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BD&C IEQc6.2: Controllability of Systems—Thermal Comfort

A comfort control meeting the credit requirements needs to only address one of the four comfort criteria: air temperature, radiant temperature, humidity, air speed.

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This credit addresses the conditions that building occupants experience, not the measured conditions inside the ductwork or HVAC system.

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"Roof membrane sealants do not have to be considered"
NC IEQc4.1

"That's going to make this credit much easier to achieve"

Change in WEc4 in LEED 3.0 vs. 2.0/2.2
Schools WEc4

The logistics of PI form #1 for MPR #6
MPR thread

Mapping out performance period timelines
EBOM thread

See all forum threads, or start your own

Products typically specified in mechanical sections don't meet the requirements—how do other project teams handle this?

"Stolen materials from dumpsters"

Energy benefits of green roofs

USGBC to Offer Precedent-Setting “LEED Interpretations,” Along with CIRs

Reducing Environmental Impacts of Cement and Concrete—and the Fly Ash Conundrum
Environmental Building News

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