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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TITLE ................................................................................................................................. i
Foreword ......................................................................................................................... v
Acknowledgment .......................................................................................................... vi

RULE I TITLE AND PURPOSE 7

ARTICLE

1 Title ..................................................................................................................................... 7
2 Purpose ............................................................................................................................. 7

RULE II DEFINITION OF TERMS AND PHRASES 7

3 Definition.......................................................................................................................... 7
4 Acronyms.......................................................................................................................... 12

RULE III SCOPE, COVERAGE AND APPLICABILITY 13

5 Scope ................................................................................................................................... 13
6 Coverage and Application ........................................................................................... 13
7 Approach ............................................................................................................................ 14
8 Mandatory Green Measures ....................................................................................... 14

RULE IV GREEN BUILDING MEASURES 14

9 Energy Efficiency ............................................................................................................ 14


10 Water Efficiency .............................................................................................................. 24
11 Materials and Waste Management .......................................................................... 25
12 Indoor Environmental Quality ................................................................................... 26
13 Site Sustainability ........................................................................................................... 27

RULE V MANAGEMENT ARRANGEMENTS 28

14 Responsibility for Enforcement................................................................................ 28


15 Mandaluyong City Green Building Council.......................................................... 28
16 Mandaluyong City Green Building Authority...................................................... 29
17 Transitory Green Building Office.............................................................................. 31
18 Budgetary Allocation .................................................................................................... 31

RULE VI GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATION PROCESS 32

19 Green Building Certificate............................................................................................. 32

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20 Green Building Pre-Compliance Certificate (GBPCC) in Building
Design......................................................................................................................... 32
21 Green Building Certification Process Flow ......................................................... 33
22 Green Building Certification Time Table ............................................................. 33
23 Green Building Compliance Certificate in Construction............................... 33
24 Reportorial Requirements.......................................................................................... 33

RULE VII GREEN BUILDING APPLICATION FORMS 34

25 Green Building Pre-Compliance Certificate in Building Design ................. 34


26 Green Building Compliance Certificate in Construction ............................... 34

RULE VIII - GREEN BUILDING FEES 34

27 Green Building Fees........................................................................................................ 34

RULE IX CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE FEES 36

28 Center for Excellence Fees ........................................................................................... 36

RULE X INCENTIVES AND PENALTIES 36

29 Incentives............................................................................................................................. 36
30 Penalties................................................................................................................................ 37

RULE XI REVIEW AND REVISION 38

31 Periodic Review and Revision..................................................................................... 38

RULE XII FINAL PROVISIONS 38

32 Amendatory and Repealing Clauses ........................................................................ 38


33 Separability Clauses ........................................................................................................ 38
34 Transitory and Exclusion Clause ............................................................................... 38
35 Effectivity Clause .............................................................................................................. 38

TABLES

1 Building Categories for Efficiency Measures......................................................... 14


2 Minimum Fresh Air Rates (cfm/ft2) from PSVARE 2010................................ 16
3 Maximum SHGC and Minimum VLT for each Windows to Wall Ratio........ 17
4 Maximum SHGC for Each WWR and Each Orientation..................................... 17
5 Correction Factor for Each Horizontal Overhang Shading Projection....... 18
6 Correction Factor for Each Vertical Fins Shading Projection ....................... 18
7 Electrically-Operated Unitary Air Conditioners and Condensing

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Units (I-P).............................................................................................................................. 20
8 Water Chilling Packages Minimum Efficiency Requirements (I-P)......... 21
9 Minimum Nominal Efficiency of Motors (PSVARE 2010)............................... 22
10 2010 PSVARE Maximum Lighting Power Density (LPD)................................. 23
11 Water Efficiency Measures ........................................................................................... 24
12 Fixture and Appliance Ratings..................................................................................... 25
13 Materials Efficiency Measures ..................................................................................... 25
14 MRF Room Requirements ............................................................................................. 26
15 Indoor Environmental Quality Measures ............................................................... 26
16 Site Sustainability Measures......................................................................................... 28
17 Staffing Pattern of the MCGBA...................................................................................... 30
18 Rate of Filing and Processing fees for Green Building Certification............ 35
19 Building Height Limit and Floor Area Ratio for Green Building.................... 36

FIGURES

1 Definition of Orientation................................................................................................. 18
2 Schematic Representation of a Window and Related Overhang or Fin ..... 19

ANNEXES

A Mandaluyong Green Building Authority Organizational Structure.............. 40


B1 MGBA Certificate Process Flow Issuance of GBPCC........................................ 41
B2 MGBA Certificate Process Flow Issuance of GBCC .......................................... 42
B3 Work Flow for Application for GBPCC/GBCC ....................................................... 43
C Time Table for Applications ......................................................................................... 44

LIST OF STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTED ............................................................................................ 45

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FOREWORD

The Mandaluyong City Green Building Project commenced with a Cooperation Agreement
signed between the City of Mandaluyong and the International Finance Corporation on
October 2012 that has effectivity until June 30, 2017. The project is focused on developing
and implementing green building regulations in the city of Mandaluyong that will result in
increased efficiency of buildings in the use of resources such as energy, water and materials
thus minimizing the impacts of buildings on human health and the environment. With the
creation of a City Green Building Team through Executive Order No. 04, series of 2012 and
under the technical assistance of the International Finance Corporation, Ordinance No. 535,
s-2014 otherwise known as the 2014 Green Building Regulation of Mandaluyong City was
adopted on January 27, 2014 during the second and final reading by the Sangguniang
Panlungsod ng Mandaluyong.

Ordinance No. 535, s-2014 is the output of several fora conducted at the national level,
consultation with local government units, massive stakeholders consultation at the city
level, ocular inspection of actual buildings certified by established Green Building Rating
Systems, and a market study of at least 60 buildings in Metro Manila, Metro Cebu and Metro
Davao to establish the baseline for determining green measures appropriate for local
investment climate.

The Ordinance is designed for application to new buildings of specific categories but with
provisions for revision and gradual expansion to cover other categories of buildings in the
future. The Ordinance also provides for the preparation of an Implementing Rules and
Regulations to simplify interpretation of its various provisions.

This IRR details technical descriptions, guidelines and approaches for easier compliance to
mandatory measures for energy and water efficiencies. Other building performance areas
mentioned in the Ordinance such as Materials and Waste Management, Site Sustainability,
and Indoor Environmental Quality require simple measures, hence, do not warrant further
detailing and discussion.

The realization of this IRR is made possible through the combined efforts of the
Mandaluyong City Officials and the City Green Building Team, the International Finance
Corporation Team of consultants including the Philippine Green Building Initiative, with
the participation of various stakeholders on building design, construction and operation.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT
To our leaders, representatives of professional organizations, national government agencies,
developers, building contractors, designers, suppliers, owners and operators, community
organizations and other non-government organizations who, in one way or another, have shared
their expertise and opinions to make this IRR as simple, realistic and implementable as possible,
and jumpstart a new beginning of a sustainable, liveable and a model community.

Specifically, a profound expression of gratitude is hereby extended to the following:

CITY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION

Hon. Benjamin DC. Abalos, Jr. Mr. Hans Shrader


City Mayor and Chairman, CGBT Senior Program Manager, IFC

Hon. Edward Bartolome Arch. Autif Sayyed


City Vice Mayor IFC Green Building Specialist for the East Asia Pacific

Hon. Councilor Charisse Marie A. Abalos Atty. Maria Teresita G. Lacerna


Hon. Councilor Rhoel B. Bacar IFC Legal Advisor For Investment Climate
Hon. Councilor Cherry Lynn P. Santos
Hon. Councilor Antonio DS Suva Technical Consultants, IFC
Hon. Councilor Jesus C. Cruz Mr. Ruggiero Guida (WSP)
Hon. Councilor Fernando S. Ocampo Mr. Ommid Saberi (WSP)
Hon. Councilor Alexander C. Sta. Maria Philippine Green Building Initiative (PGBI)
Hon. Councilor Grace Marie V. Antonio
Hon. Councilor Francisco Esteban
Hon. Councilor Ayla V. Alim
Hon. Councilor Luisito E. Espinosa STAKEHOLDERS (who provided inputs/reply)
Hon. Councilor Alex I. Santos
Hon. Councilor Edmond Espiritu Greenfield Development Corporation
SM Supermalls
CGB PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM Liberty Center, Shaw Blvd. Mandaluyong City
Addition Hills North HOA Inc.
Arman Comandao (Team Leader) Century Properties Inc., Makati City
Hon. Councilor B. Rhoel Bacar (Member) National Housing Authority
Engr. Crisanto W. Roxas (Member) Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers
Atty. Voltaire G. San Pedro (Member)
Hon. Michael R. Ocampo (Member)
Mr. Ernesto E. Victorino (Member) CGB TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND SECRETARIAT
Dr. Pecos RI Camarines (Member)
Mr. Jimmy M. Isidro (Member) Engr. Vermelita B. Simbulan
Ms. Susan S. Gasilao
CGBT TECHNICAL TEAM Engr. Anna Mae Hernandez
Arch. Joseph Perfecto Rea
Mr. Victor E. Victoria Arch. Abraham Raposon, Jr
Arch. Roberto G. Tolentino Mr. Orlando Fumera
Engr. Gaspar F. Alcazar Mr. Erickson dela Rosa
Engr. Mary Jane dela Cruz Ms. Rachel T. Maravilla
Engr. Ronaldo Cerrudo Ms. Belen Mariscotes
Atty. Ernesto San Juan Mr. Lito Cloma
Dr. Maria Teresita Viray Engr. Maricel Licuanan
Ms. Adelina Lomarda Ms. Jane T. Agbay
Ms. Marites Calo Mr. Jeffrey Sison

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PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF ORDINANCE NO. 535,
S-2014, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE 2014 GREEN BUILDING REGULATIONS OF
MANDALUYONG CITY, THE FOLLOWING RULES AND REGULATIONS ARE HEREBY
ADOPTED IN ORDER TO CARRY OUT THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ORDINANCE.

