UAP DOCUMENTS

UAP DOCUMENTS I. A. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Philippine Architects Society highest integrity business capacity artistic ability technical ability suspicion unprejudiced impartiality moral public motives conduct sense of moral values ability promotional construction phase contract documents Certificate of Payment 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. eight (8) ten (10) twelve (12) P200.00 five (5) fifteen (15) thirty five (35) eighty five (85) owner P500.00 five (5) ten (10) five (5) fifteen (15) Republic Act 545 Presidential Decree 49 full-time construction inspectors

I. B. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Time technology well-planned soundly constructed aesthetically satisfying financial limitation specialized allied services physical environment consultant civic or charity technical information experience unity civic specialization 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. good faith abstract ideas physical world conferences deliberations discussions evaluations investigations consultations scientific aesthetic orderly man-made sound fifteen (15)

I. C. FILLING IN THE BLANKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Cost of the work Landscape Design Services Acoustic Communication and Electronics Engineering Services Human behavior economic systems laws and regulations tax structures infrastructure utilities P3,000.00 P2,000.00 Comprehensive Planning Services environmental planner comprehensive planning services professional fee plus expenses 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. multiple of direct personal expense construction manager post construction services project management lump sum revolving capital Architects National Code human experience physical world culture national aspirations environment time Pre-Design Services Group 2

I. D. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. pre-design construction specialized allied construction post-construction twenty (20) one (1) one and one half ( 1 ½) eighty five (85) fifty (50) P500.00 contractor or successful bidder surety contractor owner 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. fifteen (15) three (3) highest ethical conduct excellence Board of Architects Architecture contract document Pre-design services Guarantee bond competition code Design Build Services three (3) seventh (7th) Critical Path Method

I. E. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 2. General conditions United Architects of the Philippines (UAP) 3. Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE)

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Philippine Contractor’s Association (PCA) Contract Documents Act of God or Force Majeure work General Contractor UAP Committee on Professional Practice and Ethics Inter-Professional Conference Committee drawings specifications furnish ninety eight (98) specifications

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Special provisions complementary labor and materials equipment transportation install provide fifty meters water light telephone toilet facilities sixty days fifteen (15) Notice to Proceed

I. F. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Design Services/Basic Services adviser periodic visits eighty five (85) ten (10) five (5) instrument of service Cost of expenses summary of cost architect engineer contractor owner fifteen (15) prime professional Full time supervision Construction Management Administration Guaranteed Maximum Cost in-house architect full time supervision 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. construction inspector fifteen (15) fifteen (15) thirty (30) Bid contract Negotiated Contract People client contractor manufacturers, dealers and agents colleagues and subordinates civic moral administrative matters technical matters legal Architecture Construction Pre-design services

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12. 5. thirty (30) fifty (50) twenty (20) ten to fifteen (10-15) fifteen (15) and 12% to 20% Design Competition Percentage of Construction Cost Multiple of direct personal cost seven (7) ten (10) Specialized Allied Post Construction Construction Comprehensive Construction Architectural Programming PD No. 18. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 2. 24. 12. 19. 16. 7. 17. 38. 16. 37. 13. 21. 23. 3. I. Building and Ground Administration Post-Construction Evaluation Architect Architect fifteen (15) ten (10) Breakdown of work and Corresponding Value Proposal bond Contractor Supplementary specification 1% 1 ½% I. 11. 13. 14. 25. 6. 22. 3. 15. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 28. 8. 30. 23. 22. 4. 17. 20. Pre-design services Design Services Specialized Allied Services Construction Services Post-construction services Comprehensive services Design build services Interior Design Acoustics. 34. 29. 7. 10.5. cost control one and one half percent (1 ½%) three percent (3%) Scope of Work . 20. 39. 4. 6. 27. 15. 35. 8. H. 19. 21. 49 “Protection of Intellectual Property”. 7. 11. 6. 33. 8. 26. 40. 32. Communication and electronics engineering Landscape design Physical Planning Comprehensive Planning Building and Equipment Maintenance 14. fifteen Certificate of Payment Certificate of Payment fifteen (15) fifteen (15) once Retention money ten (10) fifty (50) liquidated damages Performance bond five (5) fifteen (15) thirty (30) thirty (30) design services basic services Planning ten to fifteen (10-15) 24. 18. 9. 10. 9. 25. 36. 31. 2. plan program monitor adviser 5. I.

8. 27. 20. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. J. Project management Project manager Cosntruction manager one (1) one and one jalf (1 ½ ) Basic fee six (6) fifteen (15) P500. 21. 11.9. 39. 18. 30. 14. Project construction cost basic services design services Environmental planner town and regional urban renewal 7. 29. 30. 3. 5. 14. 15. 10. 12. master plan Physical planning Comprehensive Planning Services Planning ten (10) . 6. 17. 25. 33. 31. K. 28. lump sum revolving capital Architects National Code Human experience Critical Path Method (CPM) coordinate supervise programs plans schedules monitored quality records change orders payments 16. 26. Architects/Basic Services architect’s fee & manner of payments Pre-Design services construction specialized allied construction post-construction fifty (50) two (2) five(5% ) eighty five (85) fifty (50) P 500. 11. 40. 20. 28. 6. 12. 4. 7. 29. 17. 32. 9.00 contractor or successful bidder surety contractor 25. 22. 36. 27. 23. 2. Owner fifteen (15) three (3) architect contractor project manager consultant construction manager Ethics Ethical conduct people client contractor agents colleagues subordinates I. 10. 26. 8. 11. 24. 24. 16. 9. 5. 34. 22. 15. 3. 18. 13. 37.00 eighty five (85) contract documents ten (10) five (5) fifteen percent (15%) once I. 38. 2. 19. 23. 13. 19. 21. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 10. 4. 35.

29. 13. 2. 16. 24. 15. 19. Republic Act No. 28. 20. 19. 22. 21. Economic Feasibility Study Architectural Programming Certificate of Payment Architect Owner Project Construction Cost Owner Architecture UAP Document No. 9. 30. 2. 4. 24. 22. 33. 5. 9. 200 10. 21. 545 Presidential Decree No.00 fifteen contractor architect Certificate of Payment II. A IDENTIFICATION 1. 18. 11. 7. Standards of Professional Practice Physical Planning Comprehensive Planning Services Environmental Planner Owner Contractor General contractor Project Management . 13. 3. 29. 12. 11. 7. 32. 17. 26. 35. 14.12. 34. 16. fifteen (15) thirty (30) fifty (50) twenty (20) ten (10) fifteen (15) fifteen (15) twelve (12) twenty (20) ten (10) fifty (50) liquidated damages Performance bond 25. fifteen (15) fifteen (15) thirty (30) seven (7) Instruction to bidders Cost plus fixed fee Cost plus percentage fee of cost of the project construction by administration construction by management Guaranteed Maximum Cost Contractor I. 20. 8. 6. unity five (5) ten (10) five (5) fifteen (15) five (5) fifteen (15) thirty five (35) eighty five (85) contractor P500. 26. 13. L. 17. 17. 8. 14. 31. 30. 18. 4. 49 Full time construction inspectors Time Technology Well planned Soundly constructed aesthetically satisfying financial limitation Specialized allied services physical environment consultant civic or charity technical information experience 16. 3. 23. 15. 23. 14. 27. 5. 27. 15. 10. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 25. 6. 12. 28.

24. IDENTIFICATION 1. 17. 5. 16. 2. 14. Design Competition Direct Selection Comparative Selection Professional fee plus expenses Lump sum or fixed fee Mixed Method of Compensation UAP Document No. Breakdown of Work and Corresponding Value Contractor Project Engineer or Superintendent Proposal Bond Performance Bond Supplementary Specifications Written Notice Local laws Advertisement or Invitation to Bidder Contractor Contractor Unit price 15% II. 2. 22. 18. 4. 3. 13. 30. 23. 21. General conditions Contractor Surety Owner Special Provisions Proposal Project Representative Time Limits Bid Bulletin General Conditions Payment Bond Agreement Guarantee Bond Instruction to Bidders Drawings Specifications Special Provisions 18. 13. 11. 21. 12. 25. B. 22. 19. 11. 208 26. 8. 22. Adherence to the principle of Architects National Code of Ethics Architects Code of Ethics United Architects of the Philippines (UAP) General Contractor Cost of Work II. IDENTIFICATION 1. 203 UAP Document No. C. 23. 17. 9. 9. 5. 27. 20. 19.18. 8. 28. 19. 24. 27. 26. 24. 12. 7. 6. 4. Bid bulletin Turn Key Lump Sum Owner Working Drawings Proposal Install Bid bulletin Furnish Contractor Material Man General conditions Work Time limit . 15. 26. 21. 27. 16. 20. 29. 25. 6. Contractor Owner Architect Retention fee Guarantee Bond Certificate of Payment Surety Arbitration Liquidated Damages Architect Arbitration Owner Seven percent (7%) Ten percent (10%) 15. 7. 28. 10. 20. 14. 23. 3. 29. 30. 10. 28. 25.

Act of God or Force Majeure 30. Specifications II. 20. 4. 13. 15. 30. 29. Schematic Design Phase Design Development Phase Contract Document Phase Contract Document Phase Construction Phase Architect Certificate of Payment Architect Full-time supervision Per dien and travelling expenses Owner Owner Project Construction Cost Comprehensive planning Environmental planning Full-time supervision 17. 24. 6. 16. 14. 23. 22. 19. 18. Request for Payment Retention fee Liquidated damages Contract Price Escalation Clause Negotiated Contracts Architect As-built plans Feasibility Studies Specifications Owner Basic fee January 17. 6. IDENTIFICATION 1. 27. 10. 14. 15. E. Guarantee Bond 1 ½ % or 3% 2% TO 5% Administrative Contract Management Contract Guaranteed maximum and percentage on savings Lump sum Contract Schedule of Detailed Engineering Activities Agency estimates Bid/Tender Documents Program of Work Invitation to bidders Bid bulletins Bid bond Performance Bond 16. 2. 12. D. 19. 1975 Percentage of Construction Cost Multiple of Direct Personal Expense Method Professional fee plus expenses II. 7. 27. 12. 25. 30. Physical Planning Arbitration Cost of Work Contractor Lump Sum Contract Unit price contract Cost plus fixed fee contract Cost and percentage fee of cost of project Construction manager Project Manager Contractor Request for payment Design by Administration seven percent (7%) . 5. 26. 2. 24. 28. 29. 5. 18. 9. 9. 10. 25. 26. 21. 21. 11. 22. 3. 11. 17. 7. 28. 20. 3. 8. 13. IDENTIFICATION 1.29. 8. 23. 4.

5. 28. 13. 25. 16. 15. 19. 24. 2. 28. 22. 22. 7. G. 9. False (construction phase not design development phase . TRUE OR FALSE 1. 12. Administration Contract Management contract Guaranteed Maximum Plus participation Savings Contractor Physical Planning seven (7) ten (10) Project Management Project Manger Comprehensive Planning Services Physical Planning Project Construction Cost Breakdown of Work and Corresponding Value III. 2. IDENTIFICATION 1. 19. A. 11. 27. 18. 24. 14. 2. 15. Architect Arbitration Architect Contractor Owner Architect Retention Guarantee Bond Instruction to Bidders Bid bond Advertisement/Invitation to Bid Bid bulletin Turnkey Lump sum contract Unit price contract Cost plus fixed fee contract Cost plus percentage fee for cost of payment 18. 14. 30. 20. 26. 8. F. 10. 23. 30. 17. 21. 10. 3. Owner Working drawings Proposal Install Bid Bulletin Furnish Contractor Material man General condition Work Time Limit Force Majeure Specification Surety Arbitration Liquidated damages 17. 20. 27. 26. 7. 5. 9. 4. 8.II. 11. 6. 16. 29. 12. 25. 13. False (does not include) False (is not required) 3. 21. Lump-sum Per diem plus reimburseable expense Subcontractor Contractor Manufacturers six percent (6%) seven percent (7%) ten percent (10%) eight percent (8%) twelve percent (12%) fifteen (15%) Design services or Basic services Pre-design service Contract Time II. IDENTIFICATION 1. 4. 3. 23. 6. 29.

30. B. 10. 6. 14. 8. 29. 26. 25. 2. 27. 7. 5. 11. 13. 26. True False (prohibited) True False 5. False (are binding) True True . 19. 28.C. 24. 22. 16. TRUE OR FALSE 1.4. 18. 2. 15. 19. False (Design Development Phase) True False (Architect not owner) False (Architect not Contractor) False (not required) False (owner not architect) True False (not responsible) False (Specialized Allied Services) False (Owner not Architect) False (not part) False (Comprehensive Planning not Physical Planning) False (before) True (necessarily) (required) III. 6. 7. 20. 29. 23. 21. 8. 30. True True False True False False False True False False True False True False True True 17. 3. 12. 10. 25. 7. 28. 5. 9. 4. 14. False (Guarantee bond not payment bond) False (Liquidated Damages not Adjustment claim) True True False (not responsible) False (architect not contractor) True False (Advertisement/Invitation to Bidders not proposal) False (Payment bond not Proposal Bond) True False True False 17. 3. 21. False (bid bulletin not Instruction to bidders) True False (Schedule of Materials and Finishes) True True False (contractor not architect) False (owner not contractor) False (does not include) True False (not required) False (Architect not owner) True False (False (is entitled) True III. 9. TRUE OR FALSE 1. 22. 12. 13. (bid) (Performance Bond) (guarantee bond) (required) (before 18. 4. 16. 23. 20. 11. 15. 24. 6. 27.

6. 25.8. 7. 15. 25. 4. 3. 18. 5. 14. E. 28. 30. 10. 26. 19. 12. 10. 24. 13. 21. 22. 9. 6. 16. 11. 11. 15. 9. 27. 22. 29. 13. 13. 26. 7. 24. 27. 30. 12. 9. 20. 17. 23. 14. 5. 8. 3. True True False True True True False True True True False False True (architect not the owner) (could be a member) (contractor not architect) (he shall be paid) III. 12. 20. 31. 23. 10. False (not including Architect’s fee) False (Specialized Allied Services not Comprehensive Planning) False True False (unlawful even for architect) True True False (shall not relieve) True True 18. TRUE OR FALSE 1. False True False False True False True True True False False False True False True False (does not include) (not required) (Architect not owner) (is entitled) (Group 4 not 2) (Group 3 not 4) (Group 2 not 5) (7% not 4 %) (not required) III. False (shall not be construed) True False (contractor not architect) False (has no legal responsibility) True True False (Group I not Group 2) 8. 28. D. 4. True False (Group 5 not Group 4) True True True False (specialized Allied Services not Pre-design services) True . TRUE OR FALSE 1. 29. 17. 11. 2. 19. 21. 14. 2. False True False (not accurate) True False (not included) True True False (cannot affix) True False (shall not avail) True True False (paid by the owner not by the Architect) True 16.

