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What is the Recommended Professional Fee for the Architectural Interior, Acoustic Design, Architectural Lighting Layout and Design and Site Development Planning?

10%-15%10%-15%

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Upon submission of the preliminary design what is the fee?

30% of the fee

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Upon submission of the final design what is the fee?

50% of the fee

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Upon the completion of the project what is the fee?

50% of the fee

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What is the Recommended Professional Fee for the Physical Planning for building sites such as industrial estates and commercial per hectare for the first 5 hectares?

PHP50, 000.00 per hectare

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What is the RPF of Framework Development Plan (FRDP) under Site Planning?

30% of the RPF

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What is the RPF of Conceptual Master Development Plan (CMDP) under Site Planning?

30% of the RPF

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What is the RPF of Preliminary Master Development Plan (PMDP) under Site Planning?

20% of the RPF

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What is the RPF of Detailed Master Development Plan (DMDP) under Site Planning?

20% of the RPF

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What is the Recommended Professional Fee (RPF) for Project Manager?

2% to 5% of Project Construction Cost (PCC).

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It is a key component for any architect or architecture that requires an understanding of project management basics.

Project Management

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Project management activities for architectural projects can be clustered in the 3 which are?

  1. Organizing the project

  2. Facilitating the work

  3. Effect of client expectations on the project

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He usually takes charge of planning and organizing a project. This simply means, he develops a primary understanding of how and when the project will be worked on and what leadership and staff will be needed to perform the work.

Project Manager (PM)

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He interacts with firm leaders, and perhaps with other project managers, as this understanding becomes documented in a work plan.

Project Manager (PM)

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It is a key part of effective project management.

Work Plan

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9 work plans included for an effective project management.

  1. Project description and client requirements

  2. Statement of deliverables

  3. Team organization

  4. Responsibility matrix

  5. Preliminary project schedule

  6. Preliminary staffing needs

  7. Project directory

  8. Internal project budget and profit plan

  9. Code information (optional)

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It includes a description of the project, including its scope and the client's budget, as well as a record of what work the client has authorized. The client's primary goals for the scope and quality of the project should also be incorporated into the project description.

Work Plan

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What are some deliverable produced by the architects?

  1. reports

  2. sketches and drawings

  3. specifications

  4. virtual or physical models

  5. estimates (list or storyboard)

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Its purpose is to define the hierarchy of the architect's team. It typically reflects who the primary project leaders will be, such as the principal-in-charge, the project manager, designers, project architects, and job captains.

Team Chart

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Is one of the primary drivers of the architect's assessment of staffing needs.

Preliminary Schedule

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This is to ensure people attend the meeting when their input is required and stay away when it is not. Decisions cannot be made or obtained without the necessary participants

Meeting Management Plan

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This session is critical and formative decisions are made at the highest levels in an owner's organization.

Executive Sessions

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These are meetings when approved design direction, scope, cost, and schedule are presented and discussed with most or all of the project team members. The agenda should be carefully prepared to keep the meeting as short as possible while accomplishing the purpose of keeping everyone informed

General Project Meetings

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A session commonly called consultant work sessions, these meetings are the time to discuss and resolve issues related to building systems and other detailed aspects of the project.

Coordination Sessions

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A session that has the most detailed of all project meetings. These meetings are most successful when the topic is narrowly focused and the number of attendees is minimized. Often the only agenda items are the drawings and specifications.

Redline Work Sesssions

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This is to facilitate discussion rather than to remind attendees of what is to be discussed. Therefore, in addition to the typical list of discussion topics, it should be attached to other pertinent information, such as e-mails, memoranda, schedules, budgets, reports, and the like.

Effective Agenda

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This is best used to provide an understanding of the detail of an assignment that has been accepted by a team member. Used in conjunction with a more abbreviated description that might appear in a meeting report, it memorandum provides the necessary level of detail about assignments that team members need to proceed toward delivering the project in the same orderly direction.

Memorandum

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This list is used to track the issues recorded in the meeting minutes and memoranda.

Action Item lists

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system must be flexible and comprehensive enough to accommodate many types of project information. This includes letters, memoranda, e-mail, sketches, drawings and specifications, submittals and shop drawings, test reports, and surveys

Project Filing System

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What are the 9 Risk Drivers?

