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REVISED SCHEDULEOF
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~~---------------------------------------------------------------------------By virtue of Executive Order 197 dated 13 January 2000, directing all
Departments, Bureaus, Commissions, Offices and instrumentalities of the
National Government, including Government-owned or controlled Corporations,
to increase their fees and charges by not less than 20 percent, subject to certain
exception, the attached Revised Schedule of Fees and Charges for Testing of
Construction Materials and Other Services is hereby prescribed, and shall take
effect fifteen (15) days after the last publication in a newspaper of general
circulation.

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080.00 100. Series of 2006 2.00 380.00 160.00 1.00 140.Department Order No.00 500.160.00 310.00 120. 00 160. 00 160.00 120.120.00 120.00 1.00 160.280.00 100.00 90.100.00 160.00 100.00 120.00 2.080.120.00 2.00 150.00 120.00 100.00 530.00 500.00 570.00 2.00 200.00 200.00 100. per molded specimen 12 Specific Gravity 13 Unit Weight Disturbed Samples Undisturbed Samples 14 Combined Sieve and Hydrometer 15 Consolidation 16 Consolidation of wet and dry specimen under a 10 psi unit load (correction factor for "k" value) 17 Direct Shear 18 Direct Shear one loading 19 Triaxial Compression 20 Triaxial Compression one loading 21 Unconfined Compression per Test 22 Compression including molding (Soil-Stabilization) per molded specimen 23 Absorption (Soil-Stabilization) 24 Wash loss 160.00 360.00 200. 200 Sieve Combined Sieve and Hydrometer Crushing ~~it Weight. 00 1.. SOil 1 Grading 2 Liquid Limit 3 Plastic Limit 4 Shrinkage Limit 5 Moisture Content 6 Compaction (Proctor) 7 Compaction (Modified) 8 Field Density 9 California Bearing Ratio (CBR) 10 Penetration (CBR).00 500.00 1.00 60.00 640.00 500.00 150.00 1.00 120.080.00 200. At GGREGATES AND SOil-AGGREGATES (For sub-base.00 70.00 170.00 130.00 70.160. base and surface course) 1 2 3 4 Grading Material Finer than No.5.00 100. .00 II.00 120.500.00 2.00 200.300.00 120.00 90.00 50.00 470. loose and Rodded 6 iQuid Limit ( .320. Attachment Page 1 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LABORATORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS NEW RATE OLD RATE KIND OF TEST/SERVICE 2002 I.00 1.00 1.00 360.00 3.00 1060.00 3.560. per molded specimen 11 Swell (CBR) .

570.00 60.00 110.00 Clay Lumps in Aggregates OLD RATE 2002 100.00 200.00 140. 00 110.00 1.160.00 820.00 90.00 1.00 570. HYDRAULIC CEMENT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Fineness by #200 Sieve Specific Gravity Normal Consistency Time of Setting by Gilmore Needles Soundness by Pat Test Soundness by Autoclave Expansion Compressive Strength: 1 day Compressive Strength: 3 days Compressive Strength: 7 days Compressive Strength: 28 days .00 230.00 240. 00 100.00 1.00 70.00 400.00 JII.00 350.00 920.00 90.00 170.00 1060.00 70.00 NEW RATE 120.00 280.00 140. Series of 2006 2.00 340.00 1. 7 days Trial Mix with asphalt for Marshall Particles with specific gravity less than 2.00 200.00 140. Absorption Swell and stability Characteristics a) First Trial b) Each Extra Trial Swell characteristics with bituminous materials % Fractured Face Soundness Organic Impurities Trial Mix (Concrete Design) given cement factor Trial Mix (Concrete Design) given strength: a) First Trial b) Each extra Trial Air Content of Fresh Mixed Concrete Mortar Strength.00 120.00 90.00 110.00 28000 100.00 140.00 200.00 80.00 .00 140.00 100. complete with Laboratory Compacted Density.00 140.00 200.00 160.Department Order No.00 820 00 170.00 680.00 110.00 140.5 Attachment Page 2 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LABORATORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS KIND OF TEST/SERVICE 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Plastic Limit Specific Gravity and Absorption Absorption Specific Gravity Moisture Content Abrasion California Bearing Ratio (CBR) Stripping Triaxial Mix with Asphalt. 1110.00 140.00 110.300.160.00 330.00 280. 00 120.00 70.00 80.00 420.00 990.00 60.00 110.00 880.00 80.00 340.00 470.