TRUE OR FALSE 1. 24. 18. 29. 22. 2. 8. 19. TRUE OR FALSE 1. 4. 16. 11. F. 10. G.15. 15. 13. 12. 3. True False (Certificate of Payment not Payment bond) True True True True False (Specialized Allied Services) True True True True False True False (is entitled) False (by the architect not the owner) 16. 25. 10. 24. False (is not concerned) False (does include) False (both) False True False False False (only 5 sets) False (he shall be paid for the work done) True False (not accurate) True True False True III. 27. 12. 21. 3. 19. 15. True False (shall not be construed) True True True False (specification not drawings) True False (duplicate not triplicate) III. 21. 6. 22. 6. 26. 17. True False False True True False (can stop the work) False False (is prohibited) False True True . 14. 23. False (has no legal responsibility) False (cannot) False (shouldered by the contractor) True False False False (only cure or charity projects) False 9. 26. 30. 14. 30. 16. 7. 13. 5. 28. 5. 18. 17. 11. 29. 18. 25. 17. 28. 9. 20. 7. 20. 8. 19. 4. 27. 2. True True True True False (could be a member) True True False (five percent not ten percent) 23.

85% of the fee 16. 22. 11. 20. 21. 9. 13. 7. MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. 23. 25. 29. 21. 11. 19. 29. 10. False True False True True True IV. 23.20. False True True False (hired by the owner. 15. 30. A MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. 27. 12.contract development a . 27. 17. 25. 6. 13. 28.contract document phase b . 24.liquidated damages c . 14. 4. 26.guarantee bond d . 21. 15. 14. 17. a d d b b a b a b b d a b b a architect owner none of the foregoing architect contractor architect architect architect contractor contractor conceptual plans specifications estimate supervision proposal 16. 18. c . 12. 4. 24.5% .general conditions a . 22.supplementary specifications d . 3. 19. b d c c a c c c b a c a c a d contractor pre-design services Board of Architecture 5 sets architect contract documents architect structural design 5 sets owner owner interior design 35% 10% contractor IV. 9.15 days b .specification c . 8. 24.Bid bulletin b . 10.7% b . recommended by the architect) False (hired by the owner. 8. 3. 28. 7. c a b a b a a a c b a c a b 50% owner quotation specification arbitration time limit liquidated damages project financing construction phase physical planning construction management Building and equipment maintenance socio-cultural component 2% . 5. 26. 5. 23. 28. 29.contractor a . 26. 6. 18. 2. 27.10% b . recommended by the architect) 25. B. 30.furnish b . 22. 20. 2.pre-design services b .

Space/Management Studies 7. Economic Feasibility Studies 2.Philippine Institute of Architects 2. Three architectural organization integrated into one association called the United Architects of the Philippines. LPA . Professional Regulation Commission E. The several activities that fall under Pre-Design Services are: 1. Have the sole power of interpreting the provisions of the Architects National Code 1. Two divisions of the Architect’s National Code 1. Drawings B. Project Financing 3. b - 85% V. PIA . Specialized Allied Services 4. Design Services 3.League of Philippine Architects 3.30. Special Provisions 4. General Conditions 3. Site Utilization and Land Use Studies 6. Design Build Services F.Association of Philippine Government Architects D. The entire range of architect’s services are divided into seven major services as follows: 1. Construction Services 5. Post-construction Services 6. Pre-Design Services 2. 1. The Architect renders services whose sequence come in four phases . National Board of Directors of UAP 2. Site Selection and Analysis 5. The contract consists of the following documents 1. ENUMERATION A. Standards of Professional Practice C. Promotional Services G. Code of Ethics Conduct 2. Specifications 5. Comprehensive Architectural Services 7. Architectural Programming 4. APGA . Agreement 2. Board of Architecture 3.

4. Schematic Design Phase Design Development Phase Contract Document Phase Construction Phase H. Legal and Administrative component J. Economic Component 3. Architect and his engineer consultants 3. Building and equipment maintenance 2. The design and building construction process is undertaken by four principal members namely: 1. Contractor 4. Design build by administration 2. Comprehensive Planning I. Post-Construction Evaluation L. Interior Design 2. 2. the following components are to be considered: 1. Three basic methods of selection available to client seeking the services of an architect: 1. Building and ground administration 3. Under the direct selection method. Some of the services of the architect in post-construction services are: 1. The owner 2. Landscape design 4. Personal acquaintance or recommendation of a friend 3. In the formulation of the Mater Development Plan. Socio-Cultural component 4. the clients selects his Architect on the basis of: 1. Design build on guaranteed maximum cost M. Physical Planning 5.1. Recommendation of a former client . 3. Comparative Selection 3. Physical Component 2. Communication and Electronic Engineering 3. Design competition N. Acoustic. the individual or group of individuals who assist on the supervision and delivery of the work K. Transport component 5. Reputation 2. Two ways to undertake design build services: 1. Design services which fall under specialized allied services are 1. Direct Selection 2.

Appraisal Report 6. Design concept by the architect/engineer 3. materials. Technical specifications 8. Site planning analysis and evaluation report 9. Functions of Construction services includes .4. Civil work plans 7. produces documents in the forms of 1. Feasibility Studies 4. Economic and administrative including the science of management and resources. Architectural program 3. Other bid documents Q. Operational programming report 10. Building programming and scheduling report R. Two copies of the summary of all cost of labor. the following components: 1. services. The 3-D wheel of a building project 1. The architect in the process of translating abstract ideas into meaningful concrete terms. the owner shall furnish the architect the following: 1. Delivery system by the contractor T. Impact analysis report 7. P. Recommendation of another architect O. A complete and detailed documentation of construction or erection drawings prepared by the architect shall consists of the following: 1. fixtures and all items used at and for the completion of the construction. Two copies of records of expenses being incurred on the construction 2. equipments. Physical planning in approach through a mechanism which integrates in time and space. Structural plans 3. Space-organizational set-up report 8. Market Study 5. During the progress of work. S. Social. Mechanical/air conditioning plans 6. Electrical plans 4. Architectural plans 2. Data base report 2. Decision to build by the owner 2. concerned with the condition of people 3. Physical pertaining to the world of material things 2. Plumbing/sanitary plans 5.

Building and Equipment maintenance 2. planning and scheduling of all construction groups involved in the project. Design Phase 3. Design build on guaranteed maximum cost W. Scope of Work 2. Coordinates and supervises all construction groups involved in the project. Project Construction Cost 6. U. Recommends the general contractor and specialty trade contractors that would work with the Construction team. Architects basic services 3. Owner’s Responsibilities 5. Approves methods and system of construction 4. Owner architect agreement should at least include 1. Reviews all change orders and payments prior to approval of Owner 7. Upon the signing of the agreement a minimum payment equivalent to five (5) percent. The scope of comprehensive architectural services are as follows: 1. Prepares PERT CPM and Cash Flow 6. Post Construction services includes 1. Building Administration V. Cost Records 11. Quality control of work and keeping of records. Payments to the Architects in fraction of the full fee according to the four phases of services based on the architect’s basic services. Full time supervision 9. Post-Construction Services X. Upon completion of the Contract Document Services and the awarding of beds – 85% Y. Programming. 5. 2. 1.1. Other expenses chargeable to the owner 8. Design and placement of signs 12. Specialized Allied Services 4. Ownership of documents . Architects fee and manner of payments 4. 2. Upon completion of the Schematic Design Services 15% 3. Design build services can be performed by the architect in two ways: 1. Construction Services 5. 3. Pre-Design services 2. Design build by administration 2. Estimates 10. Basic fee and basic rate 7.

Descriptive names of equipments. By unit prices stipulated in the contract or subsequently agreed upon. The value of extra work or change shall be determined in any one or more of the following ways: 1. Kinds of materials and finishes D. materials and classified item numbers. Committee on governmental and external affairs 3. Committee on private practice 2. Committee on internal affairs C. Vice-Chairman 3. Committee on Education 4. . Members B. By actual direct cost plus 15% for contractor’s profit overhead and contractor’s tax. manufacturers. 3. Successors and assigns arbitration Z. The Executive Committee of the UAP organization aside from the President. The UAP standing committee are under the supervision of four commissions namely 1. Necessary details. Shop drawings shall be numbered consecutively and represent 1. ENUMERATION A. his client 3. All working and erection dimensions 2. and agents 5. B.13. the people 2. provided the extra or credit does not exceed 25% of original contract of the particular work involved 3. contractor 4. colleagues and subordinates IV. Arrangement and sectional views 3. location at which materials or equipment are to be installed in works. E. including complete information for making connection with other work. 14. 4. name of the project 2. Secretary and Treasurer is composed of: 1. The Architects Code of Ethical Conduct involves the architect’s responsibilities to: 1. dealers. Chairman 2. Shop drawings shall be dated and contain the following: 1. By estimate and acceptance in a lump sum 2.

The UAP Charter Documents contains the following: 101 PRC Accreditation Documents 102 Directory of General Membership 103 Constitution and By-Laws 104 Election Code 105 Uniform Charter and By-Laws 106 Policy Manual 107 UAP College of Fellow Contractors and By-Laws 108 Award manual I. Reasons for the delay in the mobilization and/or in the progress of his work for reasons attributable to the owner are: 1. Delayed in the prosecution or completion of the work by the act. By strikes or lockouts 3. By an act of God or Force Majeure H. or default of the Owner or any other contractor employed by the Owner on the work 2. Movements on work executed by the Owner which interfere with the progress of the Contractor’s work 3. The Contractor will be allowed an extension of time based on the following conditions: 1. Delayed decisions and other matters thereto G. Owner supplied materials not arriving on time 2. delay. The UAP Standard of Contract Documents contain the following: UAP Documents: 301 General Conditions 302 Special Provisions 303 Invitation to Bid 304 Invitation to Bidders 305 Proposal forms 306 Breakdown of work and corresponding Value 307 Specifications . The UAP Documents on Professional Practice and Ethics contain the following: 200 Code of Ethical Conduct 201 Pre-Design Services 202 Design Services 203 Specialized Allied Services 204 Construction Services 205 Post-Construction Services 206 Comprehensive Services 207 Design Built Services 208 Selection of Architects and Method of Compensation 209 Competition Code J. neglect.F.

A. FILL IN THE BLANKS . UAP Standard Contract Documents contain the following: 401 Owner-Architect Agreement 402 Owner-General Contractor Agreement 403 Owner-Specialty Trade Contractor Agreement 404 General Contractor – Specialty Trade Contractor Agreement 405 Owner-Project Management Agreement 406 Owner-Construction Management Agreement L. Administration UAP DOCUMENTS I. 4. UAP Inter Professional Documents contain the following: UAP Documents: 501 Circular of Information on Architectural and Allied Engineering Services and feeds 502 Architect-Structural Engineering Agreement 503 Architect-Electrical Sanitary and Mechanical Engineering Agreement. 2. Types of Construction Contracts 1. Five methods of compensation for the architect 1. Percentage of Construction Cost Multiple of direct personnel expenses Professional fee plus expenses Lump sum or Fixed fee Per diem plus reimburseable expenses O. Cost plus percentage fee of cost of project 5.K. M. 3. Unit Price contract 3. 5. Cost plus fixed fee contract 4. UAP Professional Services Manual contain the following: UAP Documents: 601 Architectural Programming 602 Feasibility Studies 603 Site Selection and Analysis 604 Site Utilization and Land Use 605 Space Management Students 606 Promotional Studies 607 Estimating Guide for Architects N. Lump Sum Contracts 2.

13) ___________________. the project would require ___________________ activities in order to generate financial support and acceptance from governing agencies or from the general public. laboratories and gymnasiums P. 20-21. the minimum basic fee is ______________ percent. The Architect makes periodic visits to the project site to familiarize himself with the general progress and quality of the work and to determine whether the work is proceeding in accordance with the _____________________. _________________. 17. mechanical and electrical design and research such as aquariums. the minimum basic fee . In some cases. 12) _________________. clarifications or explanations on technical matters pertaining to his profession. Where the Architect is engaged to render opinion or give advise. 2-5. The profession of Architecture calls for men of the 2) _________________. For structures of exceptional character and complexity of design or requiring comparatively large amount of structural. _________________ was the first architectural association organized in the Philippines. 5) __________________. These duties and responsibilities cannot properly discharged unless his 11) __________________.1. For residences (single detached or duplex). 3) 6-14. 19. and 21) ____________________ percent for monumental building and other facilities requiring consummate design skill and much precise building. in preparing abstract of bids and in awarding and preparing construction contracts. he shall determine the amount owing and due to the contractor and shall issue corresponding _____________________.50 million or less project Construction Cost. An architect’s honesty of purpose must be above 6) _________________. he has 9) _________________ responsibilities to his professional associates and subordinates. 22. 16. 15. he acts as a professional adviser to his client and his advice must be 7) ________________. 14) __________________ such as command respect and confidence. Under the __________________ of the Architect’s Regular Services. and he is engaged in a profession which carries with it grave responsibilities to the 10) _________________. the Architect shall assist the Owner in obtaining proposals from Contractors. 4) ___________________. small apartment houses and town houses the basic minimum fee of the Architect shall be 20) _________________ percent of the Project Construction Cost. he is charged with the exercise of judicial functions as between client and contractor and must act with entire 8) _________________. 18. Based on the Architect’s observations and Contractor’s Applications for Payment.

