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Occupant feedback from nine buildings

Margarita Leventis

Occupant feedback from nine buildings

important factors for occupants in office design

by Margarita Leventis

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMargarita Leventis ; supervised by G.J. Levermore.
ContributionsLevermore, G. J., Building Engineering.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16826253M

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to evaluate the degree to which buildings enable users to fulfill their intended goals. A comprehensive POE method, one that includes assessments of occupant well-being and productivity, along with the evaluation of the building functions and operations, completes the feedback loop that is essential for theFile Size: KB.   See Exception 3 to IBC Section A space less than sf used for assembly purposes is Group B, or part of the occupancy to which it is accessory. Table provides occupant load factors, not occupancy classifications. As far as non-simultaneous occupancy, you can try to apply the exception to , though the means of egress.


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Occupant feedback from nine buildings by Margarita Leventis Download PDF EPUB FB2

To encourage occupant feedback, LEED-NC Version includes an opportunity to gain points for occupant feedback in the area of thermal comfort (which was added in October ). EQ Credit awards 1 point for “agree[ing] to implement a thermal-comfort survey of building occupants within a period of 6 to 18 months after occupancy.” The.

The aim of this paper is to present a sample of the use cases developed and describe the occupant feedback information flow observed in the office buildings.

The. occupant Occupant feedback from nine buildings book Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors.

occupant feedback articles below. NIST has collected fire drill evacuation data in 14 buildings (11 office buildings and 3 residential buildings) ranging from six to 62 stories in height that have included a range of stair widths and occupant densities.

A total of more than individual measurements are included in the data set. A summary of the data is shown below. The purpose of this paper is to propose a post-occupancy evaluation (POE) method focused on building maintenance and then to test it on two different sets of residential buildings.

The paper’s three main goals are: to obtain useful data for optimizing the buildings’ maintenance plans; to search for any correlation between the occupants’ characteristics and their expectations Cited by: 5.

Radiant systems are found in 42% of verified net zero energy buildings and when operated correctly, they generally deliver high performance in both energy efficiency and occupant satisfaction. The nine projects profiled in the report yielded several observations about how to ensure success with a radiant heating and/or cooling project, including.

Occupant feedback on indoor environmental quality in refurbished historic buildings. These buildings have the most unique ecstatic value from the viewpoint of architecture, culture, art, etc.

Although sustainability continues to grow as an industry-wide priority, post-occupancy evaluation (POE)—a critical step in the sustainable design process and an important tool in advancing high-performance building solutions—remains drastically underutilized.

Building occupants are an essential source of information on building performance and design effectiveness, yet. Occupant surveys are important tools to measure the performance of buildings. A paper analysing o survey responses to air quality and thermal comfort questions in buildings across US, Canada and Finland (C Huizenga, Abbaszadeh, Zagreus, & Arens, ), clearly indicated that only 11% of buildings had 80% or more satisfied occupants.

Exploring the relationship between Building occupant control levels and Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) in two Dublin public libraries. TABLE OF CONTENTS List of Figures. List of Tables. DECLARATION. Abstract.

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Introduction. Energy consumed in the building sector accounts for % of the total delivered energy consumed worldwide and is expected to increase by an average of % per year from to [].This impact is much higher in the U.S., where the building sector is estimated to account for approximately 40% of total U.S.

energy consumption [].Cited by: [F] Buildings 55 feet or more in height. An automatic sprinkler system shall be installed throughout buildings that have one or more stories with an occupant load of 30 or more located 55 feet (16 mm) or more above the lowest level of fire department vehicle access, measured to the finished floor.

The occupant load of a mezzanine or story with egress through a room, area or space on an adjacent level shall be added to the occupant load of that room, area or space.

#2 mtlogcabin, Mar 7, 1 person likes this. Introduction. In Australia there is a small but growing movement towards the design and construction of “green” ensure continued growth in the adoption of green building technologies it is important to ensure that customer needs are being addressed and that claims of performance are warranted; this means evaluating the performance and life-cycle costs of new Cited by: "An Office Building Occupant's Guide to Indoor Air Quality" - 4 - Management of Pollutant Sources, both Inside and Outside the Building.

The authors investigated the occupants’ perceptions of 47 commercial and institutional buildings worldwide. These investigations involved the personal distribution and collection of a questionnaire survey seeking the occupants' perceptions (scored on a 7-point scale) of some 45 factors: Operational; Environmental (including temperature, air quality, lighting, and noise); Cited by: The occupant load factor for apartments of a typical old high-rise residential building in Hong Kong was studied with interview survey.

Difficulties encountered in the study were discussed and suggestions to further investigations on similar studies on occupant load assessment were made. Statistical summaries of the surveyed occupant are. Occupancy prediction through Markov based feedback recurrent neural network (M -FRNN) algorithm with WiFi probe technology Wei Wang, City University if Hong Kong, LBNL Jaiyu Chen, City University if Hong Kong.

Tianzhen Hong, LBNL. Na Zhu, City University if Hong Kong. Energy Technologies Area. June Please cite DOI: /nv File Size: 1MB. The key to understanding what people experience in buildings is to ask them clear, unbiased questions.

The more abstract, enigmatic, or technical a question, the greater the variation in the answers. This is compounded by the fact that humans are emotional, diverse and perverse. This makes accurate surveying of building occupants tricky. tions on health, of climate change on health, of climate change on buildings, and of buildings on climate change, there is almost no literature on the intersection of climate change, indoor environmental quality (IEQ), and occupant health—and much of what little literature there is summarizes information on one or more of the above categories rather than offering original .Occupant Safety | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings Fitwel measures the health impact of a building based on how it promotes occupant safety, how it increases physical activity, and how it affects the health of the surrounding community.Fire areas.

Where buildings, or portions thereof, are divided into fire areas so as not to exceed the limits established for requiring a fire protection system in accordance with this chapter, such fire areas shall be separated by fire barriers constructed in accordance with Section of the International Building Code or horizontal assemblies constructed in accordance with .