MR 1.2, 1.3 & ID

MR Credit 1.2

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Building Reuse:

Maintain Interior Non-structural Components

Maintain 40% by surface area of non-structural walls, flooring, ceiling, doors, and millwork- use in original form and intent (ie: unfinished door still unfinished door- not stained table top)

 

PTS-1

Intent of Building Reuse
Extend the life cycle of existing building stock, conserve resources, retain cultural resources, reduce waste and reduce environmental impacts of new buildings as they relate to materials manufacturing and transport.
Submittal for credit:
listing the retained elements and declaring that the credit requirements have been met.
Building Reuse %s and Points

40%=  1 point

60%=  1 point (in addition to MR 1.2)

Fixed items such as________ are included in this credit and count toward the percentage of reuse when they perform the same function.
such as walls and doors that are found on-site
Full-height wall systems ____ to be included in MR credits 1.2 and 1.3.
are
If there are built-in case goods that will be reused, they should be documented as well.
For Building Reuse Exemplary Performance (ID),  Maintain Interior Non-Structural Components, the credit calculation must be ____ or greater.
80%
For interior wall paritions and doors count the area of _______________.
both sides
For exterior and party walls count
only one side
don’t forget to include these in the tabulation
full-height demountable walls and doors that were re-hung in a new section of the wall.
Prior Condition
is the state the project space was in at the time it was selected.; Moving the demolition out of the project scope by making it the building owneer’s responsibility defeats the objective of this credit.
Prior Condition Area
is the total finished areas of finished ceiling, finished floors, full height walls and demountable partitions, interior doors and built-in case goods that existed when the project area was selected: exterior windows and exterior doors are not considered.
Completed Design Area
is the total finished area of finished ceilings, finished floors, full height walls and demountable paritions, interior doors and built-in case goods in the space when the project is completed: exterior windows and exterior doors are not considered.
Retained Components
are those portions of the finished ceilings, finished floor, full height walls and demountable paritions, interior doors and built-in case goods that existed in the prior condition and remained in the completed design.
Interior Non-Structural Components Reuse
is determined by dividing the area of retained components by the larger of the area of the prior condition or the area of the completed design.

MR 1.3

Building Reuse: Maintain Interior Non-structural Components

Maintain 60% by surface area of non-structural walls, flooring, ceiling, doors and millwork- use in original form and intent

 

PTS-2