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ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGY

AND DISASTER RESILIENCE

Philippine Government Revised


Standards for Housing and Construction in View of New
Normal
A presentation by
MARIA BENITA O. REGALA
United Architects of the Philippines (UAP) National President
Department Manager, Housing Techonology Development Office
National Housing Authority

For the Session: Social Responsibility of Architects on Climate Change


Of the UIA World Congress: Architecture OTHERWHERE Durban 2014

International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa


05 August (Tuesday) 2014
OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION

The NHA2014 Production Target and Accomplishments


as of EO July 2014
Background on Typhoon Yolanda
Consultation with Stakeholders after Typhoon Yolanda
Housing Design: 22 m Row House Model with
(Loftable Type) developed as a disaster-resilient
housing
Accreditation of Innovative Technologies
Procurement of Housing Units
Terms of Reference

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Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)

Typhoon Yolanda was one of the


strongest tropical cyclones ever
recorded, which devastated portions of
South East Asia, particularly the
Philippines, on November 8, 2013.

Deadliest Philippine typhoon on record,


killing at least 6,300 in the country.

Strongest storm record at landfall, and


unofficially the strongest typhoon in
terms of wind speed.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typhoon_Yolanda
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Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)

The typhoon caused catastrophic


damage in Eastern Visayas, with many
buildings destroyed. Some areas were
completely washed away.

Photo Source: www.gmanetwork.com

Although wind speeds


were extreme, the
major cause of damage
and loss of life appears
to have been storm
surge.

The devastation in Guian, Samar taken from Philippine Air Force helicopter.
(AP Photo/Bullit Marquez) 4
EXISTING BUILDING CODES IN THE
PHILIPPINES

NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF THE


PHILIPPINES
BATAS PAMBANSA 220
FIRE CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES
OTHER RELEVANT CODES FOR THE INDUSTRY

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The PARR or Presidential Assistant for
Rehabilitation and Recovery

MANDATE
By virtue of the Philippine President
Memorandum Order No. 62, an assistant is
appointed with a Cabinet rank whose main task
is to act as the over-all manager and
coordinator of rehabilitation, recovery and
reconstruction efforts of government
departments, agencies and instrumentalities in
the affected areas.

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The PARR or Presidential Assistant for
Rehabilitation and Recovery

BUILD BACK BETTER Principle

The Cluster Action Plans of each of the 5 Clusters formed under PARR
(Infrastructure, Social Services, Resettlement, Support Services, and
Livelihood) shall be guided by the build back better principle which focus
on long-term, sustainable efforts to reduce vulnerabilities and strengthen
capacities to cope with future hazard events.

Build Typhoon Resilient Infrastructure (250kph)


Explore Sustainable Industries/SMEs, Typhoon Resilient Crops/Cash
Crops, End-to-end value chain
Typhoon Resilient Communities/Resettlement Sites
Social Protection mechanisms in affected areas

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The PARR or Presidential Assistant for
Rehabilitation and Recovery

Each province is requested to come up with their rehabilitation


plans together with the 171 affected municipalities
Plans should contain details of the following:
LGU Plans and Programs
Private Sector Projects
International Organizations/Aid Agency Projects
Civil Society Organizations Projects
Comprehensive Land Use Plans

Plans will be included in the Comprehensive Yolanda


Rehabilitation and Recovery Plan
OPARR will assist Local Government Units in crafting provincial
rehabilitation plans (architects, engineers, planners, livelihood
experts)

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HUDCC & KSAs HUDCC

Housing and Urban


Policy Advisory

Funder for Housing


Funder for socialized
housing of its Production
housing for Agency
members Fund Mobilizer
Informal Settler
through
Families (ISFs)
Guaranty
HDMF HGC
SHFC NHA
Planning, Fund Mobilizer
Regulatory & thru Development
Adjudicatory of the Secondary
Agency Mortgage Market

NHMFC
HLURB
Sustainable Community 9
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
GENERAL DIRECTIONS
FOR FY 2014