RULE I
TITLE AND PURPOSE

ARTICLE 1. TITLE. These rules shall be known and cited as the Implementing Rules and
Regulations of Ordinance No. 535, s-2014 otherwise known as 2014 Green Building
Regulations of Mandaluyong City.

ARTICLE. 2. PURPOSE. The purpose of these Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR)is
to provide detailed guidelines for the effective implementation of the 2014 Green Building
Regulations of Mandaluyong City.

RULE II
DEFINITION OF TERMS AND PHRASES

ARTICLE 3. DEFINITION. For purposes of this IRR, the following definition of terms,
phrases and acronyms shall apply:

Apartelle. The collaboration or the combination of an apartment and a hotel. It is a place of


accommodation. It is similar to a pension house, a tourism inn, a guest house and a
dormitory.

ASHRAE. American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers.

Automatic: Self-acting, operating by its own mechanism when actuated by some non-
manual influence, such as a change in current strength, pressure, temperature, or
mechanical configuration.

Automatic Control Device: A device capable of automatically turning loads off and on
without manual intervention.

BOD: Biological Oxygen Demand (is an indication of organic matter in wastewater)

Building Envelope. The interface and thermal barrier between the interior of the building
and the outdoor environment including the walls, windows, ground floor, roof and
foundation.

Building materials: Any element of the building envelope through which heat flows and
that is included in the component U-factor calculations other than air films and insulation

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Carbon Emission. The release of carbon into the atmosphere.

COD: Chemical Oxygen Demand (is an indication of organic matter in wastewater)

Coefficient of Performance (COP) : The ratio of the rate of heat removal to the rate of
energy input, in consistent units, for a complete refrigerating system or some specific
portion of that system under designated operating conditions.

Commercial Building. Building that is used for commercial purposes. Types can include
office buildings, retail, convenience store and shopping malls.

Daylight Zones: A daylight zone is defined as an area with a depth of 5 meters parallel to
any glazed external wall or 1.5 times of the head height of the windows, whichever is
larger.

Educational Building. Building designed for various activities in a primary, secondary, or


higher educational system and often including living areas for students.

Energy. The ability or capacity to do work or to produce change. Forms of energy include
heat, light, sound, electricity and chemical energy.

Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER): The ratio of net cooling capacity in Btu/h to total rate of
electric input in watts under designated operating conditions.

Fan System Power: The sum of the nominal power demand (nameplate horsepower) of
motors of all fans that are required to operate at design conditions to supply air from the
heating or cooling source to the conditioned space(s) and return it to the source or exhaust
it to the outdoors.

Green Building. An integrated whole-building approach to the planning, design,


construction, operation, and maintenance of buildings and their surrounding landscape
that help mitigate the environmental, economic and social impacts of buildings through the
following: site conservation and sustainable planning, water conservation and efficiency,
energy efficiency and renewable energy; conservation of materials and resources, and
improved indoor environmental quality and human health.

Green House Gas. Any of the atmospheric gases that contribute to the greenhouse effect.

Green Materials. Includes all construction materials, hardware and fittings, roughins and
finishing that are certified environmentfriendly and the practice of optimizing its use such
that construction debris and waste generated are limited to a minimum.

Gross Roof Area: The area of the roof measured from the exterior faces of walls or from
the centerline of party walls.

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Indoor Environmental Quality. Refers to indoor air quality that focuses on airborne
contaminants as well as other health, safety and comfort issues.

Infiltration: The uncontrolled inward air leakage through cracks and crevices in any
building element and around windows and doors of a building caused by pressure
differences across these elements due to factors such as wind, inside and outside
temperature differences (stack effect) and imbalance between supply and exhaust air
systems.

Installed Interior Lighting Power: The power in watts of all permanently installed
general, task, and furniture lighting systems and luminaries.

Integrated Part-Load Value (IPLV): A single-number figure of merit based on part-load


EER, COP, or kW/ton expressing part-load efficiency for air-conditioning and heat pump
equipment on the basis of weighted operation at various load capacities for the equipment.

Light Power Density (LPD): The ratio between the total installed lighting power and the
total gross floor area. LPD for car parks is the total lighting power divided by the total car park
area.

Machineries. Refers to machines, equipment mechanical contrivances, instruments,


appliances or apparatus which may or may not be attached, permanently or temporarily to
the real property, it includes the physical facilities for production, the installation and
appurtenant service facilities, those which are mobile, selfpowered or selfpropelled, and
those not permanently attached to the real property which are actually directly, and
exclusively used to meet the needs of particular industry, business or activity and which
by very nature and purpose are designed for, or necessary to its manufacturing, mining,
logging, commercial, industrial or agricultural purposes.

Mixed Used Building. Medium to high rise building that blends any combination of
residential, commercial, cultural and institutional use.

Modification/Renovation. Rehabilitation or expansion of an existing building and covers


any of the following scope of works:

1. Any of the electrical works, HVAC System and Water Supply.

2. Construction of additional floor area or renovation of floor area of at least 1,000


sq.m.

Non-standard Part-Load Value (NPLV): A single-number part load efficiency figure of


merit calculated and referenced to conditions other than IPLV conditions, for units that are
not designed to operate at ARI Standard Rating Conditions.

Office Building. Building in which business, clerical, or professional activities are


conducted.

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Occupancy Rate. For residential buildings, occupancy rate is the % of no. of units occupied
for most part of the year. For retail buildings, occupancy rate is the % of total floor area
that was not left vacant for most part of the year.

Occupancy Sensor: A device that detects the presence or absence of people within an area
and causes lighting, equipment, or appliances to be regulated accordingly.

Orientation: The direction an envelope element faces, i.e., the direction of a vector
perpendicular to and pointing away from the surface outside of the element.

Outdoor or Fresh Air: Air that is outside the building envelope or is taken from outside
the building and has not been previously circulated through the building.

Projection Factor: Projection factor for overhang is the depth of the overhang divided by
the height of the window. Projection factor of fins is the depth or length of fin divided by
the width of the window.

Pump System Power: The sum of the nominal power demand (nameplate horsepower) of
motors of all pumps that are required to operate at design conditions to supply fluid from
the heating or cooling source to all heat transfer devices (e.g. Coils, heat exchanger) and
return it to the source.

Rainwater Harvesting. Diversion and storage of rainwater from roof, terraces and
hardscape area for reuse.

Regularly Occupied Area: All the main areas in the buildings that are used on frequent
bases, such as living rooms, bedrooms, classrooms, lobbies, meeting rooms and office
spaces. Toilets, bathrooms, corridors and storage spaces will not be considered as
frequently occupied area.

Renewable Energy. Energy that comes from resources which are continuously
replenished such as sunlight, wind and geothermal heat.

Retail. Business dedicated to the sale of goods or commodities in small quantities directly
to the ultimate consumers.

Residential Building. Building/structure for exclusive use as multiple family dwellings


with mixed housing types, may include low, medium or highrise residential condominium
buildings and apartelle that are already commercial in nature or scale.

Roof: The upper portion of the building envelope, including opaque areas and Window,
that is horizontal or tilted at an angle of less than 60 from horizontal.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER): The total cooling output of an air conditioner
during its normal annual usage period for cooling (in Btu) divided by the total electric
energy input during the same period (in Wh).

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Site Sustainability. The manner by which the building is located and constructed so as to
minimize the use of energy, water and natural resources, generate less waste, and minimize
the impact on the land compared to traditional design, construction and maintenance
techniques.

Skylight: A window surface having a slope of less than 60 degrees from the horizontal
plane.

Set point: Point at which the desired temperature (C) of the heated or cooled space is set.

Shading Coefficient (SC): The ratio of solar heat gain at normal incidence through glazing
to that occurring through 3 mm thick clear, double-strength glass, and calculated as SC =
SHGC/0.87. Shading coefficient, as used herein, does not include interior, exterior, or
integral shading devices.

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC): The ratio of the solar heat gain entering the space
through the Window area to the incident solar radiation, expressed in percentage. Solar
heat gain includes directly transmitted solar heat and absorbed solar radiation, which is
then reradiated, conducted, or convected into the space.

Total Floor Area. The total floor space within the building computed by measuring to the
exterior face of the permanent external building walls. Total Floor Area shall include all
floor space within a building, specifically:

1. Office areas
2. Residential areas
3. Commercial Areas
4. Corridors
5. Lobbies
6. Vertical penetrations which shall mean stairs, floors, pipe shafts, vertical ducts, and
the like, and their enclosing walls.
7. Rest rooms or toilets
8. Machine rooms, pump rooms, electrical rooms, utility rooms.
9. Storage rooms and closets
10. Covered balconies and terraces
11. Interior walls and columns, and other interior features
12. Covered areas used for parking and driveways, including vertical penetrations in
parking floors where no residential or office units are present, plant boxes and
residual areas arising from the layout of parking lots.
13. Uncovered areas including roofdecks, helipads, wading or swimming pools,
whirlpools or Jacuzzis, gardens, courts and function areas, and areas bounded by
walls higher than 2 meters for utilities including AC cooling towers, overhead water
tanks, laundry areas and cages

Variable Air Volume (VAV) System: HVAC system that controls the dry-bulb temperature
within a space by varying the volumetric flow of heated or cooled supply air to the space.

