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BUILDING ENERGY ANALYSIS CHECKLISTS

 

The six bold titles below are links to checklists, for various project types.  These checklists list information that is typically required for energy analysis services.  Completing the checklist is optional; information may be conveyed to F.E.D. on the plans, on the checklist, by email notes, over the phone, or any combination thereof. 

For information about opening and printing these documents, see note at bottom of this page

 

 

 New Nonresidential Buildings, as well as addition-only projects and outdoor lighting projects (for projects with special indoor lighting needs, such as those with ample display lighting, see also Nonresidential Indoor Lighting checklist below for additional lighting information needs)

 


 

 High-Rise Residential (dwelling units in buildings that are 4 or more habitable stories above grade), Hotel/Motel, and Mixed-Use Occupancies

 


 

 Nonresidential Indoor Lighting (for retail and similar types of projects that use display type lighting, and for remodel projects where spaces will contain both existing and new light fixtures)

 


 

 Nonresidential Alterations, and Additions plus Alterations For addition-only projects, use the New Nonresidential Buildings checklist, above.

 

(for building remodels that will undergo major envelope alterations, consult with F.E.D. as to the appropriate compliance approach and required information for modeling.  For projects with special lighting needs, such as those with ample display lighting, and for remodel projects where spaces will contain both existing and new light fixtures, see also Nonresidential Indoor Lighting checklist above for additional lighting information needs)

 


 

 New Single-Family Residences, and Low-Rise Multi-Family Residential Buildings (dwelling units in buildings with 3 or fewer habitable stories above grade)

 


 

 Residential Additions & Alterations

 


 

 

These documents are in Acrobat PDF format.  To open the document within the web page, left-click on the title.  You can then print the file from within your web browser program.  If you wish to save any of these documents on a Windows computer, right-click on a title above, select “save target as”, then select the location (folder) on your computer that you would like to save the file to.

 

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