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HRIM 128 FEASIBILITY STUDY KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL

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ABOUT THE COMPANY

For this paper, the group shall assume the position of a company named IDEALITY. It is a

non-stock corporation that acts as a Planning and Design Firm that generates ideas and designs

plans to sell to investors. For the current project however, the company shall prepare the planning

and design for its own business venture: a new residence hall that will rise in the University of the

Philippines Diliman campus, in place of the old International Center, at F. Ma. Guerrero Street.

IDEALITY shall be a bidder in an attempt to secure a lease contract with the university and

to use the lands in the aforementioned area for private gain, fulfilling all obligations and

responsibilities such a partnership requires. The project shall be the KARANGALAN RESIDENCE

HALL.

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

The University of the Philippines Diliman is home to an amazing mix of students hailing

from different places, brought to Diliman by a common desire for learning and growth in the

country's premiere institution. Among these people are international students, who, among a

number of countries to visit and learn from, chose the Philippines. It is for these International

Students that the International Center exists, a special dormitory that gives priority to exchange

students from other universities and to visit graduate students.

The passing years saw the International Center slowly give in to its old age. The

underground pipes are leaking, costing the university a fortune annually. The dorm rooms need

upkeep, as a number of them can no longer house residents. Ultimately, there is a need for a new

residence hall to take its place and serve the same purpose: to provide a International Students

with a home in the university.

The goal of KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL is not only to address this need but to go

beyond it. It shall become a dynamic and engaging learning community of thinkers and travellers

of different backgrounds and cultures - a new standard for quality campus living.

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MISSION VISION
KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL shall provide quality lodging to international students

of the University of the Philippines Diliman with its clean rooms, good facilities, and modern

equipment designed to meet their daily needs. In time, Karangalan Residence Hall shall be leading

lodging facility of its kind in the University of the Philippines System, and shall foster a dynamic

and engaging learning community for peoples hailing from different countries of the world.

CORE VALUES
The KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL shall promote the following core values: respect for

self and for others, life-work balance, excellence, truthfulness and honesty, and social responsibility.

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SITE DESCRIPTION

Image courtesy of Google maps.

The residence hall will be erected on the current location of the International Center within

the University of the Philippines Diliman campus. It is located along F. Ma. Guerrero Street, beside

the Ilang-Ilang
ng Residence Hall and across Romulo Hall Asian Studies Center.

SITE EVALUATION
The site is conveniently located within the University of the Philippines, it is easily

accessible to most colleges via walking or just by one jeepney ride. The site is also within a minute’s

walk to a waiting shed, where one can catch a jeepney ride around campus, to Philcoa, to the

Quezon Ave MRT Station, to SM or Trinoma ,and to Katipunan Avenue. The site is located in a

relatively quiet part of the campus since it is part of the residential area according to the UP Diliman

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Land Use Plan since 1994 up to the present. Moreover, MERALCO power lines and Manila Water

pipes pass by the site making it possible to easily connect to power lines and water pipes.

LOCAL AREA EVALUATION


The immediate area around the site is mostly residential, including several other residence

halls like the Ilang-Ilang Residence Hall and the Ipil Residence Hall. Sari-sari stores and carinderias

can be found within at least 5 minutes of walking distance from the dormitory. The campus’

Shopping Center, where one can have meals as well as do grocery shopping or avail of services such

as photocopying, bookbinding, shoe repairs, key duplication, and many others, is also only a 10-

minute walk away. For those who are Roman Catholics, there is a nearby church about 3 minutes

walk from the dormitory.

Famous landmarks or spots near or around the dormitory are the Mang Larry’s isawan, the

top-picked most delicious isawan (grilled intestines) by students, faculties, even local celebrities

alike, just located in front of the dorm; another is the University Health ServIce, the campus

infirmary, located in front of the church and beside the UP Shopping Center.

GENERAL AREA EVALUATION


Overall, the area can be considered as very ideal in an academic environment where

residents won’t be bothered by too loud noises from the streets or from other establishments, at the

same time giving residents easy access to transportation to commercial areas for when they would

need reprieve from studying.

The University is surrounded by various commercial areas, such as the UP-Ayala

Technohub which houses several Food Service Establishments and the soon-to-be University Town

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along Katipunan Avenue “... consisting of retail and office components with firm emphasis on

academic support facilities.” (Ayala Land, 2011). The SM North Edsa and Trinoma mall is also only a

20-30-minute jeepney ride away from campus.

The campus is located beside Commonwealth Avenue, which is on the route to most of the

key spots around Metro Manila, such as Cubao, Baclaran, Quiapo, and Makati. This enables the

residents of the Residence Hall and the students of the university in general to travel home and

around without too much trouble.

TRAFFIC
As the area is mostly residential, not a lot of people have reasons to go wandering around

the place, ensuring a relatively quiet environment. F. Ma. Guerrero Street is on the route of all the

jeepney lines going inside and around the campus so the residents are given easy access to public

transportation from early morning (around five to six o’clock) up to 10 in the evening.

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MANAGEMENT
KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL shall operate as a public-private partnership venture

entered into by Ideality, a private non-stock corporation, and the University of the Philippines

Diliman. Ideality shall behave as a private corporation with power over all managerial decisions.

However, it shall comply with the general rules set forth by the university.

RESIDENCE
KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL shall admit international students, graduate students,

exchange students, and undergraduate students, in that order of priority. Residence shall be for a

minimum for one (1) semester or one (1) summer and for a maximum of one (1) full academic year

which includes two (2) semesters and one (1) summer.

There are four available residence contracts:

• ONE ACADEMIC YEAR CONTRACT: June to May

• TWO-SEMESTER CONTRACT: June to March

• ONE-SEMESTER CONTRACT: June to October OR November to March

• SUMMER CONTRACT: April to May

If the resident wishes to continue his/her stay in the residence hall after the contract ends,

he/she must apply again for that period.

APPLICATION AND SELECTION


The application periods are two months from the start of the first semester and one month -

from the second semester. Each period is two weeks long starting from the first day of the month.

Applicants may apply either via online or walk-in, though requirements to be submitted must be

handed in personally to the dormitory. International students shall be given priority whether they

are graduate or undergraduate students followed by Filipino graduates and exchange students.

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Filipino undergraduates will be accepted if there are still vacant slots. Filipino citizens whose

permanent residence is outside the Philippines shall be considered a foreign applicant.

For online application, applicants must sign in on the dormitory application website and fill

out the survey form. For students not yet registered with the UP Computer Center and thus do not

have any username or password yet, they may only apply via walk-in application in the dormitory

where they will fill out the application form and also submit 2 2x2 pictures. The type of room

preferred – standard or suite, must be stated. Results will be posted online and in the dormitory two

weeks before the start of classes. Admission in the dormitory is for at least one (1) semester or one (1)

summer term and at most one (1) full academic year. Every semester and summer term (if

applicable), students are required to provide a photocopy of their certified true copy of their duly

paid Form 5 of the current term to confirm their admission in the residence hall.

a. First-time applicants: A first time applicant for admission must submit the following

documents: application form and U.P. Admission slip/Form5/Form5A, original and

photocopy.

Admission of students shall be based on academic load. Graduate students should be

enrolled in at least 6 units to qualify for admission. Undergraduate students should be

enrolled in at least 15 units to qualify for admission.

b. Applicants Seeking Readmission: Applicants who have been a former resident of the

dormitory and has taken a leave of absence or has taken residence elsewhere may

reapply to the dormitory given that:

1) He/she has a good scholastic standing according to the university (“A student is in

good scholastic standing if at the end of the semester s/he obtains a final grade of “3” or

higher in at least 75% of the total number of academic units in which s/he is registered.

(Faculty Manual, University of the Philippines, December 2003, p. 291) )

2) Academic load of at least fifteen (15) units for undergraduate students and six (6)

units for graduate students.

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3) Good behavior in the residence hall, defined as having no violation of the norms of

conduct prescribed in the House Rules and Regulations of the dormitory.

