex, 10% Acrylic, water based

Masonry Putty

Second and Final Coat:

Semi-gloss Latex Paint

B. Metal Surface Epoxy Primer Gray, finish with two (2) coats Quick Drying Enamel (QDE)

C. Wood Surface Epoxy Primer Gray, finish with two (2) coats Quick Drying Enamel (QDE)

Fixtures Toilet Facility Toilet and Bathroom Package including accessories (water closet, faucet, lavatory, tissue holder, perineal wash hose/bidet spray)

Lavatory – use Semi-Pedestal Sink Urinal Flush Valve – use lever type Water Closet – Use dual Flush type

Provide Ceiling Exhaust Fan for every toilet Provide vent to roof

Plumbing System

Plumbing

A. Sewage System uPVC Pipes and Fittings by Standard or equivalent B. Water Supply System PPR Pipes and Fitting

C. Catch Basin CHB 4" with UPVC Pipes by STANDARD or equivalent D. Septic Tank 3 Chamber Septic Tank. As indicated in the plan

designed by a Sanitary Engineer Electrical

System

Circuit Breakers Metal Panel Board with 230v Industrial Type circuit breakers as indicated in the plan

Electrical Wires Manufactured by Phelp Dodge or equivalent and as designed by a Professional Electrical Engineer

Conduits Moldex rigid pvc conduits

Lights and Bulbs As designed by the Professional Electrical Engineer, considering illumination in all spaces

LED light

Switches and Convenience Outlet

Manufactured by National switches, convenience outlets or equivalent.

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B. With respect to the construction of the buildings and other structures, the design and specifications shall conform to the standards set by:

1. Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)

2. National Building Code of the Philippines (NBCP) National Structural Code of the Philippines, 2010

3. Electrical Code of the Philippines 4. Sanitary Code of the Philippines 5. Plumbing Code of the Philippines 6. Accessibility Law

7. Fire Code of the Philippines

8. Environmental Impact Statement as defined by the DENR other Engineering Standards.

C. Technical Reports on structural, mechanical, electrical, and sanitary engineering including actual test or site and soil investigations shall be required.

D. A complete set of architectural, engineering drawings and structural plans in appropriate scales indicating all necessary details in order that the structures can be set out and constructed in accordance with guidelines and standards of the National Building Code of the Philippines shall be furnished by the bidder.

E. The bidder shall be responsible to deliver the expected outputs within the bounds of the approved project design and construction schedule upon receipt of Notice to Proceed.

F. The bidder shall include in his proposal the cost of the Rehabilitation of BSA/BTVTE Building inclusive of Furniture and fixtures including the Detailed Architectural and Engineering Designs and other related research, Surveys, and technical studies and test or site, soil investigation required, to come out with the design.

G. The Lowest Calculated Responsive Bidder shall enter into a contract with the procuring entity that shall be in the nature of a Design and Build Scheme of the project.

H. The winning bidder shall then proceed with the construction of the project under the terms and conditions set forth herein.

I. Upon Project Completion and Final Acceptance in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth herein, the Contractor shall turnover the completed project to the procuring entity for proper disposition.

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IV. DETAILED SCOPE OF WORKS A. PRE-PLANNING PHASE

Preliminary Investigations. These shall include, among others, information on soil, geotechnical, hydrologic, hydraulic, seismic, traffic, and environmental conditions that shall be used to define Project design criteria, to set the basis for any changed conditions and establish preliminary project cost estimates.

The bidder, by submitting his bid, represents that:

1. He has thoroughly read/examined carefully understands fully all the bid documents and his bid will be in accordance therewith.

2. His bid is based upon the conditions and requirements of the bid documents without exception.

3. He has visited and inspected the Site of Works and its surroundings and satisfied himself as to all matters pertaining to the project, including the location and the nature of the work; climatic conditions; the nature and condition of the terrain:

geological conditions at the site; transportation and communication facilities; the requirement and the availability of materials, labor, water, electric power and roads;

the locations and extent of aggregate sources, and other factors that may affect the cost, duration and execution of the work; that he has determined the general characteristics of the project and the conditions indicated above.

