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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
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CHAPTER 2
ARCH. A2JAVILLO, uap
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
STANDARD PROFESIONAL
PRACTICE 2010
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
SPP DOC 201: PRE-DESIGN SERVICES
SPP DOC 202: REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
SPP DOC 203: SPECIALIZED ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES
SPP DOC 204a: FULLTIME SUPERVISION SERVICES
SPP DOC 204b: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
SPP DOC 205: POST-CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
SPP DOC 206: COMPREHENSIVE ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES
SPP DOC 207: DESIGNBUILD SERVICES
SPP DOC 208: ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPETITION
SPP DOC 209: PROFESSIONAL ARCHL CONSULTING SERVICES
SPP DOCUMENTS OUTLINE
General:
1. Establish the things on how things work and what activities
are there before even the signing of the contract
2. Focus on the services of an Architect.
3. Be wary of the minimum basic fees that the Architect will be
compensated for
4. The importance of how will the Architect be compensated
in the whole or for each phase in the development of the
project
5. Then, how to be compensated and to be paid is also a
different matter.
STANDARD PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 2010
General:
6. Architects are not only for the Architectural Design of the
project, there are a lot of services that can be focused
through but requires some specialization
7. Differentiate the functions of the Project Manager and
Construction Manager
8. A practice which lets the Architects Design and to also Build
Obligations of the Owner for the Project
9. Liabilities and Limitations of each Professional in the Field
including the Architect
10. Ways to be selected for the Project by different methods
and applications
STANDARD PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 2010
SELECTION OF THE ARCHITECT
Direct Selection
For relatively Small Projects
1. Reputation
2. Personal or Business Acquaintance from a Friend
3. Recommendation from an Architect or a Client (Former)
4. Recommendation from an another client
SELECTION OF THE ARCHITECT
Comparative Selection
There is analysis of CVs, skills, experience, reputation, and
even projects erected
Though, the process involved is:
1. Invitation
2. Pre-Qualification
3. Interview
4. Verification
5. Evaluation and Ranking
6. Negotiation
SELECTION OF THE ARCHITECT
Design Competition
Used for Civic or Monumental Projects where Architects or
Firms are involved.
Advantages:
1. Opportunities for RLAs to showcase their works without
being liable to the Code of Ethical Conduct
2. The point where Architects can submit design proposals in
a same time
3. A time when an Architect can do design concepts parallel
to the other Designing Architects.
SELECTION OF THE ARCHITECT
Advantages:
4. The client or committee has the widest range of options to
choose to
5. If, Government, they dont need to expend anything for
the design, they just need to pick on where they will
award the project (Architectural Design)
Disadvantages:
1. Expensive and Time Consuming (For the Applicants)
2. Time and Effort required may discouraged qualified firms
from entering
3. Unscrupulous Clients will seek free services under the guise
of the Design Competition where there is a breach under
the Ownership and Copyrights
4. Not really done on Small Projects
SPP DOCUMENT 201 : PRE-DESIGN SERVICES
What is Pre-Design Services?
Its the most basic services that will be provided by an architect
(RLA) to a client with the evolution of new standards of new
regulated professional practices, laws and technologies
What is the benefit of Pre-Design Services to the client?
Client can be involved on the project analysis
To establish parameters for optimizing building needs
Find the constraints in the project as early as possible
SPP DOCUMENT 201 : PRE-DESIGN SERVICES
The Scope of Pre Design Services are:
Consultation
Pre-Feasibility Studies
Feasibility Studies
Site Selection and Analysis
Site Utilization and Land-Use Studies
Architectural Research
Architectural Programming
Space Planning
Space Management Studies
Value Management
Design Brief Preparation
Promotional Services
*None creative projects / Payments made MDPE
SPP DOCUMENT 201 : PRE-DESIGN SERVICES
The Scope of Pre Design Services are:
Consultation
Oral and Written advices or direction
Make evaluation and appraisals in regards to the project
Pre-Feasibility
Initial assessment of a projects soundness
Important for Early Decision making of the client
Feasibility Studies
Detailed analysis for the project viability
Present to Futuristic Analysis on how will the project will
do in time
*None creative projects / Payments made MDPE
SPP DOCUMENT 201 : PRE-DESIGN SERVICES
The Scope of Pre Design Services are:
Site Selection and Analysis
Evaluate Site and proper analysis for the most
appropriate location of the project
Site Utilization and Land-Use Studies
Identify Project Development Controls
Surrounding Environment if applicable to the site
Architectural Research
Primary and Secondary Facts for basis of conclusion
*None creative projects / Payments made MDPE
SPP DOCUMENT 201 : PRE-DESIGN SERVICES
The Scope of Pre Design Services are:
Architectural Programming
Horizontal and Vertical requirement in regards to
solution
Space program in regards to envisioned space
(ambiance, cost range, etc.)