00 160.00 160.00 160.00 160.00 90.00 120.00 90.00 150.00 200.00 210.00 280.00 70.00 150.00 270.00 200.Department Order No.00 160.00 160. Tar and petroleum products Storage Stability Specific Gravity Loss on Heating % Bitumen a) Solubility in Carbon Disulfide b) Solubility in Carbon Tetrachloride Spot Test Flash and Fire Point Cement Mixing Sieve Test Modified Miscibility Water Content Stone Coating Settlement Test Residue of Specified Penetration Particle Charger Tester .00 70.00 170.00 IV BITUMINOUS MATERIALS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Penetration Ductility Softening Point Float Test Viscosity Distillation a) Emulsified Asphalt b) Cut-back.00 120.00 280.00 230.00 160.00 310.00 200.00 110.00 150.00 160.00 160.00 160.00 120.00 200.00 160.00 150.00 200.00 150. 25 Series of 2006 Attachment Page 3 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LASORA TORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS KIND OF TEST/SERVICE 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Air Content Loss on Ignition Insoluble Residue Sulfur Trioxide (Cement) Magnesium Oxide Silicon Dioxide Aluminum Oxide Ferric Oxide Calcium Oxide OLD RATE 2002 NEW RATE 110.00 120.00 220.00 120.00 140.00 200.00 160.00 140.00 380.00 220.00 150.00 160.00 280.00 160.00 200.00 200.00 180.00 160.00 380.00 120.00 160.00 460.00 160.00 200.00 230.00 230.

VI.00 330.560.00 970.00 790.00 90.Department Order No.4) Appearance of Paint Film h.00 1.00 2.240.00 250.00 280.00 280.790.00 2.00 90.00 200.00 MATERIALS (CHEMICAL) 1 Lime. 00 800.00 270.220.00 70./ ( ~ NEW RATE BITUMINOUS MIXTURES (Including Rock Asphalt) 1 Extraction 2 Swell and Stability Characteristics with Laboratory Compacted Density and Absorption 3 Density of % Voids of Compacted Mixtures 4 Marshall Stability 5 Field Density 1 OLD RATE 2002 .510.00 140.00 190.00 1.470.2) Softening Point h.00 220.080.00 2.00 230. per constituent b) Loss on Ignition c) Moisture Content d) Residue 2 Premolded Expansion Joint Filler a) Absorption b) Compression and Recovery 3 Paint and Paint Materials: a) Paint composition on ready mixed paint b) Pigment composition each constituent c) Viscosity (Stormer Viscometer) d) Analysis of varnish e) Analysis of Aluminum Pigment f) Analysis of Linseed Oil g) Analysis of Reflectorized (Beaded) Traffic Paints Type I (White) (Yellow) Traffic Paints Type II (White) (Yellow) h) Analysis of Reflectorized Thermoplastic Traffic Paints (White and Yellow) h.00 230.00 120.00 90.00 70.090. Clay Shakes and Slags a) Chemical Analysis.1) Specific Gravity h.00 3.00 110. 00 270. Limestone.860.00 80.5) Tackiness h.00 150.3) Drying Time h. MISCELLANEOUS 220.00 1.00 160.6) Thickness .00 2.00 70.00 2.160.320.00 950.00 1.00 230.00 270.400. Series of 2006 25 Attachment Page 4 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LABORATORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS KIND OF TE~ T/SERVICE V.00 120.00 220.00 1.00 950.00 60.00 270.00 170.00 70.00 140.00 90.00 2.00 790.

00 370.00 100.00 g.00 70.340.00 230.00 230.00 100.00 120.00 120.00 450.00 230.00 230.170.00 500.00 230.00 160.440.8" x 16" c) Flexural strength of concrete beams 6" x 6" in cross-section 2 Cutting of concrete samples to standard sized fOI strenath determination { 970.00 100.0.200.8) Glass Beads Content (%m) 100.00 100.00 220.00 80.00 190.6" x 12" 2. CONCRETE AND CEMENT PRODUCTS 1 Molded concrete samples a) Compressive strength of concrete cubes 6" x 6" b) Compressive strength of concrete cylinders 1.00 1.00 g.7) Vehicle Binder (%m) 410.00 370.00 120.00 190. Flatwall and Quick Dry Enamel 4 Water a) Suitability for Concreting b) Special Determination per Constituents c) pH Test d) Total Solid e) Sulfate f) Chloride 5 Galvanized Iron and Steel Sheets a) Zinc Coating 1.00 180.110.00 120.00 100.00 450.00 h) Red Lead and Red Oxide Primer 1230.00 200.00 190.00 320.00 1.00 190.00 g.00 1020.Department Order No.00 120.00 70.00 90.00 80. For each additional sample b) Gauge Determination c) Bend and Flaking Test 6 Reflective Sheetings a) Thickness b) Adhesion c) Heat Resistance d) Solvent Resistance e) Reflectivity 7 Curing Compound VII.00 I) Latex.500.00 1.00 190.120.00 .9) Glass Beads Grading 1.00 1.00 .00 90. ~ Series of 2006 Attachment Page 5 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LABORATORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS OLD RATE NEW RATE KIND OF TEST/SERVICE 2002 1.00 . For the firstsample 2.250.00 1.100.00 320.00 8.

