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763 Atlantic Blvd COMM20-0012 16 of 26 ENERGY CALCULATIONSFlorida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017, Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option Check List Applications for compliance with the Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation shall include: This Checklist The full compliance report generated by the software that contains the project summary, compliance summary, certifications and detailed component compliance reports. The compliance report must include the full input report generated by the software as contigous part of the compliance report. Boxes appropriately checked in the Mandatory Section of the complaince report. EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 1 of 24 PROJECT SUMMARY Short Desc:CURALEAF Description:CURALEAF ATLANTIC BEACH Owner: Address1:763 ATLANTIC BEACH BLVD.City:ATLANTIC BEACH Address2:UNIT 1 State:FLORIDA Zip:32233 Type:Retail Class:Renovation to existing building Jurisdiction:ATLANTIC BEACH, DUVAL COUNTY, FL (261100) Conditioned Area:2585 SF Conditioned & UnConditioned Area:2585 SF No of Stories:1 Area entered from Plans 2585 SF Permit No:0 Max Tonnage 5 If different, write in:______________________ EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 2 of 24 ResultCriteriaDesignComponent Compliance Summary Gross Energy Cost (in $) 2,560.0 2,998.0 PASSED LIGHTING CONTROLS PASSES EXTERNAL LIGHTING PASSES HVAC SYSTEM PASSES PLANT No Entry WATER HEATING SYSTEMS PASSES PIPING SYSTEMS No Entry Met all required compliance from Check List?Yes/No/NA IMPORTANT MESSAGE Info 5009 -- -- -- An input report of this design building must be submitted along with this Compliance Report EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 3 of 24 CERTIFICATIONS I hereby certify that the plans and specifications covered by this calculation are in compliance with the Florida Energy Code Prepared By:FARSHAD ANTIKCHI Building Official:__________________ Date:_________________Date:__________________ I certify that this building is in compliance with the FLorida Energy Efficiency Code Owner Agent:__________________Date:__________________ If Required by Florida law, I hereby certify (*) that the system design is in compliance with the Florida Energy Efficiency Code Architect:__________________Reg No:__________________ Electrical Designer:MOHSEN FARAJI Reg No:43599 Lighting Designer:MOHSEN FARAJI Reg No:43599 Mechanical Designer:FARSHAD ANTIKCHI Reg No:72998 Plumbing Designer:FARSHAD ANTIKCHI Reg No:72998 (*) Signature is required where Florida Law requires design to be performed by registered design professionals. Typed names and registration numbers may be used where all relevant information is contained on signed/sealed plans. EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 4 of 24 Project: CURALEAF Title: CURALEAF ATLANTIC BEACH Type: Retail (WEA File: FL_JACKSONVILLE_INTL_ARPT.tm3) 1) Proposed 2) Baseline Total 167.10 $2,560 230.20 $3,527 ELECTRICITY(MBtu/kWh/$)167.10 48954 $2,560 230.20 67442 $3,527 AREA LIGHTS 44.20 12938 $677 74.80 21927 $1,147 MISC EQUIPMT 37.20 10907 $570 37.20 10907 $570 PUMPS & MISC 0.10 31 $2 0.20 58 $3 SPACE COOL 47.10 13806 $722 57.70 16896 $884 SPACE HEAT 0.90 258 $13 4.10 1191 $62 VENT FANS 37.60 11014 $576 56.20 16463 $861 Building End Uses Credits Applied: None Passing Criteria = 2998 Design (including any credits) = 2560 Passing requires Proposed Building cost to be at most 85% of Baseline cost. This Proposed Building is at 72.6% PASSES EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 5 of 24 Project: CURALEAF Title: CURALEAF ATLANTIC BEACH Type: Retail (WEA File: FL_JACKSONVILLE_INTL_ARPT.tm3) CLP (W) Area or Length or No. of Units (Sqft or ft) Allowance (W/Unit) CategoryDescription External Lighting Compliance ELPA (W) Tradable? Ext Light 1 Main entries 30.00 100.0 198 3,000Yes Tradable Surfaces: 198 (W) Allowance for Tradable: 3750 (W) All External Lighting: 198 (W) Complicance check includes a excess/Base allowance of 750.00(W) PASSES Project: CURALEAF Title: CURALEAF ATLANTIC BEACH Type: Retail (WEA File: FL_JACKSONVILLE_INTL_ARPT.tm3) ComplianceDesign CP Min CP DescriptionAcronym Lighting Controls Compliance Ashrae ID Area (sq.ft) 25,001 Sales Area 1,325 1 11 PASSESZONE 1 25,001 Sales Area 1,212 1 10 PASSESZONE 2 1 Electrical Mechanical Equipment Room - General 48 1 1 PASSESZONE 3 PASSES EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 6 of 24 Project: CURALEAF Title: CURALEAF ATLANTIC BEACH Type: Retail (WEA File: FL_JACKSONVILLE_INTL_ARPT.tm3) System Report Compliance ZONE-1 EXISTING RTU-1 Constant Volume Packaged System Component Category Capacity Design Eff Eff Criteria Design IPLV IPLV Criteria Comp- liance No. of Units 1 Cooling System Air Conditioners Air Cooled 0 to 65000 Btu/h Cooling Capacity 60000 14.00 14.00 13.00 PASSES Heating System Electric Furnace 34120 1.00 1.00 PASSES Air Handling System -Supply Air Handler (Supply) - Constant Volume 2000 0.80 0.82 