Space Planning
Determines adequate size and configuration of the
project
Space Management Studies
Space requirements
Organizational structure and functional set-up
Basis for Architectural Design and Planning
*None creative projects / Payments made MDPE
SPP DOCUMENT 201 : PRE-DESIGN SERVICES
The Scope of Pre Design Services are:
Value Management
Cost Management to minimize cost
Design Brief Preparation
Project Terms of Reference
Concepts, Objectives and Requirements for Architectural
Services
Promotional Services
Generate Financial Support and Acceptance from
Government or Public
Architect as agent of the Owner
*None creative projects / Payments made MDPE
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Regular Design Services, What is it?
As the Owners representative, to translate the needs and
requirements of spaces and forms
Starts if the owner outlines the requirements to the Architect
Works and activities which covers various aspects of the
project
Timeline of an Architects Services up to project completion
Systematic and Method of Payments from the Owner
Involvement of Minimum Basic Fees under the Project
Construction Cost
* Payments MBF : Project Construction Cost
The Scope of Pre Design Services are:
Project Definition Phase
Schematic Design Phase
Design Development Phase
Contract Document Phase
Bidding and Document Phase
Bidding and Document Phase
Construction Phase
* Payments MBF : Project Construction Cost
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
PAYMENT SCHEDULES
Project Definition Phase (Mobilization).25k
Schematic Design Phase15%
Design Development Phase..40%
Contract Document and Bidding Phase..90%
Retention Fee.10%
(Civil Liability :5% / Supervision:5%)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
* DEGREE OF COMPLEXITY
ARCHITECTS FEE: ARCHITECTURAL PROJ ECTS CLASSIFICATIONS
Group 1 SIMPLE Projects ( no partition ) 6%
Group 2 MODERATE Structures ( have interior partitions) 7%
Group 3 EXEPTIONAL Structures (requires consultant ) 8%
Group 4 RESIDENTIAL ...10%
Group 5 MONUMENTAL ..12%
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
* S-M-E-R-M
ARCHITECTS FEE: ARCHITECTURAL PROJ ECTS CLASSIFICATIONS
Group 6 REPETITIVE .80% 60% 40%
Group 7 HOUSING 60% 30%
Group 8 EXTENSIVE DETAILING ...5%
Group 9 ALTERATIONS / RENOVATION ......150%
Group 10 CONSULTATION ARBRITATION .......P200/ 500
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
* R-H-E-A-C
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
GROUP I : Simple (No WALLS)
Industrial
Warehouses, Industrial Buildings, Hangars ,Printing Plants,
Freight Facilities, Manufacturing Plants , Industrial Plants,
Armories, Services Garages, Packaging and Processing
Plants
Structures with no Walls
Public Markets , Bakeries, Parking Structures , Simple Loft-
Type Buildings, Habitable Agricultural Buildings
* GROUP I MBF: 6% (1979 UAP DOCS)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
GROUP II : Moderate (With WALLS)
Presentation
Art Galleries, Exhibitions Halls & Display Structures
Education
Schools, College Buildings, Dormitories, Libraries
Government
City Town Halls & Civic Centres, Correctional & Detention
Facilities, Court Houses & Halls of J ustice, Police Stations,
Postal Offices, Fire Stations
Banking and Finance
Banks, Exchanges & other Buildings, Financial Institutions
* GROUP II MBF: 7% (1979 UAP DOCS)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
GROUP II : Moderate (With WALLS)
Recreational
Bowlodromes, Park, Playground, Recreation, Private
Clubs, Race Tracks
Malls
Mall Complexes, Retail / Wholesale, Restaurant , Fast
food , Specialty Shops , Shopping Centres, Showrooms,
Supermarkets, Hypermarkets, Service Centres, Mall
Complexes
Religious
Convents , Monasteries, Seminaries, Churches , Religious
Facilities
* GROUP II MBF: 7% (1979 UAP DOCS)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
GROUP II : Moderate (With WALLS)
Industrial
Publishing Plants
Residential Dwelling (Multi-Level)
Motels & Apartments, Multi-Storey Apartments, Nursing
Homes, Residential Condo Serviced Apartments
Institutional
Welfare Buildings
High Rise (Business & Mercantile)
Office Building & Condo, Mixed Used Buildings, Call