Applicants must submit the following documents to the management: application

form, True Copy of Grades of the previous two (2) semesters, and clearance form from the

dormitory manager.

c. Exchange Students: Exchange students must provide a certification of status as an

exchange student from the Office of Institutional Linkages (OIL) and/or the Office of

Extension Coordination (OEC).

Criteria for evaluating Filipino applicants are as follows:

CRITERIA POINT SCALE

Place of Visayas and Mindanao 45 points


Region 1,2,3,4, and 5 40 points
Origin Rizal and Bulacan 35 points
Metro Manila 30 points
Number Graduate Student with 12 or more 55 points
units
of Units Graduate Student with 9 - 11 units 51 points
Graduate Student with 6 - 8 units 47 points
Enrolled Undergraduate Student with 21 or 43 points
more units
Undergraduate Student with 20 units 39 points
Undergraduate Student with 19 units 35 points
Undergraduate Student with 18 units 31 points
Undergraduate Student with 17 units 27 points
Undergraduate Student with 16 units 23 points
Undergraduate Student with 15 units 19 points

Note: Application and selection process is drafted after the application and selection process for

the dormitories under the Office of Student Housing.

CHECK IN AND CHECK OUT PROCEDURES


The first, second, and summer semesters of the University of the Philippines are periods in

which the University accounts for a resident's occupancy and thus, offer lodging to its students.

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Students who check-in and check-out properly create a record of their occupancy under the

Office of the Student Housing and the Residence Hall which they will be lodging. Students who

leave their Residence Hall assignment without properly checking out will incur corresponding

charges. Please retain copies of all/any receipts given to you for payment of lodging so that check-

out process will be easier.

CHECKING IN PROCEDURE

To check in, students must go to the Karangalan Residence Hall Administration Office to

complete the following:

I. Before or During Move-in Date

a. Choose date for moving-in

b. Notify the Administration Office about chosen move-in date

c. Submit to the Administration Office the following:

i. Two (2) copies of Form 5 for the incoming semester

ii. One (1) copy of the application form issued by the dormitory application website of the

University

iii. One (1) copy of all receipts of payment for lodging during months of check-in

II. During Move-in Date at the Administration Office

a. Fill out the Check-in Form

b. Sign at the log book for receiving room keys

c. Receive room key

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Note: The room should have a total of four room keys for a Standard Room and four keys in total

for the Suite Room: one for each resident of the room, one for the Administration Office, and one

for the Security and Maintenance Staff of Karangalan Residence Hall.

d. Fill-out Room Inventory and Condition Report by checking the condition of the room

e. Submit complete Room Inventory and Condition Report to the Administration Office within

three days upon check-in

Students also receive important documents at check-In, such as:

• Welcome Letter from the Dormitory Manager

• Karangalan Residence Hall

CHANGING ROOMS

The University understands that some residents residing in its dormitories want to change

rooms. However, the University will only allow changing of rooms upon approval of the Dormitory

Manager of the Residence Hall.

a. The resident must have a valid reason for requesting a change of rooms

b. Fill out the Application for Room Change Form available at the Administration Office,

explaining reason/s for changing room

c. Submit the Application Form at the Administration Office

d. Wait for no more than a week for the result of the application

- If there is no update regarding the application after a week, the resident is advised to ask the

Administration Office and follow-up on his/her request

When request for room change has been approved;

a. The Administration Office will assign a new room within Karangalan Residence Hall for the

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resident

b. Check-in procedure at the new room may commence anytime within the semester after

approval of the application

c. The Resident Assistant will assist the resident with changing of rooms

d. The resident will need to complete the following:

- Fill out a new Check-in Form

- Sign at the log book for receiving new room keys

- Fill-out Room Inventory and Condition Report by checking the condition of the new room

- Submit complete Room Inventory and Condition Report to the Administration Office within

three days upon check-in

CHECK OUT PROCEDURE

When moving out of the room, making a room change or leaving on-campus housing,

residents must follow proper check-out procedures. If proper check-out procedures are not followed,

this can create financial and security issues for all residents. As such, the Karangalan Residence Hall

takes these procedures very seriously.

If the resident does not follow all check-out procedures stated below, or the resident does not

check out by the assigned deadline, the resident will be charged an improper check-out fee of

Php250. The resident may also face lock change charges and, depending on the time of year, the

resident may also continue to accrue daily room and board charges until the resident has officially

checked out.

To properly check out, the resident must:

1. Schedule a check-out inspection appointment at the Karangalan Residence Hall

Administration Office (located at the Admin/Central Building of Karangalan Residence Hall)

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a. At least 24 hours before the resident plans to leave, he/she must contact the Resident

Assistant and schedule a move-out appointment.

2. Pack all belongings

a. Pack all personal belongings and remove from the room. The Resident Assistant will

not be able to inspect the room until all of the personal belongings of the resident are

gone.

i. Personal property left in the room will be removed from the premises. It will

be kept for 30 days at the Storage Room (located at the Administration Office),

after which it will be disposed. The resident will be charged for the actual

cost of removal, storage and disposal of personal property, with a minimum

charge of Php50.

b. Empty all of the drawers inside the room desks and cabinets.

c. Remove all posters, pictures and/or other decorations from walls and doors.

3. Clean the room

a. Cleaning supplies are available upon request at the Administration Office if the

resident does not have his/her own.

b. Sweep and wash uncarpeted floors. DO NOT sweep debris into the hallway. Properly

dispose swept debris into a garbage bin.

c. Vacuum carpeted floors (if applicable).

d. Wipe down walls with a clean towel.

e. Wash out all cabinets and desk drawers.

f. Dust / wash all furniture surfaces and window sills.

g. Clean and disinfect all bathroom surfaces including showers/tubs, sinks, counters

and toilets

h. In Suite Rooms:

i. Clean and disinfect all kitchen surfaces including sinks and stoves.

4. Take all trash to the dumpsters.

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5. Account for all furniture

a. All furniture that was in the room at check-in should be present and fully and

correctly assembled.

b. The resident will be charged for missing or unassembled furniture.

6. Attend check-out inspection appointment

a. At the pre-scheduled time, the Resident Assistant will come to the room to conduct a

check-out inspection.

i. Please Note: The Resident Assistant may be delayed if appointments with

other students did not go as planned or took an excessive amount of time.

Please be patient and contact the Resident Assistant only if delay in schedule

goes beyond one (1) hour. If the Resident Assistant does not contact you nor

inform you of his/her absence, please inform the Administration office.

- If the Resident Assistant is not available, go to the

Administration Office and inform the staff about check out.

The desk staff will coordinate with the resident and assist

with checking out of the room.

- If the Resident Assistant is not available and the

Administration Office is closed, please inform the security

staff on duty for assistance.

b. The Resident Assistant will:

i. Inspect the room for damages and cleanliness

- The resident will be charged for any damages and for any

cleaning necessary to return the room to the condition it was

in at check in.

ii. Record the condition of the room on the Room Inventory and Condition

Report. The file will be kept at the Administration Office.

iii. Collect r

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iv. oom keys and lock the room.

- All keys issued to the resident must be returned at the time of

check-out. Failure to do so will result in charges for lock

change and replacement keys.

c. The resident will:

i. Provide a forwarding address

ii. Sign and date the Room Inventory and Condition Report before submitting

to the Resident Assistant and filing at the Administration Office

7. Fill out and sign the Check-out Form

LAUNDRY SERVICES
KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL desires to make daily living convenient for the

international student. Unlike the usual practice in dormitories, Karangalan Residence Hall shall

discourage its residents from having to individually search for laundry services they can employ or

to have to wait for their laundry at specific times of day.

To do this, the management will be partnered with a laundry service shop. Every resident

who wish to avail of laundry services need only to inquire at the admin office of the dormitory. The

management will then form a contract with the laundry shop wherein someone from the shop will

come to the dormitory to pick up and or deliver the laundries on the scheduled dates: every Monday

and Thursday of the week in the afternoon. Laundries to be picked up will be tagged and stored in

the delivery area by the Resident Assistant in charge. Payment will be given to the management

and the management will pay the shop. Fixed rate of P800 will be paid every 3rd Monday of the

month, 10% of the profit will be given to the dormitory for commission fee. The dormitory will not

be liable to any damage or loss acquired by the resident.

