Philippine Electrical Wiring – Building our Philippine This brings us to the mechanics of running conduit for our branch circuits. Having a detailed electrical plan is essential. You’ll be required to have one before you get your building permit, but, in any case, you’ll want a plan. If you try to make things up as you go, you’ll probably make a mess of things. Philippine Electrical Code Part 1/Chapter 1. General 3. Licensed Electrical Practitioner who is in-charge of electrical works. 4. Building Owner. 5. Lot Owner. 6. Building Official (b) Five (5) sets of complete electrical plans and specifications signed and sealed by Professional Electrical Engineer. 220.127.116.11 Electrical Permit to Be Issued Immediately.