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Pre-funtional check-out and visual inspection of the blower motor and thermostat positioning. This typically occurs during the construction phase of the commissioning process.
Inspecting a blower and thermostat installation
8/31/2015 5:54:00 PM
Pre-functional check-out of rooftop air handler. This typically occurs during the construction phase of the commissioning process.
Inspection of rooftop air handler
8/31/2015 5:51:00 PM
Performance Verification Test (PVT) on a new control panel in a building at Fort Campbell. This typically occurs during the construction phase of the commissioning process.
Performance verification test on a control panel
8/31/2015 5:49:00 PM
Pump pressure gauges are read and then the corresponding flow is determined from the pump manufacturers curve. This typically occurs during the acceptance phase of the commissioning process.
Pump performance validation
8/31/2015 5:46:00 PM
Measuring differential pressure to be used to calculate terminal airflow. This typically occurs during the construction phase of the commissioning process.
Differential pressure gauge
8/31/2015 5:42:00 PM
The project was designed in-house by Seattle District and was accepted by Savannah District as one of the floor plan standards. It happened to be the first time Ecotect was used on a Corps project for daylighting analysis. These pictures are of the Readiness bays. The original standard suggested using windows on the sidewall, after conducting the analysis it proved to be more efficient for prefabricated semi-transparent skylights and sidewall kalwall windows instead. This project excelled in creating cost effective solutions while still achieving LEED GOLD rating. The Project Team included Kyle Shaw, Renn Breshears, Jennifer Ramirez, Kelli Polzin, Tyler Bush, Glen Chihara, Dennis Brandt, Anton Klein, Sean Irby, Rod Perry, and David Wong.
Company Operations Facility Readiness Bay showcasing the use of translucent fiberglass panel systems in a skylight and wall application
8/28/2015 4:43:00 PM
The Bassett Army Community Hospital is a testament to ingenuity by incorporating energy efficiency, and seismic and thermal requirements in a state-of-the-art medical facility. The building envelope was designed to control temperature migration to the building interior with outdoor temperatures ranging from 90 degrees to minus 60 degrees. The building fenestrations were designed with an airtight seal utilizing 4-inch deep insulated glazing units with thermal breaks to bring natural light into the building. Use of natural light in a healthcare facility has tremendous benefits, such as improved patient recovery times and improvements to general health and circadian rhythm.
Bassett Army Hospital at Fort Wainwright, Alaska
8/28/2015 4:43:00 PM
This open office faces south with horizational exterior sun shades to provide passive sun control. A clearstory above captures northern daylight to maximize consistent daylight throughout the day. The result was a staggering 94% achieved daylghting in this space in accordance with the caluclaiton methods defined by LEED NC 2009. Team Members included Kyle Shaw, Nathan Gregory, Jennifer Ramirez, Lindsey Matetich, David Chapman, Kevin Waring, Gerd Padilla, David Wong, Allen Heninger, Cynthia Masten, and Rod Perry.
Battalion Headquarters Open Office at Joint Base Lewis-McChord
8/28/2015 4:43:00 PM
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