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SECURITY CAMERAS
To safeguard the security of residents, KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL shall use 4 CCTV
camera packages or a total of 20 cameras. The cameras shall be positioned according to the diagram:

LEGEND:

DOME CAMERAS - 2ND FLOOR (10)

BULLET CAMERAS - 1ST FLOOR (6)

LOBBY (2)

DELIVERY AREA (1)

DORM MANAGER'S OFFICE (1)

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HOUSE RULES AND REGULATIONS


Table of Contents

I. Time

a. Curfew

b. Securing Permits

c. Late Night Permit

d. Receiving Guests

e. Incoming Telephone Calls

f. Deliveries

g. Group Study

h. Laundry

II. Permits

a. Logging-in/out

b. Approval Process of Permits

c. Approved Permits

d. Extra-curricular Activities

e. Advertisements

f. Rental of Hall Activities

g. Academic -related Activities

III. Study and Silent Hours

IV. Proper Conduct and Behavior

a. Conduct among Residents and Guests

b. Dress Code when Receiving Guests

c. Visitors

d. Eating and Littering

e. Loitering

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f. Prohibitions

V. Safety and Cleanliness

a. Rooms

b. Corridors

c. Comfort Rooms

d. Laundry Area

e. Garbage

f. Miscellaneous

g. General Inspection

VI. Room and Dorm Upkeep

VII. Use of Equipment and Facilities

VIII. Other Guidelines and Important Reminders

IX. Violations

a. Major Violations 렐ҕ

b. Minor Violations

I. Time

a. CURFEW

Curfew for freshmen is 9:00pm, 10:00pm for upper classmen. The main door (entrance/exit)

is closed by 10:00pm and will be opened at 6:00 in the morning. Latecomers without

special late permit must sign in at the guard’s logbook by the entrance and will be counted

as violation.

b. SECURING PERMITS

Permits must be secured and approved during office hours, i.e. Monday to Friday, 8:00am –

12:00nn & 1:00pm – 5:00pm. It will be strictly implemented that the approval of late permit

is only until 5:00pm with the signature of the Dormitory Manager.

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c. LATE NIGHT PERMIT

Residents with approved Late Night Permit must leave the Residence Hall on or before

7:00pm, unless fetched by parents of official guardian/s and must return before 12:00mn.

d. RECEIVING GUESTS

Guests may be entertained in the receiving area from 2:00pm-7:00pm. However, relatives

especially the parents are allowed to stay in the Residence Hall receiving area before

2:00pm and beyond 7:00pm.

e. INCOMING TELEPHONE CALLS

Calls from the parents and/or designated guardians, may be entertained from 9:00am-

9:00pm.

f. DELIVERIES

Deliveries, like food and packages, are allowed until 11:00pm, but may be extended until

1:00am strictly during exam periods only.

g. GROUP STUDY 뮐ҕ

Residents can stay for group study, other academic related activities, socialization at the

receiving area. Mondays to Thursdays until 9:00pm only, Fridays to Sundays until 11:00pm

only. Use of laptop is allowed.

h. LAUNDRY

The laundry women are only allowed to stay at the vicinity of the residence halls during

the scheduled day, considering the free time of the residents assigned to them.

II. PERMITS

a. LOGGING-IN/OUT

Always log-in/out in the Daily Sign-in/out Sheet when leaving the Hall for any purpose,

including going to and coming from classes, indicating full name, specific destination,

time of departure and expected time of arrival. Time in properly and write legibly.

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b. APPROVAL PROCESS FOR PERMITS

Approval of Overnight Permits, Special Late Night Permits and Early Morning Permits are

based on individual resident’s Parent’s Instruction Sheet (PIS). Such permits should be

secured from Mondays to Fridays, during OFFICE HOURS (8:00am-12:00nn, 1:00pm-

5:00pm) only. For Early Morning Permits, present waiver duly signed by the

parents/guardian for academic related activities, extra-curricular activities allowed by the

parents. Permits to be used for the weekends should be secured on or before Friday.

c. APPROVED PERMITS

Residents with approved Overnight Permit must sign-out in the Overnight Logbook.

Residents with approved Overnight Permits, Special Late Night Permits and Early

Morning Permits must sign at the logbook.

d. EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Varsity players and other residents who


Ƞ̋ are required to be out of the Dormitory before

6:00am every day for practice must secure letter from their parent and for the approval of

the dormitory manager.

e. ADVERTISEMENTS

Posting of advertisements such as loading services and other merchandise is prohibited.

f. RENTAL OF HALL FACILITIES

Residents and staff who wish to use residence hall facilities must secure permission from

the Office of Student Housing (OSH) Director to be noted by the Dormitory Manager.

g. ACADEMIC-RELATED ACTIVITIES

Residents who have academic related requirements that will contradict with these House

Rules (i.e. practice of dances, group study beyond 9:00pm, etc,) must secure the permission

of the Dormitory Manager beforehand. STRICTLY NO PERMISSION, NO ACTIVITY.

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III. STUDY AND SILENT HOURS

a. Study hours and silent hours start at 9:00pm. Silence must be observed at all times.

Everyone must tone down volumes of radios, tapes and other musical instruments,

and resists from room-hopping, loud talks and laughter that will disturb those

studying or sleeping.

b. Bed-checking starts at 9:00pm for freshmen and 10:00pm for upper classmen. Each

resident is expected to be in his/her room for proper accounting by the Student

Assistant (SA). Room-hopping is discouraged.

IV. PROPER CONDUCT AND BEHAVIOR

a. CONDUCT AMONG RESIDENTS AND GUESTS

Conduct in the entertainment of guests and co-residents within the premises of the

residence hall must not go beyond the normal standards of decent conduct.
狐ҕ
b. DRESS CODE WHEN RECEIVING GUESTS

Residents are expected to be properly dressed when entertaining guests in the receiving

area or when transacting business in the Admin office.

c. VISITORS

No visitor is allowed beyond the receiving areas.

d. EATING AND LITTERING

No eating and littering in the stairs, hallways and common areas.

e. LOITERING

No loitering in the stairs.

f. PROHIBITIONS

The following are prohibited in the Karangalan Residence Hall:

i. Drunken behavior: bringing in and/or drinking intoxicating drinks with

Karangalan premises. Arriving at the residence hall in a drunken behavior is

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also prohibited and the resident concerned will not have the privilege of

staying in the residence hall for the succeeding semesters.

ii. Possession and/or taking prohibited drugs.

iii. Possession and/or se of firecrackers.

iv. Gambling.

v. Smoking inside the residence hall premises, even in the fire exit areas and

parking lot.

vi. Display of pornographic materials.

vii. Public Display of Affection.

viii. Vandalism in any form and in any surface is a violation. The resident should

shoulder the repainting and/or repair of the defaced surface.

ix. Unnecessary usage of and access to fire exits.

V. SAFETY AND CLEANLINESS 렐ҕ

a. ROOMS

i. Every resident is expected to maintain the cleanliness and tidiness of his/her

room.

ii. Every resident is expected to dust off his/her books, tables, etc. and sweep the

floor at least twice a week.

iii. Every resident is expected to properly organize his/her things.

iv. Food must be properly stored and/or disposed to avoid attracting rodents,

cockroaches, and other unwanted pests into the rooms.

v. Do not leave your valuables (e.g. money, ATM cards, electronic gadgets, etc.)

on the table or bed. Always lock them inside your closet or drawer.

vi. Do not post anything on the wall so that when the item posted is removed,

the paint on the wall will not be destroyed.

vii. Turn off the lights and unplug electrical appliances when leaving the room.