Centres, Laundries, Cleaning Facilities
* GROUP II MBF: 7% (1979 UAP DOCS)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
GROUP III : Exceptional (requires consultant)
Terminals (Transportation)
Airports, Dry and Wet Ports, Transportation Facilities &
Systems
Health
Veterinary Hospitals, Laboratories / Testing Facilities,
Medical Arts Offices and Clinics Hospital & Medical
Buildings, Public Health Centres
Recreational
Marinas, Resort Complexes, Aquarium
* GROUP II MBF: 7% (1979 UAP DOCS)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
GROUP III : Exceptional (requires consultant)
Sports (Olympic & Massive)
Stadia, Gymnasium
Telecommunication Buildings
Industrial, Breweries, Cold Storage Facilities
Institutional
Mortuaries
Middle to Executive Class (Residential & Institutional)
Convention Facilities, Auditoriums, Theatres, Hotels
Science (Research & Development)
Nuclear Facilities, Observatories, Research Facilities
* GROUP II MBF: 7% (1979 UAP DOCS)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
GROUP IV : Residential
Single Detached (Absolutely No Firewall)
Single Attached or Duplex
Rowhousesor Shop-Houses
Small Apartments
Townhouses
* GROUP IV MBF: 10% (1979 UAP DOCS)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
* GROUP V MBF: 12% (1979 UAP DOCS)
GROUP V : Monumental
Exposition & Fair Buildings
Mausoleums, Memorials and Monuments
Museums
Specialized Decorative Buildings
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
GROUP VI : Repetitive (No changes in Drawing and Specifications)
As long as same plans and specification are used, it can be
erected anywhere or at any location
1st MBF of Structure
2nd 80% of MBF
3rd 60% of MBF
4th 80% of MBF
(UAP DOCS 1979 )
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
GROUP VII : Housing Projects relative on One Single Site
(Subdivision)
Subdivision planning always stays in a single development
Housing types based from Group IV
1st = 10% of MBF = A
2nd 10th = A + (60% of MBF x N)
11th Above = B + (30% of MBF x N)
(UAP DOCS 1979 )
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
* GROUP VII MBF: 15% (1979 UAP DOCS)
GROUP VIII : Extensive Details
Built-In Equipment
Special Fittings, Screens and Counters
Architectural Interiors
Development Planning or Design
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
* GROUP IX MBF: MBF + 50% (1979 UAP DOCS)
GROUP IX : Alterations, Renovations, Rehabilitations, Retrofit and
Expansions, Additions belonging to Groups 1 to 5
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
* GROUP X MBF: (1979 UAP DOCS)
GROUP X : Consultation (Architectural Works
Opinion and Advice
Clarifications and Explanations
Technical Matters
Consultation : 200
Arbitration : 500
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Owners Responsibilities
Provide full information to the requirements of the project
Designate a representative on his behalf
Render decisions to the documents submitted by the Architect
Issue orders to the General Contractor through the Architect
Pay for Architectural and all other Engineering Allied Services
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Owners Responsibilities
Furnish the Architect at the owners expense;
Survey of the Site
Topographical & Relocation Surveys
Grades & Lines
Site Development Controls
Utility Lines (Private and Public)
Zoning Compliances
Clearances & Deeds of Restrictions
Soil Investigations & Test Borings
Soil and Sub-Soil Conditions
Annotations to Titles
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Owners Responsibilities
Pay for Design and Consulting Services on other specialty
systems
Arrange for Legal, Auditing, Insurance, Counseling and other
Services
Pay for all Reimbursable Expenses including VAT (Project
Basis)
If anything may impair the implementation of the project, a
written notice to the Architect
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Other Conditions on Services
Conditions of Minimum Basic Fee (Architects Fee)
Based from the Project Construction Cost
Other Services
Specialized Allied Services (Fee for Allied RLPs) will be paid
by the Owner. Yet, The Architect who coordinated the
work will receive a Coordination Fee.