Main risk

  1. Communication

  2. Project team capabilities

  3. Client selection sub

  4. Negotiation and contracts

  5. Budget control

  6. Schedule control

  7. Loss prevention issues

  8. Construction phase services

  9. Billing procedures

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One sure way to prevent mistakes is to check the work called?

Quality Assurance/ Quality Control

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Every paper document issued by the architect needs several points of identifying information: the author, who it is being issued to, the date issued, and, in the case of contract documents, a reference number. Documents that are revised and reissued, such as drawings, need a revision date

Document Control

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Is a contractual union between two or more firms for one or more specific projects. The joint venture arrangement enables firms to combine key resources, expertise, and experience to perform professional services on a specific project while allowing each participating firm to pursue other projects independent of the joint venture.

Joint venture

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What are the 5 Challenges of Architecture today?

  1. Digital

  2. Healthcare

  3. Mobility

  4. Commerce

  5. Education

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What does NCARB means?

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

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is a global leader in architectural regulation, dedicated to helping professionals reach their career goals, providing key data about the path to licensure, and protecting the public's health, safety, and welfare.

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

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Is a nonprofit organization made up of the architectural licensing boards of 55 states and territories. NCARB develops and administers national programs for licensure candidates and architects to ensure they have the mobility to go wherever their career takes them.

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

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The Certificate streamlines the process for obtaining a license in a new jurisdiction.

Reciprocity

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Gaining reciprocity in multiple jurisdictions allows you the freedom to go wherever the work takes you.

Mobility

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Setting yourself apart from other architects can be key for your career; the greater flexibility you'll enjoy as a Certificate holder is often an important factor for firms when hiring and promoting.

Competitive edge

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As an NCARB Certificate holder, you don't have to worry about record keeping—all your information is stored on our secure server, ready whenever you need it.

Security

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Obtaining and maintaining an NCARB Certificate demonstrates that you've met national standards. You can now use the letters "NCARB" after your name.

NCARB Credential

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an individual who holds a current registration in good standing in a country other than the United States or Canada at the time of application, which allows such individual to use the title "architect" and to engage in the unlimited practice of architecture (defined as the ability to provide any architectural services on any type of building in any state, province, territory, or other political subdivision of their national jurisdiction) in that country

Foreign Architect (FA)

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What does ASEAN stands for?

Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

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was established on 8 August 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand, with the signing of the ASEAN Declaration (Bangkok Declaration) by the Founding Fathers of ASEAN: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.

ASEAN

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What countries are the Founding Fathers of ASEAN?

MIPST

  1. Malaysia

  2. Indonesia

  3. Philippines

  4. Singapore

  5. Thailand

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What are the 10 Member States of ASEAN?

  1. Malaysia

  2. Indonesia

  3. Philippines

  4. Singapore

  5. Thailand

  6. Brunei Darussalam

  7. Vietnam

  8. Lao PDR

  9. Myanmar

  10. Cambodia

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This facilitate the mobility of architectural professionals within ASEAN and enhance information exchange in order to promote adoption of best practices on standards of architectural education, professional practices and qualifications.

ASEAN Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) on Architectural Services

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What are the 3 ASEAN Monitoring Committee Section?

·1. Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) 2. Commission on Higher Education (CHED) 3. United Architects of the Philippines (UAP)

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What are some of the ASEAN Architect Criteria for Registration?

  1. Architectural Education

  2. Assessment within his own jurisdiction as eligible for independent practice

  3. Min. of ten (10) years of practical and diversified architectural experience after graduation, five (5) years of which shall be after licensure/registration

  4. Completion of at least two (2) years in responsible charge of significant Architectural work;

  5. Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

  6. Compliance with Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics

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What does APEC stands for?

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)

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It was firstly publicly broached by former Prime Minister of Australia Bob Hawke during a speech in Seoul, Korea, on 31 January 1989.

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)

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What countirs are the founding members of APEC? were Australia; Brunei Darussalam; Canada; Indonesia; Japan; Korea; Malaysia; New Zealand; the Philippines; Singapore; Thailand; and the United States.

