A new Math and Science, building will replace existing classrooms, laboratories, and lecture hall spaces currently housed in multiple buildings over 50 years old. This new and advanced two‐story facility is a corner stone of the Science, Technology, and Mathematics programs, including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, and Mathematics. The building is designed for certification as a Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Silver project by the U. S. Green Building Council. Sustainability features include drought tolerant landscaping and a large belowground cistern for collecting building condensate water and rainwater for use in irrigation.
This project was designed to LEED Silver as well as the CALGreen and California Energy Code requirements. LEED Fundamental and Enhanced Commissioning were utilized.
Resolution: TMCx has received an email from the controls contractor with an explanation and this item is still an open issue #16 on the current IR Log, as of 3/5/19.
Resolution: The SOO calls for the fans to be De- Energized upon a high/low static cutout. This item remains open as issue #19 on the current IR Log.