B. 1950 and of 34) _________________ on the “Protection of Intellectual Property” issued on November 14. Once the Architect has completed the Contract Documents Phase of his services. a compensation in the amount of ______________ percent of the Construction Cost of the work. cabinets. 28. The ________________ shall make partial payments during each of the various stages of the Architect’s Work. The Architect shall furnish the Owner ________________ sets of Drawings. 24) ________________ percent upon submission of the Schematic Design to the Owner. 27. and other terms of similar nature. FILL IN THE BLANKS . Specifications and other Contract Documents. 33-34. 25) ________________ percent of the Basic Feed upon submission of the Design Development and 26) _______________ percent upon submission of the Contract Documents. 23-26. 35. upon request of the Architect provided that such payments are within the framework of the manner of payments. The ownership of documents of the Architect is in pursuance with the pertinent provisions of 33) __________________ promulgated on June 17. covered walks. Upon recommendation of the Architect and with the approval of the Owner ____________ will be deemed necessary shall be engaged and paid for by the Owner. grottos. The architect shall receive 23) ________________ percent of the compensation for basic services upon the signing of agreement. the Owner shall pay the Architect in addition to the minimum basic fee. 29. Should the Owner require the Architect to design or plan movable or fixed pieces of furniture. 30-31. I. the remaining fifteen percent of his work is broken down as follows: 30) _______________ % for the Architect’s liability under the Civil Code and 31) _______________% for the Construction Phase Service which includes preparation of contract document forms and periodic visits during the construction.chargeable shall not be less than __________________ per hour subject to increase depending on the extent and coverage of service required. A per diem of not less than ________________ plus traveling and living expenses shall be chargeable to the Owner in any occasion where the Architect or his duly authorized representative shall be required to perform services at a locality beyond the radius of 100 kilometers from his established office. pools. 32. landscaping. 1972.

perfected.1-2. 26) ________________. 23) _____________. The Architect shall unselfishly give his share in the interchange of 11) ________ and 12) __________ among his colleagues and young aspirants and do his part in fostering 13) ___________ in the fellowship of the profession. transformed into sets of space/design requirements. 20) _________. Between 17) ______________ and the 18) _______________ stands the Architect. 8. 21) __________. 15. The Architect’s relation to his client is depended upon ________________. The Architect’s main responsibility to his client is to produce a structure that will house the activity it was intended for. used and become a permanent feature of the ________________ environment. 19-27. 28. translated into structure through design. The Architect’s responsibility to society is to make sure that not the structure alone but also its ____________________ can enhance the lives of all people. The Architect is engaged in a profession which carries with it ___________ responsibilities towards the public. . 22) _____________. and 27) _____________ coordination of all the processes of safeguarding life. 9. 11-13. Under the Interior Design Services the fee of the Architect includes the fee of the ________________ working with the Architect. The Architect shall not mislead the public through advertisements. 3-6. 5) ____________ and within the 6) _______________ of the project. The spectrum of the Architect’s services extends over the entire range of activities that proceed from the time the idea is concerned. that is 3) ____________. built. signs or printed matter citing his professional _____________ unless such qualifications are will known facts or sanctioned by professional consensus and years of experience. 4) ___________. 16. 7. Design services needed within and outside the building which require specialization fall under ___________________. 14. advice on matters affecting the 25) ____________. health and property which enter into the production of different levels and sophistications of manmade structures and environment. complement or supplement the necessary services for a building project. 17-18. 10. 24) _____________. The Architect shall not rendered professional services without compensation except for small ____________ projects. 1) _______________ and 2)__________________ have moved to a level where other allied professions are needed to complete. The Architect’s services consist of the necessary 19) _________.

utilities and other items which were either designed. 7) ______________. Throughout history. 12. 6) ______________. cities. specified or procured by the Architect and his Consultants for the Owner. 9) _________________ and on the whole everything that will have a bearing on the project. I. implementing strategies to arrive at the Mater Development Plan is function of the architect under ________________. 13-14. 30. The preparation of concept development plans. communication and electronic engineering services shall be from 10% to ______________% of the cost of the work depending on the magnitude and complexity of the work required by the project. trees and other plants. The fee for acoustic. 10-11. 15-16. ___________________ means the total cost of all equipments. Under ______________ the Architect prepares schedule of shrubs. the city’s 8) _________________. he has to study 4) ___________ and activities. Subdivision planning for housing on properties within Metro Manila. 3. he is qualified as the 13) _____________________ and leader of the multi-disciplinary team to offer 14) _____________________. Due to the growing complexity of construction projects. that were used or installed in the project. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. one of the limiting criteria in building design has been the need to control ________________ in an enclosed space. 2. If the Architect is commissioned to do physical plans for a specified site. 4-9. . there is a need to have more affective cost control and faster projects implementation scheme and the __________________ has emerged to fill this need in the construction. In the specialized service of comprehensive planning. look into the city’s 5) ________________ its. Since the architect. regional centers and provincial capitals the basic rate for the firs 100 hectares or less is 10) ______________ per hectare and 11) _________________ per hectare for housing on properties located on other localities .29. Under ______________ the Architect prepares specifications of electronic equipment. 17. with experience in planning has the social commitment and technical experience as coordinator of several disciplines. C. policies. the Architect shall be compensated for by two methods namely 15) ______________________ and 16) ______________________.

The Architect creates man’s environment through his awareness and sensitive handling of spaces that fit the scale of 23) _______________. D. The involvement of the Architect in _______________ helps maintain the necessary channel of communications between the designers and the end users. 6. 5. The Architect’s objective is to bring order to man’s 27) ___________________ to cause it to functions properly within a structure that is safe and healthful and to impart to the whole a beauty and distinction that is appropriate to our 28) ______________.18. 4. 3. Space/Management Studies in an activity that falls under ________________. how whole societies will work. 20-21. 22. Architectural programming is an activity of _______________ services. recreate. The Architect’s deliberation determine how people will be placed in relationship to one another. The ________________ defines all aspects of professional service. I. . 27-28. The Architect does not advance any amount to buy materials or pay labor but instead a 21) _________________ is given by the client to the Architect at the start of the construction. Construction management is an activity of __________________ services. The resulting quality of the formenvelope manifested as structure or building given rise to man’s appreciation of beauty and order in his 24) _________________ . Building and ground administrations an activity of ______________ services. Construction phase is an activity of _________________. play. The fee of the Architect for Design Build Services on a Guaranteed Maximum Cost is by 20) _________________ amounts scheduled to follow the progress of the Project. sleep. eat. prescribes the minimum basic fee relative to each phase of service and thereby establishes the rights and obligations of both the Architect and his client. 25-26. 23-24. FILL IN THE BLANKS: 1. travel. Interior design is an activity of ________________ services. When the Owner hires an Architect or a firm to coordinate the whole range of Comprehensive Architectural Services this constitute. For interior design services the architect shall be paid __________% of the fee upon submission of the final design. 2. 19. 30. worship or in short how people will live in consonance with their 25) _________ and 26) ____________.

9. It is one of the objectives of the UAP to establish and promote the 18) _________ standards of 19) ____________ and 20) _________________ in the practice and service of the architectural profession. space and materials results from the application of the skills of many people. 25. 11. 21. 12. When the owner fails to implement the plans and documents for construction as prepared by the architect. 23. 13. The architect as a project manager is compensated 7) __________________ of 8) _________________ of the estimated cost of project. 14. he shall furnish a ________________. 16. 22. 15. Information to help establish a lot lines. restrictions. To guarantee the quality of materials and equipments installed. Another UAP objective is to cooperate with the _____________ and other government agencies. Preparation of shop drawing shall be the sole responsibility of the ___________. ______________ is the blending of aesthetics. 17. The release of 10% retention by the owner shall be done after ___________ months from the date of final payment. compensation for services should be increased by ____________ % of the basic fee. 10. The ____________ is the person. The third phase of an architect’s regular services is ________________ phase. A ______________ is a person or firm whose construction proposal has been accepted and to whom the contract is awarded. and a bench mark shall be the responsibility of the ____________________. 24. Any claim for adjustment involving questions of facts must be asserted within ________ days from the date the change is ordered. . the workmanship performed by the contractor. The minimum fee per appearance of an architect when rendering services as an expert witness shall be _______________ pesos. For alterations and additions of existing structures belonging to group 1 and 5.7-8. functions. firm or corporation who executes a contractor’s bond. 18-20. Project financing is an activity that falls under _____________ services. the architect is entitled to receive ______________% of his fees.

UAP Document No. 3) __________________. and stipulates conditions for the implementation of the work by the Contractor which are fair to both the Owner and the Contractor. The _______________ as one of the contract documents defines the relationship among the Owner. transportation or other facilities necessary to commence and complete the construction called for in the contract. The General Conditions is based on the standard concept of practice in the building profession by which the Architect performs his services as the prime professional commissioned by the Owner to design and supervise a project which will be implemented by a _________________. 301 is prepared by the 9) _______________________ and 10) _______________________ embodies provisions pertaining to the responsibilities of the Architect to his Client. The term _______________ of the Contractor or Sub-Contractor includes labor or materials or both as well as equipment. 49 UAP document 209 is called the 26) ________________ while UAP document 207 refers to 27) _______________ . review.26-27. The _________________ consists of the documents including all additions. The task for the compilation. and modifications incorporated therein before the execution of the Contract. the Architect and the Contractor and stipulates the norms by which the contractor shall perform his work. 30. for approval the Schedule of Construction work in ________________ form or any other forms acceptable to the Architect indicating the approximate date each item will be started and completed. 28. Computation of Contract Time shall commence on the ____________ day from receipt of the Notice to Proceed. I. in accordance with his schedule. editing and printing of the General Conditions was given to representatives coming from 2) ___________________. 29. The contractor shall submit _____________ sets of prints of shop drawings to the Architect for approval. cyclone and other cataclysmic phenomena of nature and all misfortunes and accidents which human prudence could not foresee or prevent. A __________________ includes an earthquake. typhoon. and 4) ____________________. E. 8. unless otherwise stipulated in the contract and every calendar day following shall be counted as working day. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. deletions. the equipment to be used and number of men to be employed to complete it. . The Contractor shall submit. 2-4. 7. flood. 9-10. 6. 5.

24-27. mount in positions. The word __________________ shall be understood to mean furnish and install. . and 27) _____________ for the use of the architect. The Contactor shall at all times provide and maintain adequate weathertight temporary office with 24) ______________. the provisions of the ________________ shall control. Other concepts of professional services and manners of implementing construction which require different provisions are stipulated in a separate document called ____________________ or UAP Document No. and tear expected) within the period of 28) ________________ after the issuance of the Certificate of Completion or within 29) _________________ days after its expiration as a result of an inspections. inspectors. The Contractor shall execute at his own expense all work necessary for making good of known defects. 25) ______________. If there be variance between the Drawings and Specifications. 14. contactor and sub-contractors.11-12. 28-29. The intention of the Documents is to include all 18) _____________________. 23. 17. The intent of the 11) _________________ and the 12) __________________ is to prescribe the complete work that the contract is to undertake to comply with the contract. 26) _____________. wear. 19) _____________________ and 20) _____________________ necessary for the proper execution of the work. The word _____________ shall be understood to mean purchase and/or fabricate and deliver to the jobsite or other location when so designated. made by or on behalf of the Architect prior to its expiration. resident engineers. The Contract Documents are ________________ and what is called for by any one shall be as if called for by all. The word _________________ shall mean to build in. 302. 16. 22. 21. Substantial completion shall mean that the value of the work completed shall not be less than _____________ percent of the contract amount and that the remaining unfinished work shall be a minor nature only. 18-20. 15. 13. imperfections or faults (fair. connect or apply any object specified ready for the intended use. All trees and other plans that need to be transplanted elsewhere within _________ from the building lines shall be done by the Contractor at his own expense in accordance with instructions from the Architect of from the authorities.

18-19. whether executed or not. prepared and furnished by the Architect. The remaining percentage of his work is broken down as 5) ________________ % for the Architect’s liability under the Code. Once the Architect has completed the Contract Documents Phase of his services. equipment and grounds maintenance and administration. models. F. it means that 4) _______________% of his work has been done. 15. fixtures and all items upon the completion of the project. materials. 14. and are called ______________________. . 4-6. specifications and copies of them. 20. _____________________ and _____________________ are two main services of the Architect under Construction Services. 16-17. All designs. The four principal members of the design and construction process: 10) _______. 11) _________.31. 3. services. and 6) __________________% for the construction phase service which includes preparation of contract documents forms and periodic visits during construction. The architect. 2. 9) __________________ is a record furnished by the Owner to the Architect for all labor. When the Architect is hired to undertake building. Two ways to undertake Design-Build Services: _____________________ and _______________________. 12) ___________ and 13) _____________. When the Architect has several Consultants in the allied professions as part of his team in rendering specialized allied services. Following the execution of the contract agreement by the Owner. he is called the ________________. 10-13. 8-9. I. in regular practice. normally acts as his client’s or the owner’s ________________. The average fee of the Architect for rendering specialized allied services is ____________% of the cost of work. __________________ also known as the Architect’s regular services. equipment. he is also called ____________________. are the property of the architect. 8) _______________ is a record furnished by the Owner to the Architect during the progress work. The architect shall only be required to make _________________ to the project site to familiarize himself with the general progress and quality of the work in accordance with the Contract Documents. 7. drawings. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. written __________________ with the work shall be given to the contractor.

The 21) _____________________ and 22) _______________________ may be hired either by the owner or the construction manager to work under the latter. The Architect is engaged in a profession which carries with it _______________ responsibilities towards the public. _______________ is the blending of aesthetics. 2-3. The Construction Supervision Group is responsible to the Owner on 35) _______ matters. 29) __________________. 2) __________________ prepares at his own expense and submits promptly shop drawings and work schedules to the 3) ______________________ who makes desired corrections. It does not have any 37) _____________ responsibility as far as the Civil Code is concerned. 30) __________________. he shall give the architect written notice within ___________ days after the receipt of such instruction. The Architect’s relation to his client carries with it certain ________________ obligation to his client and to himself. space and materials results from the application of the skills of many people. functions. If the contractor claims that any instructions by drawings or other wise involve extra cost under the contract. An advance payment equivalent to ___________% of the total contract price may be requested by the Contractor to cove average operating expenses for two months. 34. 26) ___________________ and 27) ____________________ are two ways of awarding a contract. 35-37. G. . 40. 33. 28-32. and responsible to the Architect and design Engineers on 36) ___________ maters.21-22. 24-25. 31) __________________ and 32) ___________________. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. I. 38. No award of contract shall be made to a bidder whose bid price is more than 24) ____________________% higher or 25) __________________ % lower than AAE. 26-27. 39. The third phase of an architect’s regular services is _________________ phase. 23. Project financing is an activity that falls under __________________ services. The five responsibilities of the Architect under the Code of Ethical Conduct 28) __________________.

equivalent to 16) ___________ of the Contract price in the form of cash or check. 15) _________________ a bond posted by the contractor to guarantee the faithful execution of work under the contract. 17-18. economic and administrative components and as such requires the expertise and knowledge of other specialists. 19. social. 11) ________________ amount retained equivalent to 12) ________________% from every progress payment until 13) ________________% of the value of the works have been completed. 7. 4) __________________ certifies and approves the Request for Payment by the Contractor within 5) _________ days after receipt and issues a 6) ___________.4-6. 10. . 23. 20-21. 11-13. The architect’s Regular Services is also called the architect’s 20) _____________ or 21) __________________. The fee for landscape design services shall be from _________% to _________% of the cost of work. No award of contract shall be made to a bidder whose bid price is more than 17) _________________% higher or 18) __________________ % lower than the Approved Agency Estimate. 14. 9. Within ________ days from the receipt of the Notice of Award. _________________ includes the value of work accomplished by the Contractor during the period covered by the certificate and recommendations to the owner for payment in an amount decided by the architect to be due. The owner shall pay in advance to the contractor ___________% of the total contract price as operating expenses for two months. This bond is returned after the final acceptance of the project. The contractor submits within ____________ days from the receipt of the Notice to proceed the Contract Sum Breakdown. the successful bidder shall execute the contract with the owner. 15-16. 22. 8. __________________ calls for a detailed study of physical. plus any time extension duly granted. The contractor pays for _____________ when he fails or refuses to satisfactorily complete the work within the specified contract time. Progress payments may be requested by the contractor not more than __________ in a months.

