Indoor Environmental Quality
To provide high quality indoor environmental conditions to promote occupant health, well-being, and productivity. This is achieved through both the reduction of the conditions that contribute to negative outcomes, and support for the conditions associated with increased health, comfort, and productivity.
|Indoor Environmental Quality Guidelines||New Buildings||Major Renovations|
|I.1 Low-Emitting Materials||Required||Required for Newly Installed Materials|
|I.2 Moisture and Water Control||Required||Required if Exterior Envelope is in Scope|
|I.4 Thermal Comfort||Required||Required|
|I.5 Lighting and Daylighting||Required||Required|
|I.6 Effective Acoustics||Required||Required|
|I.7 View Space and Window Access||Required||Required|
|I.8 Ergonomics and Physical Activity||Required||Required|
|I.9 Wayfinding and Universal Access||Required||Required|
General Indoor Environmental Quality information:
The following information is collected in the Indoor Environmental Quality Section of the B3 Guidelines Tracking Tool, under Section P.0:
- Indoor environmental quality strategies used, including narrative.
- Updated Indoor environmental quality strategies used, including narrative.
I.2 – ‘Glaser Calculation Analysis’ Training Session Slides (PDF)
I.2 – ‘Qualitative Moisture Assessment’ Training Session Slides (PDF)
I.2 – ‘Introduction to Hygrothermal Analysis’ Training Session Slides (PDF)
I.2 – ‘WUFI Pro Walk Through and Exercises’ Training Session Slides (PDF)
I.4 – ‘Thermal Bridge Concepts’ Training Session Slides (PDF)
I.4 – ‘Thermal Bridge Analysis’ Training Session Slides (PDF)
I.5 – ‘Design for Daylight Performance’ Training Session Slides (PDF)
I.6 – ‘Effective Acoustics’ Training Session Video (YouTube)