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Ventilation: The process of supplying or removing air by natural or mechanical means to
or from any space. Such air is not required to have been conditioned.

Variable Speed Drive (VSD). The equipment used to control the speed of machinery by
changing the frequency at which the motor is operated. Where process conditions demand
adjustment of flow from a pump or fan, varying the speed of the drive may save energy
compared with other techniques for flow control.

Wall: That portion of the building envelope, including opaque area and window, that is
vertical or tilted at an angle of 60 from horizontal or greater.

1. Below-grade wall: that portion of a wall in the building envelope that is entirely
below the finish grade and in contact with the ground

2. Above-grade wall: a wall that is not a below-grade wall.

Wall area, gross: The area of the wall measured on the exterior face from the top of the
floor to the bottom of the roof.

Water efficient fittings: Water fittings such as faucets, showerheads and flushes that use less
water in order to perform the same function of cleaning as effectively as standard models.

Window Area: Total area of the Window measure using the opening and including the
glazing, sash and frame

Window to wall ratio: The ratio of the area of the windows or other glazing area to the
gross facade area measured from exterior expressed as a percentage

ARTICLE 4. ACRONYMS. The acronyms used in this IRR shall mean as follows:

AHU Air Handling Unit


ARI Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Institute
ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers
Btu British thermal unit
COP Coefficient of Performance
HVAC Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning
kVA Kilovolt-ampere
kW Kilowatt
kWh Kilowatt-hour
PSVARE Philippines Society of Ventilating, Air Conditioning & Refrigerating Engineers
SC Shading Coefficient
SHGC Solar Heat Gain Coefficient
sqm Square Meter
STP Sewage Treatment Plant
TR Tonnage of Refrigeration

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VLT Visible Light Transmission
VAV Variable Air Volume
VFD Variable Frequency Drive
VSD Variable Speed Drive
W Watt
Wh Watt-hour
WWR Window to Wall Ratio

RULE III
SCOPE, COVERAGE AND APPLICABILITY

ARTICLE 5. SCOPE. Green Building measures shall be applied to improve building


performance in the following areas:

A. Energy Efficiency
B. Water Efficiency
C. Materials and Waste Management
D. Site Sustainability
E. Indoor Environmental Quality

ARTICLE. 6. COVERAGE AND APPLICATION. This Green Building Regulation applies to


the following:

A. New buildings in the following categories:


1. Residential buildings with total floor area greater than 20,000 sq.m.
2. Office buildings with total floor area greater than 10,000 sq.m.
3. Mixed-use buildings with total floor area greater than 10,000 sq.m.
4. Educational buildings with total floor area greater than 5,000 sq.m
5. Retail buildings with total floor area greater than 15,000 sq.m.
6. Hotel buildings
7. Hospital buildings
8. Government Buildings

B. Modification/renovation of existing buildings in the categories above covering any of


the following scope of works, however, only specific green measures involved in such
renovation/modification shall be required to be consistent with the Ordinance :

1. Any of the electrical works, HVAC System and water supply.


2. Construction of additional floor area or renovation of floor area of at least 1,000
sq.m.

C. For mixed-use buildings, green building measures required for each building type
incorporated into the mixed-use building shall apply.

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D. The Mandaluyong City Green Building Authority (MCGBA) as defined herein shall
review the application of this regulation to building categories and total floor areas three
years from the adoption of this ordinance and every year thereafter. The Mandaluyong
City Green Building Authority (MCGBA) may broaden the application to include other
measures, building categories, existing buildings and/or lower corresponding total floor
areas.

ARTICLE 7. APPROACH. Compliance with the National Building Code, its IRR and Reference
Codes and other relevant laws is mandatory.

ARTICLE 8. MANDATORY GREEN MEASURES. mandatory measures that have been


predetermined through detailed analysis to achieve savings in energy and water
efficiency, materials and waste efficiency, Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and site
sustainability. Other measures not included may be considered by the applicant/ project
in order to achieve greater efficiency and savings for energy and water consumption.

RULE IV
GREEN BUILDING MEASURES

ARTICLE 9. ENERGY EFFICIENCY. Energy Efficiency requires the adoption of efficient


practices, designs, methods and technology that reduce energy consumption resulting in
cost savings as well as reduced consumption of non-renewable energy in three areas
Building Envelope, Efficiency in Mechanical System, and Efficiency in Electrical System.

A. Applicability. The applicant/project shall comply with the list of measures indicated
in the Table 1 below:

Table 1. Building Categories for Energy Efficiency Measures


ENERGY EFFICIENCY BUILDING TYPE APPLICABILITY
MEASURES OFFICE RETAIL HOTEL HOSPITAL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL
BUILDING ENVELOPE
Air tightness and vapor Required Required Required Required Exempt Required
barrier
Window to Wall Ratio and
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient of
Required Required Required Required Required Required
Glass
Operable windows Required Exempt Required Exempt Required Required
EFFICIENCY OF MECHANICAL SYSTEM
Energy Efficiency of Air
conditioning Equipment Required Required Required Required Required Required
Variable Speed Drives and
High Efficiency Motors Required Required Required Required Required Required
Enthalpy Recovery of
Required Required Required Required Exempt Exempt
Exhaust Air
Ceiling Fans or Wall Fans Exempt Exempt Exempt Required Required Required
Continued

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Continuation of Table 1. Building Categories for Energy Efficiency Measures
ENERGY EFFICIENCY BUILDING TYPE APPLICABILITY
MEASURES OFFICE RETAIL HOTEL HOSPITAL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL
EFFICIENCY OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Daylight controlled lighting
system Required Required Required Exempt Exempt Required
Lighting Power Density Required Required Required Required Required Required
Occupancy Sensors Required Exempt Required Exempt Required Required
Lifts and Escalator Efficiencies Required Required Required Required Required Required

1. Air Tightness and Vapor Barrier is required only to air conditioned spaces in
buildings. All naturally ventilated buildings and spaces are exempt from this
requirement.

2. For all building types, Variable Speed Drives and High Efficiency Motors are
required in the following:

a. Cooling Towers and Closed Circuit Fluid Coolers


b. Hydronic System Design and Control (for pumps over 7.5 kW)
c. Air Handling Units (over 7.5 kW)

3. Kitchen ventilation fans are exempt from the rule on Variable Speed Drives and High
Efficiency Motors. All buildings without centralized cooling system are not required
to employ variable speed controllers.

4. Industrial kitchen extracts are exempt from the requirement on Enthalpy Recovery
of Exhaust Air.

5. For all buildings, critical spaces like operations theatres in hospitals are exempt from
the requirement on Ceiling Fans or Wall Fans. In other cases the designer will have
to clearly justify the reason for the exemption.

6. Critical zones with specific requirement are exempt from the requirement on
Daylight Controlled Lighting System. The designer will justify the reason for
exemption. In hotels, guest rooms are exempt.

7. Provision for emergency and security lighting are exempted from the requirement
on Occupancy Sensors. In hotels, the requirement applies to meeting rooms and
corridors. In both residential and school buildings, the requirement applies to
covered car parks and corridors.

B. Requirements

1. Building Envelope

a. Air Tightness and Vapor Barrier

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(1) Buildings shall be designed with self-closing external doors for all air
conditioned spaces. Complete gaskets, weather-stripping, bottom sweeps
and seals within and around window and door assemblies shall be
provided.

(2) Buildings shall use the minimum fresh air rates in Table 2 as per PSVARE
2010 to ensure indoor air quality.

(3) The buildings shall also use vapor barrier in the external faade to reduce
the vapor migration from external spaces.

Table 2: Minimum fresh air rates (cfm/ft2) from PSVARE 2010


Area Outdoor Rate (cfm/ft2)
0.06 0.12 0.18 0.30 0.48
Sports arena (play Swimming (pool
Lecture class room Classrooms Day Care
area) & deck)
Music/ theater/ Gym, stadium (play
Computer lab Art classroom
dance area)
Science
Multi-use assembly Media Center
Laboratories
Conference/
Storage rooms Wood/ metal shop
meeting
Corridors/ Mall Laundry Rooms, University/ College
common areas Central Laboratories
Restaurant dining
Break/ Coffee Room Photo Studios
rooms
Bedroom/ living Cafeteria/ fast food
Shipping/ receiving
room dining
Lobbies/ pre-
Bars, cocktail
function/ Reception Libraries
lounges
areas
Museums Pharmacy (prep.
Office space
(Children's) Area)
Telephone/ data Petshops (animal
Sales
entry areas)
Computer (not Beauty and nail
Gambling Casino
printing) salons
Bowling galley
Warehouses Game arcades
(seating)
Places of religious
worship
Courtrooms/
Legislative
chambers
Museum/ galleries
Supermarket
Spectator areas
Health Club/
aerobics room

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b. Window to Wall Ratio and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient of Glass.

