I currently have a project which consists of a 10-story building with 2 adjacent buildings. one with a single story and the other one with 2. They are all connected with bridges. These 3 buildings are found on a single site, have the same owner and management (ITESM University), and will share systems. My question would be whether if they can be treated as a single project under the same registration and rating. Since the USGBC is yet to release the AGMBC part 2, this is not clear to me. Help, please!
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May 20, 2011 - 8:00 pm
Diana, I think your answer will lie in the LEED Minimum Program Requirements. Particularly check out the guidance on attached buildings. Post back here with additional thoughts and questions.
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September 13, 2011 - 10:37 pm
So according to MPR Supplement Guidance, these 3 buildings have to be registered separately, am I correctly?
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September 14, 2011 - 1:12 am
We have a CS project which has two architecturally distinctive buildings but sharing the same underground car park; mechanically they are separate as well, as the owner is going to sell them floor by floor, and each floor has a small chilled water system (there is no central chiller plant).
Both MPR and AGMBC are very vague on this, please help.