Indicates whether the premises is in design or in existing operation.
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure|
|Completed||Construction is completed and the premises has been commissioned and evaluated as satisfactory. The premises is ready for occupancy.||None|
|Conceptual design||Project goals and execution framework are established and big ideas are explored. Certification goals are set. Benchmarking and certification targets are set. Cand high-level comparative analysis can be used to establish energy performance targets, and to identify energy, greenhouse gas, and water saving strategies.||None|
|Construction administration||Construction proceeds based on the detailed construction plan. Addendums and modifications are developed as on-site challenges arise and are mitigated. Building systems are commissioned in preparation for occupancy. Energy analysis can be used to assist commissioning and evaluate potential mitigation alternatives.||None|
|Construction documents||Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and other building systems are integrated into the architectural framework. Specifications for the performance, durability, and ÒqualityÓ of all construction materials and equipment are written. Detailed drawings for all site and building elements including systems are developed in preparation for construction bids. Detailed energy analysis is used to finalize the mechanical system configuration, equipment sizing and controls, and to calculate predicted building energy intensity for code compliance and certification purposes.||None|
|Design development||Drawings for the site, building plans and elevations are further developed, along with drawings for building appearance, typical construction detail, and selection and specification of major building materials. Preliminary specifications for mechanical and electrical systems and their layouts is developed. Detailed energy analysis and energy modeling are used to evaluate envelope alternatives, mechanical systems types and initial sizing, and operational strategies.||None|
|Not applicable||Not applicable||None|
|Occupancy||Construction is complete and the building is occupied. Actual operational performance is tracked and can be used to benchmark and retro-commission the building. Energy analysis can be used to assist commissioning, fault-detection and diagnosis, and in building control.||None|
|Schematic design||Conceptual design is refined to illustrate scales and relationships between project components. Preliminary drawings for the site, building plan, elevations, and interior sections are developed to establish design intent. Project execution roadmap is developed, which includes budget, early challenges and opportunities and mitigating strategies. Comparative, early stage energy and loads analysis is used to identify relevant energy-efficiency measures and inform the design.||None|
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