(1) WWR and SHGC: For flexibility of design, WWR shall be balanced with
SHGC whichever is applicable, as follows:

(a) For each WWR value, the SHGC and VLT values shall be in accordance
with Table 3 below:

Table 3: Maximum SHGC and Minimum


VLT for each Windows to Wall Ratio
WWR SHGC VLT
10 0.8 0.8
20 0.7 0.7
30 0.6 0.7
40 0.45 0.6
50 0.44 0.55
60 0.37 0.5
70 0.31 0.45
80 0.27 0.4
90 0.24 0.35

(b) If the main eight orientations are considered, the maximum


allowable SHGC for each WWR and corresponding orientation shall be
in accordance with Table 4 below:

Table 4: Maximum SHGC for Each WWR and Each Orientation


SHGC
North/ VLT
WWR North North/East East South/East South South/West West
West
10 0.80 0.80 0.69 0.74 0.79 0.77 0.74 0.80 0.8
20 0.80 0.73 0.60 0.65 0.69 0.67 0.65 0.76 0.7
30 0.80 0.63 0.52 0.55 0.59 0.57 0.55 0.66 0.7
40 0.60 0.47 0.39 0.41 0.45 0.43 0.42 0.49 0.6
50 0.59 0.46 0.38 0.41 0.44 0.42 0.41 0.48 0.55
60 0.49 0.39 0.32 0.34 0.37 0.35 0.34 0.40 0.5
70 0.41 0.32 0.27 0.29 0.31 0.30 0.29 0.34 0.45
80 0.36 0.28 0.23 0.25 0.27 0.26 0.25 0.29 0.4
90 0.32 0.25 0.21 0.22 0.24 0.23 0.22 0.26 0.35

(c) For intermediate orientations shown in Figure 1 below, the lower value
of SHGC for the two orientations should be selected. If different WWRs
are specified for different facades the appropriate SHGC will be
specified for each corresponding orientation from Table 4. For

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intermediate WWR the higher WWR and lower value of SHGC should be
selected.
NORTH
N NE

WEST EAST

90O
SOUTH

Figure 1: Definition of orientation

(2) External Shading Correction factors: External Shading Correction Factor


must be applied only to the windows that are shaded. SGHC limits can be
adjusted by multiplying it with the correction factors summarized in the
Tables 5 and 6 below using the formula:

SHGCadj = f x SHGC
where:

SHGCadj is the adjusted solar heat gain coefficient limit for windows with
shading

SHGC is the solar heat gain coefficient from Table 3 (or Table 4 if the eight
main orientations are considered)

f is the SHGC correction factor for the external shading as per Table 5 or Table 6.

Table 5. Correction Factor for Each Horizontal Overhang Shading Projection


Correction factors for horizontal projection
D/H South East North West
0.1 1.03 1.03 1.03 1.03
0.5 1.10 1.08 1.06 1.08
1 1.14 1.12 1.08 1.12

Table 6. Correction Factor for Each Vertical Fins Shading Projection


Correction factors for vertical projection
D/W North East South West
0.1 1.04 1.04 1.03 1.04
0.5 1.12 1.11 1.06 1.11
1 1.17 1.16 1.08 1.16

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(a) For intermediate values of D/H or D/W the lower figure of Correction
Factor should be used.

(b) If different shading is specified for different facades and the eight main
orientations are used for the determination of the SHGCs the correction
factors will apply only to the corresponding orientation.

(c) D is the depth of the shading device as projected from the building
exterior wall; and H or W is the height or distance of the bottom sill of
the window from the bottom of the shading device. See Figure 2 below.

(d) Shading which is not attached to windows or placed on a wall with no


window should not be counted.

Figure 2: Schematic Representation of a Window and


Related Horizontal Overhang or Vertical Fin

c. Operable Windows

(1) To give building occupants the opportunity to use natural ventilation for
free cooling and fresh air, in frequently occupied areas, a fraction equal to
at least 5% of that floor area occupied shall be specified as open-able
window. Operable balcony doors can be counted for this calculation.

(2) All the operable windows above ground shall be designed with the safety
measures in place such as protection against typhoons and protection for
child safety.

2. Efficiency of Mechanical System

a. Energy Efficiency of Air-conditioning Equipment

(1) The cooling equipment shall meet or exceed the minimum efficiency
requirement of the 2010 PSVARE Standards for Energy Efficiency of
Buildings as shown in Tables 7 and Table 8 below:

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Table 7: Electrically-Operated Unitary Air Conditioners and Condensing Units (I-P)
Sub-Category or Minimum Test
Equipment Type Size Category
Rating Conditions Efficiency Procedure
Split systems 14.0 SEER
Air conditioners, air- 12.0 EER
<65,000 Btu/h ARI 210/240
cooled 14.0 SEER
Single packaged
11.6 EER
Split systems
Through-the-wall, 12.0 SEER
<30,000 Btu/h ARI 210/240
air-cooled
Single packaged 12.0 SEER
Small-duct high
<65,000 Btu/h Split systems 10.0 SEER ARI 210/240
velocity, air-cooled
65,000 Btu/h Split systems and
11.5 EER
and single package
<135,000 Split systems and
11.3 EER
Btu/h single package
135,000 Split systems and
11.5 EER
Btu/h single package
and
Split systems and
<240,000 11.3 EER
single package
Air conditioners, air- Btu/h
ARI 340/360
cooled 240,000 Split systems and
10.0 EER
Btu/h single package
And
Split systems and
<760,000 9.8 EER
single package
Btu/h
Split systems and
9.7 EER
760,000 single package
Btu/h Split systems and
9.5 EER
single package
Split systems and
<65,000 Btu/h 14.0 EER ARI 210/240
single package
65,000 Btu/h Split systems and
14.0 EER
and single package
135,000 Split systems and
13.8 EER
Btu/hm, single package
Air conditioners,
Split systems and
water and 135,000 14.0 EER
single package
evaporatively cooled Btu/h and ARI 340/360
Split systems and
240,000 Btu/h 13.8 EER
single package
Split systems and
14.0 EER
240,000 single package
Btu/h Split systems and
13.8 EER
single package

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Table 8: Water Chilling Packages Minimum Efficiency Requirements (I-P)
Minimum
Efficiency (I-P) Test
Equipment Type Size category Units
Procedures
Full Load
Air-cooled chillers < 150 tons EER 10
with, condenser, ARI 550/590
electrically operated 150 tons EER 10
Condenserless
Air-cooled chillers
units shall be rated
without condenser, All capacities EER ARI 550/590
with matched
electrically operated
condensers
Reciprocating units
required to comply
Water-cooled,
with water-cooled
electrically operated, All capacities Kw/ton ARI 550/590
positive
positive
displacement
requirements
< 75 tons Kw/ton 0.78
Water-cooled, 75 tons and < 150 tons Kw/ton 0.775
Electrically operated, ARI 550/590
positive displacement 150 tons and < 300 tons Kw/ton 0.68
300 tons Kw/ton 0.62
< 150 tons Kw/ton 0.634
Water-cooled 150 tons and < 300 tons Kw/ton 0.634
electrically operated, ARI 550/590
centrifugal 300 tons and < 600 tons Kw/ton 0.576
600 tons Kw/ton 0.57
Air-cooled absorption
All capacities COP 0.6
single effect
Water-cooled
absorption single All capacities COP 0.6
effect ARI 560
Absorption double
All capacities COP 1
effect indirect-fired
Absorption double
All capacities COP 1
effect direct-fired

(2) VRV and VRF systems falls under air cooled or water cooled chillers
requirements depending on their condensers cooling system.

b. Variable Speed Drives and High Efficiency Motors.

The motors for pumps and fans shall meet or exceed the minimum efficiency
requirement of the 2010 PSVARE Standards for Energy Efficiency of Buildings as
shown in Table 9.

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Table 9: Minimum Nominal Efficiency of Motors (PSVARE 2010)
Open Motors Enclosed Motors
Number of Poles =====> 2 4 6 2 4 6
Synchronous Speed (RPM) =====> 3600 1800 1200 3600 1800 1200
Motor Horsepower
1 77.0 85.5 82.5 77.0 85.5 82.5
1.5 84.0 86.5 86.5 84.0 86.5 87.5
2 85.5 86.5 87.5 85.5 86.5 88.5
3 85.5 89.5 88.5 86.5 89.5 89.5
5 86.5 89.5 89.5 88.5 89.5 89.5
7.5 88.5 91.0 90.2 89.5 91.7 91.0
10 89.5 91.7 91.7 90.2 91.7 91.0
15 90.2 93.0 91.7 91.0 92.4 91.7
20 91.0 93.0 92.4 91.0 93.0 91.7
25 91.7 93.6 93.0 91.7 93.6 93.0
30 91.7 94.1 93.6 91.7 93.6 93.0
40 92.4 94.1 94.1 92.4 94.1 94.1
50 93.0 94.5 94.1 93.0 94.5 94.1
60 93.6 95.0 94.5 93.6 95.0 94.5
75 93.6 95.0 94.5 93.6 95.4 94.5
100 93.6 95.4 95.0 94.1 95.4 95.0
125 94.1 95.4 95.0 95.0 95.4 95.0
150 94.1 95.8 95.4 95.0 95.8 95.8
200 95.0 95.8 95.4 95.4 96.2 95.8
250 95.0 95.8 95.4 95.8 95.6 95.8
300 95.4 95.8 95.4 95.8 96.2 95.8
350 95.4 95.8 95.4 95.8 96.2 95.8
400 95.8 95.8 95.8 95.8 96.2 95.8
450 95.8 96.2 96.2 95.8 96.2 95.8
500 95.8 96.2 96.2 95.8 96.2 95.8

c. Enthalpy Recovery of Exhaust Air

All the buildings with centralized air supply system shall use Enthalpy
Recovery Wheels with efficiency of at least 60% on minimum of 90% of exhaust
air.

d. Ceiling Fans or Wall Fans

All the regularly occupied rooms will be equipped with one ceiling or wall fan for
every 25m2 of occupied space.

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3. Efficiency of Electrical System

a. Daylight Controlled Lighting System

(1) Daylight zones must be zoned independently and lighting must be


controlled through the use of photoelectric sensors on an auto on-off basis
or continual dimming. The photoelectric sensor shall be located
approximately at half () the depth of day-lit zone.

(2) The light levels control points shall be adjusted as per the space lux
requirements. Dimming is an option in a space with 300 lux luminance
requirement.