PASSES ZONE 3 WALL MOUNTED IU-1 Constant Volume Air Cooled Split System < 65000 Btu/hr Component Category Capacity Design Eff Eff Criteria Design IPLV IPLV Criteria Comp- liance No. of Units 1 Cooling System Air Conditioners Air Cooled Split System < 65000 Btu/h Cooling Capacity 9000 19.40 13.00 13.00 PASSES Heating System Heat Pumps Air Cooled (Heating Mode) Split System < 65000 Btu/h Cooling Capacity 2831 9.00 8.20 PASSES Air Handling System -Supply Air Handler (Supply) - Constant Volume 170 0.80 0.82 PASSES ZONE 2 RTU-2 Constant Volume Air Cooled Single Package System < 65000 Btu/hr Component Category Capacity Design Eff Eff Criteria Design IPLV IPLV Criteria Comp- liance No. of Units 1 Cooling System Air Conditioners Air Cooled Single Pkg < 65000 Btu/h Cooling Capacity 36000 14.00 14.00 13.00 PASSES Heating System Electric Furnace 27296 1.00 1.00 PASSES Air Handling System -Supply Air Handler (Supply) - Constant Volume 1200 0.80 0.82 PASSES PASSES EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 7 of 24 Comp liance CategoryMin IPLV Min Eff Design IPLV Design Eff SizeInstalled No Description Plant Compliance None Project: CURALEAF Title: CURALEAF ATLANTIC BEACH Type: Retail (WEA File: FL_JACKSONVILLE_INTL_ARPT.tm3) Comp liance Design Loss Design Eff Max Loss Min EffCategoryTypeDescription Water Heater Compliance EWH-1 Electric water heater <= 12 [kW] 0.93 95.00 PASSES PASSES Piping System Compliance Category Pipe Dia [inches] Ins Cond [Btu-in/hr .SF.F] Operating Temp [F] Is Runout? Ins Thick [in] Compl- iance Req Ins Thick [in] None EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 8 of 24 Topic Section Component Description Yes N/A Exempt Mandatory Requirements (as applicable)Mandatory requirements compiled by US Department of Energy and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Adopted with permission 1. To be checked by Designer or Engineer Insulation C303.2 Envelope Below-grade wall insulation installed per manufacturer's instructions. Insulation C303.2 Envelope Slab edge insulation installed per manufacturer's instructions. Insulation C303.2 Envelope Above-grade wall insulation installed per manufacturer's instructions. Insulation C402.3 Envelope High-albedo roofs satisfy one of the following: 3-year-aged solar reflectance >= 0.55 and thermal emittance >= 0.75 or 3-year-aged solar reflectance index >= 64.0. Fenestration C402.4.4 Envelope U-factor of opaque doors associated with the building thermal envelope meets requirements. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.12.1 Mechanical HVAC fan systems at design conditions do not exceed allowable fan system motor nameplate hp or fan system bhp. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.12.2 Mechanical HVAC fan motors not oversized beyond allowable limits. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.3(8) Table Mechanical Heat Rejection Equipment: Minimum Efficiency Requirement meet those listed in Table C403.2.3(8) HVAC C403.2.7 Mechanical Exhaust air energy recovery on systems meeting Table C403.2.7(1) and C403.2.7(2). SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.3 Mechanical Air economizers provided where required, meet the requirements for design capacity, control signal, ventilation controls, high-limit shut-off, integrated economizer control, and provide a means to relieve excess outside air during operation. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.3.2 Mechanical Economizer operation will not increase heating energy use during normal operation. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.3.4, C403.3.4.1, C403.3.4.2, C403.3.1 Mechanical Water economizers provided where required , meet the requirements for design capacity, maximum pressure drop and integrated economizer control. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.2.1 Mechanical Three-pipe hydronic systems using a common return for hot and chilled water are not used. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.2.3.1 Mechanical Hydronic heat pump systems connected to a common water loop meet heat rejection and heat addition requirements. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.3.4 Mechanical Open-circuit cooling towers having water cooled chiller systems and multiple or vairable speed condenser pumps, are designed so that tower cells can run in parallel with larger of flow crtieria. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.2 Mechanical Service water heating equipment meets efficiency requirements. Wattage C405.3 Interior Lighting Exit signs do not exceed 5 watts per face. 2. To be checked by Plan Reviewer Plan Review C103.2 Envelope Plans and/or specifications provide all information with which compliance can be determined for the building envelope and document where exceptions to the standard are claimed. EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 9 of 24 Plan Review C103.2 Mechanical Plans, specifications, and/or calculations provide all information with which compliance can be determined for the mechanical systems and equipment and document where exceptions to the standard are claimed. Load calculations per acceptable engineering st Plan Review C103.2 Mechanical Plans, specifications, and/or calculations provide all information with which compliance can be determined for the service water heating systems and equipment and document where exceptions to the standard are claimed. Hot water system sized per manufact Plan Review C103.2 Interior Lighting Plans, specifications, and/or calculations provide all information with which compliance can be determined for the interior lighting and electrical systems and equipment and document where exceptions to the standard are claimed. Information provided shoul Plan Review C103.2 Exterior Lighting Plans, specifications, and/or calculations provide all information with which compliance can be determined for the exterior lighting and electrical systems and equipment and document where exceptions to the standard are claimed. Information provided shoul Insulation C402.2.5 Envelope Slab edge insulation depth/length. Slab insulation extending away from building is covered by pavement or >= 10 inches of soil. Insulation C402.2.6 Project Radiant heating systems panels insulated to >=R-3.5 on face opposite space being heated. HVAC C402.2.6 Mechanical Thermally ineffective panel surfaces of sensible heating panels have insulation >= R-3.5. Insulation C402.2.6 Envelope Radiant panels and associated components, designed for heat transfer from the panel surfaces to the occupants or indoor space are insulated with a minimum of R-3.5. Air Leakage C402.5.7 Envelope Vestibules are installed on all building entrances . Doors have self-closing devices. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.12.3 Mechanical Fans have efficiency grade (FEG) >= 67. The total efficiency of the fan at the design point of operation <= 15% of maximum total efficiency of the fan. HVAC C403.2.13 Mechanical Unenclosed spaces that are heated use only radiant heat. HVAC C403.2.4.2 Mechanical Each zone equipped with setback controls using automatic time clock or programmable control system. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.4.4 Mechanical Zone isolation devices and controls installed where applicable. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.4.7 Mechanical Fault detection and diagnostics installed with air-cooled unitary DX units having economizers. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.5 Mechanical Hot water boilers supplying heat via one- or two-pipe systems include outdoor setback control. HVAC C403.2.6.1 Mechanical Demand control ventilation provided for spaces >500 ft2 and >25 people/1000 ft2 occupant density and served by systems with air side economizer, auto modulating outside air damper control, or design airflow >3,000 cfm. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.1.1 Mechanical Hydronic and multizone HVAC system controls areVAV fans driven by mechanical or electrical variable speed drive per Table C 403.4.1.1. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.1.3 Mechanical Reset static pressure setpoint for DDC controlled VAV boxes reporting to central controller based on the zones requiring the most pressure. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.2 Mechanical Temperature reset by representative building loads in pumping systems for chiller and boiler systems >500,000 Btu/h. EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 10 of 24 SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.2.3.2.1 Mechanical Closed-circuit cooling tower within heat pump loop have either automatic bypass valve or lower leakage positive closure dampers. Open-circuit tower within heat pump loop have automatic valve to bypass all heat pump water flow around the tower. Open- or cl SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.2.4 Mechanical Hydronic systems greater than 500,000 Btu/h designed for variable fluid flow. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.2.5 Mechanical System turndown requirement met through multiple single-input boilers, one or more modulating boilers, or a combination of single-input and modulating boilers. Boiler input between 1.0 MBtu/h and 5 MBtu/h has 3:1 turndown ratio, boiler input between 5.0 SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.2.6 Mechanical Chilled water plants with multiple chillers have capability to reduce flow automatically through the chiller plant when a chiller is shut down. Boiler plants with multiple boilers have the capability to reduce flow automatically through the boiler plant SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.3, C403.4.3.2 Mechanical Fan systems with motors >=7.5 hp associated with heat rejection equipment to have capability to operate at 2/3 of full-speed and auto speed controls to control the leaving fluid temperature or condensing temp/pressure of heat rejection device. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.4.5 Mechanical Multiple zone HVAC systems have supply air temperature reset controls. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.4.6 Mechanical Multiple zone VAV systems with DDC of individual zone boxes have static pressure setpoint reset controls. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.2.1 Mechanical Gas-fired water-heating equipment installed in new buildings: where a singular piece of water-heating equipment >= 1,000 kBtu/h serves the entire building, thermal efficiency >= 90 Et. Where multiple pieces of water-heating equipment serve the building wi SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.4 Mechanical All piping insulated in accordance with section details and Table C403.2.10. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.5, C404.5.1, C404.5.2 Mechanical Heated water supply piping conforms to pipe length and volume requirements. Refer to section details. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.6.3 Mechanical Pumps that circulate water between a heater and storage tank have controls that limit operation from startup to <= 5 minutes after end of heating cycle. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.7 Mechanical Water distribution system that pumps water from a heated-water supply pipe back to the heated-water source through a cold-water supply pipe is a demand recirculation water system. Pumps within this system have controls that start the pump upon receiving Wattage C405.5.1 Exterior Lighting Exterior lighting power is consistent with what is shown on the approved lighting plans, demonstrating proposed watts are less than or equal to allowed watts. Plan Review C405.6 Project Group R-2 dwelling units have separate electrical meters. Plan Review C406 Project Plans, specifications, and/or calculations provide all information with which compliance can be determined for the additional energy efficiency package options. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C408.2.2.2 Mechanical HVAC hydronic heating and cooling coils have means to balance and have pressure test connections. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C408.2.2.2 Mechanical HVAC hydronic heating and cooling coils have means to balance and have pressure test connections. EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 11 of 24 3. To be checked by Inspector Insulation C303.1 Envelope Roof insulation installed per manufacturer’s instructions. Blown or poured loose-fill insulation is installed only where the roof slope is <=3 in 12. Insulation C303.1 Envelope Building envelope insulation is labeled with R-value or insulation certificate providing R-value and other relevant data. Fenestration C303.1.3 Envelope Fenestration products rated in accordance with NFRC. Fenestration C303.1.3 Envelope Fenestration products are certified as to performance labels or certificates provided. Insulation C303.2, C402.2.4 Envelope Floor insulation installed per manufacturer's instructions. Cavity or structural slab insulation installed in permanent contact with underside of decking or structural slabs. Insulation C303.2.1 Envelope Exterior insulation protected against damage, sunlight, moisture, wind, landscaping and equipment maintenance activities. Insulation C303.2.1 Envelope Exterior insulation is protected from damage with a protective material. Verification for exposed foundation insulation may need to occur during Foundation Inspection. Insulation C402.1.3 Envelope Non-swinging opaque doors have R-4.75 insulation. Insulation C402.2.2 Envelope Skylight curbs are insulated to the level of roofs with insulation above deck or R-5. Insulation C402.2.2 Envelope Insulation intended to meet the roof insulation requirements cannot be installed on top of a suspended ceiling. Mark this requirement compliant if insulation is installed accordingly. Air Leakage C402.5 Envelope Building envelope contains a continuous air barrier that has been tested and deemed to limit air leakage <= 0.40 cfm/ft2. Air Leakage C402.5.1 Envelope The building envelope contains a continuous air barrier that is sealed in an approved manner and either constructed or tested in an approved manner. Air barrier penetrations are sealed in an approved manner. Air Leakage C402.5.1.1 Envelope All sources of air leakage in the building thermal envelope are sealed, caulked, gasketed, weather stripped or wrapped with moisture vapor-permeable wrapping material to minimize air leakage. Air Leakage C402.5.1.2.1 Envelope The building envelope contains a continuous air barrier that is sealed in an approved manner and material permeability <= 0.004 cfm/ft2. Air barrier penetrations are sealed in an approved manner. Air Leakage C402.5.1.2.2 Envelope The building envelope contains a continuous air barrier that is sealed in an approved manner and average assembly air leakage <= 0.04 cfm/ft2. Air barrier penetrations are sealed in an approved manner. Air Leakage C402.5.2, C402.5.4 Envelope Factory-built fenestration and doors are labeled as meeting air leakage requirements. Air Leakage C402.5.3 Envelope Where open