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viii. Always lock the room when leaving and make sure that you have your key

at ALL TIMES.

b. CORRIDORS

i. When you clean your room, do not leave the dirt and dust on the corridor

and corners, throw them into the trash bins.

c. COMFORT ROOMS

i. Use the toilet properly. Flush it after use. Avoid spillage on the floors.

ii. Do not step on the toilet bowls.

iii. Do not leave soap, shampoo, or conditioner containers inside the cubicles.

Sachets of shampoo/conditioner should be thrown in the trash bin.

iv. Do not throw solid residues, especially food particles, in the sink.

v. For females, do not flush sanitary napkins or panty liners in the toilet bowls.

Wrap them before throwing them in the trash bins.

vi. Do not leave your valuables


成̌ in the comfort rooms.

vii. Make sure that all faucets and showers are closed when not in use.

d. LAUNDRY AREA

i. Only undergarments, socks, handkerchiefs, and PE uniform are allowed to be

washed at the lavatory. For other personal effects, residents must hire

services of laundry women or bring their laundry home or to other cleaners.

ii. Make sure that the floors are dry before leaving the area.

iii. Close all the faucets when not in use.

iv. Please do not get the things that are not yours.

e. GARBAGE

i. Two trash bins are provided for each area, one for biodegradables and one for

non-biodegradables. Segregate your trash and throw them in the proper

trash bins. Put them inside the bins, not beside or on top of the trash bins.

Cover the trash bins properly.

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ii. Do not throw any liquid in the trash bins, pour them in the sinks; wrap

leftovers inside a plastic bag before throwing them into the trash bins.

iii. Wrap shards of glass with paper before throwing them in the trash bins.

f. MISCELLANEOUS

i. Cleaning materials may be borrowed from the housekeeping personnel but

should be returned immediately after use.

g. GENERAL INSPECTION

i. General inspections will be conducted randomly and as often as necessary.

ii. Everyone should open their rooms for the general inspection.

VI. ROOM AND DORM UPKEEP

a. Every resident is expected to maintain the cleanliness and tidiness of his/her room,

and assist in the regular upkeep of the common baths and toilets, corridors, and

other common areas.

b. Every resident is expected to have read, understood, and to follow the Rules on

Safety and Cleanliness.

VII. USE OF EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES

a. Chairs and other equipment in the receiving area should be kept in its proper order.

b. Leaving of things, including laundry and other valuables, in the receiving area or

guard is not allowed. The office staff has the prerogative to refuse endorsement of

certain materials. Endorsed books and other materials left in the office will be

forfeited in favor of the Residence Hall if unclaimed within one (1) month and will

be disposed accordingly.

c. Water dispensers are not washing areas, hence washing of utensils is not allowed

there. Throw your unwanted liquids in the sink and not in the container below the

water dispenser.

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d. Personal appliances must be registered in the Administration Office. Only

radios/MP3/Camera/IPod, cell phone, personal computer/laptop/printer and electric

fans are allowed. Individual TV sets, refrigerators, water heaters, hair dryers, flat

irons, toasters, microwave ovens are NOT allowed in the residents’ quarters.

Residents with unregistered/prohibited appliances will be taken by the Dormitory

Manager and will be charged accordingly. The Dorm Manager will advise resident

that prohibited items be brought home/or will be returned at the end of the semester.

e. Everybody is expected to return all facilities to their proper places after using them.

VIII. OTHER GUIDELINES AND IMPORTANT REMINDERS

a. As per University policy under Rule I, Section1.H. of the Revised Rules and

Regulations Governing Fraternities, Sororities and Other Student Organizations,

FRESHMEN students are NOT ALLOWED to join FRATERNITIES and SORORITIES.


st th
櫀̌ every 1 week or until 7 of the month as per
b. Board and lodging fees must be paid

schedule of payment posted on the bulletin board. Late payments will be assessed

with 1% surcharge per month.

c. The Admin Staff is here to help you. Please inform them if you are not feeling well,

so that proper assistance may be extended to you. Report sickness to the

management then inform the parents or guardians. In case your roommate is not

feeling well, please inform immediately the management.

d. Every resident is expected to participate actively in the programs and activities

designed and sponsored by the Karangalan Residence Hall.

e. Lock your things in your locker or drawer, keep your room locked every time you

leave and always keep the keys with you. Karangalan Residence Hall will not be

responsible for any loss personal property incurred due to carelessness.

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f. Every time you leave your room, unplug all electric appliances and turn off the

ceiling and study lights, even if you leave the room only for a short time. By

12:00mn, all ceiling lights must be turned off.

g. During electricity outages, properly extinguish all lighted candles and lamps before

you go to sleep to avoid fire.

h. Participate in the waste management program of the Residence Hall by segregating

and disposing your garbage properly.

i. Use the toilet properly.

j. The Dormitory Manger may call conferences with parents or guardians for

violations of rules committed by the resident without prior notice to the resident

concerned.

k. Every installment, residents must pass two (2) photocopies of their official receipt

and billing forms not later than three days after the date of OR.

l. Photocopies of Form 5 must be submitted


횐Җ to the Office on or before the last day of

registration. Residents with no Form 5 will be considered transients and will be

advised to check-out of the Hall.

m. Parents of the residents cannot just come and stay with their child inside the

residence hall. They need to secure a request to be addressed to the Office of Student

Housing (OSH) if ever they want to stay with their child. Approval of request to stay

as a transient is a case-to-case basis.

n. A lost door key is replaceable by two duplicate copies, at the expense of the resident.

o. Incurred violations are ground for disqualification in the residence hall application

for the succeeding semesters.

p. Always remember that your privileges at the Karangalan Residence Hall are not

transferrable to anyone. Not even your parents or siblings.

q. Other Rules and Guidelines duly approved by the Dormitory Manager from part of

these House Rules and Regulations and will be enforced accordingly.

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r. When in doubt about residence hall procedures, please inquire from the Admin

Office. We shall be very glad to assist you.

IX. VIOLATIONS

Neglect of the rules mentioned above corresponds to subsequent violations.

a. Major violations are as follows but are not limited to:

i. Residence Hall Curfew and Late Night Permits:

1. 1st and 2nd time: Warning

2. 3rd Violation: Strong Reprimand

3. 4th Violation: Non-Renewal

ii. Bed Check

1. Excessive overnight without permission from hall manager: if he or

she is absent from the hall 30% of the total days in the hall: Non-

Renewal. 횐Җ

iii. Bringing Alcoholic Beverages/Entering Dorm Premises Drunk

1. 1st Violation: Warning

2. 2nd Violation: Strong Reprimand

3. 3rd Violation: Non-Renewal

iv. Allowing Non-residents to enter the residential rooms

1. 1st Violation: Strong Warning

2. 2nd Violation: Kick Out

v. Harassing Dorm mates, room mates

1. 1st Violation: Strong Reprimand

2. 2nd Violation: Non-Renewal

vi. Theft (If proven guilty)

1. 1st Violation: Kick Out/Non-Renewal

b. Minor violations are as follows but are not limited to:

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i. Excessive key borrowing

ii. Not submitting the proper documents/forms (Form5, PIS, Acknowledgement

of Accountability Form, Appliance Declaration Form, Residence Hall

Agreement) on the scheduled submission date.

iii. Repeated loss of special permits/keys/clearance

iv. Leaving unplugged appliances

v. Leaving doors open

vi. Washing of regular clothes in lavatories

vii. Not signing in the Daily Sign In/Out logbook

viii. Failure to comply with the Study and Silent Hours

횐Җ

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EMPLOYEES AND DUTIES

Dormitory Manager

Job Description:

A specially trained full time university employee generally responsible for the management

and daily operations of campus residence halls or dormitories. They are most often

employed by the college or university and are salaried employees.

Job Duties:

• Maintain proper administration including records of occupants and maintenance schedule.

• Draw up SOPs for room entitlements, operating hours and penalties etc.

• Formulate rules and regulations, and monitor to ensure full compliance by the occupants.
㥐Ҝ
• Draw up proper maintenance schedule to upkeep the estates and facilities in good

condition.