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THRUSTS

Increasing the level of housing production to


address the shelter need of ISFs and low-income
formal sector

Improving disposition and collection performance


to generate higher revenues for the corporation

Participating in the reconstruction of calamity-


affected areas by providing housing to families
displaced and rendered homeless

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PROGRAM PRIORITIES
Housing Program for ISFs Living along Danger Areas in
Metro Manila (P 10 B)

AFP/PNP Housing Program

Housing Assistance Program for Calamity Victims


TYPHOON YOLANDA
Bohol Earthquake
Zamboanga Conflict
Typhoon Pablo
Other Calamities

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NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
TYPHOON YOLANDA PERMANENT
HOUSING PROGRAM

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CATEGORIZATION OF 40-
METER BUFFER ZONE IN
TERMS OF GEOHAZARD
FROM SHORELINE *
CATEGORY DESCRIPTION
1. SAFE AREA May be less than the 40-meter buffer
zone if it is free from geohazards **
2. UNSAFE AREA May be more than the 40-meter buffer
zone depending on the extent of
geohazards
3. CONTROLLED AREA May be less than the 40-meter buffer
zone depending on the type of
engineering interventions to be
constructed
* Source: DENR Letter addressed to OPARR dated May 27, 2014 and adapted in the June 13, 2014, Cabinet
Meeting at Manila Golf & Country Club
** Refer to natural and man-induced geological processes that have potential to cause destruction and pose a
threat or risk to mans life and property (Source: DENR MGB (DENR Admin. Order No. 2000 28))
SUMMARY OF AFFECTED AREAS

DESCRIPTION MAGNITUDE
No. of Affected Provinces 14
No. of Affected Cities/ 117
Municipalities
Total No. of Affected Families 205,128
Typhoon Yolanda Permanent Housing Program
HOUSING NEED
AS OF JULY 15 2014

REGION/ PROVINCE NO. OF NO. OF FAMILIES REGION/ PROVINCE NO. OF NO. OF FAMILIES
CITIES/ IN UNSAFE CITIES/ IN UNSAFE
MUN. ZONES MUN. ZONES
REGION VII 16 22,423
REGION IV-B 5 8,760 8. Cebu 16 22,423
1. Palawan 5 8,760
REGION VIII 43 56,140
REGION V 1 102 9. Leyte 20 16,199
2. Masbate 1 102 10. Eastern Samar 12 7,573
11. Samar 4 8,900
REGION VI 50 117,208 12. Southern Leyte 1 130
3. Aklan 11 15,948 13. Biliran 6 8,905
4. Antique 11 18,177 Tacloban City 14,433
5. Capiz 9 12,036 REGION XIII (CARAGA) 1 500
6. Iloilo 12 43,987 14. Dinagat Islands 1 500
7. Negros Occ. 7 27,055
GRAND TOTAL 117 205,128
TARGETS ACCOMPLISHMENTS
PROGRAM TYPE
Start Completion Total Start Total Completion

HOUSING PROGRAM FOR ISFs LIVING 21,778 14,395 15,476 6,220


ALONG DANGER AREAS IN METRO MANILA

In-City Resettlement 6,109 20 680 20


Off-City Resettlement 15,669 14,375 14,796 6,200

RESETTLEMENT 16,967 9,545 10,464 228

For ISFs Affected by Infra Projects in Metro Manila and 5,418 4,278 4,918 0
Those Living along Danger Areas in Nearby Provinces

Regional Resettlement 11,549 5,267 5,546 228

NHA-Administered/Implemented 2,250 1,499 717 150


RAP-LGU 8,969 3,643 4,729 78
For Indigenous People 330 125 100 0

HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 81,258 69,373 54,520 25,762


