Best Practices Manual, Vol.II: Design for High Performance by CHPS

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Applicable Codes and Guidelines Applicable Spaces Climates When to Consider Classrooms South Coast Programming Library North Coast Schematic Multi-Purpose / Cafeteria Central Valley Design Dev. Gym Mountains Contract Docs. Corridors Desert Construction Administration Commissioning Toilets Operation Other Local school districts are beginning to develop IAQ policies that incorporate construction/operational requirements. See for example, the Materials/Indoor Air Quality Policy for School District Buildings (Berkeley Unified School District, Berkeley, CA: 1994–1995).

CHPS BEST PRACTICES MANUAL DESIGN © 2006 CHPS, INC 33 General Conditions Guideline GC2: Construction and Demolition (C&D) Waste Management Applicable Codes Because of state goals and possible sanctions, many jurisdictions at the county and city level have developed, or are developing, ordinances related to C&D waste management. In some cases, these ordinances apply only to municipally owned projects. Some ordinances exempt C&D projects below a specified dollar value or size. Though not mandated, the CIWMB provides a model C&D waste management ordinance for cities and counties to consider adopting.

However, this cost can be minimized by proper planning. L Costs Implementing this guideline should not necessarily add cost to the project. The one area M H L M H Benefits Risk managers may be reluctant to take on the added responsibility of requiring IAQ planning and preventive job-site practices. However, school districts and project architects across the country have experienced litigation related to poor IAQ resulting from improper construction activities. Addressing these issues before and during construction will reduce exposure of the school district and designers to potentially expensive litigation in the future.

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