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Lease requirements for this credit

CS-2009 IEQc2: Increased Ventilation
posted by Troy Glasner on Jul 21, 2016, 1:03 pm

Hi, I am just wondering what specific lease requirement language would be needed for this credit. Or, is it possible to just design for it and ensure that the ventilation rates are adjusted when...

Last reply: Ashwini Arun, Aug 29, 2017, 2:32 pm

LEED lease agreement for CS

CS-2009 IEQc2: Increased Ventilation
posted by Alfonzo Collins on Oct 21, 2014, 11:43 am

I am working on a core & shell building. The owner will only be installing AHUs for a few core & shell spaces. The tenants will be installing their own mechanical equipment including...

Last reply: Ashwini Arun, Aug 29, 2017, 2:24 pm

ACP EN standards in CS.IEQp1 and CS.IEQc2

CS-2009 IEQc2: Increased Ventilation
posted by Petr Vogel on Nov 23, 2012, 11:19 am

Dear all,

when following ACP EN 13779:2007 and EN 15251:2007 in CS.IEQp1 and CS.IEQc2 we do experience a very uncertain conditions given by this method in terms of...

Last reply: Amanda Johnson, Feb 12, 2015, 10:04 am

retail spaces in office building

CS-2009 IEQc2: Increased Ventilation
posted by Anna Bak on Sep 14, 2014, 10:31 am

Hi,
In our C&S project the investor provides AHUs to supply fresh air to offices. We will meet the credit requirements for that part of the building, however there is some retail space...

Question about Mechanical Ventilation

CS-2009 IEQc2: Increased Ventilation
posted by Ron Dean on Aug 19, 2013, 6:28 pm

Hello,

My mechanical design normally consist of a big outdoor air fan supplier on the rooftop that delivers air to each floor (for mechanical ventilation) and then the future tenant will...

Last reply: Roger Chang, Nov 14, 2013, 8:51 am

IEQ credit 1, IEQ credit 2, EAc3, and related credits

CS-2009 IEQc2: Increased Ventilation
posted by Alex AC on Jul 13, 2012, 4:18 pm

Tristan Roberts Technical Director, The Laurentia Project, HPDC LEEDuser Expert 11457 thumbs up August 31, 2012- 1:22 pm Alex, there is some guidance above this forum on how to earn this credit with a minimal energy penalty, but it's true that it may not be a good fit for all projects.On your second question, the +/- 15% is deviation from the designed rate, not from ASHRAE. Log in or register to post comments ...

Last reply: Tristan Roberts, Aug 31, 2012, 1:22 pm