1. The placing of glass in windows and doors.
2. Portland cement is the most common materials for this; material other than water,
aggregate or hydraulic cement, used as in ingredient of concrete and added concrete
before or during its mixture to modify its properties; substances added to cements,
mortars, concrete for the purpose of improving or imparting particular properties
such as: workability, durability, etc.
3. A support system used to prevent movement of soil.
4. A part of foundation system where columns, pier or wall are at rest.
5. Required for access mainly to construct walls, upper floors when brickworks exceeds
chest level above the ground.
c. step trenching
6. The art and technique of installing pipes, fixtures and other apparatuses in buildings
for bringing in the supply of liquids, substances, and/or ingredients and removing
them, and such water, liquid and other carried-wastes hazardous to health, sanitation
, life and property pipes and fixtures after installation.
7. The installation of all pipes in the plumbing system that are in partitions and under
floors. It includes the plumbing work done before the setting of the fixtures, or
8. A watertight receptacle, which receives the discharge of a plumbing system or part
thereof, and is designed and constructed so as to separate solids from the liquid
digest the organic matter through a period of detention, and allows the effluent to
discharge into a storm drain; or directly to the ground outside the tank through a
system of joint or perforated piping.
b. septic tank
c. main sewer
d. disposal field
9. Type of aggregate smaller than ¼” in size consist of sand, stone screenings or other
inert materials of similar characteristics.
a. Fine aggregate
b. course aggregate c. crushed aggregate d. cut aggregate
10. Braced framework made up of triangles and it holds up the roof; engineered and
manufactured roof support members with zigzag framing members that form a rigid
11. Part of the stair which support the ends of the hand rail.
12. Water collector at the eaves of the building; a pipe, usually of metal for carrying
rainwater down the roof’s horizontal gutters.
a. Catch basin
13. Generally refers to hard, brittle transparent material.
14. The tradename for flouroplastic which is transparent to opaque in characterand is
used primarily for electrical fixture and pipe sealing.
b. masking tape
c. electrical tape
15. Referred to as by the total number of persons that may occupy a building or a portion
thereof at any one time as per PD 1096.
b. live load
c. dead load
d. occupant load
16. National Building Code
a. R.A. 9266
b. P.D. 1096
c. P.D. 1185
d. BP 344