Top 10 ways to commission for LEED
The requirement for commissioning as part of the LEED certification process has elevated the commissioning consultant to a key player in achieving certification.
By Consulting Specifying Engineer Staff
In the summer edition of The Checklist , published by the Building Commissioning Association , Michael Mantai, president of SystemWorCx LLC, offers his top 10 issues when commissioning existing buildings for LEED.
10. Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV)
9. Plumbing Fixtures
8. Protection of Ductwork
7. Occupancy Sensors
6. ASHRAE 62.1-2004 Compliance
5. Measurement & Verification (M&V)
4. Outdoor Air Flushout
3. MERV-13 filters
2. Owner’s Project Requirements
1. Basis of Design
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