Anyone who can help,
I am currently working on a LEED v2009 Retail: Commercial Interiors Volume Project and am wondering how often I need to be citing the work done druring the pre-design phase, design development etc.
Everything about the project is fairly cut and dry, once the prototypes are finalized and approved it is all about "fitting" them into the spaces we are leasing..
Is there a way to eliminate repetitive or redundant work and still provide the necessary documentation, checklists etc.
Any and all feedback/guidance is greatly appreciated
Stefanie YoungDirector, Technical Solutions
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May 5, 2017 - 11:56 am
I know we touched on this when connecting through other channels, but for others to reference, the amount of documentation and validation needed at the project level is dependent on the amount of uniformity and management controls identified in the owner's prototype. It is also dependent on the amount of standardization and alignment with LEED requirements that are built into the design specs, construction policies, vendor contracts, etc. The more commonality and control an owner has in ensuring the requirements will be consistently met, the more opportunity to reduce and streamline the documentation on an ongoing basis.