FOR CALAMITY VICTIMS

Typhoon Sendong 2,030 104 587 0


HOMA 0 0 0 0
Permanent Housing 2,030 104 587 0

Typhoon Pablo 10,003 10,003 7,749 3,704


HOMA 0 0 0 0
Permanent Housing 10,003 10,003 7,749 3,704

Typhoon Yolanda 54,731 51,011 41,045 19,173


HOMA 45,186 45,186 39,666 18,878
Permanent Housing 9,545 5,825 1,379 295

Bohol Earthquake 300 0 0 0


HOMA 0 0 0 0
Permanent Housing 300 0 0 0

Zamboanga Conflict 7,248 4,937 2,421 190


HOMA 1,661 1,661 1,661 0
Permanent Housing 5,587 3,276 760 190

Other Calamities 6,946 3,318 2,718 2,695


HOMA 6,946 3,318 2,718 2,695

SETTLEMENTS UPGRADING 2,151 1,057 957 689

AFP/PNP HOUSING 25,863 7,923 3,147 640

Phase II-A 5,863 3,923 2,897 282


Phase III 20,000 4,000 250 358

UNPROGRAMMED/REPLACEMENT PROJECT 1,823 1,329

TOTAL BY PROGRAM 148,017 102,293 86,387 34,868

Accomplishment report on regular housing production as of July 30, 2014 for SLB, MMO, VMO and NCL
Accomplishment report on regular housing production as of June 30, 2014 for NCR
Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)

On November 15 and 22, 2013, National


Housing Authority (NHA) conducted a
design consultation with major
stakeholders to determine parameters
for disaster resiliency for housing

Participants included key shelter agencies,


professional groups, academe, private
practitioners, non-government
organizations, etc.

Discussion points centered on four parts :


site selection and planning, temporary
facilities, permanent housing and land
development standards

Continuing dialogue are being made to


come up with best housing solutions
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Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)
DISASTER RESILIENT HOUSING STRUCTURAL DESIGN STANDARDS

DESIGN PARAMETER ONE-STOREY TWO- STOREY 3-STOREYS OR


MORE
WIND LOAD 250 KPH 250 KPH 250 KPH
STRENGTH OF WALL 3,000 PSI 3,000 PSI 3,000 PSI
AND SUPERSTRUCTURE

SOIL BEARING 95 KPA 95 KPA 95 KPA


CAPACITY
SEISMIC LOAD ZONE 4 ZONE 4 ZONE 4
LOADINGS 50 PSF 50 PSF 50 PSF
FIRE RESISTANCE 2 HOURS 2 HOURS 2 HOURS

This is one of the outputs generated from the consultation meetings of the
NHA TWG on Disaster-Resilient Housing in November to December 2013.
Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)
OTHER OUTPUTS FROM THE CONSULTATION WORKSHOP
CONSIDERATIONS FOR SITE SELECTION:

Topography and elevation from the sea level as priority


criteria/consideration
MGB clearance
Hydro-geologic analysis
Sub-surface conditions
CLUP data

Use 100-year flood data


Get information from Manila Observatory

Buildable Areas from the Coastline


Final boundary delineation of the no build and build zones shall be
based on DENR and DOST recommendations
Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)
OTHER OUTPUTS FROM THE CONSULTATION WORKSHOP
CONSIDERATIONS FOR SITE SELECTION:

Re-development of the shoreline into


Mangrove forest, agri-forestry
Trees as buffer
Relocation of fisherfolks but provide transitory facilities
If applicable, perforated sea wall

Identify applicable uses for the coastal area


No more human settlements
Agricultural, tourism
Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)
OTHER OUTPUTS FROM THE CONSULTATION WORKSHOP
CONSIDERATIONS FOR SITE SELECTION:

Site planning principles


Clustering of houses to mitigate
wind impact
Specify standards of settlements
for upland, coastal, lowland
areas both for site development
and vertical development
Look into best practices from
other countries on resiliency and
Proposed site development with clustering of mix of resilient
climate change adaptation house types by a private architect