4. He is aware that the construction period of the project shall be 330 calendar days reckoned seven (7) days from the date of the NOTICE TO PROCEED

B. PLANNING /ENGINEERING DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE 1. Surveys and Site Investigation

a. Preliminary Survey and Mapping. These shall determine boundaries and provide stationing along control lines to establish feature and design criteria location, and identify existing and future right-of-way limits and construction easements associated with the Abucay

Campus conceptual design

b. The bidder is expected to conduct actual site survey of the project area to identify preliminary boundaries of the proposed buildings. In the process, he shall be able to familiarize himself with site and nearby occupancy.

c. In the conduct of structural surveys, the following parameters need to be considered; (1) Man-made structures

SUBMITTAL/S: Structure Map drawn on an A3 paper size of convenient size and scale, in four (4) Copies - one (1) original white print, and three (3) copies.

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a. Soil and Foundation Investigation Report

i. Soil and Foundation Investigation Report required for planning and engineering design, with a Certification from the Municipal Engineer that the bidder conducted the Soil and Foundation Investigation.

If needed for the planning, analysis and design of the project the bidder is expected to conduct site investigation sufficient to determine the bearing capacity and other data of the soil foundation which is necessary for the overall structural analysis and design of the building, in order to ensure the safety of the structure.

SUBMITTAL/S: Four (4) copies – one (1) original white print, and three (3) copies of the Soil and Foundation Investigation Report

ii. Determine existing and proposed infrastructure, facilities, utilities, etc., which may have bearing on the planning and design exercises;

iii. Utility Locations. The procuring entity shall provide information on existing utilities in and around the project’s area.

The bidders shall identify/locate the existing utilities at the site, namely:

1. Electrical Power Supply (underground and overhead) 2. Water Supply

3. Sewer and Storm Drainage

4. Telephone Lines (underground and overhead)

SUBMITTAL/S: : Four (4) copies – one (1) original white print, and three (3) copies of existing utilities and the relocation plan shall be reflected in a utility map on A3 paper size.

The utility maps shall indicate which lines will be affected by the new construction and the extent that they will have to be relocated.

b. Proposed Site Development Plan

i. Maximize the output of the planning exercise to have a building footprint that has more useable areas within the design standards. Parking areas within the immediate vicinity of the building shall have to be considered as well as the smooth flow of vehicular traffic. Areas for appropriate landscaping adjacent to the structure shall be factored in.

ii. The structure will be positioned in accordance with the conceptual location and site development plan of BSA /BTVTE Building lot.

iii. The site development plan shall take into consideration but shall not be limited to the following planning parameters;

1. Power supply requirements shall be supplied by the local power utility through the initiative of the contractor.

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2. Water supply shall be supplied by the local water source.

3. The local telephone company shall supply communication facilities.

SUBMITTAL/S; Site development plan in Four (4) copies – one (1) original white print, and three (3) copies drawn at a3 paper size, in 1:500 scale and all documents duly signed and sealed by a licensed Architect

c. Rehabilitation of BSA / BTVTE Building a. Areas are:

4.1. Ground Floor:

i. 447.46 sq. m BSA Building consist of Faculty, OSA/ Clinic, Toilet Facilities for Male, Female and PWD and Two (2) Laboratories.

ii. 447.46 sq. m BTVTE Building consist of four (4) Laboratories iii. 163.00 sq.m Student Lounge

iv. 274.14 sq.m Hallways

Note: For Ground Floor Existing outer wall and BSA, BTVTE and Existing Library slab will be retai RETAINED

RETAINED

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4.2. Second Floor:

a. 263.15 sq. m BSA Building consist of Faculty, OSA/ Clinic, Toilet Facilities for Male, Female and PWD and Two (2) Laboratories.

b. 263.15 sq. m BTVTE Building consist of four (4) Laboratories c. 248.68 sq.m Student Lounge

d. 656.32 sq.m Hallways 4.3. Roof Deck: 950.83 sq.m

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS:

a. Fire Exits and Fire Protection System- putting two fire exits on both wing will be necessary and provision for appropriate Fire Fighting System with smoke detectors.

b. Use of LED lighting and inverter technology on air-conditioning is required.

c. Proper Lighting of The building including wall lamps and Roof Deck lighting

b.1. Mechanical / Power Room – Includes facilities for air conditioning, firefighting system, general storage, janitor’s closets, electrical supply. Adequate size of generator shall be housed in a separate structure outside the building as alternative power source during power outages.

b.2. Landscape Areas, Hard scape and Soft scape.

b.3. Restrooms – Integral to the building shall be the provision of clean restrooms, both male and female as well as PWDs.