(3) If occupancy sensors are installed in the daylight area, the occupancy sensor
shall override the daylight sensor during non-occupancy period.

b. Lighting Power Density (LPD)

(1) The average LPD limits for each building type shall comply with the 2010
PSVARE standards indicated in Table 10 below:

Table 10: 2010 PSVARE Maximum Lighting Power Density (LPD)


Building Type LPD (W/m2)
Offices 10.8
Retail Buildings 16.1 (excluding the accent
lighting)
Hotels 10.8
Hospitals 12.9
Residential 10.8
Schools 12.9
Covered parking 3.2
Open and outdoor parking 1.6*
* Taken from ASHRAE 90.1 (2007)

(2) In the mixed used buildings each building type area shall comply with the
LPD of corresponding building type.

c. Occupancy Sensors.

For covered car parks, minimum 66% of the lighting must be controlled by the
occupancy sensors.

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d. Lifts and Escalator Efficiencies

(1) Escalators

(a) Escalators must be fitted with automated controls to reduce to a slower


speed when no activity has been detected for a period of a maximum of
three (3) minutes.

(b)The escalator shall shut down when no activity has been detected for a
period of a maximum of fifteen (15) minutes. These escalators shall be
designed with energy efficient soft start technology. Activation of
reduced speed, power off and power on modes shall be done through
sensors installed in the top or bottom landing areas.

(2) Elevators (lifts). Elevators (lifts) shall be provided with controls to reduce
the energy demand. To meet this requirement, the following features must
be incorporated:

(1) Use of AC Variable-Voltage and Variable-Frequency (VVVF) drives on


non-hydraulic elevators.

(2) The lift car uses energy-efficient lighting and display lighting i.e. an
average lamp efficacy, across all fittings in the car, of >55 lamp lumens/
circuit watt and lighting switches off after the lift has been inactive for a
period of a maximum of five (5) minutes.

(3) The lifts operate in a stand-by condition during off-peak periods.

ARTICLE. 10. WATER EFFICIENCY. The purpose of water efficiency is to adopt efficient
practices, designs, methods and technology that reduce water consumption resulting to
cost savings.

A. Applicability. The applicant/project shall comply with the list of measures indicated in
the table 11 below:

Table 11. Water Efficiency Measures


BUILDING TYPE APPLICABILITY
REQUIREMENTS
OFFICE RETAIL HOTEL HOSPITAL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL
Water efficient fittings
(including low flow taps and
W/C flushes) Required Required Required Required Required Required
Rainwater harvesting Required Required Required Required Required Required
Water recycling for cooling
Exempt Required Exempt Required Exempt Exempt
towers

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b. Requirements

(1) Water efficient fittings (including low flow taps and W/C flushes). All buildings
are required to comply with the requirements on shown in Table 12 below:

Table 12: Fixture and Appliance Ratings


Type of fixtures Quantity Unit
Water closets Dual Flush (6 full/3 liters/flushing cycle
low) or Single Flush
(4.9)
Shower 9 liters/min at 551.6 kPa (80PSi)
Urinals 1 liters/flushing cycle
Hand wash taps 4.8 liters/min at 417.7 kPa (60PSi)
Kitchen/pantry faucets 4.8 liters/min at 417.7 kPa (60PSi)
Handheld bidet sprays 4.8 liters/min at 417.7 kPa (60PSi)

(2) Rainwater Harvesting.

(a) Minimum storage tanks size (in cu.m) shall be calculated by dividing the
building footprint area by 75.

(b) Collected water shall be used for purposes of irrigation, car washing and
cooling tower makeup water (where relevant); or fed into the ground as
ground charging.

(3) Water recycling for cooling towers

Recycled water from sewage treatment plant shall be used for makeup water
for cooling towers. The recycled water produced on site should be used with
required treatment for cooling towers in the retail and hospital buildings. The
collected rain water can be used to dilute the recycled water to make it more
suitable for cooling towers.

ARTICLE. 11. MATERIALS AND WASTE MANAGEMENT. Materials Efficiency requires the
adoption of efficient waste management practices and use of materials that are
environment friendly and locally available.

A. Applicability. The applicant/project shall comply with the list of measures indicated
in the Table 13 below:

Table 13. Materials Efficiency Measures


BUILDING TYPE APPLICABILITY
REQUIREMENTS
OFFICE RETAIL HOTEL HOSPITAL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL
MRF (waste segregation and
Required Required Required Required Required Required
collection)

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B. Requirements. Buildings should provide the minimum MRF room area as described in
the Table 14.

Table 14: MRF Room Requirements


REQUIRE- MRF Minimum Storage Space Requirements / Day
MENTS Office Retail Hotel Hospital Residential School
Floor Area, For 10,000 For 15,000 For 5,000 For 5,000
For 20,000 For 5,000
minimum sq.m. sq.m. sq.m. sq.m.
sq.m. sq.m.

Minimum Minimum
Minimum Minimum Minimum Minimum
MRF floor MRF floor
MRF floor MRF floor MRF floor MRF floor
space is 7.0 space is 18.0
space is 7.0 space is 35.0 space is 2.0 space is 4.0
sqm waste sqm waste
sqm waste sqm waste sqm waste sqm waste
storage space storage space
storage storage storage storage
+ 50% + 50%
space + 50% space + 50% space + 50% space + 50%
circulation circulation
circulation circulation circulation circulation
space space
space space space space
Ratio to be 1 sqm MRF 1 sqm MRF 1 sqm MRF
1 sqm MRF 1 sqm MRF 1 sqm MRF
used in space / space / space /
space / 400 space / 2,500 space / 300
excess of 1,400 sq.m. 2,500 sq.m. 1,250 sq.m.
sq.m. GFA sq.m. GFA sq.m. GFA
minimum GFA GFA GFA
floor area
+ + +
coverage + + +
50% 50% 50%
50% 50% 50%
circulation circulation circulation
circulation circulation circulation
space space space
space space space

ARTICLE 12. INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)


requires the adoption of design, construction and operation practices that take into
consideration the improvement of the occupants health, productivity, safety and quality of
life.

A. Applicability. The following IEQ measures listed in the Table 15 below shall be
adapted:

Table 15. Indoor Environment Quality Measures


BUILDING TYPE APPLICABILITY
REQUIREMENTS
OFFICE RETAIL HOTEL HOSPITAL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL
Smoking Smoking
Required/ Required/ Required/ ban per ban per
Designated smoking Required/
Ordinance Ordinance Ordinance City Ord. City Ord.
area Ordinance No.
No. 467, No. 467, No. 467, No. 467, S No. 467,
467, S2011
S2011 S2011 S2011 2011 S2011
Designation of pantry
or area Required Exempt Exempt Required Required Required
for staff dining

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1. In Offices, the pantry or area for dining is for building administration and staff use
only.

2. In Hospitals, the pantry or area for dining is for staff use.

3. In Residential Buildings, the pantry or area for dining is for building administration
and commercial lessee use.

4. In schools, the pantry or area for dining is for school administration and faculty use.

B. Requirements

1. Designated Smoking Area

a. All building types shall impose a NO SMOKING policy within the building and
property premises, except in special designated smoking areas

b. Adequately sized and placed signs shall be in conspicuous areas of the building
and property premises to remind building occupants of the ruling. Measures or
sanctions may be imposed on violators by the building owner if the ban is not
adhered to.

c. If provided, outdoor designated smoking areas shall be naturally ventilated,


outside of the building shell and away from building entrances, windows and
outside supply air (OSA) intakes by at least ten (10) meters

d. If provided, indoor designated smoking areas shall be partitioned from the rest
of the indoor areas. Partitions shall be from floor to soffit of the next floor or roof
structure. Enclosed smoking areas shall be equipped with adequate exhaust
system with exhaust rate as per 2010 PSVARE. Exhaust shall directly vent out to
the outside of the building and away from any building openings or air intakes.
Enclosed smoking area door and windows shall always be closed and well-
sealed. Negative pressure within is recommended to prevent smoke infiltration
to adjacent spaces.

2. Designation of pantry or area for staff dining

a. For every 50 full time occupants, a minimum pantry area of 3 sq.m shall be
provided.

ARTICLE 13. SITE SUSTAINABILITY. Site sustainability requires the adoption of


design, construction and operation practices that minimize the impact of buildings on
ecosystems and water resources.

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A. Applicability. The site sustainability measure in Table 16 below must be complied
with.

Table 16. Site Sustainability Measures


BUILDING TYPE APPLICABILITY
REQUIREMENT
OFFICE RETAIL HOTEL HOSPITAL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL
A minimum of fifty percent
of the required unpaved
area shall be devoted to
Required Required Required Required Required Required
vegetation planted with
species indigenous to the
entire region.

B. Requirement.

All building sites shall have vegetation cover on at least fifty (50%) percent of the required
unpaved surface area (USA) as per National Building Code. This can include application on
building property ground level and/or building deck surfaces dedicated for landscaping or
vegetation cover.

RULE V
MANAGEMENT ARRANGEMENTS

ARTICLE 14. RESPONSIBILITY FOR ENFORCEMENT. This IRR shall be enforced and
administered by the LCE.

Technical Support. The Mandaluyong City Green Building Council and the
Mandaluyong City Green Building Authority, which are herein established, shall provide
technical support to the Local Chief Executive (LCE).