For each additional standard test specimen NEW RATE 150. per 3 standard test specimen or less 2.00 240.00 c) Over 30" to 42" nominal size 720.00 f) Dimension measurement 70.00 5 Flooring materials a) Flexural Strength 1.00 200.00 150.00 b) OVer 24" to 30" nominal size 550.440.00 of saturation c) Dimension measurement 70.00 e) Strength 1. 4.00 220.00 180.00 120. Slabs 4 cm x 50 cmx 50 cm maximum nominal size per unit 6 Asbestos Cement Sheets a) Flexural Strength 1.00 460.00 2.00 d) Water absorption and moisture content 12000 e) Water absorption and coefficient saturation 160.00 280. Cement tiles 2 cm x 20 em x 20 em nominal size and under par 5-unit sample 2.00 90.00 90. 25 Series of 2006 Attachment Page 6 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LABORATORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS OLD RATE KIND OF TEST/SERVICE 2002 3 Pipes and Rain Test a) Water absorption 120. Corrugated sheets per 3 standard test specimens or less .00 b) Over 10" to 18" nominal size 380.00 120.00 g) flexural strength 120.00 .00 concrete and clay hollow blocks b) Compressive strength 120.00 200.00 90.00 520. Flat sheets. Reinforced a) 24" nominal size and under 430.00 1280. Non-reinforced a) 10" nominal size and under 290.00 200.00 660.00 90.00 150.00 70.00 150.200.00 d) reinforcement measurement 70.00 70.00 350.00 150.00 4 Masonry building units and paving blocks: a) Complete tests for 10-units sample of 1060.00 c) Moisture content 120.00 b) Water absorption with coefficient 160.00 870 00 1. For each additional standard test specimen 3.00 90.Department Order No.00 230.00 d) Over 42" to 60" nominal size 1.

Over 18" to 30" nominal size b) Flexural strength for pipes 8" nominal size and under VIII.00 470.00 650.00 70.00 160.00 280.00 280.00 230.00 780.00 320.00 390. For 3 standard test specimen 2. FERROUS AND NON-FERROUS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS NEW RATE 230.00 100.00 100. 00 280.00 470.00 90.Department Order NO.00 160.00 170. Phosphorous content 3 Steel Pipes a) Hydrostatic test with test pressure over 50 psi up to 1000 psi for pipes 10" nominal size and under b) Dimension measurement .00 280.00 230. 10" nominal size and under 2.00 90.00 390.00 890.00 70. Sulfur content 2. Over 10" to 18" nominal size 3. A . For Plain bars 2.00 90.00 70.00 200.00 390. For Deformed bars b) Tensile properties c) Bending properties d) Deformation measurement e) Variation in weight 2 Cast iron pipes and centrifugally cast pipes a) Hydraulic test cast iron soil pipes b) Hydraulic test with test pressure over 50 pSI up to 1000 psi for pipes 10" nominal size and under c) Flexural strength standard test bars.00 280.00 570.00 70.00 200.e d) Tensile properties prepared standard test specimen e) Dimension Measurement f) Chemical Analysis 1.2 Series of 2006 Attachment Page 7 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LABORATORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS OLD RATE KIND OF TEST/SERVICE 2002 b) Water Absorption 1.00 320.00 140.00 METAL 1 Steel Bars for complete reinforcement a) Complete Test 1.B.00 100.00 740.00 320.00 100.00 570.00 70.00 230.00 230. For each additional standard test specimen 7 Asbestos Cement Pipes a) Crushing strength 1.