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V. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS A. Structural Design

1. The bidders shall prepare the necessary structural analysis/ calculation and design of the structural members (foundations, columns, girders, beams shear walls) in accordance with the National Building Code of the Philippines with its referral codes such as the National Structural Code of the Philippines, etc. The Design for the structure shall take into account, among other things, seismic requirements of the area to determine the optimum safety of the whole structure and to minimize possible earthquake damage. The design must consider the occurrence of flooding in the site and the typhoon strength for the Abucay Area.

2. On the basis of the Data obtained from the detailed site investigations, topographical/

engineering, foundation investigation, material testing, survey of existing site conditions, the seismic requirements of the area and other investigations required to obtain the data necessary to ensure the safety of the structure.

B. Engineering Drawings 1. General

a. The detailed design shall conform to the general standards adopted by the National Building Code and other pertinent laws of building construction.

b. All design assumptions shall be based on the results of the required technical studies, detailed analysis, and design computations.

c. The technical drawings and specifications shall clearly indicate all the details required to ascertain the care and thoroughness devoted in the preparation of the drawings.

2. Drainage and Sewerage

a. Drainage and sewerage shall be open-type with steel gratings.

b. The drainage layout shall show all the required information such as direction of flow, manhole to manhole distance and sizes of lines, invert elevation of manholes/canals,

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location of outfalls, etc.

c. Design shall be supported with design computation.

3. Water Supply and Distribution System

a. The bidders shall carry out a detailed design for the water supply, drainage and sewer system of the building(s). The design should be on the basis of the results of the hydrological study and, the drainage survey taking into consideration the general and particular problems such as the source and the volume of water supply, water consumption, piping network, drainage discharge area, and conveyance and treatment of sewer flow, in accordance with the applicable laws, rules and regulations governing health safety and sanitation.

b. Water supply source will be sourced from the local water source.

c. Water outlets should be provided on convenient locations for the cleaning/flushing.

4. Electrical Engineering Drawings

a. The bidders shall prepare a design for the electrical system of the building in accordance with the Philippine Electrical Code latest edition, Fire Code of the Philippines, National Building Code of the Philippines and Local Electrical Utility requirements.

a.1. Power supply (Secondary Voltage) from the Calculated Transformer size (with adequate spare capacity) shall be 3Phase, 230V DELTA connection 60 Hz System, with equipment grounding

a.2. Power supply from the Calculated Generator shall be 3Phase, 230V DELTA connection 60HZ. 0.80PF. system, with grounding system.

a.3. Bidder shall include the Power, LED Interior & External Lighting system, Emergency Lighting system, Exit & Directional Sign Lighting/Power Panel board, Switchgear control, wiring & cabling, Protection & Metering system.

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b. Bidder shall prepare a design for Extra Low Voltage (ELV) system such as, Fire Alarm Detection System (FDAS), Appropriate Firefighting system such as FM200 for the Archives and the other important documents.

c. Bidder shall provide the Cause and Effect Matrix showing all the life safety interfacing of FDAS to other system per NFPA 101.

d. The bidder shall submit/furnish Electrical Design Analysis such as short circuit calculation, voltage drop calculation, Arc Flash, protection coordination analysis, load flow analysis and Illumination Design/Computation for the entire electrical project study, duly signed and sealed by a licensed Professional Electrical Engineer as the requirement by the Philippine Electrical Code, Local Authority having Jurisdiction and other Government entity.

5. Mechanical Engineering Drawings

a. The bidders shall prepare a design for the mechanical drawings that include the ACCU LAYOUT AND APPROPRIATE FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM of the building in accordance with the Fire Code of the Philippines and the National Building Code of the Philippines.

b. The bidder shall prepare a design for mechanical system considering ease of maintenance.