• Must ensure full compliance of safety and security controls.

• Liaise with government authorities as required.

• Act as a liaison party between the dormitory occupants and the Management.

• Conduct random checks after office hours.

• Respond to crisis management as and when required.

• Any ad-hoc duties as assigned by the Management.

Requirements:

• Diploma holders

• 2 to 3 years of working experience in related field

• Good communication and management skills

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Resident Assistant

Job Description:

This position focuses on enhancing the quality of life in the residence halls. It includes

fostering community, providing academic support, and being attentive to safety and

security of residents.

Job Duties:

• Create programs and activities designed to meet the needs of residents on the floor.

• Host floor or corridor meetings that will encourage interaction and involvement of the

residents in the dormitory.

• Work with other staff to ensure safety and prevent facility issues on their assigned corridor

or floor.

• Do room inventory and safety checks on a regular basis.


㥐Ҝ
• Check if residents follow University and housing rules to maintain a peaceful and respectful

environment.

• Educate residents on their decisions and actions. They serve as guide to residents.

• Primary responder in case of emergencies within the corridor or floor.

• Required to complete weekly reports and other department paper works, administer surveys

and assist with check-ins and check-outs of residents.

Requirements:

• Enrolled only 15 units or below units in his current semester.

• Applicants must have a cumulative 2.5 or higher grade point average.

• Applicants must have lived in a residence hall for 1 full semester prior to the first full

semester of employment.

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Housekeeping/ Maintenance Staff

The Housekeeping staff ensures and maintains the cleanliness of common rooms including lobbies,

offices, bathrooms and other public areas. Students are required to maintain the cleanliness of their

own rooms and private or semi-private bathrooms. They also do maintenance repairs.

Lead Housekeeper

Job Description:

Lead Housekeeper take care of the daily details of managing the dormitory thereby freeing

up time for the employer to do other things.

Job Duties:

• Schedules and supervises other housekeeping staff.

• Train, supervise and monitor the quality of work of other housekeepers.

• May assist or be charged with keeping the household budgets and inventory supplies.

• Can also do the service themselves in addition to delegating to other staff.

• Ensure that all cleaning equipment/materials are maintained in a safe, clean and efficient

working condition.

Requirements:

• A minimum of 6 months of housekeeping experience.

• Be able to reach, bend, stoop and frequently lift up to 40 pounds.

• Be able to work in a standing position for long periods of time (up to 9 hours).

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Housekeeper

Job Duties:

• Clean building floors and walls by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, or vacuuming them.

• Gather and empty trash.

• Clean and polish furniture and fixtures.

• Clean windows, glass partitions, and mirrors, using soapy water or other cleaners, sponges,

and squeegees.

• Dust furniture, walls, machines, and equipment.

• Monitor building security and safety by performing such tasks as locking doors after

operating hours and checking electrical appliance use to ensure that hazards are not created.

• Notify supervisor concerning the need for major repairs or additions to building operating

systems.

• Set up, arrange, and remove decorations,


횐Җ tables, chairs, and ladders to prepare facilities for

events such as banquets and meetings.

• Spray insecticides and fumigants as directed to prevent insect infestation.

• Remove debris from driveways and all public areas inside or out.

Requirements:

• A minimum of 6 months of housekeeping experience.

• Be able to reach, bend, stoop and frequently lift up to 40 pounds.

• Be able to work in a standing position for long periods of time (up to 9 hours).

Security Staff

Security staff have a vital role in ensuring that the dormitory is a welcoming, accessible and safe

environment for dormitory staff, residents and visitors. They also protect buildings and valuable

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equipment and need a thorough knowledge of the premises. They need to know when and how to

diffuse potentially difficult situations and be able to react appropriately in an emergency. At a large

trust, they are part of a major 24-hour security operation. They will have constant contact with staff

and residents.

Security Guard

Job Description:

They involve in maintaining the security and the safety of people in their designated area

on the university campus.

Job Duties:

• Patrol around their designate area to ensure safety and protection to people.

• Require employees to show their badges 㥐


when
Ҝ entering the property.

• Inspect bags as staff and residents leave and enter the dormitory

• Monitoring safety standards and reporting hazards; blocked exits, fire safety, slippery floors,

etc.

Requirements:

• At least 2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.

• Must have first aid certificate.

• There are no specific secondary educational requirements for security officers/guards, but

three years of secondary education is recommended.

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EMPLOYEE RULES OF CONDUCT


Karangalan Residence Hall has established these General Rules of Conduct applicable to all

employees. Other more specific rules may be enacted by the residence hall from time to time

concerning more specific issues and areas of operation.

Clearly defined rules of conduct are necessary for the orderly operation the residence hall.

Employees have a right to know what is expected of them. Each employee must familiarize himself

or herself with all dormitory rules and regulations pertaining to their positions and duties.

Karangalan Residence Hall requires that each employee faithfully abide by these rules and

regulations.

The following are rules of conduct of general application and are supplemented by local and

departmental regulations which must also be observed. These rules may be modified at any time.

̌
1. Employees shall maintain a professional成appearance at all times while on duty and shall

wear clothing appropriate to their duties. Dress pants and collared shirt (blouse for women)

are considered to be appropriate. Closed toed shoes must be worn. Attention to good

grooming and neatness is mandatory. Where applicable, wear name badge and company

apparel at all times.

2. All dormitory building smoking regulations shall be observed.

3. Reporting to work under the influence of liquor or drugs or the unauthorized introduction,

possession or use of liquor or drugs on residence hall premises is prohibited.

4. Violence, fighting, horseplay, and other inappropriate conduct is prohibited.

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5. Neglect of duty and insubordination will not be tolerated.

6. Gambling of any kind on residence hall premises will not be tolerated.

7. No employee shall engage in outside employment that is detrimental to the residence hall's

interest or where such work is competitive or in conflict with the residence hall's interest.

Employment outside the residence hall must be reported to the employee's supervisor.

8. Employees shall not reveal information in Karangalan Residence Hall records to

unauthorized persons. Employees shall not publish or broadcast material in which the

residence hall is identified or Employee's connection with the residence hall is expressed or

implied without first submitting such material to the appropriate dormitory officials for

review and approval.

㥐Ҝ

9. No employee shall knowingly submit inaccurate or untruthful information for, or on, any

record, report or document.

10. Employees must avoid tardiness, absence, and departure from work early without the

permission of their supervisors. Employees must observe time limitations on rest and meal

periods. Every employee shall notify his or her supervisor or specified contact of an

anticipated absence or lateness in accordance with Karangalan Residence Hall and

departmental procedures. Sleeping or loafing on the job is prohibited.

11. Employees shall not use residence hall equipment, materials or facilities for personal

purposes.

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12. No employee shall be on or about Karangalan Residence Hall property soliciting funds or

services, selling tickets, distributing petitions or literature for any purpose (except as

otherwise provided by law) at any time without the prior consent of supervisor.

13. All duties shall be performed in a professional and workmanlike manner both with regard

to the specific conduct of work assignments and as such activities affect one's relationship

with others. In the latter instance, harassment for reasons related to sex, color, race, religion,

national origin, age or handicap is strictly prohibited.

14. Every employee will comply with safety regulations and procedures.

15. Every employee has a duty to protect and safeguard Karangalan Residence Hall property

and the property of customers and employees, and no employee shall occupy, use or operate

any residence hall property without prior횐authorization.


Җ

16. No employee shall be in unauthorized possession of any property of Karangalan Residence

Hall, its customers or employees or attempt to remove such property from residence hall

premises.

17. Employees shall not bring their own or any other minor children to their place of work or

elsewhere on dormitory premises during the employee's working hours when such

accompaniment might interfere with the discharge of the employee's duties and

responsibilities.

18. No employee shall be in possession of firearms (licensed or unlicensed) or other weapons

while on dormitory premises. The rule applies to all knives not required for the performance

of job duties.