ARTICLE 15. MANDALUYONG CITY GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL (MCGBC). The


Mandaluyong City Green Building Council is hereby established subject to the
arrangements below:

A. Composition. The Mandaluyong City Green Building Council (MCGBC) shall be


composed of the following:

1. City Mayor as Chairman


2. City Green Building Officer as CoChairman
3. City Planning and Development Coordinator
4. City Engineer/Building Official
5. Chairman of the Sangguniang Panlungsod on Engineering and Public Works
6. Legal Officer
7. Public Information Officer

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8. City Assessor
9. City Health Officer

B. Technical Support. A Technical Working Group and Secretariat are hereby created to
provide technical assistance to the Mandaluyong City Green Building Council.

C. Honoraria. For the effective performance of its functions, the members of the
Mandaluyong City Green Building Council, Technical Working Group and the Secretariat
shall be entitled to a monthly honorarium as follows, subject, however, to change
depending on new or recent legislations, memoranda, circulars or Presidential
proclamation:

(1) Chairman P 3,000.00


(2) Members and Secretariat 2,500.00

D. Meetings. The Mandaluyong City Green Building Council (MCGBC) shall meet regularly
at least once a month. In case of urgent issues, the Mandaluyong City Green Building
Council (MCGBC) may hold a special meeting to address the said issue.

E. Duties And Responsibilities. The Mandaluyong City Green Building Council (MCGBC)
shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:

1. Facilitate the review of the Green Building Ordinance and recommend to the
Sangguniang Panlungsod necessary amendments or adoption of new Green Building
Regulations.

2. Monitor implementation, conduct study and research to update the ordinance.

3. Evaluate and approve incentives to be given to owners/ developers.

4. Determine and recommend to Sangguniang Panlungsod the annual budget of a


Transitory Green Building Office for the operation and implementation of the Green
Building Ordinance. The budget of such transitory office shall be sourced from the
approved budget of the MCGBA.

ARTICLE 16. MANDALUYONG CITY GREEN BUILDING AUTHORITY. To provide technical


assistance and support to the Local Chief Executive, a Mandaluyong City Green Building
Authority (MCGBA) is hereby created. The Mandaluyong City Green Building Authority
(MCGBA) shall be headed by the City Green Building Officer (CGBO), who shall manage
and supervise the operations of the Mandaluyong City Green Building Authority (MCGBA).

A. Composition. The Office of the MCGBA shall be composed of the following personnel,
as shown in Annex A subject to the Qualification Standards of the Civil Service
Commission. The composition of Mandaluyong City Green Building Authority (MCGBA)
shall not exceed the staffing structure shown in Table 17 below:

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Table 17. Staffing Pattern of the MCGBA.
POSITION SALARY GRADE
1. City Green Building Officer SG 27
2. Assistant City Green Building Officer SG 24
3. Two (2) Division Chiefs (GBO IV) SG 22
4. Four (4) Section Chiefs (GBO III) SG 18
5. Four (4) Evaluators/Inspectors (GBO II) SG 15
6. Eight (8) Evaluators/Inspectors (GBO I) SG 11
7. One (1) Secretary SG 11
8. One (1) Driver SG 4
9. One (1) Utility SG 4
10. One (1) Liaison Officer SG 4

B. Qualifications and Responsibilities of the City Green Building Officer (CGBO).

1. The City Green Building Officer (CGBO) shall be:

a. Filipino citizen, a resident of the City of Mandaluyong and of good moral


character;

b. A registered voter of the city of Mandaluyong;

c. Duly Registered Architect or Civil Engineer, or any other relevant profession;

d. Current member of a duly accredited organization of his/her profession and in


good standing for the last two (2) years.

e. Must have a planning, design and management experience for at least five (5)
years prior to his appointment.

2. The City Green Building Officer (CGBO) shall perform the following duties and
responsibilities:

a. Act on all applications for Green Building Compliance Certificate (GBCC) for all
projects, issue the Green Building PreCompliance Certificate (GBPCC) and
Green Building Compliance Certificate (GBCC).

b. Conduct continuing study in green building trends and standards and coordinate
with the Mandaluyong City Green Building Council (MCGBC) regarding
proposed amendments to the Ordinance prior to the adoption by the
Sangguniang Panlungsod.

c. Monitor projects and issue notices of violation and show cause orders to
owners, developers, or managers of projects that are in violation of the Green
Building Ordinance and if necessary, refer subsequent actions thereon to the
appropriate agency.

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C. Capacity Building.

1. The City Green Building Official (GBO) and the technical staff of the Mandaluyong
City Green Building Authority (MCGBA) shall be authorized to undergo technical
trainings on Green Building to enhance their capacities to perform their functions in
implementing this Code.

2. To further enhance capacities, the City Green Building Official (GBO) and the
technical staff shall also have the privilege of receiving support for training to
qualify them as Green Building expert or its equivalent in any recognized Green
Building System, subject to the provision below.

3. All staff of the Mandaluyong City Green Building Authority (MCGBA) who receive
support for training to qualify as Green Building expert under the provision above
shall submit a sworn statement of commitment to serve the Mandaluyong City
Green Building Authority (MCGBA) in his/her capacity for a minimum of three (3)
years.

4. Any staff who availed of the above but opted to leave the service in less than three
years after being qualified and for no valid reason as determined by the Local Chief
Executive shall be obliged to pay the cost to the Local Government Unit for
supporting his/her training.

ARTICLE 17. TRANSITORY GREEN BUILDING OFFICE.

A. The City Planning and Development Department shall function as the transitory MCGBA
until such time that the MCGBA is fully organized and functional;

B. The City Planning and Development Coordinator shall act as the temporary City Green
Building Officer and shall appoint or designate any employees of the City Government of
Mandaluyong and/or recommend hiring or hire additional personnel who, in his discretion,
have the technical knowledge and capability to efficiently handle the work, and occupy the
position of the officers and staff of the Mandaluyong City Green Building Authority
(MCGBA).

C. The number of temporary officers and staff shall not exceed what is required in the
approved structure of the Mandaluyong City Green Building Authority (MCGBA).

ARTICLE 18. BUDGETARY ALLOCATION.

A. Upon determination of sufficiency of funds by the Office of the Local Chief Executive
and after complying with the existing laws, rules and regulations, an annual appropriation
for the established MCGBA shall be included in the regular budgeting procedures to cover
the operational and management expenses as well as other expenses necessary for the
proper, responsive and full operation of the organized and established MCGBA.

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B. The officers and staff of the Transitory Green Building Office shall be entitled to a
monthly compensation not exceeding 25% of their respective monthly salary without
prejudice to other allowances, honoraria or incentives compensatory to other duties and
tasks assigned to them.

RULE VI
GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATION PROCESS

ARTICLE 19. GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATE. All owners and developers of projects
within the coverage of this Ordinance shall secure the following certificates:

A. GB PreCompliance Certificate (GBPCC) in Building Design


B. GB Compliance Certificate (GBCC) in Construction

ARTICLE 20. GREEN BUILDING PRE COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE (GBPCC) IN


BUILDING DESIGN.

A. Building Permit. For buildings covered by this Ordinance, no building permit shall be
issued without a GBPCC in Design.

B. Documentary Requirements. Proponent shall be required to submit the following


documentary requirements for the evaluation of the MCGBA:

1. Duly accomplished Application Form

2. At least seven (7) sets of Complete Plans (Architectural, Structural, Mechanical,


Electrical, Sanitary and Electronics) signed by the owner or his duly authorized
representative and relevant professionals. Out of 7 sets of document required, one (1)
set that provides details on the Green Building measures will be retained by the MCGBA.

3. One (1) copy of lot plan with vicinity map

4. General specification of materials/equipment to be used for the Green Building


measures duly signed and sealed by the owner or his duly authorized representative
and relevant professionals.

5. Bill of Materials for Green Building Measures:


(1) Bill of materials for proposed equipment to be installed for green measures
(2) Bill of materials for proposed other green measures to be installed
(3) Bill of materials for all other materials not included in items 2 and 3

6. Pre-Compliance Checklist of Requirements

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7. Computation of projected building consumption for energy (kwh/capita or sq.m)
and water (cu.m/capita or sq.m) specifying Local Design Standards used

8. Computation of projected building consumption for energy (kwh/capita or sq.m.)


and water (cu.m./capita or sq.m.) upon application of Green Building Measures.

C. Evaluation And Issuance. Issuance of the GBPCC in the Design shall be subject to
satisfactory finding that the project drawings and specifications have complied with the
requirements of this Code. The GBPCC shall be issued by the MCGBA only upon
presentation of the official receipt of payment.

ARTICLE 21. GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATE PROCESS FLOW. The process flow and
work flow for the application of the Pre-Compliance Certificate and Compliance Certificate
are shown and illustrated in Annexes B1, B2 and B3 respectively.

ARTICLE 22. GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATE TIME TABLE. The time table for the
application of the Pre-Compliance Certificate and Compliance Certificate are shown and
illustrated in Annex C.

ARTICLE 23. GREEN BUILDING COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE IN CONSTRUCTION.

A. Occupancy Permit. No Occupancy Permit for buildings covered under this Ordinance
shall be issued prior to the issuance of the Green Building Compliance Certificate in
Construction.

B. Documentary Requirements. Proponent shall be required to submit the following


documentary requirements for the evaluation of the MCGBA. Assessment will be made with
the MCGBA Site Inspection Report:

1. Duly accomplished Application Form and Compliance Checklist of Requirements

2. Three (3) sets of As-Built Plan that provide details on the Green Building measures
duly signed by the owner or his duly authorized representative and relevant
professionals are required. Only one (1) copy will be retained by the MCGBA.

3. Updated Bill of Materials if the actual cost of GB materials installed differs from the
bill of materials submitted for the GBPCC.

C. Evaluation And Issuance. Issuance of the Green Building Compliance Certificate in


Construction shall be subject to satisfactory finding that the project as constructed has
complied with the requirements of this Code

ARTICLE 24. REPORTORIAL REQUIREMENTS.