  1. Australia

  2. Brunei Darussalam;

  3. Canada;

  4. Indonesia

  5. Japan;

  6. Korea;

  7. Malaysia; 8.New Zealand;

  8. Philippines;

  9. Singapore

  10. Thailand;

  11. United States.

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This ensures that goods, services, investment and people move easily across borders

APEC

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Is a person who is registered, licensed or otherwise professionally recognized as an architect in a participating economy, and whose name is enrolled on the APEC Architect Register maintained by that economy.

APEC Architect

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Is an Architect who holds the nationality of an ASEAN Member State and who possesses qualifications and experience that complies with the requirements specified in Part B of this Assessment Statement may apply to be placed on the ASEAN Architects Register (AAR) and accorded the title of ASEAN Architect (AA).

ASEAN Architect (AA)

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Is responsible for confirming that the applicant for registration in the APEC Architect Register is a registered architect. It issues special temporary permits to foreign architects registered in their economy's APEC Architect Register who desire to practice in the Philippines, after validation of their qualifications as APEC Architects.

Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)

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It assess the educational qualifications of applicants for registration in the APEC Architect Register in the Philippines. It also designate the institution or institutions which shall implement the program providing for alternative educational requirements to enable them

Commission on Higher Education (CHED)

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It is responsible for establishing and/or providing the criteria or guidelines in accordance with the framework guidelines, and policies agreed upon by APEC participating economies,

United Architects of the Philippines (UAP)

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What criteria is required for being an APEC Architect that is not required when registering as an ASEAN Architect?

  1. Membership in the Integrated and Accredited Professional Organization of Architects (IAPOA)

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I is the foundation of the complete Family of International Codes. It is an essential tool to preserve public health and safety that provides safeguards from hazards associated with the built environment. It addresses design and installation of innovative materials that meet or exceed public health and safety goals.

International Building Code (IBC)

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The International Code Council (ICC) promulgates a new International Building Code every how many years?

3 years

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It is focused on means of egress facilities, stability, sanitation, adequate light and ventilation, energy conservation, and safety to life and property from fire, explosion, and other hazards.

International Building Code

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It is to provide organizations with a framework to protect the environment and respond to changing environmental conditions in balance with socio-economic needs

environmental management system

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It catalyses the uptake of sustainable buildings for everyone, everywhere.

World Green Building Council (WorldGBC)

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3 goals of World Green Building Council (WorldGBC)

Climate Action Health and Wellbeing Resources and Circularity

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also known as certification - are used to assess and recognise buildings which meet certain green requirements or standards.

Green building rating tools

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Give atleast 5 Green building rating tools.

ARZ rating system Assessment Standard for Green Building of China​ BEAM Plus BERDE B.E.S.T - Residential B.E.S.T - Commercial Buildings Certificate BREEAM-LV BREEAM-NOR BREEAM-NL​ BREEAM-SE BREEAM Casa (Colombia) CASBEE Citylab DGNB System DGBC Woonmerk​ EDGE GreenBuilding GBC Brasil CASA Greenship Green Building Index Green Key Green Key Global GreenSL Green Star Homestar GBC Home GBC Historic Building GBC Quartieri GBC Condomini Green Star SA Green Star SA Kenya GRESB Home Performance Index HQE ICP ILFI Zero Energy and Zero Carbon IGBC INSIDE/INSIDE​ Korea Green Building Certification LOTUS LEED Miljöbyggnad NABERSNZ OMIR Pakistan Green Building Guideline (PGBG) BD+C Parksmart PEARL (Abu Dhabi) PEER RELi Singapore Green Building Product/Services Certification SITES Swiss DGNB System TARSHEED TRUE VERDE The WELL Building Standard Zero Waste

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It exist in around 70 countries across the world

Green Building Councils (GBCs)

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3 key steps to be recognized as a member of WorldGBC

  1. Prospective Member

  2. Emerging Member

  3. Established Member

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The WorldGBC supports this global management consulting firm called?

UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Give atleast 5 out of 17 SDGs.

GOAL 1: No Poverty GOAL 2: Zero Hunger GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being GOAL 4: Quality Education GOAL 5: Gender Equality GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production GOAL 13: Climate Action GOAL 14: Life Below Water GOAL 15: Life on Land GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions GOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal

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It was founded in 1993 to establish green building standards and then promote the use of these buildings. It was one of eight national councils that helped found the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC).