Review of laws pertaining to settlements


Recommend proposals for a typhoon/earthquake code on specific
areas that are disaster prone/or in extreme environments
Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)
OTHER OUTPUTS FROM THE CONSULTATION WORKSHOP
SOME HOUSING DESIGN OPTIONS:

ROWHOUSE/DUPLEX with Loft ( Enhanced NHA Resettlement )

TWO-THREE STOREY LOW-RISE BUILDING to serve as evacuation


center/typhoon shelter during storm surges, also to serve as buffer on sites at
lowland areas

COMMUNITY FACILITIES such as Multi-Purpose Centers, Day Care/Health


Centers and Schools to Redesign to serve as Evacuation Centers during
calamities with Emergency Storage Rooms

EMERGENCY STORAGE ROOM PROVISIONS: Food, medicine, water and


emergency power supply and communications ( like bomb shelter on the top
floor)
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL
(Loftable or with 11 m2 Loft)

LOT SIZE:
40 m2
(10.00m x 4.00m)

BUILDING
FOOTPRINT:
22 m2
(5.50m x 4.00m)
REVISED 06 MAR 2014
TOTAL FLOOR AREA: 33 m2
(Ground Floor and Loft)
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22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL
(Loftable or with 11 m2 Loft)
PROPOSED LOT SIZE:
40 m2 (10.00m x 4.00m)

SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN


22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

GROUND FLOOR AREA


22 sq. m. (5.50m x 4.00m)

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

LOFT FLOOR AREA


11 sq. m. (2.75m x 4.00m)

LOFT FLOOR PLAN


22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

CROSS SECTION
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

LONGITUDINAL SECTION
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

FRONT ELEVATION
TYPHOON SHUTTER DETAILS
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

CONCRETE GUTTER DETAIL


22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

INCLINED ROOF BEAM DETAILS


22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

PURLIN EMBEDMENT DETAILS


22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

ROOFING SHEETS
OVERLAP DETAIL
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

DPWH COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

CHANGE ROOFING SCREWS FROM


TEKSCREW TO J-BOLT
STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

DPWH COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

REVISED STAIR RISER HEIGHT TO


INCREASE FLOOR TO FLOOR HEIGHT TO ACCOMMODATE LARGER FLOOR JOIST
ACCOMMODATE LARGER FLOOR JOIST AND BEAM
AND BEAM (FROM 5.30M TO 5.50M)
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS
STRUCTURAL : RC BEAM, COLUMN & FOOTING
RC WALL FOOTING
RC FLOOR SLAB, 100MM thk. WITH 10mm
RSB @ 400mm BOTHWAYS
WALLS : 150mm thk. CHB (FIREWALL)
100mm thk. CHB, PLASTER FINISH (EXTERIOR)
100mm thk. CHB, TOOL JOINT FINISH (INTERIOR)
ROOFING : 0.404mm thk CORR. G.I. ROOFING SHEETS at 8
2.0mm X 50mm X 150mm C-PURLINS WITH
12mm SAGROD @ MIDPOINT
DOORS (OPTIONAL) : 1 FLUSH DOOR TYPE
1 PANEL DOOR TYPE
1 PVC DOOR TYPE
WINDOWS (OPTIONAL) : ALUMINUM JALOUSIE TYPE with TYPHOON SHUTTERS
: 4 x 8 x 8 CONCRETE LOUVER BLOCKS
FINISHES : EXTERIOR WALL PLASTERED AND PAINTED FINISH
T & B FLOOR 200mm X 200mm FLOOR TILES
PLUMBING : WATER LINE uPVC PIPES
SANITARY & DRAINAGE LINES PVC PIPES
TOILET BOWL PAIL FLUSH TYPE LAVATORY
SEPTIC TANK : PURIFYING POLYTHYLENE SEPTIC TANK
COST ASSUMPTIONS

PERMANENT HOUSING
PARTICULARS LGU/ GOV'T. LAND PRIVATE LAND

A. Land Cost 10,000.00


B. Land Development Cost 85,000.00 85,000.00
C. House Construction Cost 195,000.00 195,000.00
Sub-total 280,000.00 290,000.00