Scale Models, 3D Models and Walk Thru
Shall be paid by the Owner and a Coordination Fee for
the Architect
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Other Conditions on Services
Per Diem and Travelling Expenses
50.0 Kilometers from Home, shall be chargeable to the
owner
Extra Sets of Contract Documents
Chargeable to the Owner
Change Orders
Extra Time and Resources will be chargeable to the Owner
Special Consultants
With the Consent of the Architect, will be paid by the Owner
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Other Conditions on Services
Work Suspended or Abandoned : Commutative : Periodical
Schematic Phase 15%(MBF) 15% - 25K (MBF)
Design Development Phase . 40%(MBF). 25% (MBF)
Contract, Bidding,
Construction Phase 90%(MBF) 50% (MBF)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Other Conditions on Services
Different Periods of Construction
Construction Phase
if 6 Months ore more Fee of Remaining Works = Doubled
Separate Services
Interiors (Specialized Allied Services)
MBF+(12~20% AI Cost, UAP DOCS 1979)
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Other Conditions on Services
Full Time Construction Services
Recommendation of the Architect, Approval and be Paid
by the Owner
If No PM or CM, Full Time Construction Supervisor will be on
Control of the Architect
Make Periodic Reports to the Owner and the Architect in
regards to Progress
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
Other Conditions on Services
Ownership of Documents
Without a Written Agreement, all designs, drawings, models,
specifications, etc. duly signed by the Architect are
protected by the Intellectual Property Act
Cost Records
Owner shall furnish the Architect a copy of records of
expenses of the project
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
CA&E Service Agreement [Design Development Phase Only]
GROUP IV : Single Attached
PCC : 10,000,000
MBF in Percentage : 10% (UAP 1979)
MBF in Amount : 1,000,000
DD CF : 400,000
LEGEND:
SCP Schematic Design Phase Fee
DDP Design Development Phase Fee
CDP Contract Document Phase Fee
PG Progress Billing
* sample computations
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
CA&E Service Agreement [Design Development Phase Only]
Mobilization Component (Mobilization) 25,000
PDP 1 ~ 15 days after the completion of Project Definition Phase
(30% of CF Less the amount paid at Mobilization)
[400,000 x .40] Mob 95,000
SDP 1 ~ 15 days after the completion of Schematic Design Phase
(60% of CF Less the amount paid at Mob and PDP
[400,000 x .60] Mob PDP 120,000
DDP 1 ~ 15 days after the completion of Design Development Phase
(100% of CF Less the amount paid at Mob/PDP/SCP
[400,000 x 1.0] Mob-PDP-SCP 160,000
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT COMPONENT FEE
(40% from the Minimum Basic Fee) 400,000
* sample computations
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
DA&E Service Agreement [Complete up to Construction Phase]
GROUP IV : Single Attached
PCC : 10,000,000 Mob - Mobilization Fee
MBF in Percentage : 10% (UAP 1979)
MBF in Amount : 1,000,000
LEGEND:
SCP Schematic Design Phase Fee
DDP Design Development Phase Fee
CDP Contract Document Phase Fee
PG Progress Billing
* sample computations
SPP DOCUMENT 202 : REGULAR DESIGN SERVICES
DA&E Service Agreement [Complete up to Construction Phase]
Mobilization Fee (Mobilization) 25,000
SCP 1 ~ 15 days after the completion of Schematic Design Phase
(15% of MBF Less the amount paid at Mobilization)
[1,000,000 x .15] Mob 125,000
DDP 1 ~ 15 days after the completion of Design Development Phase
(40% of MBF Less the amount paid at Mob and SCP
[1,000,000 x .40] Mob SCP 250,000
CDP 1 ~ 15 days after the completion of Contract Document Phase
(90% of MBF Less the amount paid at Mob/SCP/DDP
[1,000,000 x .90] Mob-SCP-DDP 500,000
PG Progress Billing [Remaining 10% of SPPCC] [1,000,000 x .10]
(5% of MBF for PCS or Project Construction Supervision) 50,000
(5% of MBF for Civil Liability) 50,000
MINIMUM BASIC FEE BASED FROM PCC
(Residential Group IV / 10% @ UAP 1979) 1,000,000
* sample computations