32-33. acoustics. 25) _______________% of the fee upon submission of the final design. ___________________ involves investigating. ________________ is a cost based method of compensation applicable only to noncreative work such as accounting. ___________________ administration. communication and electronic engineering services shall be from __________% to ___________% of the cost of work. 37. secretarial. interior design. 34. ___________________ services of the architect which include building and grounds administration. 39. equipment maintenance and post-construction evaluation. The fee of the Architect for Design Build Service by Administration is 32) __________________ percent of the Project Construction cost in addition to the Architects for the Regular Design Services while for Design Build Service on a Guaranteed Maximum Cost is either 33) __________________ percent or is already built-in in the Guaranteed Maximum Cost. 36. 28. 31. supervision and preparation of reports and the like. ___________________ services of the architect which include full-time supervision and construction management. ________________ are based on the process whereby various architectural firms submit solutions to a particular problem and are judged on the comparative excellence of their submissions as evidence of their imaginations and skill. ___________________ services of the architect which include planning. ___________________ services of the architect which covers project management. ________________ is a method of compensation worldwide used for architectural services. the architect is paid ____________% of the cost of work. the fee however may vary from __________% to ____________% depending on the complexity of the work to be undertaken. research data gathering. identifying and documenting the needs of the client for use in the design of the project. communications and electronics engineering. The fee for acoustic. landscaping. 27. services of the architect which covers construction 35. 38. For projects including extensive detailing such as furniture design and special fittings. 30. .24-26. and 26) ______________% of the fee upon completion of the project. 29. The architect shall be paid for his landscape design services in the following schedule: 24) ____________% of the fee upon submission of the preliminary design.

22. Additional information which maybe issued as an addition or amendment to the provisions of the standard specifications are _____________________. A schedule of construction work shall be submitted by the Contractor for the architect’s approval within ________________ days after being awarded the contract. Some of the services offered by the architect in post construction serves are : ________________. ___________________ provides for the protection of the works of Architecture. sketches and charts and scientific and artistic works of architects against infringement and plagiarism. A ___________________ is a listing of the different parts of the work indicating in each. 17. 6) __________________. the contractor shall notify the architect in writing of such errors or omissions within ______________ days after receiving the same. maps. A ___________________ is a cashier’s check or bidders bond submitted by the bidder as guaranty that the bidder will enter into a contract with the owner for the construction of the work. 23. 3) ___________________. Approval of samples of finishing materials is the sole function of the _________. 11) ___________________ and 12) _________________. 10) _________________. and __________________. 16. . 13-15. 18. 21.40. original ornamental designs and other works of applied arts. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1-7. drawings of a scientific or technical nature. Design Services needed within and outside the building which requires specialization and falls under specialized allied services are : 8) ___________________. 1) 4) 7) 8-12. The several activities that fall under Standard of Professional service are ______________. 5) ________________. if the contract is awarded to him. plans. 2) __________________. Preparation of as-built drawings is the sole function of the __________________. I. In errors or omissions appear in the contract documents. 9) __________________. Approval of complete documents is the sole function of the ________________. 14) _________________. _________________. the corresponding value in materials and labor. H. and 15) ________________. 13) 19. including an allowance for profit and overhead. 20.

the architect is entitled to receive ____________% of his fee. The various activities and act as an 4) _______________ on material costs and construction methods. A _______________ is a person or firm whose construction proposal has been accepted and to whom the contract is awarded. This primary responsibility is the exercise of overall 5) __________________. 20. For interior design services the architect shall be paid _______________% of the fee upon submission of the final design. 11. 6-7. 19. 16. The minimum fee per appearance of an architect when rendering service as an expert witness shall be _________________ pesos. . 9) ___________________ and 10) ___________________. 22. 17-18. 13. 14. 8-10. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1-5. Building and Ground Administration is an activity of _______________ services.24-25. I. The services of the architect as a full time supervisor can be compensated for by a fee 24) ___________________ to 25) ____________________% of the project construction cost. When the owner fails to implement the plans and documents for construction as prepared by the architect. Interior Design is an activity of _____________________ services. The architect as a project manager is compensated 17) _______________% to 18) ________________% of the estimated project cost. The Owner-Architect Agreement shall at least include 8) __________________. For alterations and additions of existing structures belonging to Group 1 to 5 compensation for services should be increased by ______________% of the basic fee. Architectural Programming is an activity of __________________ services. Construction phase is an activity of ___________________ services. 2) ______________ and 3) ________________. The total compensation of a construction manager is a basic fixed fee of 6) _______________ to 7) _________________ of the estimated construction cost. I. 15. 21. Construction Management is an activity of _____________________ services. The project manager’s role is to 1) _______________. 12.

7) 3. his 36) ____________ to the 37) ________________. Any claim for adjustment involving questions of facts must be asserted within _______________ days from the date the change is ordered. prescribes the minimum basic fee relative to each phase of service and thereby establishes the rights and obligations of both the Architect and his Client. The ____________________________ defines all aspects of professional service. and a bench mark shall be the responsibility of the ____________________. Information to help establish lot lines. ____________________ stands for a chart of the activities and events anticipated in a work process. 31) ________________. are as follows: 28) _____________. The Architect creates man’s environment through his awareness and sensitive handling of spaces that fit the _______________________.23. 204-b. J. The function of a construction manager is to 6) _________________ and __________________ all construction groups involved in the project. 33-40. per UAP Doc. 28-32. I. The manner of payment under Design Build Services on a Guaranteed Maximum Cost is by 1) _________________ amounts scheduled to follow the progress of the Project. The construction team. 4. 30) ________________. The release of 10% retention by the owner shall be done after _________ months from the date of final payment. 34) ___________________ and states the Architect’s responsibilities in relation to the 35) _____________. restrictions. 200 of the Architect’s National Code is the Code of 33) __________________. 26. The ______________ is the person. 27. . 6-7. 5. Preparation of shop drawings shall be the sole responsibility of the ___________. The Architect does not advance any amount to buy materials or pay labor but instead a 2) __________________ is given by the Client to the Architect at the start of the construction. firm. and 32) __________________. 24. aside from the owner. 25. The UAP Doc. dealers 38) _________________. or corporation who executes a contractor’s bond. to manufacturers. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1-2. 29) ________________. to his 39) __________________ and 40) ________________.

In a construction project. 12-15. When requested by the owner. If the owner requires the architect to design or plan movable closets. supervision. programs and monitors the various activities. 23. 16. He also 8) _______________. cabinets. __________________ provides technical consultations during the conceptual and design stages of a project and also providing organizing and directing consultation activities like purchasing. . etc. If portions of the building are erected at different periods of time. When the owner fails to implement the plans and documents for construction as prepared by the compensation the sum equivalent to 25) ______________% of his fee under the 26) _____________________ phase.. primary responsibility is the exercise of overall cost control. 28) ______________% for the periodic visits during construction and preparation of contract documents phase. pieces of furniture. 17. 9) _________________ and 10) _____________ all construction activities and sees to it that these are properly 11) ____________ during execution phase. 18. A per diem of not less than _______________ pesos plus traveling and living expenses shall be chargeable to the owner on any occasion where the architect shall be required to perform services at a locality beyond the radius of 100 km from his established office. __________________ supervises and makes sure that all construction activities are properly monitored and followed and that all workmanship is of the quality desired with all costs incurred justified. He also reviews all 14) __________________ and 15) ___________________ prior to approval of Owner. The remaining 15% of his work is broken down as follows: 27) ________________% for the architect’s liability under the Civil Code. __________________ is a person engaged by the owner who plans. 24. charges pertaining to services rendered by the Architect during construction phase shall be doubled.8-11. except for periods not exceeding _____________ months. 25-28. the Architect can also perform full-time supervisory services with a fee under the percentage fee method of 19) __________% to 20) ___________% of the project construction cost. __________________ is the term referring to compensation to construction work done by a contractor on the basis of lump sum contract. and acts as an adviser on material costs and construction methods. the owner shall pay the architect additional compensation in the amount of ______________% of the construction cost of the work. inspection and acceptance. the construction manager undertakes responsibility for 12) __________________ of the work and keeping of 13) _________________. 19-20. 22. 21.

2-3. The fee for landscape design services shall be from 11) _____________% and 12) _________________% of the cost of work. and may bed commission to do 5) ___________________ or 6) ____________________ and other complex projects and thus prepares a 7) __________________. I. mechanical equipment and other elements attached to the building and all items indicated to the drawings. Progress payments may be requested by the contractor not more than __________ in a month. 14) ________________% of the fee upon completion of the project. . 4) _________________ is concerned with the management and land use as well as conversation and upgrading of the human environment. __________________ calls for a detailed study of physical. economic and administrative components and as such requires the expertise and knowledge of other specialists. social. __________________ is the art & science of ordering the use of land and sitting of building and communication routes to secure to maximum practicable degree of economy. 4-7. convenience and aesthetics. __________________ is the range of services offered by the environmental planner from data base gathering to environmental impact statements up to the formulation of the Mater Development Plan.29. K. The architect’s Regular Services is also called the Architect’s 2) _____________ or 3) ______________ . it does not include the architect’s or engineer’s fees to the salaries of the construction inspectors. specified or designed by the architect. 9. 8. The architect shall be paid for his landscape design services in the following schedule: 13) _______________% of the fee upon submission of the preliminary design. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. 10. 11-12. social amenities. The owner shall pay in advance to the contractor ______________% of the total contract price as operating expenses for two months. __________________ the cost of the completed structure including plumbing and electrical fixtures. 13-15. 30.

Retention money is the amount retained equivalent to 21) _____________% from every progress payment until 22) ______________% of the value of the works have been completed. 33. labor. ___________________ is a type of construction contract wherein the price for goods or services is set at the cost of materials. The contractor pays for ____________________ when he fails or refuses to satisfactorily complete the work within the specified contract time. plus a specified percentage of profit. ___________________ is a type of construction contract where the contractor manages or directs the affairs of the construction project like ordering of materials and hiring of personnel. labor. 18-20. 32. ___________________ is the list of instructions stipulating the manner on how bids are to be prepared and conditions for the award of contract. equivalent to 25) ____________% of the Contract price in the form of cash or check. 30. plus any time extension duly granted. 21-22. 23. etc. The owner is responsible for paying the materials and payrolls for the laborers. this contractor is managed by this personor group. if contract is awarded to a general contractor. 31. the architect is paid 18) _______________% of the cost of work. Within __________ days from the receipt of the Notice of Award. 29. etc. For projects including extensive detailing such as furniture design and special fittings. the successful bidder shall execute the contract with the owner. No award of contract shall be made to a bidder whose bid price is more than 26) ___________% higher or 27) ____________% lower than the Approved Agency Estimate. ___________________ is a type of construction contract wherein a person or a group of persons manage the construction in behalf of the owner. This bond is returned after the final acceptance of the project. the fee however may vary from 19) ______________% to 20) _____________% depending on the complexity of the work to be undertaken. 28. 24-25. 26-27.16-17. ___________________ is a type of construction contract wherein a price for goods or services is set at the cost of materials. 24) __________________ is a bond posted by the contractor to guarantee the faithful execution of work under the contract. plus a specified amount of profit. . The fee for acoustic communication and electronic engineering services shall be from 16) _____________% to 17) _______________% of the cost of work.

The Architect shall not render professional services without compensation except for small ____________________ projects. I.34. 6-9. ___________________ is a type of construction contract wherein the assurance is given that the amount to be used in construction will not exceed the specified cost. ___________________ as will be deemed necessary shall be engaged and paid for by the Owner. 4-5. 7) ______________________. The Architect’s responsibility to society is to make sure that not the structure alone but also its ____________________ can enhance the lives of all people. complement or supplement the necessary services for a building project. Upon recommendation of the Architect and with the approval of the Owner. that is 6) _________________________. 10. 11. 13. 1950 and of 2) __________________ on the “Protection of Intellectual Property” issued on November 14. 14-16. . 1972. The Architect shall unselfishly give his share in the interchange of 14) ____________________ and 15) ___________________ among his colleagues and young aspirants and do his part in fostering 16) ______________ in the fellowship of the profession. 35. Design services needed within and outside the building which require specifications fall under ___________________. 12. Under Interior Design Services the fee of the Architect includes the fee of the _________________ working with the Architect. 3. The __________________ performs the construction work in accordance with the plans’ specifications prepared by the Architect and to finish the construction work as per agreement in relation to time schedule. whatever savings made will be shared by the owner and the contractor. 8) ________________________ and within the 9) __________________ the project. The ownership of documents of the Architect is in pursuance with the pertinent provisions of 1) ___________________ promulgated on June 17. 4) __________________ and 5) __________________ have moved to a level where other allied professions are needed to complete. The Architect’s main responsibility to his client is to produce a structure that will house the activity it was intended for. L. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1-2.

18-19. . A per diem of not less than _____________ plus traveling and living expenses shall be chargeable to the Owner in any occasion where the Architect or his duly authorized representative shall be required to perform services at a locality beyond the radius of 100 kilometers from his established office. 28-29. 26. Should the Owner require the Architect to design or plan movable or fixed pieces of furniture. II. 22) ____________ percent upon submission of the Schematic Design to the Owner. a compensation in the amount of _________________ percent of the Construction Cost of the work. The 28) ________________ prepares at his own expense and submits promptly shop drawings and work schedules to the 29) ________________ who makes desired corrections. Specifications and other Contract Documents. 30. 21-24. he shall give the architect written notice within _____________ days after the receipt of such instruction. IDENTIFICATION ___________ 1. 23) _____________ percent of the Basic fee upon submission of the Design Development and 24) _____________ percent upon submission of the Contract Documents. 20. The Architect shall furnish the Owner __________________ sets of Drawings. The _______________ shall make partial payments during each of the various stages of the Architect’s work. The architect certifies and approves the Request for payment by the Contractor within 15 days after receipt and issues a ____________________. covered walks. The architect shall receive 21) _____________ percent of the compensation for basic services upon the signing of the agreement. the remaining fifteen percent of his work is broken down as follows: 18) ___________% for the Architect’s liability under the Civil Code and 19) __________% for the Construction Phase Service which includes preparation of contract document forms and periodic visits during the construction. upon request of the Architect provided that such payments are within the framework of the manner of payments. pools. the Owner shall pay the Architect in addition to the minimum basic fee. grottos. cabinets. 27. If the contractor claims that any instruction by drawings or otherwise involve extra cost under the contract.17. landscaping. 25. Once the Architect has completed the Contract Documents Phase of his services. and other terms of similar nature. A study to determine the viability of a project such as its cost of development versus its potential return to the Owner. A.

