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Republic of the Philippines
Department of Science and Technology
PHILIPPINE SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL – CAR CAMPUS
Purok 12, Lime Kiln, Irisan, Baguio City
E-mail: [email protected]
TERMS OF REFERENCE
FOR THE PROCUREMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
OF THE PROJECT
“SITE DEVELOPMENT PHASE 3”
UTILIZING THE DESIGN AND BUILD SCHEME
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE
The Philippine Science High School-CAR Campus Dormitory sits atop a hill at an
approximate height of 25 m taken from the main assembly area of the Academic Building. The
dormitory started construction in January of 2004 and after two construction phases, it is
expected to be fully operational by the start of school year 2015-2016. It is expected to house
about one hundred twenty (120) students.
Entrance to the dorm is through a stairway from the service road level that opens to the
main lobby. At present, clearance from the edge of the walkway to the edge of the hill slope is
at 2 meters, thus the need for a setback extension as well as a slope protection/stabilization
system that would extend from the lobby landing area to the ground area at the Academic
Building level (referred to as ground zero).
The infrastructure project - Site Development Phase 3 addresses the need to protect
and develop the steep slopes between the dormitory and ground zero. With this project, PSHSCARC aims to establish a safer and more convenient environment for its students and personnel
by providing slope protection and/or stabilization between the dormitory and the academic
complex and at the same time provide pedestrian access between the two structures. Thus,
PSHS-CARC proposed to embark on a site development project which shall be designed to meet
the current and future structures and development within the area.
The project implementation will adopt the DESIGN-AND-BUILD SCHEME guidelines as
per R.A. 9184 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations.
OBJECTIVE OF THE TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR)
1. To provide a background information regarding the preparation and submission of the
proposed project to the Designer-Builder;
2. To provide a background information regarding the proposed project which should be
handled in the shortest possible time, at the lowest possible cost and 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 with the PSHS-CARC.
4. To provide penalties in case of breach of Designer-Builder’s obligations
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The proposed PSHS-CARC Site Development Phase 3, is composed of slope protection
and/or stabilization, and access ramp/stairway from the Academic Complex to the Dormitory
area. This site development project shall be designed on the basis of safety, functionality,
feasibility and aesthetics.
CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
The proposed project shall have two main phases: the design phase and the
construction phase, and shall put emphasis on the most feasible slope protection/stabilization
method to be adopted.
The design phase shall include conducting an appropriate slope stability evaluation of
the site, which will form the basis of the proposed slope protection or slope stabilization system.
Ground surveys as well as up to date hydro-geologic data shall likewise be additional factors to
consider.
The completed structure shall be a slope protection/stabilization system designed on the
basis of the soil parameters obtained from site testing and shall serve the following purposes:
1. To provide ground support to the Dormitory;
2. To provide protection against lateral earth movements;
3. To provide easy, safe and well-lit access to the Dormitory area;
4. To provide adequate drainage of surface run-off from the Dormitory area.
PROJECT SITE
1. General
The proposed site development is to be constructed within the PSHS-CARC Campus at
Purok 12, Irisan, Baguio City with an approximate total construction surface area of 815
sq.m. The project site is between two (2) existing buildings: the Academic Building and
Dormitory I with an approximate slope of 65 degrees at a slope height of 25meters.
2. Preliminary Documents to be provided by the Owner
The following documents will be provided by the Owner as preliminary data for the
project:
a. Campus site development plan; and
b. GIS-based topographic map of the area
3. Preliminary Geotechnical Survey and Mapping
The Contractor shall conduct a geotechnical survey and mapping of the site as well as
slope stability analyses which shall serve as basis for the design of the appropriate slope
protection/stabilization system and pedestrian access to the dormitory area.
PROJECT DEFINITION
The Owner/Procuring Entity does not guarantee that the preliminary data provided are
fully correct, up to date and applicable to the project. The Contractor shall solely be
responsible for the accuracy and applicability of all data that it will use in its Design-and-Build
proposal and services. It shall also be responsible for the integrity of the detailed engineering
design and the performance of the structure irrespective of the approval of the
Owner/Procuring Entity. It shall also be solely responsible for the design and liable for
structural defects and/or failures of the completed project.
The Contractor shall conceptualize a site development solution that will preserve the
steep slopes of the land and at the same time provide a safe, comfortable, durable and
aesthetically pleasing campus environment.
1. General Requirement
2.
3.