6. Ancillary Works

The bidders shall provide the ancillary works such as street, parking, and property boundary lights, pavement markings, traffic signs landscaping, etc.

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SUBMITTAL/S: Final Output for Bldg. Permit Requirements;

a. Architectural plans in ten (10) copies – three (3) white print, and seven (7) blueprints drawn in 20x30 tracing paper in duly signed and sealed by a licensed Architect. Scale:

1:175 for plans, elevations, and sections; 1:50 for schedule of doors and windows b. Structural plans in ten (10) copies – three (3) white print, and seven (7) blueprints

drawn in 20x30 tracing paper, SCALE: 1:175 plans/ seven (7) copies structural analysis and design in short/long bond paper size duly signed and sealed by a licensed Civil/Structural Engineer.

c. Plumbing plans in ten (10) copies – three (3) white print, and seven (7) blueprints drawn in 20x30 tracing paper, SCALE: 1:150 plans / seven (7) copies plumbing design analysis in short/long bond paper size duly signed and sealed by a licensed Master Plumber. Other pertinent requirements as required by Building Official.

d. Electrical plans in ten (10) copies – three (3) white print, and seven (7) blueprints drawn in 20x30 tracing paper, SCALE: 1:150 plans / ten (10) copies voltage drop analysis, short circuit load analysis, computation of illumination in short/long bond paper size duly signed and sealed by a Professional Electrical Engineer. Other pertinent requirements as required by Building Official.

e. Mechanical plans ten (10) copies – three (3) white print, and seven (7) blueprints drawn in 20x30 tracing paper, SCALE: 1:150 plans / ten (10) copies in short/long bond paper size duly signed and sealed by a Professional Electrical Engineer. Other pertinent requirements as required by Building Official.

f. DOLE Requirements for Construction Safety and Health Program (CSHP) signed by a Safety Officer.

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VI. Project Cost Estimates

(INCLUDES THE QUANTITIES AND COST CALCULATIONS)

The bidders shall submit the quantities and cost of the different types of works to be carried out in accordance with DPWH Department Order No. 72 series of 2012 dated October 5, 2012. In particular, the quantities and cost of each work item shall be calculated and a bill of quantities shall be prepared. The bidders shall draw up a unit price analysis for each of the main pay work items.

The unit price of each of the main work pay items shall include:

The unit price of each of the main work pay items shall include:

A. Cost of the Preliminary and Detailed Architectural and Engineering Design – Should be in accordance with NEDA guidelines.

B. Construction Cost of the Project;

1. The Direct Cost are the following:

a. Cost of Materials to be used in doing the work item called for, which shall include the following:

a.1. Cost of source, including processing, crushing, stockpiling, loading, local taxes, construction and/or maintenance of haul roads, etc.

a.2. Expenses for hauling to project site.

a.3. a.3.Handling expenses a.4. Storage

a.5. Allowance for waste and/or losses, not to exceed 5% of materials requirement.

b. Cost of Labor:

b.1. Salaries and wages as authorized by the Department of Labor and Employment

b.2. Fringe benefits, such as vacation and sick leaves, benefits under the workmen’s Compensation Act GSIS and SSS contribution, allowances, 13 month pay, bonuses etc.

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c. Equipment Expenses:

c.1. Rental of equipment which shall be based on the prevailing "Associated Construction Equipment Lessors, Inc." (ACEL) rental rates approved for use by the DPWH (Presently it is the 2009 ACEL Rates). Rental rates of equipment not indicated in the ACEL booklet shall be taken from the rental rates prepared by the DPWH Bureau of Equipment. For simplicity in computation, the operated rental rates are preferred over the bare rental rates as the former includes operator's wages, fringe benefits, fuel, oil, lubricants and equipment maintenance. The make, model and capacity of the equipment should be indicated in the detailed unit cost analysis.

c.2. Mobilization and demobilization, shall be treated as a separate pay item.

It shall be computed based on the equipment requirements of the project stipulated in the proposal and contract booklet. In no case shall mobilization and demobilization exceed 1% of the Estimated Direct Cost (EDC) of the civil works items.