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Violation of any of these regulations may result in disciplinary action ranging from warning to

discharge. The measure of discipline should correspond to the gravity of the offense as weighed by

its potential effect on Karangalan Residence Hall as well as the seniority and work record of the

employee involved, among other factors.

The Karangalan Residence Hall reserves the right to make inspections of employee lockers, desks,

lunch boxes, vehicles and other items of personal property located on dormitory premises in those

instances where there is reason to believe that they contain evidence of a violation of these

regulations. Any refusal to cooperate fully in such inspections or searches will be considered a

serious form of insubordination.

I acknowledge that I have read, understand and agree to the foregoing General Rules of Conduct

and a copy of the rules has been provided to me.

㥐Ҝ

Employee Signature: __________________________________

Date: ____________________________________________________

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EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
Vacation Pay

• All non-salary employees who have been employed and have worked at least one full year

are entitled to a paid vacation.

• One week of vacation pay will be the average amount of hours worked in a week during the

past year.

• Vacation hours must be used for time off and in 8 hour increments.

• All vacation requests must be in writing 30 days in advance.

Holiday Pay

• Employees are required to work during holiday when necessary.

Untimed Pay Off


成̌
• Based solely on the discretion of the management, you may take time off without pay.

• There is no limit to the amount of time off allowed as long as it is approved by management.

• Remember that extended periods of time off may affect your eligibility date for paid

vacation time.

Family and Medical Leave

• To be eligible for the leave, an employee must have worked at least 12 months for the

dormitory.

• May be applicable to these types of leave:

Birth and Adoption

Care for family member or self with serious health conditions

• Employees who take the leave will must provide the following:

Medical Certification

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It must state the following:

The date of which the serious health condition commenced

The probable duration of the condition

The appropriate medical facts regarding the condition

Return to work release

Any employee who has taken an extended leave under this policy due to his or

her own medical disability, may, as a condition of returning to work, be required

to first provide the dormitory with a medical certification establishing that the

employee is fit to resume work.

The certification should be provided sufficiently in advance of the expected

return to work, so dormitory management may make required decisions as to

whether and/or when the return to work will be allowed and whether to seek

additional medical information, as allowed by law.

ꠐ̈

Funeral Leave

• After completing ninety (90) days of service, in case of death in the immediate family, full

time employees will be allowed a maximum of three days with pay for the emergency.

• Members of the immediate family are considered to be spouse, children, father, mother,

brothers, sisters, father-in-law and mother-in-law.

• For absences for the death of a relative other than a member of the immediate family,

employees may, in the discretion of the Dormitory Manager, be allowed one day of

absence without pay.

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Ҙ

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ASSUMPTIONS
1. The International Center is demolished and all underground pipes fixed and/or replaced. All

of these shall be at the expense of the University of the Philippines Diliman.

2. IDEALITY wins the bidding for the land lease with a 30-year contract. The annual lease

payments shall be 10% of the net income after taxes. Upon termination of the contract, the

University of the Philippines Diliman regains full control over the land and ownership

rights to any structure that stands upon it.

3. The construction cost is PhP 20,000 per square meter, and includes building materials, piping

and electrical materials, labor, and all other related expenses.

4. All professional fees shall amount to 15% of the construction cost.

5. Ideality shall raise PhP 52.5 million amongst the members of the non-stock corporation. To

supplement this, Ideality shall borrow a total amount of PHP 20 million from the bank, at

an interest rate of 5.0% per annum. The interest shall be based on diminishing balance.
በҙ
6. Due to large volume purchase, Ideality will get a 50% discount from its equipment and

furniture suppliers. The usable life of all equipment and furniture is assumed to be 12.5

years.

7. The electricity cost shall be 8% percent of the total sales.

8. The water and sewage cost shall be 5% percent of total sales.

9. The projected occupancy is 100% for ten months equivalent to two semesters, and 95% for

the two months of summer classes. This shall be the annual occupancy rate, except for the

first year which will be 95% of this.

10. All pre-operations costs are assumptions.

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CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
BUSINESS PERMIT AND INITIAL TAXES

Reservation of Business Name, Registration of Non-Stock Corporation at Securities

and Exchange Commission (SEC) PHP 1040.00

Notary of Articles of Incorporation and Treasury's Affidavit 500.00

Application Fee and Documentary Stamp at Department of Trade and Industry

(DTI) 515.00

Baranggay Clearance 500.00

City Treasurer's Office - Community Tax Certificate 500.00

Business Permit (Quezon City) 2,408.05

Mayor's Permit 200.00

Sanitary Inspection Fee 150.00

Signboard Fee 50.00


垠ҙ
Business Plate 300.00

QCBRB 100.00

Zoning Clearance 545.00

Garbage Fee 1,300.00

Special Books of Account 400.00

TIN Registration Fee and Documentary Stamp at Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) 115

BUSINESS PERMITS AND INITIAL TAXES PHP 7,723.05

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BUILDING PERMIT COSTS

True Copy of the Land Title from the Register of Deeds PHP 160.00

Land plan with site map from the Geodetic Engineer. 1,250.00

Baranggay Clearance 300.00

Location Clearance City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) 2,971.00

Fire Safety Evaluation Clearance from Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) 19,500.00

Building Permit and ancillary permits at Office of the Building Official (OBO)

(Anchillary Permits are: Architectural Permit, Civil/Structural Permit, Electrical


39,018.00
Permit, Mechanical Permit, Sanitary Permit, Plumbing Permit, and Electronics

Permit)

Fire Safety Inspection Certificate (FSIC) 3,902.00

Health Certificate at City Health Office (CHO) 400.00

Certificate of Occupancy at Office of the Building Official (OBO) 32,000.00

Water and Sewage Connection to Manila Water 6,855.00


廠ҙ
COST OF SECURING BUILDING PERMITS PHP 106,356.00

PRE-OPERATING EXPENSES

Business Permits and Initial Taxes PHP 7,724.00*

Cost of Securing Building Permits 106,356.00

Initial Sets of Receipts and Invoices (Required) 3,500.00

Budget for Processing Paperwork 2,000.00

Research and Data Gathering 2,000.00

Other Expenses 5,000

PRE-OPERATING EXPENSES PHP 126,580

* Rounded up.

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CONSTRUCTION COST

BUILDING AREA PER FLOOR (SQMM) # OF FLOORS AREA (SQMM) AREA (SQM)

BUILDING 1 520065000 2 1040130000 1,040.13

BUILDING 2 520065000 2 1040130000 1,040.13

BUILDING 3 273780000 2 547560000 547.56

ADMIN
386100000 1 386100000 386.10
BUILDING

TOTAL AREA 3,013.92

CONSTRUCTION COST PER SQM PHP 20,000/sqm

TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST PHP 60,278,400.00

EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE LIST AND COSTS

ITEM BRAND SPECIFICATIONS SUPPLIER QTY PRICE TOTAL


晀ҙ
DORM MANAGER'S OFFICE

HP P2-1150L DESKTOP, INTEL

CORE i3-2120, 2.6GHz, 2GB


Computer
HP DDR3, 500GB HDD, ODD, USB PC Gilmore 1 23300 23,300.00
Set
KEYBOARD & MOUSE, DOS,

HP 20" LED MONITOR

Deskjet 1000 (HP 61Blk-720/


Printer HP PC Gilmore 1 1950 1,950.00
61Clr-830)

Speakers n/a Amplified 300W PC Gilmore 1 100 100.00

Internet
TP-Link MR-3220G 3G Wireless N PC Gilmore 1 1900 1,900.00
Router

Scanner HP Scanjet G2410 Scanner PC Gilmore 1 3350 3,350.00

Telephone Panasoni Black, basic single line Abenson 1 510 510.00

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Classic

Office Chair Sr. Exec Chair Modern 1 2600 2,600.00

Interior

Classic

Office Table W47" x D23.5" x H29.5" Modern 1 3700 3,700.00

Interior

Office 2-Part Steel Office Cabinet with Lorenz


1 10050 10,050.00
Cabinet Sliding Door Bottom Cabinet Furniture

16", with industrial blade, stand


Electric Fan Dowell Abenson 1 998 998.00
fan

Air
Condura split type Abenson 1 20998 20,998.00
Conditioner

쒀ҝ
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

HP P2-1150L DESKTOP, INTEL

CORE i3-2120, 2.6GHz, 2GB


Computer
HP DDR3, 500GB HDD, ODD, USB PC Gilmore 1 23300 23,300.00
Set
KEYBOARD & MOUSE, DOS,