4.
5.
The approximate surface area to be covered with the appropriate slope protection/
stabilization system is 815 sq.m..
Project Location Map
Existing Site Plan
Proposed Project Area
General Concept
5.1
5.2
5.3
Site Development and Architectural Detail/Landscape Design Concept
Site development and provisions for aesthetics / architectural / landscape shall
be based on green-building concepts and shall be in consonance with the
existing design concept of the entire site. Similarly, it shall include a walkway
that will provide easy access to the dormitory area from the academic building
complex.
Drainage shall likewise be a consideration in this design concept as surface
runoff as well as a small amount of subsurface water is still expected to flow
from the dormitory area. The expected amount of water shall be directed
towards the rain pond located at the ground level of the academic complex.
The landscape component shall utilize easily propagating plants, grasses, trees
or shrubs which will mask the “hard” face of a concrete or stone retaining wall,
whichever the case may be.
Structural Design Concept
The structural design of the proposed slope stabilization / protection method
shall take into consideration the results of the following:
5.2.1 Soil geotechnical investigation;
5.2.2 Slope stability analyses;
5.2.3 Hydrologic survey; and
5.2.4 Soil and materials testing
Structural framing, foundation materials or anchorage materials shall be
composed of reinforced concrete and structural steel. These materials shall be
locally available and shall conform to the standards set forth by the ASTM. An
economical design shall likewise be produced, taking into consideration the
allowable factor of safety for structural design as well as for slope stability.
Should the slope factor of safety be less than 1.0, structural design shall
extend to providing the appropriate slope stabilization system to be introduced in
the identified area prior to the construction of the proposed slope protection
system
Electrical Design Concept
A general lighting design shall be proposed to provide proper illumination along
the walkway/ramp leading to the dormitory. The use of LED lighting systems is
recommended. Similarly, proper positioning of walkway/ramp areas is
recommended to be able to harness as much natural light as possible during
daytime.
GENERAL CODE AND STANDARDS
The design and specifications shall conform to, but not limited to the following standards
set by the:
a. National Structural Code of the Philippines (NSCP) 2010 edition;
b. Philippine Electrical Code (RA184); and
c. Applicable Local Regulations and Ordinances.
With respect to the actual construction, applicable rules and regulations prescribed by
the following agencies and/or embodied in the following shall be observed:
a. Department of Public Works and Highways
b. Department of Environment and Natural Resources
c. Applicable Building Laws and Ordinances in the City of Baguio
SCOPE OF WORK
The Contractor is required to perform the following scope of works:
1. Review of Existing Information
Review the basic design parameters and detailed scope of works. The contractor
shall ensure that it has firsthand information on the campus site development plan,
construction data of existing buildings, soil survey report, topographic maps and other
documents that are readily available from the Owner. Such will be used to define project
design criteria and serve as basis for any changed conditions and establish project cost
estimates. Should any of these data and other pertinent data be unavailable, the Contractor
shall carry out the needed testing/investigation to complete the needed design data.
2.
Field Survey and Site Inspection
The contractor shall conduct the appropriate site survey including staking,
establishing of horizontal and vertical control points, benchmarks and topographic surveys,
should he deem it necessary.
The Contractor shall have inspected the site and its surroundings and orient himself
with the following:
a. Location and nature of work;
b. Climatic conditions;
c. Nature and condition of the terrain;
d. Geologic conditions at the site;
e. Transportation and communication facilities;
f. Availability of construction materials, labor, water services, electric and power
supply;
g. Location and extent of aggregate sources; and
h. Other factors that may affect the cost, duration and execution of the work.
3.
Soils and Materials Investigation
The Contractor shall conduct subsurface geotechnical investigations in the project
area to determine the subsurface soil conditions, strength and deformation characteristics,
soil parameters and characteristics and other geotechnical information necessary for the
design calculations and analyses.
Data obtained from the geotechnical investigations shall be used in generating slope
stability analyses which shall form the basis of an appropriate slope protection/stabilization
proposal.
Testing of the required soil parameters shall be carried out as required in accordance
with the latest ASTM Standards.
4.
Architectural Works
The architectural features of the proposed structure shall address the need of the
institution and its clientele. The design shall be responsive to the flow of students from the
Academic Complex to the dormitory area. The architectural design shall address all project
requirements and shall be compliant to the National Building Code of the Philippines and all
other relevant codes and standards.
5.
