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  • CONSTRUCTORS PERFORMANCE

    EVALUATION SYSTEM (CPES)

    Implementing Guidelines For Infrastructure Projects

    Amended Guidelines as Approved by NEDA InfraCom Pursuant to the IRR of RA 9184

    13 September 2011

    Construction Industry Authority of the Philippines PHILIPPINE DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION BOARD

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    CONSTRUCTORS PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEM (CPES) Implementing Guidelines for Infrastructure Projects

    as amended on 13 September 2011

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Foreword .. .. iii Acknowledgment ... iv IRR of RA 9184 Provision on Evaluation of Contractors Performance .. v NEDA Approval & CIAP Board Resolution .... vi Salient Features of the CPES Implementing Guidelines .. x CPES Implementing Guidelines 1. General ............................................................................................................... 1 2. Objectives ........................................................................................................... 1 3. Scope .................................................................................................................. 1 4. Definition of Terms ............................................................................................ 2 5. Functional/Deployment Flowchart ..................................................................... 4 6. Aspects of Evaluation ........................................................................................ 8 7. Criteria for Evaluation ........................................................................................ 10 8. CPES Implementing Unit ................................................................................... 13 9. Constructors Performance Evaluator/s (CPE) ................................................... 14 10. Documents Required for Evaluation .................................................................. 16 11. CPES Evaluation Forms ..................................................................................... 17 12. Information Utilization and Data Banking ........................................................... 22 13. Applicability ....................................................................................................... 25 14. Effectivity ........................................................................................................... 25 15. List of Acronyms . ............................................................................................... 26 16. List of Annexes Annex 1 - CPES Functional/Deployment Flowchart ....................................... 1-1 Annex 2 - Checklists for Workmanship A. Road and Bridge Projects . ....................................................... 2A-1 B. Housing and Building Projects . ................................................ 2B-1 C. Port and Harbor Projects . ........................................................ 2C-1 D. Irrigation Projects . ................................................................... 2D-1

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    E. Flood Control Projects . ............................................................ 2E-1 F. Power Transmission Line Projects . .......................................... 2F-1 G. Substation Projects . ................................................................ 2G-1 H. Diesel Power Plant Projects .................................................... 2H-1 I. Mooring Facilities for Power Barges Projects .......................... 2I-1 J. Site Development Projects ...................................................... 2J-1 Annex 3 - Checklist for Materials ................................................................... 3-1 Annex 4 - Checklist for Time ......................................................................... 4-1 Annex 5 - Checklist for Facilities .................................................................... 5-1 Annex 6 - Checklist for Environmental, Safety and Health (ESH) .................. 6-1 Annex 7 - Checklist for Resources Deployment ............................................. 7-1 Annex 8 - CPES Evaluation Form ................................................................. 8-1 Annex 9 - Corrective Action Request (CAR) Form ......................................... 9-1 Annex 10 - Constructors Performance Summary Report ................................. 10-1 Annex 11 - Schedule of Minimum Test Requirements Governing Items of Work of the DPWH Standard Specifications for Highways, Bridges and Airports, 1995 (Vol. II) ......................... 11-1 Schedule of Minimum Test Requirements Governing Items of Work of the DPWH Standard Specifications for Highways, Bridges and Airports Using Test Requirements as Practiced by the National Transmission Corporation (TRANSCO) ................ 11B-1 Annex 12 - List of Philippine National Standards (Construction Materials) for Mandatory Implementation . ......... 12-1

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    FOREWORD

    The original integrated Constructors Performance Evaluation System (CPES) Implementing Guidelines covering Roads, Bridges, Housings, Buildings, Ports and Harbors Projects was approved by National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Boards Committee on Infrastructure (INFRACOM) on 30 January 1998. The first and second set of amendments to the same guidelines was approved by the NEDA INFRACOM on 19 May 2005 and 27 August 2008, respectively. To cover all types of construction projects, the title of the guidelines was changed to CPES Implementing Guidelines for Infrastructure Projects. Since 1999 up to present, various government agencies, among others, Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH); Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC); Department of Science and Technology (DOST); Department of Health (DOH), Department of Education (DepEd), Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), Philippine Tourism Authority (PTA); National Housing Authority (NHA); National Irrigation Administration (NIA); Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC); Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA); Department of Trade and Industry (DTI); Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP), University of the Philippines (UP), and Local Government of Guimaras, have been implementing CPES in their infrastructure projects. To further improve the guidelines, the CPES Inter-Agency Committee (IAC) composed of representatives from the DPWH, DOTC, DOST, DepEd, NHA, NIA, BCDA, DBP, U.P., PUP, and PDCB formulated the 3rd set of amendments to the guidelines. The 3rd set of amendments to the CPES Implementing Guidelines was prepared by the CPES-IAC and the PDCB during its 45th Regular Meeting held on 22 February 2011 under PDCB Resolution No. 03, Series of 2011, endorsed the same to the CIAP Board. The CIAP Board, in its 59th Regular Board Meeting on 25 March 2011, resolved to endorse the proposed amendments to the CPES Implementing Guidelines under CIAP Board Resolution No. 10, Series of 2011, to the NEDA INFRACOM. The NEDA-INFRACOM, during its meeting on 13 September 2011, approved the 3rd set of amendments to the CPES Implementing Guidelines for Infrastructure Projects. The revised guidelines is intended to contribute in ensuring the quality and timely delivery of infrastructure projects in the country particularly government projects and improve performance of contractors. September 2011

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    A C K N O W L E D G M E N T The Philippine Domestic Construction Board (PDCB) of the Construction Industry Authority of the Philippines (CIAP) acknowledges with thanks the heads of the CPES Implementing Units (CPES-IU) of the following government agencies for their invaluable support in the formulation of the 3rd Revised CPES Implementing Guidelines for Infrastructure Projects:

    Engr. Walter R. Ocampo Department of Public Works and Highways Engr. Wilfredo C. Borbor Department of Transportation & Communications Engr. Arnaldo C. Reyes Department of Science and Technology Atty. Elvira V. Estanislao Bases Conversion Development Authority Engr. Ma. Otelia F. Eclavea National Housing Authority Engr. Robert C. Suguitan National Irrigation Administration Engr. Oliver R. Hernandez Department of Education Engr. Clarito A. Magsino Development Bank of the Philippines Mr. Ariel S. Betan University of the Philippines Dr. Rolando C. Viray Polytechnic University of the Philippines

    CIAP-PDCB also recognizes the patience, diligence and selfless dedication of the following members of the CPES Inter-Agency Committee (IAC) which made this task possible:

    Department of Public Works and Highways Engr. Melrose I. Pailma Engr. Medmier G. Malig Engr. Aristarco M. Doroy Engr. Mathias L. Malenab

    Department of Transportation and Communications Engr. Wilfredo C. Borbor

    Department of Science and Technology Engr. Arnaldo C. Reyes Engr. Roberto P. Peredo Engr. Willy F. Evangelista

    Bases Conversion Development Authority Engr. Arnel V. Fortunado

    National Housing Authority Engr. Ma. Otelia F. Eclavea

    National Irrigation Administration Engr. Robert C. Suguitan Engr. Teresita Pantalla

    Department of Education Arch. Harold V. Dime

    Development Bank of the Philippines Engr. Clarito A. Magsino

    University of the Philippines Arch. Allen R. Buenaventura