We are working on a small building located on an airport campus called a Ground Transportation Unit (GTU). It building is used to inspect/repair ground vehicles used around the airport. The part where the inspections happen is set up much the way an auto mechanic shop is set up, with large roll up doors that are open whenever anyone is in the space. A large portion of the total area of the area in the building that is considered regularly occupied is this inspection bay, so we would need it to comply. However, there will be no glare control devices on the large garage roll-up doors because there is no glazing - just a large opening. Because doors would be open any time they are working in there, and direct light will be measured on the grid, we would surely exceed ASE levels/ exceed 3,000 lux. Any thoughts on how to work with this situation to still get the daylighting credit?
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