208 & 209. and insurance counseling services as may be required for the project. Prepares As-Built Drawings. UAP Document 202. Performs the construction work. identifying and documenting the needs of the client for use in the design of the project. Orders for the implementation of the project. ___________ 11. elevators. 206. functions. 205. automatic sprinkler system. ___________ 5. Constitute a certification to the Owner that the work has progressed to the state indicated and that to the Architect’s best knowledge the quality of work performed by the Contractor is in accordance with the Contract Documents. ___________ 7. and electrical fixtures. The art and science of ordering the use of land and siting of buildings and communication routes to secure the maximum practiceable degree of economy social amenities. escalators. ___________ 4. The blending of aesthetics. ___________ 12. An activity of Pre-Design Services by investigating. ___________ 3. ___________ 16. Code of Ethical Conduct ___________ 10. ___________ 13. Arrange and pay for such legal. space and materials results from the application of the skills of many people.___________ 2. He is concerned with the management and use of land as well as the conservation and upgrading of the human environment. conveniences and aesthetics. The cost of the completed structure to the Owner including plumbing. airconditioning systems. ___________ 9. elements attached to the building and all times indicated in the drawings designed by or specified by the Architect and his consultants. ___________ 15. ___________ 8. ___________ 14. 204. . Shall conduct the necessary inspection to determine the date of substantial and final completion of the work and issue certificate of payment. communications and electronic system. auditing. alarm and clock system. ___________ 6. 202. Provide full information as to the requirements of the project. mechanical equipment. 203. Based on the concept of expanded planning services to include other activities necessary for the proper handling of the numerous components considered in the formulation of a master development plan.

___________ 17. specified or procured by the Architect and his consultants for the Owner that were used or installed in the project. Document of Specialized Allied Services. An obligation of every architects and Method of Compensation. UAP Document 301 ___________ 2. A method of selection frequently used where there is a continuing relationship on a series of projects. Most frequently used for arc or monumental projects and prestigious private buildings. Augment. ___________ 27. ___________ 26. ___________ 22. An association whose objective is to unite all registered Architects in the Philippines. Most common method of selecting an Architect. The person or firm whose proposal has been accepted. This concept of compensation is more often than not advantageous to both the client and the architect. Means the total cost of all equipment. A method of selection most often used by an individual person undertaking a relatively small projects. supplement and be complementary to the functions of Architects. ___________ 29. ___________ 24. A code where the Architect is determined to work with the general objective whose duty is not only to oneself but also to one’s country and God. utilities and other items which were either designed. ___________ 30. ___________ 21. ___________ 28. Document on Selection of Architects and Method of Compensation. ___________ 20. Engineers and Contractors in meeting the broad and complex requirements of usual projects. B. ___________ 25. Prepared As-Built Drawings. Provide for more than one method of compensation on a project. ___________ 23. II. . IDENTIFICATION ___________ 1. ___________ 18. ___________ 19.

The contract between the Owner and the Contractor undertaking the project described in the Contract Documents including all supplemental agreements thereto and all general and special provisions pertaining to the work or materials there for. ___________ 14. Written or printed description of work to be done describing qualities of material and mode of construction. Additional information on Contract Documents issued to bidders before date of bidding. ___________ 13. Graphical presentations of the work involved in the project. ___________ 15. ___________ 10. Printed documents stipulating the procedural and administrative aspects of the contract. ___________ 8. The offer of a Bidder to performs the work described by the Contract Documents when made out and submitted on the prescribed Proposal Form. ___________ 4. The full time construction Inspector hired by the owner duly authorized in writing to assist the Architect and the Engineer in the supervision of the work. The person or entity ordering the project for execution including duly appointed successors or authorized representatives. ___________ 7. Approved form of security furnished by the Contractor and his Surety as a guarantee to the quality of the materials and equipment installed and the workmanship performed by the contractor. ___________ 11. The person.___________ 3. properly signed and guaranteed. ___________ 12. firm or corporation who provides the guarantee for the Contractor’s Bonds. ___________ 5. UAP Document 302 ___________ 6. They include all supplementary details and shop drawings. The list of instructions stipulating the manner on how bids are to be prepared and conditions for the award of the contract. . ___________ 16. The duration of time allowed by the Contract for the completion of the project in any to stipulated portions thereof. ___________ 9. Approved form of security furnished by the contractor and his Surety as guarantee of good faith on the part of the contractor to pay all obligations arising from the Contract.

as a guarantee that the Bidder will enter into a Contract with the Owner for the construction of the work. ___________ 25. Applies to all laws. ___________ 24. distance. firm or corporation at the last known business of such individual. distance. ordinances. ___________ 29. firm or corporation. Wherever the law of the place of building requires a sales. or notification pertinent to the project delivered in person or sent by registered mail to the individual. Instructions which maybe issued prior to the bidding to supplement and or modify Drawings. and other governmental regulations applicable to the project and its undertaking. ___________ 19. ___________ 21. ___________ 18. conditions for the issuance of contract documents. The cashier’s check or surety bond accompanying the proposal submitted by the Bidder. and/or General Conditions of the Contract. amount. Specifications. ___________ 28. A type of construction contract wherein a fixed quantity. or measure is used as a standard or basis in awarding work credit. Additional information which may be issued as an addition or amendment to the provisions of the Specifications. The notice published by the Owner or the invitations issued to prospective bidders. date of bidding. including an allowance for profit and overhead. The approved form of security furnished by the Contractor and his surety as a guarantee of good faith on the part of the Contractor to execute the work in accordance with the terms of the Contract. ___________ 27. or measure is used as a standard or basis in awarding work credit. ___________ 20. ___________ 23. Shall represent the Contract in his absence and all directions given to him shall be as binding as if given to the Contractor. and estimated cost or information that would give the contractor. advice. ___________ 22.___________ 17. Listing of the different parts of the work indicating in each part the corresponding value in materials and labor. ___________ 26. . if the Contract is awarded to him. giving information as to the nature of the proposed project. Shall pay all royalties and license fees on all patented materials and processes furnished by him. amount. Means information. Secure the final occupancy permit.

___________ 5. Responsible for the establishment of lot line. Secures the final occupancy permit. firm or corporation who provides the guaranteed for Contractor’s bond. enter into a contract with the owner. ___________ 8.___________ 30. Bond equivalent to 30% of the contract price covering. Also called a proposal bond in the amount of _________ % of the total bid price in the form of cash or check as guarantee that the successful bidder shall within 30 days. easements and bench marks by a certified surveyor. The person. ___________ 4. boundary lines. II. Decides all disputes arising under the contract. in addition for his fee for the regular design service. May order changes or extra work covered by the drawings and specifications of the contract documents in written notice signed by him. ___________ 3. ___________ 11. IDENTIFICATION ___________ 1. ___________ 2. Approves the laying out of lines and grades of the work. The amount paid by a contractor to the owner for everyday to delay on construction time. ___________ 10. . Includes the value of work accomplished by the Contractor during the period covered by the certificate and recommendations to the owner for payment in an amount decided by the architect to be due. makes decisions on all claims of the owner or contractor on all matters relating to the execution and progress of work or interpretation of the contract documents. ___________ 12. Amount released by the owner within three (3) months after the date of final completion of the work and final payment to the contractor. ___________ 9. ___________ 13. ___________ 7. C. The fee of the architect for the design-build service when the project is constructed under the direct and sole responsibility of the architect. ___________ 6. When a dispute cannot be decided by the Architect within 15 days after the parties concerned have filed their evidence. they can demand for this to settle the dispute. The binding resolution of disputed by one or more neutral persons as a substitute for judicial proceedings.

___________ 14. Fee of the architect for the Design-Build Service when the client is being given a guaranteed maximum cost for construction. ___________ 15. Additional information on contract documents issued to bidders before the date of bidding for any changes in plans or specifications. ___________ 16. A type of contract wherein a contractor is willing to finance the whole project without any financial help from the owner with the condition that the owner will just pay the agreed amount for the completed building. ___________ 17. Type of construction contract where a gross or total sum is paid at one time. ___________ 18. The person or entity ordering the project for execution including duly appointed successor or authorized representatives. ___________ 19. Graphical presentations of the work involved in the project. ___________ 20. Offer of the bidder to perform the work described by the Contract Documents. ___________ 21. Build in, mount in position, connect or apply any object specified ready for the intended use. ___________ 22. Additional information on contract documents issued to bidders before date of bidding. ___________ 23. Purchase and or fabricate and deliver to the jobsite or other location when so designated. ___________ 24. The person or firm whose proposal has been accepted and to whom the Contract was awarded. ___________ 25. One who furnishes material without labor. ___________ 26. Printed documents stipulating the procedural and administrative aspects of the Contract. ___________ 27. Includes labor or materials or both as well as equipment, transportation or other facilities necessary to commence and complete the construction. ___________ 28. Duration of time allowed by the Contract for the completion of the project in any stipulated portions thereof. ___________ 29. Includes earthquakes, flood, typhoon, cyclone and other catalystismic phenomena of nature and all misfortunes and accidents which human prudence could not foresee or prevent.

___________ 30. Written or printed description of work to be done describing qualities of materials and mode of construction.

II. D. IDENTIFICATION ___________ 1. Bond posted by the Contractor equivalent to 30% ___________ 2. The basic fixed fee of Construction Manager based from the estimated construction cost. ___________ 3. The compensation of the project manager based on the estimated project cost. ___________ 4. A type of construction contract wherein the Contractor manages or directs the affairs of the construction project like ordering materials and hiring of personnel but the owner pays for the materials and wages of the laborers. ___________ 5. A type of contract wherein the contract is awarded to a Contractor and he is directly managed by a management group. ___________ 6. A type of contract wherein there is a pledge, promise, or assurance that the amount to be used in the construction will not exceed the specified const. Whatever saving made will be shared by the owner and the Contractor. ___________ 7. A type of construction contract wherein the Contractor is willing to finance the whole project without any financial help from the owner, but he shall pay the agreed amount for the constructed building. ___________ 8. A list of activities which include field surveys, soils and materials investigation, contract plans, design standards, to preparation of bid/tender documents which is prerequisites for bidding and/or award of contract for a construction project. ___________ 9. The estimate of construction cost prepared by an officially designated staff or persons of the Head of Office concerned or his duly authorized representative. This shall be held confidential, signed, sealed and presented on the day of the opening of tenders/bids. ___________ 10. They include Instructions to Bidders/Tenderers, General Conditions, Agenda, Itemized Bill of Quantities, Performance Bond Contract Plans, Daywork Schedule, Specifications and a Draft of Contact. ___________ 11. It includes, among other things, estimates of the work items, quantities and costs, and a PERT/CPM network of the project activities. ___________ 12. A notice or an invitation issued to prospective bidders giving information as to the nature of the proposed project, conditions for the issuance of contract

documents, date of bidding, and estimated cost to give the Contractor a general idea of the magnitude and extent of the project. ___________ 13. Additional information on Contract Documents issued to bidders before the date of bidding. ___________ 14. Also called a proposal bond in the amount of 2 ½ % of the total bid price in the form of cash, manager’s check or bank draft as guarantee that the successful bidder shall enter into contract with the owner within 30 days after the receipt of the notice of award. ___________ 15. A bond equivalent to 5% of the Contract price in the form of cash, manager’s check, or cashier’s check posted by the Contractor as guarantee of good faith in executing the wok in accordance with the terms of contract. ___________ 16. Refers to payments requested by the Contractor once a month for work accomplished through an Application for Payment. ___________ 17. Money retained by the Owner equivalent to 10% of three monthly payments to the Contractor until 50% of the value of works are completed. ___________ 18. Penalty of the Contractor when he refuses to satisfactorily complete the work within the specified contract time. ___________ 19. A clause in a contract providing for increases or decreases in wages, prices, etc. based on fluctuation in the cost of living, production costs, etc. ___________ 20. This form of contract is awarded when a condition such as emergencies arising from natural calamities where immediate action is necessary to prevent imminent loss of life and/or property. ___________ 21. He verifies the Contract work, makes the finally estimated and certifies the completion of the work, and accepts such work. ___________ 22. The working drawings showing the system and actual locations of electrical, sanitary, gas, telephone and mechanical works that were installed. ___________ 23. A study conducted before a project can be carried out or built to determine if a reasonable amount for return of investment to the financiers or developers/owner is possible and practical. ___________ 24. It forms a part of the Contract Documents which designates a product to be furnished by a dealer or manufacturer through clear, concise, and accurate wordings. It supplements the information given in the drawings.

___________ 25. He is responsible for the establishment of lotlines, boundary lines, easements and benchmarks as certified by a surveyor. ___________ 26. A professional fee that the Architect shall charge his client for services rendered commensurate with the work involved and with his professional standing and experience prescribed under the Standards of Professional Practice of the Architect’s National Code. ___________ 27. The date of the integration of the three existing professional organizations of PIA, LPA and APGA into one association called the UAP. ___________ 28. A method of architect’s compensation wherein the fee is based on the percentage of the cost of the project. ___________ 29. A method of architect’s compensation based on technical hour and is applicable only to non-creative work. ___________ 30. A method of Architect’s compensation wherein the Architect is paid for his technical time in addition to his fee.

II. E. IDENTIFICATION ___________ 1. A phase of the Architect’s regular services when he consults with the owner to ascertain and confirm the requirements of the project. ___________ 2. A phase of the Architect’s regular services when he prepares plans, elevations, other drawings and outline specifications. ___________ 3. A phase of the Architect’s services when he prepares the complete construction drawings and specifications and other details required. ___________ 4. A phase of the Architect’s regular services when he assists the owner in filing the required documents to secure approval of government authorities having jurisdiction over the design of the project. ___________ 5. A phase of the Architect’s regular services when he prepares forms for bidding, contract letting and documents for construction. ___________ 6. He decides on all matters relating to the execution and progress of the work or the interpretation of the contract documents. ___________ 7. A certificate issued by the Architect to the Owner certifying that the work has progressed to the state indicated and that the quality of the work performed by the Contractor is in accordance with the Contract Documents.