D. Admin. Cost (1%)


2,800.00 2,900.00

TOTAL COST PER UNIT 282,800.00 292,900.00


BUDGETARY REQUIREMENT

TOTAL
NO. OF
ITEMS OF WORK UNIT COST COST
UNITS
(PhpM)
PERMANENT HOUSING 205,128 59,816.21
1 LGU/Gov't. Land 282,800 26,315 7,441.88
2 Private Land 292,900 178,813 52,374.33

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 15,849.00


1 School 25,000,000 537 13,425.00
2 Multi-Purpose Covered Court 12,000,000 202 2,424.00

GRAND TOTAL 75,665.21


COST ASSUMPTIONS

COMMUNITY FACILITIES
COST PER UNIT
COMMUNITY FACILITY
(PhpM)
A. School Building (3-storey, 15 classroom
25 Million
bldg.)*
B. Multi-Purpose Covered Court (MPCC)** 12 Million

*Assumption: 50 students per classroom (single shift), 2 students per family


**One MPCC per 1,000 families
BUDGETARY REQUIREMENT PER REGION/PROVINCE
BUDGETARY REQUIREMENT (Php Million)
No. of
Housing Community
Reg. / Province Cities/
Need Permanent
Mun. Facilities TOTAL COST
Housing
(School + MPCC)
GRAND TOTAL 116 205,128 59,816.21 15,849.00 75,665.21

MIMAROPA (REG. IV-B) 5 8,760 2,561.85 708.00 3,269.85


Palawan 5 8,760 2,561.85 708.00 3,269.85
REGION V 1 102 29.88 0.00 29.88
Masbate 1 102 29.88 0.00 29.88
REGION VI 50 117,203 34,183.94 9,017.00 43,200.94
Aklan 11 15,948 4,668.64 1,205.00 5,873.64
Antique 11 18,177 5,296.78 1,279.00 6,575.78
Capiz 9 12,036 3,504.48 956.00 4,460.48
Iloilo 12 43,987 12,850.37 3,478.00 16,328.37
Negros Occ. 7 25,055 7,863.67 2,099.00 9,962.67
REGION VII 16 22,423 6,551.51 1,727.00 8,278.51
Cebu 16 22,423 6,551.51 1,727.00 8,278.51
REGION VIII 43 56,140 16,342.58 4,360.00 20,702.58
Leyte 20 30,632 8,913.12 2,373.00 11,286.12
Easter Samar 12 7,573 2,205.19 559.00 2,764.19
Samar 4 8,900 2,585.48 708.00 3,293.48
Southern Leyte 1 130 36.76 0.00 36.76
Biliran 6 8,905 2,602.02 720.00 3,322.02
CARAGA (REG. XIII) 1 500 146.45 37.00 183.45
Dinagat Island 1 500 146.45 37.00 183.45

Implementation of Community Facilities to commence after 4 months of start of construction of


permanent housing sites, within spaces to be provided within permanent housing sites
PERMANENT SHELTER IN
SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
PERMANENT SHELTER
WITH BASIC
COMMUNITY
FACILITIES AND
SERVICES

EMERGENCY TRANSITION
HOUSING WITH HOUSING WITH
LIMITED COMMUNAL
FACILITIES FACILITIES Police
Outpost

School Building Dry/Wet Market


Health Center/Day Care
Material Recovery Fac.

Transport Terminal
Multi-purpose Covered Court
PROXIMITY OF TRANSITION HOUSING
TO PERMANENT HOUSING SITE

TRANSITION
HOUSING

PERMANENT HOUSING
INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

NDRRMC
LIAC
for Permanent
Cluster Cluster DSWD
Shelter
Cluster on
Shelter
(Transition MULTI-SECTORAL
Housing Chairman: Mayor
Vice-Chairman-
HUDCC/NHA

GO/NGAs/NGOs/POs

Sub-Committees

Beneficiary Site Selection Estate Mgmt.