HP 20" LED MONITOR

Deskjet 1000 (HP 61Blk-720/


Printer HP PC Gilmore 1 1950 1,950.00
61Clr-830)

Speakers n/a Amplified 300W PC Gilmore 1 100 100.00

Fax Panasoni
KX-FT981 Thermal Fax 1 4650 4,650.00
Machine c

Internet
TP-Link MR-3220G 3G Wireless N PC Gilmore 15 1900 28,500.00
Router

Projector Logitech Presenter R400 PC Gilmore 1 2200 2,200.00

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Panasoni
Telephone Black, basic single line Abenson 1 510 510.00
c

Classic
Swivel chair with arms and gas
Office Chair Modern 3 1150 3,450.00
lift
Interior

Classic
Computer
W39" x D19" x H29" Modern 1 2700 2,700.00
Table
Interior

Lorenz
Office Table W71" x D24" x H29" 1 3999 3,999.00
Furniture

Filing Lateral, 4 Drawers, 36"L x 19"W Lorenz


1 12350 12,350.00
Cabinet x 52"H Furniture

Lorenz
Bookshelf W23.6" x D15.7" x H54.6" 2 3000 6,000.00
Furniture
忐ҙ
RS
Key Cabinet SecuriKey Wall Mount 6 6470 38,820.00
Components

Classic
Visitors'
Stacking Chair Modern 3 660 1,980.00
Chair
Interior

16", with industrial blade, stand


Electric Fan Dowell Abenson 1 998 998.00
fan

Air
Condura split type Abenson 1 20998 20,998.00
Conditioner

SECURITY OFFICE

CCTV
n/a DVR Package PC Gilmore 4 18500 74,000.00
Cameras

Telephone Panasoni Black, basic single line Abenson 1 510 510.00

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Computer Lorenz
N/A * 1 13899 13,899.00
Set Furniture

Monitor Orion 17.3" LG1712 LED Widescreen PC Gilmore 1 3100 3,100.00

Internet
TP-Link MR-3220G 3G Wireless N PC Gilmore 1 1900 1,900.00
Router

Lorenz
Office Table W71" x D24" x H29" 1 3999 3,999.00
Furniture

Stacking Lorenz
N/A plastic 4 660 2,640.00
Chair Furniture

16", with industrial blade, stand


Electric Fan Dowell Abenson 1 998 998.00
fan

Air
Condura split type Abenson 1 20998 20,998.00
Conditioner
ҝ
Fire

Extinguishe Dry Chemical (Red), 1.5kg EGR Trading 17 1000 17,000.00

Darosan
Fire Alarm Manual 8 2800 22,400.00
Enterprises

Sphere
Heat RS
Marketin 16 1600 25,600.00
Detector Components
g Services

Fire Hose Asahi 1 1/2 x 50ft EGR Trading 6 2700 16,200.00

Classic

Office Table W24"x D16" x H29" Modern 2 1200 2,400.00

Interior

MAINTENANCE OFFICE

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Lorenz
Office Table n/a W71" x D24" x H29" 2 3999 7,998.00
Furniture

Stacking Lorenz
n/a plastic 8 660 5,280.00
Chair Furniture

16", with industrial blade, stand


Electric Fan Dowell Abenson 1 998 998.00
fan

Floor
Wilson Abenson 1 15748 15,748.00
Polisher

Nemie
Shelf Steel, L36" x W18" x H72" 1 9000 9,000.00
Furniture

Broom BesQ plastic Dexterton 7 280 1,960.00

Cleaning 3in1 : 1 toilet plunger, 1 toilet


BesQ 3 640 1,920.00
Device brush, 1 dust basket

Trash Can n/a plastic Saizen 5 88 440.00


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Mop Cleanic Dexterton 4 440 1,760.00

Glass Wiper BesQ length: 20cm Dexterton 1 95 95.00

"Wet Floor" / "Cleaning in


Floor Sign Cleanic Dexterton 2 365 730.00
Progress"

DELIVERY AREA

Classic
L36", leatherette,
Stool n/a Modern 3 3998 11,994.00
H17"xW20"xD20"
Interior

STANDARD ROOMS

Nemie 537,600.0
Single Bed N/A 36 x 75” 192 2800
Furniture 0

Mattress Uratex 3.5x 36 x 75” Lorenz 192 2000 384,000.0

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Furniture 0

Lorenz
Pillows FiberSoft 192 350 67,200.00
Furniture

with lamp and chair Kahoy-an 1,920,000.


Study Table 192 10000
35.5"L x 23.5"W Furniture 00

Trash Can Saizen 96 88 8,448.00

SUITE ROOMS

60x75” Kahoy 201,600.0


Queen Bed N/A 12 16800
with pull-out bed World 0

Lorenz
Mattress Uratex 3.5x60x75” 12 3300 39,600.00
Furniture

Lorenz
Pillows FiberSoft 24 350 8,400.00
Furniture
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60"L x 28"W x 27"H Nemie 102,000.0
Sofa N/A 12 8500
2-seater Furniture 0

with lamp and chair Kahoy-an 120,000.0


Study Table N/A 12 10000
35.5"L x 23.5"W Furniture 0

43.25"L x 27.5"W x 29"H

Dining 4-seater Nemie 120,000.0


N/A 12 10000
Table wenge wood, dark brown Furniture 0

cushion

single door
141,600.0
Refrigerator Sharp silver Lazada 12 11800
0
6.5 cu. ft.

double burner
La
Stove 70x10x38 Lazada 12 1500 18,000.00
Germania
silver

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Trash Can Saizen 12 60 720.00

COMMUNAL KITCHEN

SM
15,995.0
Refrigerator LG Model No. GR-V212RLK Appliance 4 63,980.00
0
Center

SM
Electric 16,290.0
Elba Model No. 230/E230-050X Appliance 4 65,160.00
Stove 0
Center

SM

Microwave Whirlpool Model No. MWX203ES Appliance 4 4,395.00 17,580.00

Center

SM
Water Hanabish
Model No. HFSWD-1700 Appliance 4 5,990.00 23,960.00
Dispenser i
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Kitchen
N/A Multi-functional JC Gallery 8 280.00 2,240.00
Rack

Dining Lorenz Lorenz


Starter Dining Set 4 Seater 8 5,300.00 42,400.00
Table Set Furniture Furniture

No cover SM Home
Trash Can N/A 8 50.00 400.00
Different colors available World

SM

Air Cooler Asahi Model No. IC-009 Appliance 8 4,050.00 32,400.00

Center

VISITORS LOBBY

Lorenz
Sofa Set N/A 3-seater couch + 2 seats 2 10000 20,000.00
Furniture

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Lorenz
Coffee Table N/A Glass-top coffee table 2 1800 3,600.00
Furniture

Bulletin 3ft x 4ft – cork board with


N/A Office1 2 1085 2,170.00
Board aluminum frame

Savers

Ceiling Fan Camel Orbit Fan Appliance 2 1320 2,640.00

Depot

Trash Can N/A Plastic bin Saizen 1 88 88.00

RESIDENTS' LOBBY

Savers

TV Set LG 42” LED Appliance 1 32990 32,990.00

Depot

DVD Player LG DVD 3D BluRay Abenson 1 5000 5,000.00

Entertainm ҝ
2 drawers, 2 open shelves Lorenz
N/A 1 5500 5,500.00
ent Unit 59.4” x 16.4” x 18.5” Furniture