Ex: Commercial centers. grades and lines of streets. It also includes furniture. Undertakes full-time inspection of complex projects for quality control of work. ___________ 13. ___________ 14. landscaping and other items of similar nature. and has to study human behavior and activities. reports and contract documents. resorts. . One of the specialized allied services wherein the Architect plans for a specific building site. look into the city’s economic systems. ___________ 17. pools. ___________ 15. ___________ 12. as well as the conservation and upgrading of the human environment. alarm and clock system. alleys. Expenses of the Architect that the owner must reimburse for services performed as required by the owner at a locality beyond a radius of 100 kilometers from his established office. The manner or means by which all questions in dispute arising from the Architect-Owner Agreement shall be settled. mechanical. evaluation of construction work and keeping of records. grottos. A field of specialization concerned with the management and use of land. ___________ 18. the city’s infrastructure. ___________ 11. communications and electronics system and other items and elements specified by the Architect. One of the specialized allied services wherein the Architect with his multidisciplinary team offer services from data base gathering to environmental impact statements up to the formulation of the Master Development Plan. covered walks. encroachments. acoustical. soil mechanics or other tests and reports required for the project. air-conditioning system. elevators. He furnished site or topographical surveys. chemical. He reports to the Owner defects and deficiencies noted in the work of the Contractor. utilities. ___________ 9. escalators. and condemns works not conforming to the Contract Documents. An extensive inspection or an 8-hour construction supervision. mechanical equipment. cabinets. everything that will have a bearing on the project. its laws and regulations. tax structure. zoning and deed restrictions. ___________ 16. etc. easements. Ex: Town or regional planning. ___________ 10. The cost of the completed structure including plumbing and electrical fixtures.___________ 8. Pays for structural. or urban renewal projects. and on the whole. boundaries and other information. industrial estates.

equipment. F. The fee of the Architect when the undertaken Design build by the Administrator based from the project construction cost. ___________ 25. ___________ 20. An architect or a firm coordinating the whole range of Comprehensive Architectural Services. A type of construction contract wherein the price for goods or services is set at the cost of materials. A type of construction contract wherein a gross or a total sum is paid at one time.. ___________ 26. distance or measure is used as the standard or basis in awarding work credits. done. specified. ___________ 23. etc. Issued by the Contractor as a requisition for payment for work done in the specified period. ___________ 27. It provides technical consultations during the conceptual and design stages of the project. One way of undertaking Design-Build Services wherein the Architect constructs a project under his direct and sole responsibility. ___________ 28. plus a specified amount of profit which become the basis for the contract price. plus a percentage of profit which how become the basis for the contract price. IDENTIFICATION . specifications prepared by the Architect and to finish the construction work as per agreement in relation to time schedule.. Responsible for submitting shop drawings for the construction project. ___________ 30. utilities.___________ 19. installed or developed by the Architect and his Consultants for the Owner’s project. cost and quality during construction of such project. labor. He is employed in large and complex projects to undertake effective costs and time control. A type of construction contract wherein a fixed quantity. ___________ 22. II. amount. coordination and supervision. work or materials that were either designed. A type of construction contract wherein the price for the goods or services is set at the cost of materials. labor. The Construction Supervision Group works under his control. and quality control of work and keeping of records. etc. The total cost of all items. ___________ 21. procured. He performs the construction work in accordance with the plans. as well as control of time. ___________ 29. ___________ 24.

The binding resolution of disputes by one or more neutral persons as a substitute for judicial proceedings. ___________ 6. firm or corporation who provides the guarantee for Contractor’s bond. ___________ 10. transportation or other facilities necessary to commence and complete the construction. ___________ 5. Purchase and or fabricate and deliver to the jobsite or other location when so designated. The amount paid by a contractor to the owner for everyday of delay on construction time. ___________ 9. ___________ 7. Graphical presentations of the work involved in the project. ___________ 16. ___________ 8. ___________ 3. Additional information on Contract Documents issued to bidders before date of bidding. One who furnishes materials without labor. Offer of the bidder to perform the work described by the Contract Documents. flood. The person. typhoon. . Includes labor or materials or both as well as equipment. ___________ 15. cyclone and other catalysticmic phenomena of nature and all misfortunes and accidents which human prudence could not foresee or prevent. ___________ 13. The person or firm whose proposal has been accepted and to whom the Contract was awarded. connect or apply any object specifiec ready for the intended use. mount in position. Printed documents stipulating the procedural and administrative aspects of the Contract. ___________ 11. ___________ 12. Written or printed description of work to be done describing qualities of materials and mode of construction.___________ 1. The person or entity ordering the project for execution including duly appointed successors or authorized representatives. Duration of time allowed by the Contract for the completion of the project in any stipulated portions thereof. Build in. ___________ 2. Include earthquake. ___________ 14. ___________ 4.

The Architect’s regular services. IDENTIFICATION . A method of Architect’s compensation wherein a fixed sum for architectural and engineering services is established. ___________ 29. etc. gymnasiums. Minimum basic fee for the design of airports. waterproofing. electricity. feasibility study. ___________ 27. ___________ 30. ___________ 28. ___________ 25. A method of architect’s compensation wherein the architect is paid for work which requires his personal time. shopping centers. Minimum basic fee for the design of single detached or duplex. ___________ 20. small apartments. Services of the architect which includes architectural programming. interiors and landscaping. cost effectiveness study. advantages and disadvantages. site study. and townhouses. ___________ 19. Minimum basic fee for the design of supermarkets. costs availability and similar facts. Minimum basic fee for public markets. hotels and hospitals. screens. counters. usually practical by some government agencies. ___________ 22. II. laboratories. G. He provides technical knowledge and other valuable information about a company’s products. A contractor with specific expertise in a limited field such as plumbing. ___________ 24. painting. ___________ 26.___________ 17. and others who usually work as “subs” for a prime contractor. ___________ 21. roofing. manufacturing/industrial plants and warehouses. built-in equipment. Minimum basic fee for projects involving extensive details such as furniture. ___________ 18. multi-storey apartments and churches and religious facilities. Minimum basic fee for the design of an expositions and fair buildings. To commence on the seventh day from receipt of Notice to Proceed. Also known as builder or constructor. office buildings. ___________ 23. mausoleums and museums.

A type of construction contract wherein a fixed quantity.___________ 1. The list of instructions stipulating the manner on how bids are to be prepared and conditions for the award of contract. . Responsible for the establishment of lot line. Amount released by the owner within three (3) months after the date of final completion of the work and final payment to the contractor. makes decisions on all claims of the owner or contractor on all matters relating to the execution and progress of the work or interpretation of the contract documents. A type of construction contract where a gross or total sum is paid at one time. 103 within 15 days after the parties concerned have filed their evidence. Secures the final occupancy permit. ___________ 11. When a dispute cannot be decided by No. ___________ 9. amount. ___________ 14. Notice published by the owner or the invitations issued to prospective bidders giving information about the proposed project. May order changes or extra work covered by the drawings and specifications of the contract documents in written notice signed by him. Bond equivalent to 30% of the contract price covering a period of 1 year after the final acceptance of the work which guarantees the quality of the contract work and materials installed. they can demand for this to settle the dispute. ___________ 12. ___________ 4. ___________ 13. Approves the laying out of lines and grades of the work. or measure is used as a standard or basis in awarding work credits. ___________ 8. Additional information on contract documents –issued to bidders before the date of bidding for any changes in plans or specifications. distance. ___________ 3. boundary lines. ___________ 7. enter into a contract with the owner. ___________ 5. easements and bench marks by a certified surveyor. A type of contract wherein a contractor is 3willing to finance the whole project without any financial help from the owner with the condition that the owner will just pay the agreed amount for the completed building. ___________ 6. Decides all disputes arising under the contract. Also called the proposal bond in the amount of _______ % of the total bid price in the form of cash or check as guarantee that the successful bidder shall within _______ days. ___________ 2. ___________ 10. ___________ 15.

The owner is responsible for paying the materials and payrolls for the laborers. ___________ 21. ___________ 26. ___________ 20. specifications prepared by the architect and to finish the construction work as per agreement in relation to time schedule. ___________ 25. ___________ 19. whatever savings made will be shared by the owner and the contractor. etc. plus a specific amount of profit.___________ 16. etc. labor. ___________ 17. in addition for his fee for the regular design services. A type of construction contract wherein the price for goods or services is set at the cost of materials. ___________ 22. A person engaged by the owner who plans. ___________ 24. in addition for his Regular Design Services. A type of construction contract where the contractor manages or directs the affairs of the construction project like ordering of materials and hiring of personnel. ___________ 23. The fee of the architect for the design-build service when the project is constructed under the direct and sole responsibility of the architect. Fee of the architect for the Design-Build Service when the client is being given a guaranteed maximum cost for the construction of the project. A type of construction contract wherein the assurance is given that the amount to be used in construction will not exceed the specified cost. this contractor is managed by this person or group. ___________ 27. A type of construction contract wherein a price for goods or services is set at the cost of materials. Providing technical consultations during the conceptual and design stages of a project and also providing organizing and directing consultation activities like purchasing. supervision. primary responsibility is the exercise of overall cost control. plus a specific percentage of profit. labor. inspection and acceptance. A range of professional services of the architect for the design and construction of complex building projects. . if contract is awarded to a general contractor. A type of construction contr5act wherein a person or a group of persons manage the constructions in behalf of the owner. ___________ 18. Performs the construction work in accordance with the plans. and acts as an adviser on material costs and construction methods. The range of services offered by the environmental planner from data base gathering to environmental impact statements up to the formulation of the Master De4evelopment Plan. programs and monitors the various activities.

___________ 2. The owner can issue orders directly to the Contractor. Shows the value assigned to each part of the work. The Project Construction Cost includes the architect’s fee. ___________ 4. ___________ 5. The architect shall be held responsible for the Contractor’s failure to carry out the construction work in accordance with the contract documents. mechanical equipment and other elements attached to the building and all items indicated to the drawings. specified or designed by the architect. the workmanship performed by the Contractor he shall furnished a payment bond. To guarantee the quality of materials and equipments installed. Under the Architect’s Regular Services an architect is required to give full time (8 hours) construction supervision. The Project Construction Cost is the basis for computation of the architect’s fee. The architect’s minimum fee for architect’s regular services for a residential project is 10% of the project construction cost. it does not include the architect’s or engineer’s fees of the salaries of the construction inspectors. . Amount paid by a contractor to the owner for every day of delay in construction time is known as adjustment claim. including the allowances for profit and overhead shall be used as the basis for all Request for Payment by the Contractor. TRUE OR FALSE ___________ 1. ___________ 10. ___________ 3. The cost of the completed structures including plumbing and electrical fixtures. ___________ 6.___________ 28. ___________ 29. with no extra charge made to the Owner. III. The art & science of ordering the use of land and siting of building and communication routes to secure the maximum practicable. ___________ 30. ___________ 7. The third phase of the architect’s regular services is Design development phase. ___________ 8. ___________ 9. A. The architect may or may not include miniature models of his design studies as part of his preliminary work.

A permit is a document issued by a governmental authority having jurisdiction to authorize specific work by the applicant. ___________ 24. ___________ 23. State of limitation is a specific point or persist of time within which legal action must be brought for alleged damage or injury. mechanical. and sanitary services. A written notice is a stipulation of the use of specific products or processes without provision for substitution. Instruction to bidders are additional information on contract documents issued to bidders before date of bidding. A proposal bond is a bond furnished by the contractor and his surety as a guarantee of good faith on the part of the contractor to pay all obligations arising from his contract. ___________ 20. giving information as to the nature of a proposed project. Specifications shall form part of the contract document. Information to help establish lot lines. General Conditions of the Contract are pointed documents stipulating the procedural and administration aspect of the contract. ___________ 15. A proposal is a notice published by the owner to prospective bidder. restriction and a bench mark shall be the sole responsibility of the contractor. Preparation of shop do drawings shall be the sole responsibility of the architects. Arbitration is the binding resolution of disputes by one or more neutral persons as a substitute for judicial proceedings. ___________ 19. ___________ 13. ___________ 21. plumbing. ___________ 17. ___________ 16. ___________ 22. ___________ 18. Under the Architect’s Regular Design Services. ___________ 12. The architect’s fee includes normal. ___________ 26. ___________ 14. structural. Specifications are written or printed descriptions of work to be done describing qualities as of materials and modes of construction. ___________ 25. an architect is required to give full time construction supervision.___________ 11. electrical. . An outline specification enumerating the types or trade names of materials to be used is known as supplementary specifications. The Project Construction Cost includes the architect’s fee.

A bid bulletin is an offer by a bidder submitted in bulletin form. All architects are required to follow the schedule of fees as provided in the Code. III. B. A performance bond is a bond furnished by the contractor and his surety as a guarantee to the quality of materials and equipment installed and the workmanship performed by the contractor. ___________ 7. ___________ 6. . The matter of architects fees should be discussed by the architect after the engagement of his services by the owner. The architect is not entitled to compensation for services if the project is not constructed. The owners responsibility is to provide full information as to his requirements for the project.___________ 27. Protection of adjacent property shall be the sole responsibility of the contractor. ___________ 5. labor or both. A penalty clause is a contract provision setting forth the damages a party must pay in the event of his breach. ___________ 30. TRUE OR FALSE ___________ 1. ___________ 9. ___________ 3. All contract documents prepared and furnished by the architect becomes the property of the Owner when paid for. A guarantee bond is a bond furnished by the contractor and his surety as a guarantee to execute the work in accordance with the terms of the contract. ___________ 29. ___________ 4. ___________ 2. A bid is an offer to perform the work prescribed in a contract at a specified cost. subcontractor or material supplier or vendor to furnish materials. A quotation is a price given by the contractor. Knowledge of current construction costs is not required in preparing project feasibility studies of a building project. Specifications should be general in character in order to be able to change these should there be a need. ___________ 8. ___________ 10. ___________ 28.