2. The Indirect Cost shall consist of the following:

a. Overhead Expenses - ranges from 5 - 8% of the EDC, which includes the following:

a.1. Engineering and Administrative Supervision.

a.2.Transportation allowances.

a.3. Office Expenses, e.g., for office equipment and supplies, power and water consumption, communication and maintenance.

a.4. Premium on Contractor's All Risk Insurance (CARl).

a.5.Financing Cost.

 Premium on Bid Security

 Premium on Performance Security

 Premium on Surety for Advance Payment

 Premium on Warranty Bond (one year)

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b. Contingencies - ranges from 0.5 - 3% of the EDC. These include expenses for meetings, coordination with other stakeholders, billboards (excluding Project Billboard which is a pay item under the General requirements), stages during ground breaking &

inauguration ceremonies and other unforeseen events

c. Miscellaneous Expenses - ranges from 0.5 - 1% of the EDC. These include laboratory tests for quality control and plan preparation.

d. Contractor’s Profit Margin – shall be 8% of EDC: for projects above Php5Million and 10%

for projects Php5Million and below

e. VAT Component - shall be 12% of the sum of the EDC, OCM and Profit.

The following items shall not be subjected to OCM and Profit mark-up:

e.1. Mobilization and demobilization e.2.Provision of Service Vehicle

f. The following non-civil works items shall not be subjected to OCM mark-up:

f.1. Field/Laboratory Office & Living Quarters (Rental Basis)

f.2. Furnishing, Laboratory Equipment, Survey Equipment and Consumables f.3. Assistance to the Engineers

f.4. Photographs B.7.5 Health and Safety B.7.6 Traffic Management f.5. Environmental Compliance

f.6. Communication Equipment, etc.

I. CONSTRUCTION PHASE - CONSIDERATIONS A. Permits and Clearance

The bidders shall defray and all expenses necessary and incidental for the Rehabilitation of BSA/BTVTE Building be able to secure the Environmental Clearance Certificate (ECC), including the corresponding Tree Cutting Permit (if any tree needs to be cut from the concerned government agencies, if necessary). The contractor shall, upon authorization of the Municipal Government, make representations with the government agencies

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concerned to expedite the release of the same. Obtain and pay the corresponding fees for all necessary approvals, permits and certificates such as the following:

1. Building Permit

2. Certificate of Completion of the Building c. Occupancy Permit 3. All other permits as may be required for the construction B. Temporary Structures & Facilities

The contractor shall provide and maintain the following:

1. Temporary office and/or quarters for the contractor’s project team personnel with water, light, telephone and toilet facilities.

2. Temporary bunkhouse/quarters for the contractor’s workforce complete with toilet and bath facilities.

C. Mobilization

The contractor shall mobilize all the required project team personnel, equipment, tools and manpower with the required skills and insufficient number as may be necessary for his efficient undertaking of the project.

D. Construction Proper

The contractor shall prosecute all the works under the contract in strict accord with standard engineering methodology and procedures and shall be responsible for maintaining cleanliness and orderliness in the project area throughout the duration of the contract. The Contractor shall deploy qualified workers with necessary certification.

E. Electrification

The contractor shall pay to the local power utility the cost of providing the additional electrical distribution facilities for the project.

F. Material Testing

All material testing shall be conducted by the accredited testing laboratories.

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G. As-built plans

The contractor shall cause the preparation and submission of as-built plans duly signed and sealed by all concerned parties involved in the construction in the same sheet size and scale as the original drawings in two (2) white print copy and one (1) reproducible copy.

H. Other considerations:

1. Project Staffing:

a. Design Group

a.1. Licensed Structural Engineer a.2.Licensed Master Plumber

a.3.Professional Mechanical Engineer a.4.Professional Electrical Engineer a.5.Professional Electronics Engineer a.6.Sanitary Engineer

b. Construction Group b.1. Project Manager b.2.Project Engineer b.3.Material Engineer b.4.Foreman

b.5.Safety Officer b.6.First Aider b.7. Certified Welder Prepared by:

Ar. Roxette S.Umerez,uap Architect 1

BPSU, TWG for Infrastructure

Ar. Jo-ana Mari Z. Tanega,uap Architect 1

BPSU, PPES

Noted by:

Ar. Danilo Y.Galura Architect II

BPSU, TWG Consultant

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