A. Annual Reports. The developer/administrator of the Building shall submit to the


MCGBA an annual report, in a standard format as prescribed by the MCGBA, commencing

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one year from the issuance of the occupancy permit. The report shall contain the following
information:

1. Monthly Energy Consumption (kwh) and bill or equivalent document certified by


concerned utility company;

2. Monthly Water Consumption and bill or equivalent document certified by concerned


utility company;

3. Other Information. The developer/administrator of the Building shall submit to the


MCGBA information on Occupancy rate as well as other relevant data necessary for
building profiling that the MCGBA may request

B. Confidentiality. All information shall be treated with confidentiality and shall be


aggregated. No specific attribution shall be made to a building or building owner when data
is presented publicly.

RULE VII
GREEN BUILDING APPLICATION FORMS

ARTICLE 25. GREEN BUILDING PRE-COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE IN BUILDING DESIGN.


A Checklist of Requirements and Application Form shall be accomplished by the proponent
Upon evaluation and approval of requirements as per Article VI, Section 12. of Ordinance
No. 535, S-2014, the Green Building Pre-Compliance Certificate shall be granted to the
applicant .

ARTICLE 26. GREEN BUILDING COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE IN CONSTRUCTION. A


Checklist of Requirements and Application Form shall be accomplished by the proponent.
Upon evaluation and approval of requirements as per Article VI, Section 13. of Ordinance
No. 535, S-2014, the Green Building Compliance Certificate shall be issued to the applicant.

RULE VIII
GREEN BUILDING FEES

ARTICLE 27. GREEN BUILDING FEES.

The rate of filing and processing fees for the Green Building Certificate shall be as follows:

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Table 18. Rate of Filing and Processing Fees for Green Building Certification
GREEN BUILDING PRE GREEN BUILDING
TYPE OF TRANSACTION COMPLIANCE COMPLIANCE
CERTIFICATE CERTIFICATE
RATE OF FEES (Pesos) RATE OF FEES (Pesos)
A. FILING/APPLICATION P 150.00 P 50.00
FEE
B. PROCESSING FEE
RESIDENTIAL
a. Residential 3.00 per sq.m. of total 1.00 per sq.m. of total
floor area floor area
b. Utilized for
commercial/ gain 5.25 per sq.m. of total 1.75 per sq.m. of total
purposes floor area floor area
COMMERCIAL/RETAIL/
OFFICE/HOTEL 5.25 per sq.m. of total 1.75 per sq.m. of total
floor area floor area
INSTITUTIONAL
a. School 3.75 per sq.m. of total 1.25 per sq.m. of total
floor area floor area
b. Hospital 3.75 per sq.m. of total 1.25 per sq.m. of total
floor area floor area
RENOVATION/ Corresponding Corresponding
RETROFITTING prescribed rate for items prescribed rate for items
13 above 13 above
ALL GOVERNMENT Free of charge pursuant Free of charge pursuant
PROJECTS to Section 209 of the NBC to Section 209 of the NBC
C. CERTIFICATE FEE P 75.00 P 25.00
D. SURCHARGE A surcharge of one hundred percent (100%) of the
total Green Building fees but not less than Two
Thousand Pesos (P2,000.00) whichever is higher shall
be charged to any applicant, proponent, proprietor,
owner or representative who commences or
undertakes any project without having first secured a
Green Building Pre Compliance Certificate and which
shall be due upon securing of such certificate.

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RULE IX
CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE

ARTICLE 28. CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE

A. The City shall allocate an area to serve as the Green Building Center for Excellence.

B. The Center shall be managed by the City Green Building Authority and shall showcase
Green Building success stories, processes and reference materials to be open to visitors
free of charge.

C. The MCGBA shall be authorized to host Green Building Learning Events upon request of
other local government units and private sector with corresponding expenses to be borne
by the latter.

RULE X.
INCENTIVES AND PENALTIES

ARTICLE 29. INCENTIVES. The City shall provide incentives as may be deemed
appropriate by the Mandaluyong City Green Building Council to owners and developers
whose buildings have complied with the provisions of this Ordinance.

A. Increased Building Height Limit (Bhl) And Floor Area Ratio (Far). Any owner or
developer who was issued a Green Building PreCompliance Certificate shall
automatically be granted Floor Area Ratio or Building Height Limit as indicated in Table
19 below, whichever is applicable.

Table 19. Building Height Limit and Floor Area Ratio for Green Buildings
BUILDING HEIGHT LIMIT/
ZONE CLASSIFICATION FLOOR AREA RATIO
As per Ordinance
NO. OF STOREYS HEIGHT IN METERS
No. 475, S2011
R3A 8 24
R3B 14 42
R3C 21 63
C1 6 18
C2 7 21
C3A 18 54
C3B 34 102
C3C 65 195
C4FAR 3 FAR 4
C4FAR 10 FAR 12

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B. Real Property Tax Discount On Machinery And Improvement. Any owner or
developer who was able to secure a Green Building Compliance Certificate and Occupancy
Permit shall automatically be given the following:

1. A discount of fifty percent (50%) on Real Property Tax on Machinery for every
machinery installed in accordance with Section 7 Green Building Regulations.

2. A discount of ten percent (10%) on Real Property Tax on Improvement.

3. Such discounts shall be applied directly to the tax due as computed by the City
Assessors Department pursuant to the Tax Code of the City of Mandaluyong;

4. Provided, such discounts shall apply only to the first year of payment of taxes;

5. Such discounts shall be independent of other applicable discounts as defined in the


Tax Code of the City of Mandaluyong.

C. Documentary Requirements. The incentives shall be given only upon submission of


the following:

1. Letter of Intent to avail of Green Building incentive to be submitted by the


developer/building administrator to the MCGBC, subject to evaluation and approval
of the MCGBC:

2. List of projects, building owners or developers qualified for tax discount to be


submitted by the MCGBC to the Assessors Department with respective documents
listed below:

a. Green Building Certificate


b. Occupancy Permit
c. List and actual cost of Green Building Measures installed

3. The Assessors Department shall apply its normal procedures and requirements for
assessing real property tax due with the inclusion of the tax discount on machinery
and improvement.

ARTICLE 30. PENALTIES.

A. Any person who violates any provision of this Ordinance shall, upon conviction be
penalized with fine from a minimum of Five Hundred Pesos (P500.00) up to a maximum
of Five Thousand Pesos (P5,000.00) or imprisonment of two (2) months to one (1) year,
or both, at the discretion of the Court.

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B. If the violator is a corporation or partnership, the penalty prescribed above shall be
imposed upon the president and/or general manager or the managing partner, as the case
may be, of the erring entity.

C. These penalties are without prejudice to the filing of the proper administrative, criminal
or civil actions in the proper court, body or tribunal for violations of other laws.

RULE XI
REVIEW AND REVISION

ARTICLE 31. PERIODIC REVIEW AND REVISION.

A. This IRR shall be subject to periodic review of a team composed of MCGBA, City
Planning and Development Department, Engineering Department, City Health Department,
City Assessor, and City Legal Department .

B. In case of extreme necessity, said team shall convene immediately to evaluate which
portion is difficult to conform with and/or is counter to the objective of the City. Said team
shall draft and recommend a revised IRR subject to approval of the LCE.

RULE XII
FINAL PROVISIONS

ARTICLE 32. AMENDATORY AND REPEALING CLAUSES. Any other issuance, executive
order, administrative order, proclamation, rule or regulation and/or parts thereof contrary
to or inconsistent with the provisions of this IRR is hereby amended, repealed or modified
accordingly.

ARTICLE 33. SEPARABILITY CLAUSES. If for any reason or reasons, any provision in this
IRR, is declared invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, the
remaining parts thereof not affected thereby shall continue to be in force and effect.

ARTICLE 34. TRANSITORY AND EXCLUSION CLAUSE. This shall denote that before the
effectivity of this IRR, activities shall continue with regards to evaluation of building
permits, real property tax payments and building inspections until the adoption of the IRR.

ARTICLE 35. EFFECTIVITY CLAUSES. This IRR shall take effect fifteen (15) calendar days
following its complete publication in at least one (1) newspaper of general circulation in
Metro Manila

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MANDALUYONG GREEN BUILDING AUTHORITY
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

(1) City Green Building Officer


(SG-27)

(1) Assistant City Green


Building Officer
(SG-24)

Processing and Evaluation Division Inspection and Enforcement


Division
(1) Green Building Officer IV
(SG-22) (1) Green Building Officer IV
(SG-22)

Materials and Waste Management, Materials and Waste Management,


Site Sustainability and Indoor Energy and Water Efficiency Section Site Sustainability and Indoor
Energy and Water Efficiency Section
Environmental Quality Section Environmental Quality Section
(1) Green Bldg. Officer III (SG-18) (1) Green Bldg. Officer III (SG-18)
(1) Green Building Officer III (SG-18) (1) Green Bldg. Officer II (SG-15) (1) Green Building Officer III (SG-18)
(1) Green Bldg. Officer II (SG-15)
(1) Green Building Officer II (SG-15) (2) Green Building Officer I (SG-11) (1) Green Building Officer II (SG-15)
(2) Green Building Officer I (SG-11)
(2) Green Building Officer I (SG-11) (2) Green Building Officer I (SG-11)

Administration

(1) Secretary (SG-11)


(1) Liaison Officer (SG-4)
(1) Driver (SG-4)
(1) Utility (SG-4)

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ANNEX A
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MANDALUYONG GREEN BUILDING AUTHORITY
ANNEX B1

CERTIFICATE PROCESS FLOW

Step 1 (Issuance of GBPCC)