Under the Construction Phase. ___________ 12. mechanical. The owner shall pay for design and consultancy services on acoustic. ___________ 17. ___________ 22. Under the Contract Document Phase. Conditions are necessary part of the Contract Documents. . The architect shall be held responsible for the Contractor’s failure to carry out the construction work in accordance with the Contact Documents. The Contractor shall assists the Owner in filing the required documents to secure approval of government authorities having jurisdiction over the design of the project. ___________ 23. ___________ 20. The architect’s fee includes the normal structural. acoustical. communication electronic and other specialty systems which may be required for the project. The Architects National Code and all the provisions therein are not necessarily binding upon all architects. ___________ 25. ___________ 13. ___________ 14. Should more extensive inspection or full-time (8 hour) construction supervision be required by the Owner a separate full time supervisor shall be hired and agreed upon by the Owner and the Contractor. ___________ 15. ___________ 16. electrical. The architect shall pay for structural. Physical planning services is under the regular services of an architect. chemical. the Architect submits to the owner. ___________ 21. plumbing/sanitary and mechanical engineering services. ___________ 18. The seven major services can be contracted separately to the Architect depending upon the desire and needs of the Owner. Knowledge of current construction costs is not required in preparing project feasibility studies of a bldg. ___________ 19. the Architect furnishes the Owner not more that five sets of all construction drawings. The Gen. Architecture is defined to be the art of designing and constructing buildings. ___________ 24. soil mechanics or other test and reports as maybe required for the project. a further statement of probable Construction Cost. The architect shall be required to make exhaustive or continuous 8-hour on site-supervision to check on the quality of the work involved.___________ 11. project. specifications and general conditions for purposes of bidding.

even if the work was not actuality performed by the Architect. Architect’s fee for physical planning services for building sites such as sports complexes. Only the Architect in charge can sign for any branch of the work for the Bldg. Landscape Design falls under comprehensive planning services. ___________ 7. surveys. The detailed design of the building and landscaping elements is a part of physical planning services. Architect may not render service without a formal agreement with the Client. The Project construction cost means the cost of the completed structure to the owner including the architect’s fee. TRUE OR FALSE ___________ 1. ___________ 29. college campuses. . ___________ 28. Physical planning services is the range of all services offered by the environmental planner from data base gathering to environmental impact statements up to the formulation of the Master Development Plan. ___________ 9. ___________ 8.000 do not need bldg. The architect should not act concurrently as construction manager of the building he designed. ___________ 5. The matter of architect’s fees should be discussed by the architect after the engagement of the services to the owner.___________ 26. C. ___________ 6. ___________ 3. designated by him. Architecture is defined to be the art of designing and constructing bldgs. ___________ 27. Indigenous dwelling costing P12. The architect is not prohibited from offering unsolicited preliminary sketches. ___________ 30. Under the physical planning of an architect the cost for environmental studies. and industrial estates is based on the Project Construction Cost. ___________ 4. III. Interior design and landscape architecture are within the scope of the practice of architecture even if they have their Boards. Rules and regulations promulgated by the PRC are not binding on architects. permit. site investigation and tilling of the parcels of land shall be on the account of the architect. ___________ 2. ___________ 10.

It is unlawful for any person except the architect in charge to sign for any branch of work not actually performed by such person. for furnishing of materials or work required by the Contract. ___________ 13. ___________ 12. ___________ 22.___________ 11. When requested by the Owner. All proposals for substitution of certain equipments shall be submitted in writing by individual trades or material suppliers. ___________ 20. No work called for by shop drawings shall be executed until the Architect’s approval. utility lines and work of similar nature required by the contract. material description. ___________ 18. ___________ 21. piers. The Construction Supervision Group is usually recommended by the Architect and paid for by the Owner. The contractor shall furnish these copies of complete catalog data for every manufactured item of equipment and all components to be used in the work. can practice architecture provided he calls himself designer and not architect. ___________ 19. A person who is not an architect can prepare plans and specifications. ___________ 16. Approval of shop drawings shall relieve the contractor of responsibility for accuracy of such shop drawings for proper fitting and constructions of work. pits. ___________ 17. ___________ 14. All transactions with manufacturers. including specific performance data. ___________ 15. the Architect can also perform full-time supervisory services. pipe work. or sub-contractors shall be through the owner. walls. ___________ 24. Materials to be used for the project shall not be ordered until approval is received in writing from the Architect. culvert work. ___________ 23. The Construction Manager should not be a member of the staff of the Owner but an independent individual or firm hired by the Owner to manage the construction of a particular project. No extra compensation and the extension of time will be given due to negligence or inadvertence of the Contractor. Interior design and Landscape Architecture are branches of architecture. . trenches. The owner shall pay for services of a license surveyor when so required to confirm and certify the location of column centers.

Resident Inspector or Works Engineer is hired by the Owner to do full-time inspection work. ___________ 7. ___________ 2. Correction measures on Deficiencies is done by the Architect. the services rendered by the Architect as a Construction Manger shall be compensated for. When labor or materials are furnished by the Owner below its market cost. III. ___________ 6. Any statements of Probable Construction Cost. the cost of the work shall be computed upon current market-cost. ___________ 26. ___________ 5. is caused additional professional services. All architects are required to follow the schedule of fees as provided in the Code. extra drafting. he shall not be paid for such expenses and services involved. or any Detailed or SemiDetailed cost estimates submitted by the Architect will always be accurate. . If the architect. The architect has moral responsibilities towards his profession. separately. The Architect’s fee is net to the Architect and any tax that the government may impose on the Architect as a consequences of the services performed for the project (exclusive of income tax) shall be paid by the Owner.___________ 25. or other office expenses due to changes ordered by the Owner. The project construction cost shall include any Architect’s fee or Engineer’s fee or the salaries of the construction inspectors. ___________ 3. A suspension of construction for a period not exceeding 8 months shall be converted by the provision on different periods of construction. ___________ 29. prepared and furnished. ___________ 27. models. ___________ 30. ___________ 28. All designs. his colleagues and his subordinates. The clerk-of-works. by the Architect in connection with any project are instruments of service. Since construction management is not part of the regular services of the Architect. drawings. TRUE OR FALSE ___________ 1. The Construction Manager may have a group of full time inspectors in his staff or hire the necessary inspectors for the owner. specifications and copies thereof. D. ___________ 4.

Protection of adjacent property shall be the sole responsibility of the contractor. structural. The architect shall avail or make use of engineering or other services offered by manufacturers or suppliers of building materials or equipments. ___________ 22. The physical planning services of the Architect is separate and distinct from the Architect’s regular services. The Architect is not entitled to compensation for services of the Project is not constructed. ___________ 13. ___________ 14. ___________ 9. ___________ 18. The Project Construction Cost includes the architect’s fee. ___________ 20. The architect can be accept market discount provided the discount shall be credited to the Client. ___________ 11. ___________ 10. The architect has no control over the cost of labor and materials or the many factors that go into competitive bidding. Project Construction Cost is the basis for computation of the Architect’s fee. The Architect’s fee includes normal. ___________ 21. ___________ 16. ___________ 17. The architect can affix his signature and seal to any plans or professional documents prepared by other persons or entities not done under his direct personal supervision. .___________ 8. ___________ 15. The owner’s responsibility is to provide full information as to his requirements for the project. ___________ 19. mechanical. electrical. plumbing and sanitary services. ___________ 12. Under the Architect’s Regular Design Services an architect is required to give full time construction supervision. All contract documents prepared and furnished by the architect becomes the property of the Owner when paid for.Project Classification for purposes of the schedule of minimum basic fees is divided into 10 groups. It is not incompatible for an architect to act as construction manager for any given project. Depending on the complexity of the project under Physical Planning Services of the architect may hire additional consultant and will paid by him. ___________ 23.

Although the Architect may prepare a detailed cost estimate of the project. the Project Manger has legal responsibility in so far as design and construction is concerned.Based on the Civil Code. ___________ 2. Residence fall under Group 2 Classification of Projects. ___________ 3. III. an architect is required to give full time (8 hour) construction supervisor. ___________ 7. For an office building or multi-storey apartments. ___________ 26. wind. The architect’s minimum fee for architect’s regular services for a residential project is 10% of the Project Construction Cost. Group 5 Classifications includes office buildings. ___________ 29. .___________ 24. electrical. Under the Architect’s Regular Design Services. the estimate may be guaranteed only on a range of 10% plus or minus the stated estimate. ___________ 25. ___________ 6. mechanical. Under the Design Build on a guaranteed maximum cost. TRUE OR FALSE ___________ 1. Rain. structural. ___________ 28. flood and other natural phenomenon of inconsequential degree for the locality shall be construed as an act of an or force majeure. Project Construction Cost minimum basic fee for Group 1 Classification is 6% for 50 million and less. E. Freight facilities and hangers are under Group 2 Classification according to Schedule of Maximum basic fee. ___________ 5. plumbing/sanitary services. the architect’s minimum fee is 4% of the Project Construction cost. In giving instructions. Correction measures on deficiencies is done by the Architect. ___________ 8. the savings on the cost of the project is divided equally between the Client and the Architect. the architect shall have the authority to make minor charges in the work not involving extra and not inconsistent with the foreign concept of the building. ___________ 30. Hospitals fall under Group 4 Classification of projects. The Architect’s fee includes normal. ___________ 4. ___________ 27.

demographic analysis. The Architect undertakes environmental analysis. and examines existing laws. Physical Planning is an activity of Pre-Design Services. Comprehensive Planning is an activity of Pre-Design Services. ___________ 15. It is the essence of the Contract to recognize such changes in Drawings as constituting a normal and expected margin of adjustment and not involving nor permitting change or modification or contract prices. ___________ 12. Group 4 building shall consist of monumental buildings and other facilities requiring consummate design skill and much precise detailing. ___________ 22. separately. ___________ 21. order extra work or make changes by altering. ___________ 13. ___________ 20. political/social constraints under the Comprehensive Planning Services. ___________ 11. Construction Services is under UAP Document 204. ___________ 18. provided only that resulting overruns or underruns from the quantities in the Proposal do not exceed ten (10) percent.___________ 9. adding to . the services rendered by the Architect as a Construction Manger shall be compensated for. The Construction Supervision Group is usually recommended by the Architect and paid for by the Owner. ___________ 14. The Construction Manager should not be a member of the staff of the Owner but an independent-individual or firm hired by the owner to manage the construction of a particular project. Building and Equipment Maintenance is an activity that falls under PostConstruction Services. If there be variance between the Drawings and the Specifications. The Owner may at any time without invalidating the contract and without notice to the sureties. Group 7 shall consist of housing projects. ___________ 10. ordinances. The Construction Supervisory Group shall not make decisions on matters that are the sole responsibility of the Architect and/or Design Engineer. feasibility studies. the Architect can also perform full time supervisory services. the provisions of the specifications shall control. Since construction management is not part of the regular services of the Architect. When requested by the Owner. ___________ 16. ___________ 17. ___________ 19. ___________ 23.

promises to make good debt or default of another. the provisions of the drawings shall control. F. patterns and models as well as schedule required for the work of the various trades. Temporary or trial usage by the Owner of any mechanical device. The Contractor may submit periodically but not more than twice each month a Request for Payment for work done. ___________ 24. . templates. A payment bond is a statement from the architect confirming the amount of money due the contractor for work accomplished. the liquidated damages in the amount stipulated in the contract agreement. equipment or any work or materials supplied under contract before final completion and written acceptance by the architect shall be construed as evidence of the architect’s acceptance of same. III. ___________ 25.or deducting from the work. ___________ 4. contractor’s name. number of drawings. machinery. The sub-contactor shall prepare at his own expense and submit with such promptness two copies of all shop or setting drawings. ___________ 2. A contract is a legal enforceable promise or agreement between two or more persons. ___________ 28. firm. Upon failure to complete the said contract within the contract time. apparatus. ___________ 27. Submission of the shop drawings shall be accompanied by a letter of transmittal in triplicate containing name of project. the said payment to be made by way of penalty. titles and other pertinent data. Liquidated damages is the amount paid by the contractor to the owner for everyday of delay in construction time. If the contractor and the Owner fail to arrive at any agreement as to the price of such extra work. ___________ 29. ___________ 26. If there be variance between the Drawings and Specifications. A surety is a person or organization who for a consideration. as covered by the Drawings and Specifications of this contract and within the general scope thereof. the contractor shall be required to pay the Owner. ___________ 30. or corporation that said contractor. TRUE OR FALSE ___________ 1. the Owner reserves the right to have such extra work done by any other person. ___________ 3.

The architect’s fee does not include structural. The owner’s responsibility is to provide full information as to his requirements for the project. and examines existing laws. The Architect is not entitled to compensation for services if the project is not constructed. ___________ 17. Offering free preliminary sketches or services without compensation is unethical. ordinances. ___________ 12. The Construction Supervisory Group shall not make decisions on matters that are the sole responsibility of the Architect and/or Design Engineer. All contract documents prepared and furnished by the Architect becomes the property of the owner when paid for.___________ 5. ___________ 19. ___________ 13. ___________ 16. The Architect has a greater responsibility to the owner that to the project itself. demographic analysis. ___________ 11. Construction Services is under UAP Document 204. The Zoning Administrator is also concerned with the structural soundness and amenities of the building. Under the Design Build on a guaranteed maximum cost. Protection of adjacent property shall be the sole responsibility of the contractor. ___________ 6. political/social constraints under the Comprehensive Planning Services. feasibility studies. is divided equally between the Client and the Architect. . ___________ 8. Physical Planning Services is the range of services offered by the environmental-planner. The Code of Ethical Conduct is binding on UAP members only. the savings on the cost of the Project. ___________ 20. The Architect undertakes environmental analysis. ___________ 10. sanitary and electrical services. ___________ 14. Comprehensive Planning Services is the range of services offered by the environmental-planner. ___________ 9. ___________ 15. ___________ 7. ___________ 18. The architect is not entitled to any compensation if the project is not constructed.

The Architect shall furnish the Owner five (5) sets of Drawings. III. Cost estimates of the Architect are accurate. ___________ 2. The Architect has legal responsibility should the equipment fails to function as per design or should a portion of the building collapses. ___________ 27. The detailed design of the building and landscaping elements is a part of Specialized Allied Services. The construction supervision group can involve itself directly with the work of the Contractor. In the Owner-Architect Agreement. or more. or can make decisions pertaining to the responsibility of the Architect or design engineer. it is given by the Architect. in whole or in part. G. he shall be paid only when the work is resumed. or transfer his interest in the said Agreements to partners.___________ 21. TRUE OR FALSE ___________ 1. successors or legal representatives provided there is a written consent of the other party. sublet. The Architect’s Basic minimum fee includes additional services rendered as required by the Owner. If the work of the Architect is abandoned or suspended. ___________ 30. ___________ 23. the Project Manger has legal responsibility as far as design and construction of the project are concerned. ___________ 26. or can decide on matters pertaining to the Architect’s design. the expenses of which are built-in in the Basic Minimum fee. and therefore can be guaranteed by him. Specifications and other Contract Documents. The construction manager can enter into the responsibility of the Contractor. ___________ 25. ___________ 29. ___________ 28. either the Architect or the Owner can assign. a required by the Owner at not extra cost. If the owner desires to have a miniature model of the final and approved design for exhibition and display purposes. Based on the Civil Code. ___________ 22. A suspension of construction of more that 5 months will double the charges of the Architect’s services during the construction phase. ___________ 24. .