Selection Project Relocation & Comm'ty
Imple. Dev't.
Committee

Masterlist PH Project Transfer


Sustainable
of HHs for Sites with of Comm'ties
PH Facilities Families
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL

Photos of completed units in Tanauan, Leyte


3-Storey Building Design for Typhoon Yolanda Victims

Design option for urbanizing or for highly urbanized areas.


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3-Storey Building Design for Typhoon Yolanda Victims

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ACCREDITATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HOUSING

AITECH History
In July 1993, agencies agreed for the reactivation (of an inter-agency
committee created earlier in 1990) of an accreditation system for new
technologies. It was in early 1994 that the reactivation is formally
formed by and between 11 government agencies, now named the
Accreditation of Innovative Technologies for Housing or AITECH.

Member Agencies: Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC); Department of Science and
Technology (DOST); National Housing Authority (NHA); Home Guarantee Corporation (HGC); Home Development Mutual
Fund (HDMF); National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation (NHMFC); Construction Industry Authority of the Philippines
(CIAP); Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB); University of the Philippines - Bureau of Research and Standards
(UP-BRS); Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH); Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) 50
ACCREDITATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HOUSING
OBJECTIVES
To assists producers of innovative technologies in securing
acceptance of their products or systems in the market as well
as to make these technologies acceptable for funding under
the governments housing loan program.

To encourage and promote the use of innovative technologies


as an alternative to traditional housing construction system.

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ACCREDITATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HOUSING
CRITERIA FOR ACCREDITATION

Structural Evaluation Physical properties and structural


soundness of technologies in
Cost effectiveness based on the relation to health considerations
resulting construction costs as and suitability to local climatic and
compared with housing unit built topographic conditions.
with conventional building
materials/systems. Local availability of raw materials
Compliance to housing standards for the production/ use of particular
based on BP 220, PD 957 and the technologies.
National Building Code.
Consistency of required quality in
Appraisal of housing units using mass production.
the technology for mortgage
acceptance by funding institutions.

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ACCREDITATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HOUSING
ADVANTAGES IN USING INNOVATIVE MATERIALS/SYSTEMS

Lower cost of construction


Reduced labor and construction time
Easier construction method
Minimized material wastage

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LOW RISE TECHNOLOGIES

1.1 MEGAWIDE CONST. CORP.


1.2 PHINMA PROPERTY HOLDING CORP.
1.3 SOLID GROUP TECH. CORP.
1.4 E. FLORENTINO3 + ASSOCIATES
1.5 MEGAWIDE CONST. CORP.
1.6 PANAFLEX INC.
1.7 JOSE CRIS BUILDERS
1.8 FORMING ACCESS & SUPPORT INC.

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ONE TO TWO STOREYS TECHNOLOGIES
2.1 AVIA CONST. & DEVT. CORP.
2.2 CAVITE FORM MODULE
2.3 KWANG STEEL CO., LTD
AUBURN POWER TECH., INC.
2.4 POSHOME GLOBAL CORP.
2.5 PROPERTY COMPANY OF FRIENDS
2.6 RESPONSE RESOLVE RESOURCES, PHILS.
2.7 VASQUEZ BUILDING SYSTEM CORP.
2.8 STERLING CONST. & DEVT. CORP.
2.9 NEDSTEEL CONST. & DEVT. CORP.
2.10 SPEEDSTEEL DEVT. CORP.
2.11 REALM HomeBuilders
2.12 LIVE IN QUARTERS STEEL CORP.

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6. SEPTIC TANKS
6.1 PHILKOR PLASTIC CORP. (formerly KOTEC)
6.2 WEIDA PHILIPPINES, INC.
6.3 STONEWORKS SPECIALIST INTL
CORPORATION
6.4 YOONNI GREENTECH CORP.