Structural Works
The Contractor shall prepare the necessary structural analyses, calculations and
design of structural members in accordance with the National Building Code of the
Philippines, National Structural Code of the Philippines and other relevant codes. The
design of the main structure and its appurtenances shall take into account, among others,
the seismic requirements of the area to attain the optimum safety of the whole structure
and minimize possible seismic damage.
The Contractor shall prepare the structural design on the basis of data obtained from
site investigations and survey of existing site conditions, soil / geotechnical survey,
foundation investigation, slope stability analyses, material testing, seismic requirements of
the area and other investigations necessary in standard engineering practice to ensure the
structural integrity of the structure as well as the safety of the end-user.
Design loads shall be derived based on the applicable provisions of the 2010
National Structural Code of the Philippines, Vol.1 – Buildings, Towers and other Vertical
Structures.
At the end of the design stage, the Contractor is expected to produce the
appropriate design and construction plans, as enumerated in the schedule of submittals in
these specifications.
6.
Permits
The contractor shall process and secure all the necessary permits as required by
authorities for the preparation, execution and upon completion of the contract. The
Contractor shall coordinate with other agencies and pay the corresponding fees incidental to
the acquisition of the required permits.
7.
Construction Works
The Contractor shall perform the following construction activities but is not limited to
the following:
a. Mobilization/Demolition
The Contractor shall mobilize and bring out into work, all personnel, plant
and equipment, in accordance with his approved construction program,
equipment moving and utilization schedule and manpower schedule, from its
regular place of business to the site to undertake the contract.
Mobilization shall include the obtaining and transporting to jobsite of
equipment, materials, tools, personnel, constructional plant and all necessary
items for the execution and completion of the work and shall also include the
setting up and verification of all equipment and instruments until it is rendered
operable.
Demobilization shall include dismantlement and removal from the site of
the Contractor’s materials and equipment and all temporary facilities. It shall
also include a clean-up of the site after completion of the contract as well as
transportation from the site of the Contractor’s personnel.
b. Site Clearing and Proper Waste Disposal
General site clearing operations include the removal of demolished
materials and objectionable matter, protection of existing structures/facilities left
functional and clearing to allow for new construction.
The Contractor is obliged to provide barricades, coverings, or other types
of protection necessary to prevent damage to existing structures and facilities.
Likewise, he is to dispose of materials, trash and debris in a safe and acceptable
manner in accordance with applicable laws and ordinances. Burying and burning
of trash and debris at the site will not be permitted. Trash and debris shall be
removed from the site at regular intervals to prevent these from accumulating
and ultimately delaying the course of the work.
c.
Siteworks
c.1. Excavation, Foundations, Anchorage
The design and quality of structural materials to be used shall be in
conformity to the governing laws and to the acceptable engineering practices.
Footings, foundation elements and/or anchorage systems shall be of the
appropriate type, of adequate size/s and capacity in order to safely sustain the
superimposed loads under seismic forces, lateral earth pressure or any condition
of external forces that may affect the stability of the structure.
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE
The project shall be carried out within the duration herein specified:
A. Design Phase, which shall include the Detailed Engineering, including presentation and
approvals as well as Permit Acquisitions -- forty five (45) calendar days; and
B. Construction Phase, which encompasses all works stipulated in the TOR as well as postconstruction evaluation -- one hundred and twenty (120) calendar days
The Total Project Duration is one hundred and sixty-five (165) calendar days.
SELECTION OF DESIGN AND BUILD CONTRACTOR
The procurement and implementation of the project using the “Design and Build”
scheme shall be in accordance with the provisions of RA9184, specifically its Annex G. Bidding
shall be conducted by the Bids and Awards Committee constituted to conduct the procurement
of the project. The Technical Working Group (TWG) shall likewise assist the Bids and Awards
Committee in the evaluation of technical proposals in accordance with the criteria set. The
TWG shall likewise supervise the overall project implementation.
1.
Eligibility Requirements
1.1
1.2
The eligibility requirements for Design and Build infrastructure projects shall
comply with the applicable provisions as set forth in RA 9184.
A modified set of requirements integrating the eligibility documents and criteria
for design and build infrastructure projects shall be adopted as follows:
1.2.1
Class A documents (Legal, Technical and Financial Documents) and Class B
Documents
a. Relevant statements of all on-going, completed, awarded but not yet
started design and build related contracts, curriculum vitae of key staff,
partners or principal officers; and
b. Valid licenses issued by the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC)
for design professionals.