___________ 6. ___________ 14. When the Architect undertakes a project for addition. to insure the proper execution of the project. ___________ 9. ___________ 17. The architect is not prohibited from offering free preliminary sketches or other services without compensation. The architect cannot stop the work even when such stoppage may be necessary. The Architect may donate his professional services with compensation including civic or charity projects. ___________ 12. ___________ 11. ___________ 7. The architect can undertake under fixed contract-sum agreement the construction of any project based on plans prepared by him. . the Architect must safeguard only the interests of the Client. rehabilitation or remodeling of any erected structure. The Architect may guarantee estimates or cost of the work. ___________ 13. The Architect’s Code of Ethics is also known as the Code of Ethical Conduct. Between the Owner and Contractor.___________ 3. Defective work which is replaced or corrected by the same Contractor shall mean an expense shouldered by the Owner. ___________ 8. ___________ 5. The Architect may offer free preliminary sketches or other services to a client. ___________ 18. ___________ 4. there is no need to notify the previous architect since the owner is no longer the same. The Architect shall render professional services with compensation including civic or charity projects. ___________ 15. ___________ 16. The Architect may present examples of his professional experience to a prospective client. Competitive bid contracts are not drawn on a fixed price or lump-sum basis. A contract may be entered into in the name of another by one who has authority or legal representation. Lump-sum or stipulated sum contracts provide for the compensation of the contractor on the basis of a flexible amount to cover the cost of all works and services including the contractor’s overhead costs. ___________ 10. The architect’s relationship to his client is dependent upon good faith.

___________ 30. An architect can terminate his contract/agreement with the owner for justifiable cause. In specifying. ___________ 26. it may be desirable to include or refer to the manufacturer’s specification. ___________ 29. The third phase of an architect’s regular services is: a) design development phase c) contractor document phase b) construction phase d) supervision phase 2.___________ 19. IV. ___________ 24. ___________ 28. Clerk-of-works are hired by the architect upon recommendation of the owner. MULTIPLE CHOICES 1. Project financing is an activity that falls under: a) specialized allied services b) pre-designed services c) design services d) comprehensive architectural services 3. Building permits are required even for government buildings. The architect’s detailed estimate of probable cost may be guaranteed within a range of ten percent. ___________ 27. The architect may try to convince the prospective clients of his qualifications for the job through presentation of examples of his professional experience. Construction inspectors are hired by the architect. The only function the present-day architect performs is space planning. The plans and specifications are the property of the architect even if already paid for by the Owner. ___________ 23. A. A contractor cannot hire another architect in his staff if there is an executive architect in-charge for supervision of the project. What percentage of an architect’s work is liability under the civil code: a) 5% c) 15% . ___________ 25. Not all registered architects are qualified to be a Building Official. ___________ 21. ___________ 20. An architect should always side with the owner against the contractor in cases of disputes. ___________ 22.

The fee of the architect for design build services on a guaranteed maximum cost aside from his fee for regular design service is: a) 5% c) 10% b) 7% d) 20% 5. Specifications shall form part of: a) request for payment b) damage claim c) contract development d) certificate of final occupancy 13.b) 10% d) 20% 4. the workmanship performed by the contractor he shall furnished a: a) personal bond c) performance bond b) guarantee bond d) payment bond 7. Additional information on contract documents issued to bidders before date of bidding is: a) proposal c) instruction to bidders b) bid bulletin d) specifications 6. An outline specifications enumerating the type or trade names of materials to be used is known as: a) supplementary specifications . Written or printed description of work to be done describing qualities of materials and mode of construction is known as: a) specifications c) change notice b) instruction to bidder d) written notice 12. Amount paid by a contractor to the owner for every day of delay in construction time is known as: a) payment bond c) extra cost b) liquidated damages d) adjustment claim 10. To guarantee the quality of materials and equipments installed. Breakdown of work and corresponding value and schedule of construction work shall be submitted by the contractor within how many days after award of contract. Printed documents stipulating the procedural and administrative aspect of the contract is known as: a) specification c) schedule b) written notice d) general conditions 8. Protection of adjacent property shall be the sole responsibility of: a) owner c) contractor b) architect d) architect and contractor 11. a) 15 days c) 10 days b) 30 days d) 45 days 9.

Upon completion of the Contract Document Phase payments due to the architect for services rendered based on a percentage of his fee is: a) 5% of the fee c) 75% of the fee b) 85% of the fee d) 40% of the fee 16. Specifications are part of the: a) schematic design b) general conditions c) contract documents d) special provisions 22. Architectural programming is an activity of a) Design Services c) Comprehensive services b) Specialized Allied Services d) Pre-design services 18. As built drawings are prepared and submitted by the a) architect c) construction manager b) contractor d) supplier 17.b) schedule of materials and finishes c) special provisions d) instruction to contractor 14. The architect normally pays for the services needed for: a) surveys c) structural design b) soil testing d) as-built plans . Complaints for unethical and unprofessional conduct of architects is brought before a) Bldg. Certificates of payments are issued by the: a) owner c) architect b) bank d) construction manager 23. Approval of samples of finishing materials are the responsibility of the: a) architect c) Contractor b) owner d) construction manager 21. The Architect normally furnishes the owner a number of sets of Drawings and Specifications at the expense of the architect a) 2 sets c) 5 sets b) 4 sets d) as needed by the owner 20. Official c) Board of Architecture b) Court d) PRC 19. A word understood to mean “purchase and or fabricate and deliver to the job site or other location when so designated is: a) work c) deliver b) install d) furnish 15.

Certificate of Payments are issued by the: a) architect c) contractor b) owner d) construction manager 2. Under the architect’s code. MULTIPLE CHIOCE 1. Of the remaining 15% of the architect’s fee applied to construction phase. the amount applied for the architect’s liability under the civil code is: a) 10% c) 75% b) 5% d) all of 15% 30. the architect furnishes the owner drawings and specifications without extra cost for: a) 10 sets c) 7 sets b) 5 sets d) 6 sets 25. Preparation of as built-drawings are the responsibility of the: a) engineer c) suppliers b) construction manager d) contractor IV. Upon completion of design development phase the percentage of the architect’s fee is: a) 10% c) 35% b) 20% d) 40% 29. Specialized Allied Services include: a) Interior design b) pre-design c) economic feasibility d) market study 28. B.24. All permits for construction are paid by the: a) architect c) contractor b) construction manager d) owner 3. Special consultant fees are paid by the: a) owner c) contractor b) architect d) construction manager 26. Field and test results records are the responsibility of the: a) contractor c) owner b) construction manager d) architect 27. Project Construction Cost includes: a) architect’s fee b) the design engineer’s fee c) both a & b d) none of the foregoing .

Graphical studies which will show the owner how his needs and requirements will be met in the proposed building is called a: a) chart c) preliminary studies b) design development d) conceptual plans 12. Shop drawings are prepared by the: a) architect b) contractor c) project supervisor d) owner 6. specifications and other contract documents is made by the: a) owner c) construction manager b) architect d) contractor 8. Verification of as built drawings is done by: a) architect c) construction supervisor b) contractor d) owner 9. Fees for normal structural. test results are kept by the: a) construction supervisor c) contractor b) architect d) construction managers 11. electrical.4. Resolution of conflict on technical matters relative to drawings. Periodic visits by the Architect to the project in order to determine the progress of work in accordance with plans and specification is called: . In keeping of field records. For the purpose of the Construction. Awards of Contract are the responsibility of the ff: a) architect c) owner b) construction manager d) project manager 7. mechanical and plumbing services are for the account of: a) owner c) contractor b) architect d) design engineer 5. A statement of probable cost is called a: a) cost-plus-fee c) speculative guess b) estimate d) price index 14. Documents utilized by the Contractor and Sub-contractors in determining materials and equipment and the process of the construction of the building is known as: a) specifications c) general conditions b) working drawings d) feasibility studies 13. a PERT CPM is prepared by the: a) architect c) construction manager b) contractor d) construction supervisor 10.

One of the activities that fall under pre-design services is: a) project financing c) schematic design . labor or both is known as: a) bid c) instruction to bidders b) quotation 19. The offer of a bidder to perform the work described by the contract documents is a: a) proposal c) performance bond b) offer the bid d) advertisement 16. The binding resolution of disputes by one or more neutral persons as a substitute for judicial proceeding is known as: a) lien c) substantive law b) arbitration 21.a) superintendence b) supervision c) administration d) management 15. material supplier or vendor to furnish materials. compensation for services should: a) 10% c) 50% b) 20% 17. mechanical. Payment for structural. or other tests and reports as maybe required for the project is the responsibility of the: a) owner c) contractor b) architect 18. chemical. A specific period of time within which legal action must be brought for alleged damage or injury is: a) time limit c) statute of limitation b) completion time 22. Written or printed descriptions of work to be done describing quantities of materials and mode of construction is known as: a) specification c) instruction to bidders b) general conditions 20. The amount paid by the contractor to the owner for every day of delay in construction time is known as: a) liquidated damages c) credit memo b) payment bond 23. acoustical. sub-contactor. A price given by a contractor. For alterations and additions to of existing structures belonging to group 1 to 5. soil mechanics.

One of the activities that fall under construction services is: a) construction management c) site selection and analysis c) comprehensive planning 27. __________________________________________________________________ 4. In the formulation of a master development plan. Three architectural organization integrated into one association called the United Architects of the Philippines: . __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ B.2% c) 3% . ENUMERATION (Set A) A. __________________________________________________________________ 5. The architect as a project manager is compensated what percentage of the project cost? a) 1% . __________________________________________________________________ C.b) interior design 24. Two divisions of the Architect’s National Code: 1.6% b) 2% .5% 30. a component to be considered is: a) socio-cultural component c) competitive component b) construction component 29. __________________________________________________________________ 2. One of the activities that fall under specialized allied services is: a) architectural programming c) full time supervision b) physical planning 26. A percentage of his fee an architect is entitled to receive when the owner fails to implement the plans and documents for construction as prepared by the architect is: a) 50% c) 90% b) 85% V. One of the activities that fall under design services is: a) space/management studies c) construction phase b) landscaping 25. __________________________________________________________________ 2. The Contract consists of the following documents: 1. One of the activities that fall under post construction services is: a) promotional services c) building and equipment maintenance c) contract document phase 28.

__________________________________________________________________ E. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ D. __________________________________________________________________ 6. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 7. In the formulation of the Master Development Plan. __________________________________________________________________ F. The Architect renders services whose sequence come in four phases: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 6. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 3. The several activities that fall under Pre-Design Services are: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ G. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 7. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ . __________________________________________________________________ H. __________________________________________________________________ I. __________________________________________________________________ 3. Design services which fall under specialized allied services are: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 2. The entire range of architect’s services are divided into seven major services as follows: 1. the following components are to be considered: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 5. Have the sole power of interpreting the provisions of the Architects National Code 1.1.

__________________________________________________________________ K. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 6.J. __________________________________________________________________ M. __________________________________________________________________ 2. the clients selects his Architect on the basis of: 1. __________________________________________________________________ O. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 2. the owner shall furnish the architect the following: 1. Three basic methods of selection available to client seeking the services of an architect: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 2. Under the direct selection method. __________________________________________________________________ 7. produces documents in the forms of: 1. __________________________________________________________________ L. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 3. Two ways to undertake design build services: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ N. __________________________________________________________________ 8. During the progress of work. __________________________________________________________________ Q. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ 3. The design and building construction process is undertaken by four principal members namely: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 4. A complete and detailed documentation of construction or erection drawings prepared by the architect shall consists of the following: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 2. Some of the services of the architect in post-construction services are: 1. __________________________________________________________________ . __________________________________________________________________ P. The Architect in the process of translating abstract ideas into meaningful concrete terms.

__________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ T. Physical planning is approached through a mechanism which integrates in time and space. __________________________________________________________________ 9. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ U. Payments to the Architects in fraction of the full fee according to the four phases of services based on the architect’s basic services: . __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ X. __________________________________________________________________ R. __________________________________________________________________ V. Post Construction Services includes: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 7. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 7. __________________________________________________________________ 6. __________________________________________________________________ 2. The 3-D wheel of a building project: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ W. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 8. __________________________________________________________________ S. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 10. Design build services can be performed by the architect in two ways: 1.3. the following components: 1. Functions of Construction Management 1. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 6. __________________________________________________________________ 5. The scope of comprehensive architectural services are as follows: 1.

The Architects Code of Ethical Conduct involves the architect’s responsibilities to: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ Z. __________________________________________________________________ 7. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 10. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 4. Secretary and Treasurer is composed of: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 5.1. __________________________________________________________________ 6. 3. __________________________________________________________________ B. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 11. Owner-Architect agreement should at least include: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 8. The Executive Committee of the UAP organization aside from President. __________________________________________________________________ C. The UAP Standing Committee are under the supervision of four commissions namely: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 2. 2. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ V. __________________________________________________________________ . Shop drawings shall be numbered consecutively and represent 1. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 14. __________________________________________________________________ 12. 4. __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Y. ENUMERATION (Set B) A. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 13. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 9.

__________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 9. __________________________________________________________________ 3. ___________________________ 4. ___________________________ 7. __________________________________________________________________ 2. The UAP Documents on Professional Practice and Ethics contain the following: 1. ___________________________ I. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ H. __________________________________________________________________ 7. __________________________________________________________________ E. __________________________________________________________________ 10. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 2. The UAP Standard of Contract Documents contain the following: . __________________________________________________________________ 6. __________________________________________________________________ D. __________________________________________________________________ 4. The Contractor will be allowed an extension of time based on the following conditions: 1. The UAP Charter Documents contains the following: 1. Reasons for the delay in the mobilization and/or in the progress of his work for reasons attributable to the Owner are: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 8. __________________________________________________________________ F. __________________________________________________________________ G. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 3. ___________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 2.2. ___________________________ 2. Shop drawings shall be dated and contain the following: 1. ___________________________ 8. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ J. ___________________________ 6. __________________________________________________________________ 5. ___________________________ 5. The value of extra work or change shall be determined in any one or more of the following ways: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 3.

__________________________________________________________________ . __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ K. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ 2. UAP Inter-Professional Documents contain the following: 1. UAP Professional Services Manual contain the following: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 7. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ 2. Five methods of compensation for the architect: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ N. __________________________________________________________________ 6. 4. 3. 7. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ M. __________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________ L. __________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________ 3.1. 6. __________________________________________________________________ 3. 2. __________________________________________________________________ 6. 5. UAP Standard Contract Documents contain the following: 1. __________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________ 4.

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