The Scope of Specialized Allied Services are:
Architectural Interiors
Acoustic Design
Architectural Lighting and Design
Site Development Planning
Physical Planning (Master Development)
SPP DOCUMENT 203 : SPECIALIZED ARCHL SERVICES
* MBF: as per 1979 UAP DOCS
The Scope of Specialized Allied Services are:
Comprehensive Planning
Historic and Cultural Heritage
Security and Evaluation Planning
Building System Design
Facilities Maintenance Support
SPP DOCUMENT 203 : SPECIALIZED ARCHL SERVICES
* MBF: as per 1979 UAP DOCS
The Scope of Specialized Allied Services are:
Building Testing & Commissioning
Building Environmental Certification
Forensic Architecture
Building Appraisal
Structural Conceptualization
SPP DOCUMENT 203 : SPECIALIZED ARCHL SERVICES
* MBF: as per 1979 UAP DOCS
Preliminary Services :
Contract Documentation and Review
Post Design Services (Including Construction Management)
Dispute Avoidance and Resolution
Architectural Research Methods
SPP DOCUMENT 203 : SPECIALIZED ARCHL SERVICES
* MBF: as per 1979 UAP DOCS
Preliminary Services :
Special Building / Facility Planning and Design
Building Components
Management of Architectural Studies
SPP DOCUMENT 203 : SPECIALIZED ARCHL SERVICES
* MBF: as per 1979 UAP DOCS
Specialized Allied Services
Physical Planning
Interior Design 12% - 20%
Landscape 10% - 15%
Acoustic 10% - 15%
Comprehensive
o Physical Component
o Economic Planning
o Socio-Cultural
o Transportation
o Legal and Administrative
Civil Works like roads, drainage, sewerage, power and
communication is 4% of development cost
SPP DOCUMENT 203 : SPECIALIZED ARCHL SERVICES
* MBF: as per 1979 UAP DOCS
Physical Planning Fee
Type I Site Development
o 50 HAS .. 5000/HAS = A
o 50 100. A + 4500/ HAS = B
o 100 200 B + 4000/ HAS = C
o 200+. C + 3000
Type II Subdivision Planning, Regional Planning, Provincial
Capitals
o 100 HAS. 3000/HAS = A
o 100 200 A + 2300/ HAS = B
o 200+. B + 2000/ HAS = C
SPP DOCUMENT 203 : SPECIALIZED ARCHL SERVICES
* MBF: as per 1979 UAP DOCS
Physical Planning Fee
Type III Subdivision Planning (Rural)
o 1000 HAS. 2000/ HAS = A
o 100 200. A + 1500/ HAS = B
o 200+..... B + 1000/HAS = C
SPP DOCUMENT 203 : SPECIALIZED ARCHL SERVICES
* MBF: as per 1979 UAP DOCS
SPP DOCUMENT 204A : FULLTIME SUPERVISION SERVICES
Full Time Supervision Services
Quality Control
Evaluation of Construction Work
Preparation of Daily Inspection Reports
Filling of Documents
Architect of Record or Consulting Architect
* Full Time Supervision : 1.0 1.5%
* Construction Manager : 1.5 3.0%
* Project Manager : 2.0 5.0%
SPP DOCUMENT 204B : CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Construction Management
Coordination and Supervision
Cost and Time Control
Quality Control of Work
Keeping of Records
Architects who are also contractors of the project is also
liable to be CMs.
* Full Time Supervision : 1.0 1.5%
* Construction Manager : 1.5 3.0%
* Project Manager : 2.0 5.0%
Building & Facilities Administration
Building Maintenance
Grounds and Landscaping Supervision
Building Equipment Maintenance
Business Development and Management
Post-Construction Evaluation
SPP DOCUMENT 205 : POST-CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
* Percentage of Gross Rentals, maintenance and security fees 4-6%
* Monthly Salary Fee
SPP Docs 201 205
Operates as a member of Owner-Architect-Engineer-
Contractor
Contractor men and equipment, project delivery as per
contract
Owner funds and finance
The project manager plans, programs, monitors activities,
adviser of material cost and construction methods, and
exercise overall cost control.
Functions on Pre-Construction
Functions on Construction Phase
SPP DOCUMENT 206 : COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES
* PM: 2-5% (1979 UAP DOCS)
Design Build by Administration
7% of PCC
If Group 4 or Residential, its 10% MBF + 7% of Design
Build by Administration making it 17%
Design Build by Guaranteed Maximum Cost
Lump Sum
If the cost does not exceed 10%, the Architect and
Owner will pay for it 50/ 50.
If the cost does exceed 10%, the Architect will pay for
all of it.
