I'm working on a TI project where the tenant occupies 2 floors of an 8-story office building. I have an overhead VAV system and I am working on the ductwork distribution to ensure the project meets the zoning and controls requirements. There are several interior spaces, with floor-to-ceiling walls, that are not regularly occupied. For example, IT closets, restrooms, storage rooms, etc.. Is there any LEED requirement for zoning these spaces separately? My thought is that these not regularly occupied and serving them from a VAV box dedicated to another space is appropriate. Does anyone have any experience with zoning in regards to this credit?
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