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7. PAINT
7.1 FIRST ASIAN BRIGHT STAR MARKETING CORP.
TECHNOLOGY: Contractor Grade Flat White Latex - AB 500 and
Premium White Flat Latex

Eggshell Finish are USA manufactured


household paint suitable for exterior and interior.
It is water based, non-flammable, non-toxic,
odorless, and lead-free. The paints are quick
drying with stain resistant formulated and
mildew resistant coating. Flat latex has a
coverage of 28.37 sq.m. per gallon.
8. SOIL STABILIZER
8.1 ISA GREENPATH ENTERPRISES, INC.
TECHNOLOGY: Eco Base 300 Soil Stabilizer

Eco Base 300 Soil Stabilizer are liquid


stabilizers designed to improve the structure/
integrity of road construction where soil
becomes chemically bonded making it harder
and water resistant. The result is a road that
exhibit high sheer strength to improve soil
bearing capacity that is weather-proof, easily
workable and can be compacted to a better
particle cohesion by equipment and traffic.
9. FENCE
9.1 VASQUEZ BUILDING SYSTEM CORP.
TECHNOLOGY: Vazbilt Prefab Fences

Vazbilt Prefab Fences is a modular concrete fence


system using interlocking wall panels, columns and
tie beams designed with versatility t appearance
while providing strength and security hat gives a
warm, aesthetic and clean well beyond CHB. With
finished texture on both sides, the tongue and
groove system has a quick, clean and efficient
installation even during rainy days. Its assembly is
clean unlike messy hollow block laying and
plastering.
10. WATER STORAGE TANK
10.1 WEIDA PHILIPPINES, INC.
TECHNOLOGY: Weida Polystor Water Storage Tank

The polyethylene (PE) upright storage tank is a


premium quality tank produced with the latest
technology to meet a wide range of water storage
requirement and applications. It is manufactured from
reputable international producers. It is strong,
seamless, leak proof, and weather resistant. Polystor
polyethylene tanks are specially formulated with UV
stabilizer for long term durability under direct sunlight.
It is lightweight for easy handling food and potable
water compliant, and can store all kinds of water,
including corrosive and mineralized water. It has an
extensive range which caters to both household as
well as commercial, industrial use.
11. DOOR
11.1 NOELLOUISSE CUSTOM FURNITURE
AND FITS-OUT CORP.
TECHNOLOGY: Titan Door

Titan Door is the first in the country, a fiber


cement panel with metal frame and metal jamb.
The doors are classified into three levels: Level
1-1-3/4 standard duty; level 2- 1-1-3/4 heavy
duty; and Level 3- 1-1-3/4 extra heavy duty
TERMS OF REFERENCE
(Salient Features)
FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF FULLY-DEVELOPED LOTS AND COMPLETED HOUSING UNITS
UNDER THE NHAS YOLANDA PERMANENT HOUSING PROGRAM

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. General Information
2. The NHAs Yolanda Permanent Housing Program
(NHA-YPHP)
3. Submission of Letter of Intent and Proposals
4. Submission of Eligible Documents and
Shortlisting of Contractor
5. Total Number of Housing Units Required

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6. Parameters/ Specifications
7. Terms and Conditions of the Contract/
Agreement between NHA and Contractor
8. Submission of Proposals
9. Other Requirements
10.Evaluation of Proposals

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1. GENERAL INFORMATION

Advise to Contractor to:


Fully examine the TOR
Cost of proposal c/o Contractor
NHA reserves right to request additional
documents
NHA reserves right to amend TOR prior to
deadline of submission of proposals
Call to Pre-Bid Conference
NHA reserves right to reject proposals
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2. NHA YOLANDA PERMANENT
HOUSING PROGRAM (NHA-YPHP)
Rational to provide housing to families affected
by Typhoon Yolanda in Visayas and Palawan.
Proclamation No, 682 dated November 11, 2013,
declaring a state of national calamity . . . .
caused by Typhoon Yolanda last November 08,
2013
GBBB Resolution No. 34-2013 dated November
14, 2013, granting all procuring entities the
authority to enter into Negotiated Procurement
under Sec. 53.2 (Emergency Cases) of IRR of
RA9184, as amended