SPP DOCUMENT 207 : DESIGN BUILD SERVICES
* MBF as per (1979 UAP DOCS)
Design Build by Administration
Project Group IV (10% UAP DOCS 1979)
PCC 5,000,000
Design Build by Administration (MBF) [7% of PCC UAP DOCS 1979]
[5,000,000 x .07] 350,000
MBF (Regular Design Services) [10% of PCC UAP DOCS 1979]
[5,000,000 x .10] 500,000
TOTAL FEE BY PERCENTAGE [Design Build By Administration] 7% (1979)
[Regular Design Services Group IV] 10% (1979)
17% of PCC
TOTAL FEE BY AMOUNT 350,000 + 500,000 850,000
SPP DOCUMENT 207 : DESIGN BUILD SERVICES
*sample computation
Design Build by Guaranteed Maximum Cost
Project Group IV (10% UAP DOCS 1979)
PCC 5,000,000
Design Build by Guaranteed Cost [10% of PCC SPP DOCS 2010]
[5,000,000 x .10] 500,000
MBF (Regular Design Services) [10% of PCC UAP DOCS 1979]
[5,000,000 x .10] 500,000
TOTAL FEE BY PERCENTAGE [Design Build By Guaranteed Cost] 10% (2010)
[Regular Design Services Group IV] 10% (1979)
20% of PCC
TOTAL FEE BY AMOUNT (Work Done) 500,000 + 500,000 1,000,000
SPP DOCUMENT 207 : DESIGN BUILD SERVICES
*sample computation
Design Build by Guaranteed Maximum Cost
IF THERE WILL BE AN ASSUMED SAVINGS Original PCC as Base Value 5,000,000
say from 5,000,000 as PCC
Total PCC consumed is only 4,500,000
SAVINGS 500,000
Shared Between Owner and Architect 250,000
TOTAL FEE BY AMOUNT + SAVINGS SHARED FROM THE OWNER 1,250,000
SPP DOCUMENT 207 : DESIGN BUILD SERVICES
*sample computation
Multiple of Direct Personnel Expenses (MDPE)
Very prevalent in Pre-Design Services
Always based in Technical Hours, Expenses, Additional
Cost, and number of Staffs
Non-Creative Works
There is always a multiplier (1.5 ~ 2.5) [SPP 2010]
METHODS OF COMPENSATION
Percentage of Construction Cost (PCC)
Very Flexible, easy to apply and is related to the Size and
Type of Project
Worldwide used for compensation in Architectural
Services
Similar to the concept of being charged to realtors, and
developers
The most common method of compensation which is
Fair for both parties
METHODS OF COMPENSATION
Professional Fee + Expenses
When there is a continuing relationship involving a series
of projects
There is a fixed sum over and above the reimbursement
for the Architects Time and Overhead
METHODS OF COMPENSATION
Per Diem, Honorarium + Reimbursable Expenses
If the client request the Architect to do work which will
required his personal time
1. Project related meetings, conferences or trips
2. Ocular inspection of possible project sites
3. Conferring with others regarding investments or
ventures and the like
4. Out of Pocket Expenses
Architect acts on the behalf of the owner
Mixed Methods of Compensation
METHODS OF COMPENSATION
CODE OF ETHICS
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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
RESPONSIBILITIES IN RELATION TO:
PEOPLE
CLIENT
CONTRACTORS, DEALERS AND AGENTS
COLLEAGUES AND SUBORDINATES
CODE OF ETHICS
PEOPLE
Respect, conserve the values of natural, historical, and cultural
heritage of the community in which he creates Architecture
and help improve the environment and life in a sustainable
manner.
Promote the interest of the profession and professional
organization and also share technical profession to other allied
fields.
Observe the laws, regulations of the Government, comply with
the Code of Ethical conduct and the Standards of Professional
Practice.
PEOPLE
No paid advertisement, but can make for the advancing of
public knowledge of the Architects function in society.
No advertisement of his works and says no to paid
advertisement of building materials, construction or equipment.
Does not deceive people by professional competence, hence,
it must be proved by track records and experience.
CLIENT
Always protect the clients interest to ensure a continued
existence of good relationship.
Dont offer FREE preliminary sketches, but in a way show the
client examples of your professional experiences.
Direct the client about the services and straight it out the
corresponding FEES.
If the project is questionable especially regarding Finance, tell
the client about the situation even loosing a prospective job.
CLIENT
Explain the conditional character of estimates and in no case
guarantee any estimates or cost of work.
Even though working for the clients project, consider the
people and community in it, especially life and safety.
Under the MBF stated on the SPP, clearly bill the client for the
services rendered.