US Green Building Council (USGBC)

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USGBC is best known for its development of?

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green building rating systems

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Enumerate the 3 people who developed USGBC in April 1993?

  1. Rick Fedrizzi (Founding Chair)

  2. David Gottfried (President)

  3. Mike Italiano (CEO)

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By 1998, ISGBC developed wthis version of LEED and pilot tested 19 projects

LEED v1.0

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What is the latest version of LEED released in 2019?

LEED V4.1

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What does LEED stands for?

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

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Is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. Available for virtually all building types, it provides a framework for healthy, highly efficient, and cost-saving green buildings. LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement and leadership.

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

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is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement and leadership.

LEED certification

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Give atleast 3 environmental benefits of LEED

  1. Reduced Energy use and carbon emissions

  2. Conserving water

  3. Reducing waste

  4. Fewer cars, fewer miles

  5. Green materials

  6. Implement Sustainable strategies

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What are the LEED Rating systems?

Building Design and Construction (BD+C) Interior Design and Construction (ID+C) Bldg. Operation and Maintenance (O+M) Neighborhood Development (ND) Homes

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Projects pursuing LEED certifcations earn points. How many points are needed to earn to acquire atleast the Certified level?

40-49 points

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Projects pursuing LEED certifcations earn points. How many points are needed to earn to acquire atleast the Silver level?

50-59 points

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Projects pursuing LEED certifcations earn points. How many points are needed to earn to acquire atleast the Gold level?

60-79 points

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Projects pursuing LEED certifcations earn points. How many points are needed to earn to acquire atleast the Platinum level?

80+ points

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is a public benefit corporation who administers the WELL Building Standard (WELL) - a performance-based system for measuring, certifying, and monitoring features of buildings that impact the health and well-being of the people who live, work and learn in them.

The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI)

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Give atleast 3 WELL Principles

  1. Equitable

  2. Global

  3. Evidence-based

  4. Technically Robust

  5. Customer focused

  6. Resilient

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The WELL Building Standard v2® is organized into 11 concepts such as

  1. Air

  2. Water

  3. Nourishment

  4. Light

  5. Movement

  6. thermal Comfort

  7. Sound

  8. Mind

  9. Materials

  10. Mind

  11. Community and Innovation

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The WELL Building Standard (WELL) focuses on?

the people in the building

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is a health and well-being credential that denotes expertise in the WELL Building Standard.

The WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP)

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is a local non-profit, voluntary group of professional associations involved with the built-environment who share a common concern on the impacts of global warming and climate change.

The Philippine Green Building Initiative (PGBI)

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the three main proponents-agreed to involve other pioneer organizations into the movement. ​

  1. American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers Philippines Chapter (ASHRAE Philippines)

  2. Philippine Society of Ventilating, Air-Conditioning, and Refrigerating Engineers (PSVARE)

  3. United Architects of the Philippines (UAP)

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PGBI recognised this need and developed this System specifically applicable for our country, which is the result of collaborative efforts to produce standards and guidelines in order to help guide and educate industry professionals.

Geared for Resiliency and Energy Efficiency for the Environment (GREEEN)

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What does GREEEN stands for?

Geared for Resiliency and Energy Efficiency for the Environment (GREEEN)

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What does PGBIstands for?

Philippine Green Building Initiative

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It was incorporated on March 22, 2007 as a national non-stock, non-profit organization that promotes the sharing of knowledge on green building practices to the industry to ensure a sustainable environment.

The Philippine Green Building Council(PHILGBC)

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It is the Philippines' own green building rating system. Initiated to facilitate greener building, this rating system measures how a building excels above and beyond the existing local environmental regulations and standards.

Building for Ecologically Responsive Design Excellence (BERDE) Rating System

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was established by the Philippine Green Building Council (PHILGBC) as an appropriate response to the Philippine building industry's need to proactively address the negative impacts of climate change.

Building for Ecologically Responsive Design Excellence (BERDE) Rating System

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is a tool to assess, measure, monitor, and certify the performance of green building projects above and beyond existing national and local building and environmental laws, regulations, and mandatory standards.

Berde

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