APPLICANTS GREEN BLDG. GREEN BLDG. GREEN BLDG. GREEN BLDG. CITY GREEN
OFFICER I OFFICER II OFFICER III OFFICER IV BLDG. OFFICER

Secure list of
Requirements &
Application Form

Check lists of
Submits Requirements & Evaluates submitted Review Evaluation Reviews/Signs
Application Application Form Requirements/ Report Recommends
Form & Conduct Field for correctness & Approval/
Requirements Inspection adequacy in Disapproval Compliant to
Complete? accordance with Green Building
(Print Evaluation Green Building Countersigns Code ?
Report) Code/
Completes NO YES
Countersigns
Requirements
Receive/records YES NO
Application Print
Order of Payment
& GBPCC
Claims Records/ Releases
OP & GBPCC/ documents duly
Notice of Non- signed by respective
Compliance authority
Print Notice of Non-
Compliance
MANDALUYONG GREEN BUILDING AUTHORITY

CERTIFICATE PROCESS FLOW

Step 2 (Issuance of GBCC)


APPLICANTS GREEN BLDG. GREEN BLDG. GREEN BLDG. GREEN BLDG. CITY GREEN
OFFICER I OFFICER II OFFICER III OFFICER IV BUILDING OFFICER

Secure list of Check lists of


Requirements & Requirements &
Application Form Application Form Evaluate submitted Review Inspection Recommends Reviews/Signs
requirements and Report for Approval/
Submits Complete? Conduct Inspection. correctness & Disapproval
Application Form Prepare Compliance adequacy in Countersigns
& Requirements Report accordance with Approved ?
NO YES Green Bldg. Code/
Countersigns
Completes
Requirements Print Order of
Receives/ Payment
records & GBCC YES NO
Application

Records &
Claims Releases
GBCC/Notice GBCC/Notice Issues disapproval
duly signed by citing unmet
respective provisions of the
authority Code

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ANNEX B2
ANNEX B3

MANDALUYONG GREEN BUILDING AUTHORITY

WORK FLOW FOR APPLICATION FOR


GBPCC/GBCC

Secure list of requirements and application

Receive application with complete


requirements

Evaluates submitted documents and


conduct inspection

Issue GBPCC/GBCC or Notice of


compliance

Note : All applications not covered by Green Building Ordinance shall proceed to the
Office of the Building Official.

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MANDALUYONG GREEN BUILDING AUTHORITY
TIME TABLE FOR APPLICATIONS

I. Securing Green Building Pre-Compliance Certificate

Receiving of Evaluation and Review Approval Releasing


application and Site Inspection of GBPCC
requirements

15 mins. 1 7 working days 1 working day 1 working day 1 working day

II. Securing Green Building Compliance Certificate

Receiving of Evaluation and Review Approval Releasing


application and Site Inspection of GBCC
requirements

15 mins. 3 7 working days 1 working day 1 working day 1 working day

Note: Releasing of GBPCC and GBCC shall follow upon submission of Official Receipt of Payment.

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ANNEX C
LIST OF STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTED

LIST OF STAKEHOLDERS FOR IRR


COMPANY/ORGANIZATION ADDRESSEE POSITION
NGO
1 Phil. Chamber of Commerce Atty. Imelda Millar Officer-In-Charge
and Industry, Mandaluyong
Inc.
2 Green Peace South East Asia Ms. Beau Baconguis Program Manager
3 Muslim Chamber of Mr. Unos Macalantong President
Commerce
4 Mandaluyong Filipino Mr. Andrew Ong President
Chinese Chamber
5 Clean-up the Philippines Mr. Roald Arcangel Head
Movement
Academe
1 Jose Rizal University Dr. Vincent K. Fabella President
2 Don Bosco Technical College Fr. Martin Macasaet, Director
SDB
3 NAMEI Polytechnic Institute Dr. Celine Patag President
4 AMA Computer University Mr. Ferdinand Lebres School Director
5 Rizal Technological Dr. Jesus Rodrigo F. President
University Torres
6 La Salle Greenhills Ms. Amy Galang High School
High School Principal
Developers
1 DMCI Homes Corporate Mr. Elmer G. Civil Senior Vice-
Center President for
Construction
2 Greenfield Dev't. Corp. Atty. Duane A.X.H. Exec. Vice-President
Santos & General Manager
3 Empire East Land Holdings, Mr. Anthony President
Inc. Charliemagne Yu
4 Robinson's Communities Ms. Mybelle Gobio Senior Vice-
President
5 Filinvest land Inc. Mr. Andrew T. Co-Vice Chairman
Gotianun, Jr.
6 First Asia Realty Dev't. Corp. Mr. Hans Sy President
7 Pacific Concord Properties, Mr. Ronald Lim President
Inc.
8 Vista Land and Landscapes, Mr. Paulo Villar Chief Executive
Inc. Officer
9 Property Company of Ms. Girlie B. Seco HEA - Realty Service
Friends, Inc. Division

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LIST OF STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTED

COMPANY/ORGANIZATION ADDRESSEE POSITION


10 Federal Builders, Inc. Mr. Pierry Paul Chua Asst. Vice-President
11 Liberty Center Ms. Remedios A. Guda Finance & Admin.
Manager
12 Century Limitless Corp. Mr. Rafael Yaptinchay President
13 JELP Real Estate Dev't. Corp. Mr. Pancho Villa Asst. Vice-President
14 Madrigal-Bayot Developers Mr. Francisco President
Madrigal-Bayot, Jr.
15 Suntrust Properties, Inc. Atty. Harisson M. President
Paltongan
16 Daiichi Properties Dev't. Inc. Ms. Charmaine Uy Corporate Secretary
17 EDSA Property Holdings, Inc. Mr. Eden C. Lin Vice-President
18 AMA Land, Inc. Mr. Joseph B. Usita President
Suppliers
1 Yatai Int'l. Corp Omni Ms. Lulu Chua Chief Operations
Electrical Lighting Officer
Prof. Associations
1 Phil. Institute of Archt. Felino Palafox, President
Environmental Planners Jr.
(PIEP)
2 Assoc. Of Structural Engrs. Of Engr. Virgilio B. President
the Phils. (ASEP) Columna, M.ENGR., F.
ASEP
3 Institute of Integrated Engr. Gregorio President
Electrical Engineers (IIEE) Cayetano
4 Phil. Institute of Civil Engr. Romeo S. Momo President
Engineers (PICE)
5 Phil. Society of Engr. Antonio A. Avila President
Environmental & Sanitary
Engineers (PSSE)
6 Institute of Electronics Engr. Melvin C. Acosta President
Engineers of the Phils. IECEP
7 United Architects of the Archt. Rozanno Rosal President
Philippines (UAP)
8 Phil. Society of Mechanical Engr. Rudy J. Sultan President
Engineers (PSME)
9 Phil. Institute of Architects Archt. Ma. Theresa V. President
(PIA) Fresnido
10 Phil. Assoc. Of Landscape Archt. Frederick Peter President
Architects (PALA) C. Altavas
11 Phil. Institute of Interior Archt. Rogelio D. President
Designers (PIID) Caringal, UAP, PIID
12 Geodetic Engineers of the Engr. Ralph C. Pablo, President
Phils., Inc. (GEP) DPA, ENV.P.

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LIST OF STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTED

COMPANY/ORGANIZATION ADDRESSEE POSITION


Property Owners
1 Victor R. Potenciano Medical Ms. Victoria Vergel De President
Center Dios
2 Fabella Realty Corp. Mr. Robert A. Go President
3 Noris Realty & Development Ms. Robina L. Go Corporate Secretary
4 The Legend Villas Ms. Jesselyn Amagan General Manager
5 Executive Mansion 3 Mr. Nick Fernando President
6 Lancaster Hotel Ms. Theresa Cruz Building
Administrator
7 San Miguel Properties Atty. Karlo Marco P. Director/General
Estavillo Manager
8 Building Owners and Engr. Oscar U. Cadag President
Managers of the Philippines
9 Unciano General Hospital Dr. Michael Unciano Medical Director
10 Guevent Corp. Mr. Ricardo Guevara President
11 Gateway Garden Heights Ms. Josephine Building Manager
Arguelles
12 Facilities Center Engr. Pancho Building
Capistrano Administrator
13 Wack-Wack Royale Mansion Ms. Marivic Baguio Property Manager
14 Dansalan Gardens Mr. Luis Pastor President
Contractors
1 RSP Lim Construction Co. Engr. Rogelio San Owner/Developer
Pascual Lim
2 DDT Konstruct, Inc. Mr. Joseph Garcia Executive Assistant
to the President
3 RENCOR Mechanical Engr. Archelle Baculi Chief Operations
Contractors Officer
4 DMCI Contractors Mr. Ellery Mendoza Corporate
Communications
Officer
5 Makati Dev't. Corp. Mr. Dante Abando President
Community
1 Addition Hills HOA Ms. Ma. Isabel Ongpin President

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LIST OF STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTED

COMPANY/ORGANIZATION ADDRESSEE POSITION


Government
1 Department of Energy Mr. Michael Sinocouz Chief, Planning
Division
2 Department of Health Dr. Eduardo C. Janairo Director
3 Housing and Land Use Mr. Alferdo Gil M. Tan Director - NCR
Regulatory Board II
4 National Housing Authority Atty. Chito M. Cruz General Manager
5 Dept. Of Public Works and Engr. Reynaldo G. Regional Director -
Highways Tagudando NCR
6 Climate Change Commission Ms. Mary Lucille M. Vice-Chairperson
Sering
Total: 68

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LIST OF STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTED

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