CI-2009 PIf1: Minimum Program Requirements

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Valentin Grimaud Thermal Engineer TERAO Green Building Engineering
Dec 04 2014
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Non certified factory with new process area aiming certification

Dear community,

We have had a recent enquiry from a client. He has an existing industrial site, which is non certified. He wants to relocate another industrial activity in this site. In other words, within the existing factory building of this site, he would like to create a dedicated space for this relocation. It is very likely that such space would be a HVAC zone in itself. We have analyzed supplemental guidance for MPR and conclude that it is possible to certify such space under LEED-CI. But having no previous similar experience, I would like another opinion on this.

To my opinion, LEED-CI has been designed primarily for retails, not for industrial activity. But this case could meet MPR requirements.

Does anyone has a feedback on such situation?

Many thanks,

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Jonathan Weiss
Nov 21 2014
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MPR 6 for Single Tenant Building

Project Location: United States

We are working on a project where we are the sole tenant in the building. Can we use the whole building meters for our MPR6 reporting if there is no other user in the building? Base Building is pursuing LEED CS, so they should be providing metering (we're working on that).

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Tristan Roberts LEED AP BD+C, Editorial Director – LEEDuser, BuildingGreen, Inc. Nov 21 2014 LEEDuser Moderator

Jonathan, can you post this to our MPR6 forum? Thanks.

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Tracy Baker CTA Inc.
Sep 17 2014
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MPR #6

I am working on a CI project that is within a LEED Platinum building. The base building did not install tenant submeteringSubmetering is used to determine the proportion of energy use within a building attributable to specific end uses or subsystems (e.g., the heating subsystem of an HVAC system).. It does, however share whole building energy use data with the USGBC.
For the purposes of the CI project the form states that the Energy Star Portfolio name must match the LEED project name and if not, the CI project should be listed under registered property in portfolio manager. Is this necessary if tenant submetering is not possible? Shouldn't I simply claim the exemption with a narrative and leave the Energy Star Portfolio the way it is?

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Sadie Martin Oct 22 2014 Guest 108 Thumbs Up

I have this same question. We only have a water meter for the entire building, our CI is located in. When the template asks about metering water for the "entire project" does that refer to the Core and Shell project or the CI project?

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R G
Sep 10 2014
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Timeline

We have recently received substantial completion for construction for one of our projects. The project was registered for design part during inception of the design but is not yet submitted for any review.
Is there a timeline for submitting the construction document.

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