2015 IECC Adoption
What is Tenant Improvement Commissioning?
Tenant Improvement (TI) refers to the alterations a property owner makes to the interior of an industrial or commercial building to accommodate the needs of a tenant, such as adding or altering floors, walls, ceilings, air conditioning, fire protection, and security. All TIs must meet the minimum requirements of the currently adopted International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) with local amendments. Clients seek commissioning services to ensure the needs of the project are met including code compliance and the systems are performing at peak efficiency. Property owners and managers are now required to present commissioning reports to local jurisdictions as a result of the 2015 IECC adoption.
The 2015 IECC applies commissioning to HVAC, lighting systems, water heating systems, and renewable energy systems.
What are the benefits of IECC commissioning?
The IECC is a model energy code that covers energy using building systems. Property owners realize annual energy savings, reduced life-cycle costs, and reduced carbon emissions. Tenants experience improved occupant comfort, increased productivity, and lower human capital costs.
Why E Cube?
E Cube takes significant strides to stay current with the latest innovations in technology and its influence on commissioning and energy savings. Our services help property managers, building owners, and general contractors meet the commissioning requirements of the local 2015 IECC.
IECC commissioning is critical to the Tenant Improvement market. We understand the latest requirements for energy code compliance. Our dedicated staff can help you avoid failed final inspections, lost time and construction budget overages.
E Cube’s IECC 2015 Commissioning Services include:
- A complete IECC 2015 Commissioning Report
- Functional performance testing
- Troubleshooting on-site project problems