1.2.2
Eligibility Criteria
a. The eligibility of design and build contractors shall be based on the legal,
technical and financial requirements. In the technical requirements, the
design and build contractor should be able to comply with the experience
requirements under the IRR of RA9184, where one of the parties (in a
joint venture/consortia) should have at least one similar project, both in
design and construction, with at least 50% of the cost of the Approved
Budget for the Contract (ABC).
b. The relevant provisions stipulated in the IRR of RA9184 on eligibility
requirements shall be observed.
2.
Submission and Receipt of Bids
2.1
The Technical Proposal shall be comprised of all the required documents for
infrastructure projects under Section 25.2 of the IRR of RA9184 and the
following additional documents :
2.1.1
Schematic Documents
The schematic document shall be a take-off from the approved design brief.
These documents shall be scaled presentation drawings comprising, but not
limited to, perspectives, site development plans, elevations, sections and
other necessary drawings to illustrate the size and character of the project.
Also included in the presentation drawings is the proposed unique structural
and construction system for consideration. They shall be submitted on 20” x
30” boards using the appropriate scale. The schematic document shall also
include a preliminary geotechnical and slope stability assessment to be able
to have an initial concept of the need for slope stabilization measures or to
apply the minimum amount of slope protection needed for the site. Similarly,
it should also include a PERT-CPM, an outline of specifications, illustrating the
size and character of the project, and showing the kinds of materials to be
used, the structural concept and type, the types of electrical utility system to
be installed, including other items of work that are indicated in the Terms of
Reference and Design Brief. The shall be submitted, printed and ring-bound
on A4-sized sheets.
2.1.2
Design and construction methods
Emphasis shall be made on the construction methods that best fits the cost
and duration of the project. Prefabricated and/or modular construction
systems, with a proven track record and history of past project, may only be
accepted after passing a thorough evaluation.
2.1.3
Requirements)
Value engineering analysis of design and construction method.
Prospective bidders shall prepare a value engineering analysis report of their
proposed design and construction method to be applied for the Project.
Importance shall be made based on the following criteria :
a. Cost-saving (can be measured by a per square meter average figure
than conventional construction methods);
b. Time-saving in design and construction duration (can be measured by
an initial proposed PERT-CPM of the Project) due to the expertise and
past experiences with the proposed method; and
c. Operational efficiency
2.1.4 List of design and construction personnel, to be assigned to the contract t
be bid, with their complete qualifications and experiences. (See Staff
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR A CONSTRUCTION SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAM
Every construction project shall have a suitable Construction Safety and Health Program,
which must be in accordance with the rules, and other orders and issuances issued by the
DOLE, the Construction-in-Charge, or an equally responsible officer, shall be responsible for the
compliance of the Program.
STAFF REQUIREMENT
The contractor shall provide adequate and qualified staff to perform the services
required herein. The key professionals and the respective qualifications of the DESIGN
PERSONNEL shall be as follows:
1. STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
The Structural Engineer must be a duly-licensed Civil Engineer with at least five (5)
years of experience in structural design and shall preferably be knowledgeable in the
application of rapid construction technologies.
2. GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER
The Geotechnical Engineer must be a duly-licensed Civil Engineer with at least ten (10)
years experience in the design of slope protection and slope stabilization methods.
He/she must be knowledgeable in generating slope stability analyses and interpreting its
results. Similarly, the Geotechnical Engineer shall preferably be knowledgeable in the
application of rapid construction technologies.
3. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
The Electrical Engineer must be a Registered Professional Electrical Engineer with at
least five (5) years experience in the design of exterior lighting and knowledgeable in
developments in emergent efficient lighting technologies and energy management.
The key professionals and the respective qualifications of the CONSTRUCTION PERSONNEL
shall be as follows:
1. PROJECT MANAGER
The Project Manager shall be a licensed Civil Engineer and a practicing Geotechnical
Engineer with at least ten (10) years of relevant experience in projects involving slope
stabilization and protection and other similar or comparable projects in different
locations. The Project Manager should have a proven record of managerial capability
through the directing/managing of major civil engineering works, including projects of a
similar magnitude.
2. PROJECT ENGINEER
The Project Engineer shall be a licensed Civil Engineer with at least five (5) years
experience in similar and comparable projects and shall preferably be knowledgeable in
the application of rapid construction technologies.