Must be compensated with the Professional Fee indicated
and does not accept any form of other returns from the client.
CLIENT
Always provide a service agreement or any kind of negotiation,
mediation, arbitration or other alternatives to settle disputes.
Informs the client at all times the progress of work for the clients
behalf and for any issues that may affect the quality and cost of
work.
CONTRACTORS, DEALERS AND CLIENT
Does not accept Free professional engineering works and
services that can change the architects opinion.
Does not seek commission, discounts, fees, gifts, or favorsfrom
agents or firms handling building materials and equipment that
will put the architect in a reciprocal frame of mind. Discounts
should be credited to the client.
COLLEAGUES AND SUBORDINATES
Does not render services without any Service Agreement.
Always abide to the MBF according to the SPP.
Shall not use donations of professional service as a device to
obtain competitive advantage except for worthy civic or
religious projects.
Shall not enter as a competitor especially If the architect is
directly involved in the formulation of the program.
Should not take or par-take in any projects that is already in the
scope of an another architect.
COLLEAGUES AND SUBORDINATES
Shall not criticize, discredit another architect or the latters work.
Declines from associating in enterprises that can negatively
affect his name, the profession and the organization.
Shall not sign works of other persons not under his supervision.
If owning a firm, company or profession, shall provide
employees a suitable working environment, and compensate
them fairly.
UAP DOC 301:
GENERAL CONDITIONS
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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS : consists of the following:
Agreement
General conditions
Special provisions
Specifications
Drawings
OWNER: person ordering the project for execution
ARCHITECT: commissioned by the owner
ENGINEER: person so named in the contract document
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE : full time construction inspector
hired by owner assisting in the supervision of the work.
CONTRACTOR: person or firm whose proposal has been
accepted & contract awarded
SUB-CONTRACTOR: having direct contact with contractor,
acts in behalf of the contractor in executing any part of the
contract
SURETY : person, firm, or corporation providing guarantee for
contractors bonds
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
PROPOSAL: offer of a bidder
PROPOSAL BOND: paid by the contractor as a bidder to the
client for 5%of the estimated cost of the project.
- it guarantees that the bidder will enter into a contract with
the owner for the construction of the work if the contract is
awarded to him.
PAYMENT BOND: (15%) approved form of security furnished by
the contractor as guarantee to pay all obligations arising from
the contract.
- the owner will release it after 2 months, same with the
performance bond.
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
PERFORMANCE BOND : (15%) approved form of security
furnished by the contractor as a guarantee to execute work in
accordance with terms of the contract.
- Is designed to protect the owner from having a third party
responsible for completing the work if the contractor does
not.
- The owner will release it after 2 months, same with the
payment bond.
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
GUARANTEE BOND : (30%) approved form of security furnished
by the contractor to guarantee to the quality of materials and
workmanship performed.
- Is released 12 months after the date of final payment.
AGREEMENT: contract between owner and contractor
undertaking the project
ADVERTISEMENT/ INVITATION TO BID: notice or invitation issued
to bidders giving information of the magnitude and extent of
the project, nature, etc.
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
BIDBULLETIN: additional information on contract documents
INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS: list of instructions on preparation &
conditions for award of contract
DRAWINGS : graphical representation of work
SPECIAL PROVISIONS : instructions that supplement or modify
drawings, specs, & general conditions of the contract.
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
SPECIFICATIONS: written or printed description of work
describing qualities of materials and mode of construction
SUPPLEMENTARY SPECS: additional info issued as an addition
or amendment to provisions of specs.
SCHEDULE OF MATERIALS AND FINISHES: outline specs
enumerating type and trade names of materials used
BREAKDOWN OF WORK AND CORRESPONDING VALUES: list of
work and corresponding value in materials & labor including
profit and overhead allowance.
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
WRITTEN NOTICE: info, advice or notification pertinent to the
project
ACT OF GOD/ FORCE MAJEURE : catastrophes, phenomena of
nature, misfortunes and accidents which human prudence
cannot foresee or prevent.
TIME LIMITS: duration of time allowed by the contract for
project completion
LOCAL LAWS: laws, ordinances, and government regulations
applicable to the project
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
WORK: includes labor and materials, equipment,
transportation, faculties necessary for completion of the
project
FURNISH : purchase and/or fabricate and deliver to the
jobsite
INSTALL: build in, mount in positions, connect or apply
PROVIDE: furnish and install
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
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