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6. PARAMETERS/ SPECIFICATIONS
6.1 SITE/ LOCATION
CATEGORY DESCRIPTION
Location Within Cities/ Municipalities affected by Super Typhoon
Yolanda as considered by NHA-YPHP to be in Safe
Zones
Zoning/ Classification Residential, upon utilization
Topography Suitable for residential development. Slope should not
exceed 20%
Access to Property With R.O.W. corresponding to existing planning
standards
Facilities The housing projects must provide areas for community
facilities; existence of planned industrial/ commercial
areas shall also be given premium
Utilities
Water Water distribution system shall be in place
Power Poles, wires/cables to be installed within the site

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6. PARAMETERS/ SPECIFICATIONS

6.2 LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT OF CIVIL WORKS


COMPONENTS PARAMETERS SPECIFICATION
I. ROAD PAVEMENT A. Major Roads (10 Meter wide min. R.O.W.)
(Based on BP220) B. Minor Roads (8 Meter wide min./ EVA 6.50 Meter
R.O.W.)
C. Alleys (3 Meter wide R.O.W.)
D. Footpaths (2 meter wide R.O.W.)
E. Sidewalks (1.20 meter wide R.O.W.)
II. DRAINAGE SYSTEM Concrete combination of underground RCCPs
uppertenances and open-lined canal with drainage
outfall
III. SEWERAGE Individual Septic Tank/ Vault

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6. PARAMETERS/ SEPCIFICATIONS
6.3 LAND OWNERSHIP With clean Title
No illegal occupants/ structures upon utilization
6.4 MINIMUM LAND AREA As may be determined by NHA-YPHP
6.5 NO. OF HOUSING Maximum of 1,000 units or as may be determined by
UNITS NHA-YPHP (Based on OPARR Housing Need)
6.6 MINIMUM LOT SIZE 40 square meters
6.7 MIN. HOUSE DESIGN STANDARDS/ SPECS.
House Typology Loftable rowhouse (Floor to rafter height: 5 to 5.50
meters)
Min. Floor Area/ Footprint 22 square meters for Loftable Resilient Housing
Design

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6. PARAMETERS/ SEPCIFICATIONS
STRUCTURAL DESIGN STANDARDS 9APPROVED BY DPWH)
Wind Load 250 kph
Strength of Wall and Super Structure 3,000 psi
Soil Bearing Capacity 95kpa
Seismic Load Zone 4
Loadings 50psf
Fire Resistance 2 hours
6.8 PRICE PER UNIT Php290,000 per unit

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8. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS

NHA YOLANDA PERMANENT HOUSING PERMANENT HOUSING PROGRAM

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8.0 SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS

Proposals with the required supporting


documents shall be submitted to NHA in a
sealed envelope on or before September 02,
2014

Addressed to the General Manager, Attention:


The Chairperson, Bids and Awards Committee
(BAC)
IN SUMMARY, CURRENT NHA UNDERTAKINGS

Acquisition of completed housing units in


eastern visayas ( 171 municipalities)
Disaster resilient housing parameters
Use of new technologies that are aitech
accredited
Government and private sector participation
thru regular and negotiated bidding
Community Driven Approach for typhoon
yolanda program
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Some Challenges

Compliance to codes ,i.e fire code, building code and BP 220

The harmonization of the green principles with disaster resiliency in


which the focus of the latter is more on the structural aspect of the
building

How to make the two principles work together without sacrificing


the major merits of the other. ( green versus disaster resilient)

The increase on budget and finding the balance between long


term gains versus huge initial capital investments to build green and
sustainable developments , HENCE A NEED TO CHANGE
GOVERNMENT POLICY, PLANNING AND COST ASSUMPTIONS

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THANK YOU!

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