I am working on a project for a logistics warehouse (Core and Shell) with 308 (width) x 102 (depth) meters. The project has docks on both sides (the docks are 308 meters long) of the warehouse, which has openings permanently open for ventilation on the facades and roof, allowing natural cross ventilation and the chimney effect.
One of the strategies to meet the monitoring of areas with natural ventilation, according to LEED v4, Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance, is the following “Provide automatic indication devices on all natural ventilation openings intended to meet the minimum opening requirements. An alarm must indicate when any one of the openings is closed during occupied hours.”. I would like to know if the warehouse I am working on meets the monitoring requirement given that the openings are permanently open, even without using any installed device.