3. MATERIALS ENGINEER
The Materials Engineer must be a duly accredited Materials Engineer in accordance with
the DPWH Materials Testing standards and must have at least five (5) years experience
in similar and comparable projects and shall preferably be knowledgeable in the
application of rapid construction technologies.
4. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
The Electrical Engineer must be duly-licensed with at least five (5) years experience in
similar and comparable projects in the installation of exterior site lighting.
5. FOREMAN
The Foreman must have at least five (5) years experience in slope stabilization and
protection construction projects of other similar and comparable projects and shall be
preferably knowledgeable in the application of rapid construction technologies.
6. SAFETY OFFICER
The Safety Officer must be an accredited safety practitioner by the Department of Labor
and Employment (DOLE) and must have undergone the prescribed forty (40) hour
Construction Safety and Health Training (COSH).
The above key personnel listed are required. The DBC may, as needed and at its own
expense, add additional professionals and/or support personnel for the optimal performance of
all Construction Services, as stipulated in these Terms of Reference, for the Project.
Prospective bidders shall attach each individual’s resume, PRC license of the professional staff,
certificates of training and all other pertinent documents proving the said professional’s
expertise.
REPERTORIAL REQUIREMENT
The Contractor shall present, in Powerpoint format or its equivalent, to the Owner his
Detailed Design Concept and Construction Plans and Schedule within five (5) calendar days
upon receipt of Notice to Proceed/Contract Effectivity, but not necessarily limited to the
following:
1. Site Development Plans
2. Exterior Perspectives
3. Foundation Plans or Anchorage Systems
4. Construction Schedule
SUBMITTALS, STAGES AND DELIVERY
The following submittals and accomplished documents shall be duly completed and
turned-over by the Design-And-Build Contractor for the project:
1. For the Design Phase
a. Subsurface Geotechnical Investigation Report, including soil testing data, signed and
sealed by a Geotechnical Engineer;
b. Slope stability analyses and a detailed summary of findings, signed and sealed by a
Geotechnical Engineer;
c. Construction Plans, which includes Architectural, Civil, Structural and Electrical Plans,
signed and sealed by the proper and appropriate professionals;
d. Technical specifications;
e. Detailed cost estimate; and
f. Bill of quantities.
2.
For the Construction Phase
a. As-built plans;
b. All necessary plans;
c. Shop drawings, if applicable;
d. Test results; and
e. Guarantees, warrantees and other certificates.
INSTALLATION AND WORKMANSHIP
1. Personnel of the Design-And-Build Contractor should be specialists and highly-skilled in
their respective trades, performing all labor according to first-class standards. A fulltime Project Engineer and Construction Safety Engineer shall be assigned by the DesignAnd-Build Contractor at the job site during the construction of the project.
2. All work to be subcontracted shall be declared by the Design-And-Build Contractor and
shall be approved by the Owner/Procuring Entity.
3. Any errors, omissions, inconsistencies, inadequacies or failure submitted by the DesignAnd-Build Contractor that do not comply with the requirements shall be rectified,
resubmitted and reviewed at the Design-And-Build Contractor’s cost. If the Design-AndBuild Contractor wishes to modify any design or document which has been previously
submitted, reviewed and approved, the Design-And-Build Contractor shall notify the
procuring entity within a reasonable period of time and shall shoulder the cost of such
changes.
WARRANTIES OF THE DESIGNER-BUILDER
1. The Designer-Builder warrants that it shall conform strictly with the terms and conditions
of these Terms of Reference.
2. The Designer-Builder warrants, represents and undertakes reliability of the service and
that their manpower complements are hardworking, qualified/reliable and dedicated to
do the service required to the satisfaction of the PSHS-CARC. It shall employ wellbehaved and honest employees with IDs displayed conspicuously while working within
the compound. It shall not employ PSHS-CARC employees to work in any category
whatsoever.
3. The Designer-Builder shall comply with the laws governing employees compensation,
Philhealth, Social Security and / or labor standards and other laws, rules and regulations
applicable to its personnel employed by the Designer-Builder on account of contracted
services. The Designer-Builder shall pay its personnel not less than the minimum wage
and other benefits mandated by law.
4. The Designer-Builder in performance of its services shall secure, 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 of Regulatory Authorities and
Commissions. The Designer-Builder undertakes to pay all fees or charges payable to any
instrumentality of government or to any other duly constituted authority relating to the
construction project.