Nemie

Gang Chairs N/A 5-seater Furniture 4 11500 46,000.00

Trading

Lorenz
Sofa Set N/A 3-seater couch + 2 seats 2 10000 20,000.00
Furniture

Lorenz
Coffee Table N/A Glass-top coffee table 2 1800 3,600.00
Furniture

Hanabish
Stand Fan 18” metal blade Abenson 4 1650 6,600.00
i

Trash Can N/A Plastic bin Saizen 1 88 88.00

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Sofa Set 4 10000 40,000.00

Stand Fan 4 1650 6,600.00

Trash Can 2 88 176.00

EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE COST 4,597,868.00

LESS 50% VOLUME DISCOUNT (2,298,934.00)

TOTAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE COST PHP 2,298,934.00

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

Pre-Operating Expenses PHP 126,580

Construction Cost 60,278,400

Professional Fees 9,041,760

Total Equipment and Furniture Cost 2,298,934


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Capital Reserves 754,326

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE PHP 72,500,000

EXPENSES
DEPRECIATION

TO BE DEPRECIATED COST USABLE LIFE DEPRECIATION PER ANNUM

Building PHP 45,208,800.00 30 years PHP 2,009,280

Equipment and Furniture 2,747,621.62 12.5 years 183,914.72

TOTAL ANNUAL DEPRECIATION PHP 2,193,194.72

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SALARY EXPENSE

EMPLOYEE MONTHLY SALARY # OF EMPLOYEES ANNUAL SALARY

Dormitory Manager 20,000.00 1 PHP 20,000.00

Asst. Dorm Manager 17,000.00 1 17,000.00

Housekeeping Staff 15,000.00 4 60,000.00

Maintenance Staff 12,000.00 1 12,000.00

Security Guard 22,041.00 2 44,082.00

TOTAL SALARY EXPENSE PHP 1,836,984.00

DEBT PAYMENTS

Debt: Long-term loan of PHP 20,000,000 payable over 12 years at 5% interest per annum.

YEAR LOAN INTEREST PRINCIPAL PAYMENT TOTAL PAYMENT BALANCE

1
20,000,000 1,000,000 0 1,000,000 20,000,000
2
20,000,000 1,000,000 ҝ 1,900,000 2,900,000 18,100,000
3
18,100,000 905,000 1,900,000 2,805,000 16,200,000
4
16,200,000 810,000 1,900,000 2,710,000 14,300,000
5
14,300,000 715,000 1,900,000 2,615,000 12,400,000
6
12,400,000 620,000 1,900,000 2,520,000 10,500,000
7
10,500,000 525,000 1,900,000 2,425,000 8,600,000
8
8,600,000 430,000 1,900,000 2,330,000 6,700,000
9
6,700,000 335,000 1,900,000 2,235,000 4,800,000
10
4,800,000 240,000 1,900,000 2,140,000 2,900,000
11
2,900,000 145,000 1,900,000 2,045,000 1,000,000
12
1,000,000 50,000 1,000,000 1,050,000 0

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REVENUES
ROOM REVENUES

ROOM TYPE MONTHLY RATE # OF SLOTS MONTHLY REVENUE

Standard 5,400 190 1,026,000

Suite Room Sales 12,000 12 144,000

1,170,000

MONTHLY REVENUE # OF MONTHS OCCUPANCY REVENUE

10 months
1,170,000 100% 11,700,000
(June to March)

2 months
1,170,000 95% 2,223,000
(April to May)

TOTAL ANNUAL REVENUE 13,923,000

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VENUE RENTAL REVENUES

AREA RATE PER HOUR MONTHLY USE ANNUAL INCOME GENERATED

Lobby 500.00 2 12,000.00

Activity Area 1 750.00 2 18,000.00

Activity Area 2 750.00 2 18,000.00

Aircon Usage* 300.00 2 7,200.00

Basketball Court 600.00 2 14,400.00

TOTAL ANNUAL INCOME GENERATED 69,600.00

* Additional Option for Activity Area Rentals

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LAUNDRY COMMISSION REVENUES

MONTHLY
COMMISSION RESIDENTS # OF MONTHS REVENUE
LAUNDRY

PHP 800 10% 204 10 PHP 326,400

PHP 800 10% 194 2 PHP 62,016

TOTAL LAUNDRY COMMISSION REVENUE PHP 388,416

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KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL


FIVE-YEAR PROJECTION

YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5


SALES

Standard Room Sales 11,598,930 12,209,400 12,209,400 12,209,400 12,209,400

Suite Room Sales 1,627,920 1,713,600 1,713,600 1,713,600 1,713,600


Laundry Commission 310,080 326,400 326,400 326,400 326,400

Rentals Revenue 69,600 69,600 69,600 69,600 69,600

TOTAL SALES 13,606,530 14,319,000 14,319,000 14,319,000 14,319,000

LESS: EXPENSES

OPERATING EXPENSES
Electricity 935,036 983,955 983,955 983,955 983,955

Water and Sewage 584,397 614,972 614,972 614,972 614,972

Phone and Internet 19,188 19,188


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19,188 19,188 19,188
Salary Expense 1,836,984 1,836,984 1,836,984 1,836,984 1,836,984

Depreciation 2,193,195 2,193,195 2,193,195 2,193,195 2,193,195


TOTAL OPERATING
5,826,278 5,919,323 5,919,323 5,919,323 5,919,323
EXPENSES
DEBT PAYMENTS 1,000,000 2,900,000 2,805,000 2,710,000 2,615,000

TOTAL EXPENSES 6,826,278 8,819,323 8,724,323 8,629,323 8,534,323

NET INCOME BEFORE


6,788,314 5,508,163 5,603,163 5,698,163 5,793,163
TAX
LESS: TAXES (32%) 2,172,261 1,762,612 1,793,012 1,823,412 1,853,812
NET INCOME
4,616,054 3,745,551 3,810,151 3,874,751 3,939,351
AFTER TAX
LESS: 10% FOR UP 461,605 374,555 381,015 387,475 393,935
TOTAL NET INCOME 4,154,448 3,370,996 3,429,136 3,487,276 3,545,416

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KARANGALAN RESIDENCE HALL


PAYBACK PERIOD
YEAR CAPITAL EXPENDITURE NET INCOME BALANCE

1
72,500,000 4,154,448 68,345,552
2
68,345,552 3,370,996 64,974,556
3
64,974,556 3,429,136 61,545,420
4
61,545,420 3,487,276 58,058,144
5
58,058,144 3,545,416 54,512,728
6
54,512,728 3,603,556 50,909,172
7
50,909,172 3,661,696 47,247,476
8
47,247,476 3,719,836 43,527,640
9
43,527,640 3,777,976 39,749,664
10
39,749,664 3,836,116 35,913,548
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11
35,913,548 3,894,256 32,019,292
12
32,019,292 4,503,196 27,516,096
13
27,516,096 5,145,796 22,370,300
14
22,370,300 5,145,796 17,224,505
15
17,224,505 5,145,796 12,078,709
16
12,078,709 5,145,796 6,932,913
17
6,932,913 5,145,796 1,787,117
18 0
1,787,117 1,787,117
1,787,117 / 5,145,796 * 12 months = 4.17 months

Payback period is approximately 17 YEARS AND 5 MONTHS.

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AERIAL VIEW

ENTOURAGE

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ADMIN BUILDING

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EAST WING

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WEST WING

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SOUTH WING

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SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

ADMIN BUILDING

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CONCLUSION
A business is almost always sure to succeed when it is anchored on the needs of a person in

his daily life. For a student studying in a university far from his hometown, there are a few things

more important than a place to call home. This is what Karangalan Residence Hall aspires to be for

its residents.

A new batch of international students and graduate students enters the university annually,

giving the residence hall a constant influx of potential clients. The demand for proper housing never

recedes, and as long as the price remains attainable to majority of the market, it shall be able to

sustain its operations.

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To lend validity to this subjective analysis, the financial and operational feasibility also

attest to the likely success of the residence hall. While it will take some time for the company to gain

back its initial capital outlay, the steady stream of business shall keep it afloat. The venture is

feasible and worth getting into.

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