We have a building that used to be muti-tenanted to a far greater extent than it is now and has many unused doors that once acted as dedicated entrances to a number of small suites but no longer serve a real purpose.
With that being said, there were two 'unused' doors that interfered with the current location of the designated smoking area. The building management hired a Glasing contractor to seal both of these doors shut by caulking sealed joints and gaps. They also removed the door handles, lock cylinders and capped openings and bolted door. All signage that indicated these doors were entrances or exits were removed. Is this an acceptable 'fix' to comply with the LEED requirements to achieve this prereq? Thank you.