5. The Designer-Builder's personnel shall take all necessary precautions for the safety of all
persons and properties at or near their area of work and shall comply with all the
standard and established safety regulations, rules and practices.
6. The Designer-Builder shall coordinate with the Resident Engineer and or any of her
authorized representative in the performance of their jobs.
7. The Designer-Builder shall be liable for any loss, damage, or injury as may be due
directly through the fault or negligence of its personnel. It shall assume responsibility
thereof and the PSHS-CARC shall be specifically released from any responsibility arising
therefrom.
8. The Designer-Builder shall neither assign, transfer, pledge any part or interest therein;
however, sub-contracting may be allowed provided that the main contractor shall be
responsible for the full compliance of all applicable provisions of this TOR by the subcontractor.
TERMS OF PAYMENT
1. The Designer-Builder, upon request, may be provided an advance payment in an
amount equivalent to fifteen percent (15%) of the total contract price, net of VAT and
applicable withholding taxes, upon the submission of performance bond in the form of
cash or irrevocable standby Letter of Credit issued by a reputable commercial bank or
Surety Bond issued by a bonding company duly certified by the Insurance Commission
to be of good standing. Advance Payment shall be repaid by the Designer-Builder thru
deduction by BIR RR7 of fifteen percent (15%) from the Designer-Builder’s periodic
progress billing.
2. The Designer-Builder shall collect payment on progress billings based on the percentage
of work accomplished, within a reasonable time from submission of all the required
documents, subject to the required Expanded Withholding Tax (EWT) of two percent
(2%) and Final Withholding VAT of five percent (5%), reduction based on Section 13.2,
if any, and ten percent (10%) retention fund.
3. The retention fund shall be released only upon issuance of Certification of Final
Acceptance issued by PSHS-CARC and submission by Designer-Builder of PostConstruction Documentation.
a. Progress Billing shall be based on the following:
b. Payments shall be made within a reasonable time from submission of the required
documents based on existing applicable laws.
BILL OF QUANTITIES
Work Item
I.
II.
Mobilization
Design Phase (Conduct of Detailed
Engineering in accordance with the Contract
and shall include, among others, survey,
geotechnical site investigation, soils and
foundation investigation, slope stability
analyses, feasibility study on slope
stabilization/protection proposal, preparation
of construction plans, technical
specifications, quantity estimates, program
of work, construction schedule, construction
method, design report and other works as
required in this Contract)
IIA. Detailed Engineering
IIB. Permit Processing and Fees
III.
Construction Phase
IIIA. Temporary Facilities and Field Office
Equipment
III.A.1. Temporary Facilities (Including
field office space for the Contractor, warehouse,
furniture, ventilation, power, water and lighting, offices
supplies, storage space for equipment,records, etc.)
III.A.2. Field Office Equipment
III.B. Demolition (Including site clearing,
grubbing, hauling and disposal)
III.C. Site Clearing
III.D. Site Development
III.D.1. Earthworks
III.E. Slope Stabilization and/or Protection
III.E.1 Foundation Works
III.E.2 Concrete Works
III.E.3 Rebar Works
III.E.4 Formworks and Scaffolding
III.E.5 Steel Works
III.E.6 Covering and Green Works
III.F Electrical Works
III.G Construction Safety and Health Program
IV.
Demobilization
Estimated
Total Quantity
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Unit Price
1 Lot
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1 Lot
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Total Price (Items No. I-IV, including taxes): Php _______________________________
Total Price (in words) : ________________________________________________________
Price
PRE-TERMINATION OF CONTRACT
1. The contract of the Design and Build may be pre-terminated by PSHS-CARC upon notice
of any violation of the terms of the contract. In case of pre-termination, the DesignerBuilder shall be informed by the PSHS-CARC thirty (30) calendar days prior to such
termination.
2. In case of pre-termination, the Designer-Builder shall be liable to an additional liquidated
damages equivalent to five percent (5%) of the contract price as provided by the
Government Accounting and Auditing Manual (GAAM) and forfeiture of the Performance
Security.
3. PSHS-CARC shall have the right to blacklist the Designer-Builder in case of pretermination.
Prepared by:
Recommending Approval:
ENGR. MARY CARMELLE V. BAUTISTA
Resident Engineer
PABLO M. VILORIA, JR. Ph. D.
BAC Chairman
Approved by:
CONRADO C. ROTOR JR. Ph. D.
Campus Director
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