2012 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CODE LEED® v4 2010 GUIDELINES FOR DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION OF HEALTH CARE FAC
GBCI: 0910000214Learn about the impacts on COMMISSIONING, COSTS, SCHEDULE & MORE! How New Commissioning Requirements Will Affect Your Next Project
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LEED 4.0, the 2012 International Energy Code, now being adopted by municipalities throughout the United States, and the 2010 Guideline for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities all contain new requirements for building systems commissioning.
Commissioning provides the building owner, designers, and builders with high performing buildings, as well as risk mitigation by reducing RFIs, warranty issues, schedule creep, and maintenance and construction issues due to lack of coordination by trades.
Up to now, building commissioning has been prescribed for projects where non-conformance is an unacceptable risk and LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) projects where building systems commissioning is a prerequisite for LEED certification. However, with these new standards, the demand for commissioning in buildings will intensify. This presentation will look deeply into the process of commissioning, and how the new requirements will affect your projects with respect to cost, schedule and participation.
- Establish a base line for commissioning procedures and deliverables in order to understand the changes.
- Establish a base line for the impacts and costs of commissioning.
- Outline the how the new commissioning requirements will affect projects with respect to cost, schedule and participation with respect to: LEED 4.0, the 2012 International Energy Code, and the 2010 Guideline for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities.