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GBA/GA V4/Rev 00 Page 8.10
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Chapter 8: Indoor Environmental Quality©2011-14 Green Building AcademyReduce reflective glazing which may cause external glare and bird collision 8.11 Acoustic PerformanceIntent: To provide workspaces and classrooms that promotes occupants’ well-being, productivity, and communications through effective acoustic design. Strategies: Reduce background noise from HVAC Equipment Sound Transmission Class and Reverberation time to comply with relevant standards GBA/GA V4/Rev 00 Page 8.11
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Chapter 8: Indoor Environmental Quality©2011-14 Green Building AcademyHave a Question in this chapter? Discuss in our forumSummaryWe have addressed Minimum indoor air quality performance Environmental tobacco smoke control Enhanced indoor air quality strategies Low-emitting materials Construction indoor air quality management plan Indoor air quality assessment Thermal comfort Interior lighting Daylight Quality views Acoustic performance GBA/GA V4/Rev 00 Page 8.12
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Chapter 9: Integrative Process©2011-14 Green Building AcademyChapter 9: Integrative ProcessIntent To support high-performance, cost-effective project outcomes through an early analysis of the interrelationships among systems. 9.1 Conventional Process: OwnerArchitectContractorsEngineersCost ConsultantsSpecialists: IAQ, HVAC, Lighting,Acoustics, Fire, Security, Communications, Energy.Learning ObjectivesAt the end of this chapter, candidates will have an understanding ofConventional Process Integrative Process LEED/ Green Building Charrette GBA/GA V4/Rev 00 Page 9.1
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Chapter 9: Integrative Process©2011-14 Green Building AcademyIn a conventional Project delivery, Architect plays an important role in schematic design, once the schematic design is done. Different disciplines work isolated on their corresponding task. In this approach, the opportunities of synergies between different systems are missed. For example, the Architect in the design is not considering the HVAC Engineers input on orientation, WWR, building envelope impact etc. 9.2 Integrative Process:In integrated project delivery, the project team first sets project goals and objectives. All project team members works towards the project goals right from predesign to completion of the project. Phases of Integrative Process: Deign Team Leader (architect, engineer, project manager)Lighting SpecialistHVAC SpecialistAcoustics SpecialistOwner’s RepresentativeFire SpecialistCommunication SpecialistSecurity SpecialistCost ConsultantsContractorGBA/GA V4/Rev 00 Page 9.2
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Chapter 9: Integrative Process©2011-14 Green Building AcademyDiscovery Phase: Discovery phase is an expansion of conventional predesign phase In discovery phase project teams should Understand project requirements, Explore synergies between various building components, Address budget, and schedule.
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