00 7000 390.00 2.00 200.00 160.00 320.00 230.00 .00 570. Over 2" up to 3" in nominal size 70.00 200. . !/2" nominal size and under 2.00 200.Department Order No .790. 00 280.00 470.00 90.00 90.00 420.00 570. Over 'Yz" to 1" nominal size g) Dimension measurement 5 Standard Test Specimens and Miscellaneous Metal Products a) Tensile properties of prepared test specimen b) Hardness test.00 570. For each additional specimen c) Impact test.00 470.00 90.00 90.00 160. MISCELLANEOUS MA TERfALS (MECHANICAL) 1 fiber rope a) tensile strength 1. For ropes 1" in nominal size and under 2.00 570.00 570.00 320.00 200.00 470. For the first specimen 2. Over 1" up to 2" in nominal size 3. not over 50 tones capacity g) Chemical analysis per element sulfur h) Reflective Pavement Studs (Flexural Strength) IX.00 280. For the first test specimen 2.00 390.00 70.00 230.320.00 350.00 2.00 470.00 350.00 320. For each additional test specimen d) Wheelborrow check test e) Cast iron manhole frame and cover check test f) Load test.00 160. Izad or Tensile prepared test specimen 1. hydraulic jacks. Brinnel or Rockwell: 1. Charpy.00 420.00 70.25 Series of 2006 Attachment Page 8 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LABORATORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS OLD RATE KIND OF TEST/SERVICE NEW RATE 2002 c) Weight Determination d) Weight of Zinc coating e) Thickness or uniformly of coating by Preece test method 4 Wire and Wire ropes a) Tensile properties for wire from gage 10 up b) Ductility of wire c) Adherence of coating d) Uniformly of coating by Preece Test Method e) Weight of linc coating f) Breaking strength of wire ropes 1.00 230 00 280 00 390.00 200.00 470.00 160.00 160.00 160.00 200.

00 790.460.00 790. Proving rings with loading capacity of 20.00 950.620.00 570.00 6.000 Ibs per range d) Over 200.140.0001bs MISCELLANEOUS 1.710.00 7.000 Ibs per range Additional charges for verification and calibration test performed at location a) Fees while proving rings are in transit or at location per day: 1.00 6.00 4.OOOIbs 3.000 Ibs per range c) Over 20.00 4.490. 00 420. Page 9 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LABORATORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS OLD RATE KIND OF TEST/SERVICE NEW RATE 2002 SPECIAL TESTS X.00 950.000 Ibs up to 20. 1 2 XI.00 320..000 Ibs up to 400.00 1. per day or fraction thereof 4 Concrete Core Drilling a) Rental of equipment.460.00 790. Verification of testing machines by means of standard proving rings: a) Testing machines with capacity range of 2. Proving rings with loading capacity of 2.960.000 Ibs 2.710.Department Order No. fixed charge up ton 100 tons 2 Load Test on Piles.790.5.00 470.00 9. per day or fraction thereof b) Per core drilled .00 950 00 3.00 11.360.00 510.000 Ibs up to 200. fixed charge up to 100 tons 3 Resistivity Test a) Rental of equipment.950. Proving rings with loading capacity of 200.280. Series of 2006 Attachment 2.00 8.00 390.00 3.00 SERVICES 1 Plate Bearing Test andlor Subgrade Modulus Determination (k value Uncorrected).000 Ibs and under per range b) Over 2.

Drilling through a) Ordinary Soil.230. per day d) Plastic bags.00 APPROVED: 111111111111 WI N 6U 00082 .000.740.00 230. Pentel pen. Hole to Hole Transfer.00 6. per box 6.00 50.00 2. per Linear Meter b) Gravel/Rocks.00 6.090.00 1.060. Mobilization 2.00 200. 25 Series of 2006 Attachment Page 10 of 10 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR LABORATORY TESTING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS OLD RATE KIND OF TEST/SERVICE 2002 XII. Miscellaneous Expenses (During Operation) a) Diesel oil for Drilling MachinelWater Pump (per day) b) Diesel/Gasoline for Service Vehicle.00 2.230. per move 5.740.090.Department Order No.00 1.00 1. SUBSURFACE NEW RATE EXPLORA TfON 1. (per day) c) Water Supply Source. per SPT 4.00 5. etc 5. per Linear Meter c) Standard Penetration Test (SPT).280.000.280.00 460.00 1. Core Box. Demobilization 3.00 880.00 1. using DiamondfTungsten bit.