combustion air ducts provide combustion air to open combustion fuel burning appliances, the appliances and combustion air opening are located outside the building thermal envelope or enclosed in a room, isolated from inside the thermal envelope Air Leakage C402.5.5, C403.2.4.3 Envelope Stair and elevator shaft vents have motorized dampers that automatically close. Air Leakage C402.5.5, C403.2.4.3 Envelope Outdoor air and exhaust systems have motorized dampers that automatically shut when not in use and meet maximum leakage rates. Check gravity dampers where allowed. Air Leakage C402.5.6 Envelope Weatherseals installed on all loading dock cargo doors. EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 12 of 24 Air Leakage C402.5.8 Envelope Recessed luminaires in thermal envelope to limit infiltration and be IC rated and labeled. Seal between interior finish and luminaire housing. HVAC C403.2.1 Mechanical HVAC systems and equipment design loads calculated in accordance with ANSI/ASHRAE/ACCA Standard 183 or by an approved equivalent computational procedure SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.10 Mechanical HVAC piping insulation thickness . Where piping is installed in or under a slab, verification may need to occur during Foundation Inspection. HVAC C403.2.3 Mechanical HVAC equipment efficiency verified. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.3 Mechanical PTAC and PTHP with sleeves 16 in. by 42 in. labeled for replacement only as per Footnote b to Table C403.2.3(3). SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.4.1 Mechanical Heating and cooling to each zone is controlled by a thermostat control. Minimum one humidity control device per installed humidification/dehumidification system. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.4.1.1 Mechanical Heat pump controls prevent supplemental electric resistance heat from coming on when not needed. HVAC C403.2.4.1.2 Mechanical Thermostatic controls have a 5 °F deadband. HVAC C403.2.4.1.2 Mechanical Thermostatic controls have a 5 °F deadband. HVAC C403.2.4.1.3 Mechanical Temperature controls have setpoint overlap restrictions. HVAC C403.2.4.2.1, C403.2.4.2.2 Mechanical Automatic Controls: Setback to 55°F (heat) and 85°F (cool); 7-day clock, 2-hour occupant override, 10-hour backup SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.4.2.3 Mechanical Systems include optimum start controls. HVAC C403.2.4.5, C403.2.4.6 Mechanical Snow/ice melting system sensors for future connection to controls. Freeze protection systems have automatic controls installed. HVAC C403.2.6.2 Mechanical Enclosed parking garage ventilation has automatic contaminant detection and capacity to stage or modulate fans to 50% or less of design capacity. HVAC C403.2.9 Mechanical HVAC ducts and plenums insulated . Where ducts or plenums are installed in or under a slab, verification may need to occur during Foundation Inspection. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.2.9.1.3 Mechanical Ductwork operating >3 in. water column requires air leakage testing. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.1.2 Mechanical VAV fans have static pressure sensors located so controller setpoint <=1.2 w.c.. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.2.2 Mechanical Two-pipe hydronic systems using a common distribution system have controls to allow a deadband >=15ºF, allow operation in one mode for at least 4 hrs before changeover, and have rest controls to limit heating and cooling supply temperature to <=30 ºF. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.2.3.3 Mechanical Two-position automatic valve interlocked to shut off water flow when hydronic heat pump with pumping system >10 hp is off. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.4.5, C403.4.4.5.1-4 Mechanical Zone controls can limit simultaneous heating and cooling and sequence heating and cooling to each zone. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.5 Mechanical Condenser heat recovery system that can heat water to 85ºF or provide 60% of peak heat rejection is installed for preheating of service hot water. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C403.4.6 Mechanical Hot gas bypass limited to: <=240 kBtu/h - 50% capacity, >240 kBtu/h - 25% capacity SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.3 Mechanical Heat traps installed on non-circulating storage water tanks. EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 13 of 24 SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.3 Mechanical Heat traps installed on supply and discharge piping of non-circulating systems. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.3 Mechanical Heat traps installed on supply and discharge piping of non-circulating systems. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.6.1 Mechanical Controls are installed that limit the operation of a recirculation pump installed to maintain temperature of a storage tank. System return pipe is a dedicated return pipe or a cold water supply pipe. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.6.1, C404.6.2 Mechanical Automatic time switches installed to automatically switch off the recirculating hot -water system or heat trace. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.9.1 Mechanical Pool heaters are equipped with on/off switch and no continuously burning pilot light. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.9.2 Mechanical Time switches are installed on all pool heaters and pumps. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.9.2 Mechanical Time switches are installed on all pool heaters and pumps. SYSTEM_SPECIFIC C404.9.3 Mechanical Vapor retardant pool covers are provided for heated pools and permanently installed spas. Controls C405.2.1 Interior Lighting Lighting controls installed to uniformly reduce the lighting load by at least 50%. Controls C405.2.1 Interior Lighting Occupancy sensors installed in required spaces. Controls C405.2.1, C405.2.2.3 Interior Lighting Independent lighting controls installed per approved lighting plans and all manual controls readily accessible and visible to occupants. Controls C405.2.2.1 Interior Lighting Automatic controls to shut off all building lighting installed in all buildings. Controls C405.2.3 Interior Lighting Daylight zones provided with individual controls that control the lights independent of general area lighting. Controls C405.2.3, C405.2.3.1, C405.2.3.2 Interior Lighting Primary sidelighted areas are equipped with required lighting controls. Controls C405.2.3, C405.2.3.1, C405.2.3.3 Interior Lighting Enclosed spaces with daylight area under skylights and rooftop monitors are equipped with required lighting controls. Controls C405.2.4 Interior Lighting Separate lighting control devices for specific uses installed per approved lighting plans. Wattage C405.2.4 Interior Lighting Additional interior lighting power allowed for special functions per the approved lighting plans and is automatically controlled and separated from general lighting. Controls C405.2.5 Exterior Lighting Automatic lighting controls for exterior lighting installed. Controls will be daylight controlled, set based on business operation time-of-day, or reduce connected lighting > 30%. Wattage C405.4.1 Interior Lighting Interior installed lamp and fixture lighting power is consistent with what is shown on the approved lighting plans, demonstrating proposed watts are less than or equal to allowed watts. Mandatory Additional Efficiency PackageC406.4 Project Enhanced digital lighting controls efficiency package: Interior lighting has following enhanced lighting controls in accordance with Section C405.2.2: Luminaires capable of continuous dimming and being addressed individually, <= 8 luminaires controlled in Mandatory Additional Efficiency PackageC406.6 Project Dedicate outdoor air system efficiency package : Buildings with hydronic and/or multiple-zone HVAC systems are equipped with an independent ventilation system designed to provide >= 100-percent outdoor air to each individual occupied space, as specified by EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 14 of 24 Mandatory Additional Efficiency PackageC406.7, C406.7.1 Project Enhanced Service Water Heat System efficiency package. One of the following SWH system enhancements must satisfy 60 percent of hot water requirements, or 100 percent if the building otherwise complies with heat recovery per Section C403.4.5: Waste heat re HVAC C408.2.2.1 Mechanical Air outlets and zone terminal devices have means for air balancing. HVAC C408.2.2.1 Mechanical Air outlets and zone terminal devices have means for air balancing. Testing C408.2.3.2 Mechanical HVAC control systems have been tested to ensure proper operation, calibration and adjustment of controls. 4. To be checked by Inspector at Project Completion and Prior to Issuance of Certificate of Occupancy Post Construction C303.3, C408.2.5.2 Interior Lighting Furnished O&M instructions for systems and equipment to the building owner or designated representative. Post Construction C303.3, C408.2.5.3 Mechanical Furnished O&M manuals for HVAC systems within 90 days of system acceptance. Fenestration C402.4.2.2 Envelope Skylights in office, storage, automotive service, manufacturing, non-refrigerated warehouse, retail store, and distribution/sorting area have a measured haze value > 90 percent unless designed to exclude direct sunlight. Post Construction C408.2.1 Mechanical Commissioning plan developed by registered design professional or approved agency. Post Construction C408.2.3.1 Mechanical HVAC equipment has been tested to ensure proper operation. Post Construction C408.2.3.3 Mechanical Economizers have been tested to ensure proper operation. Post Construction C408.2.4 Mechanical Preliminary commissioning report completed and certified by registered design professional or approved agency. Post Construction C408.2.5.1 Mechanical Furnished HVAC as-built drawings submitted within 90 days of system acceptance. Post Construction C408.2.5.1 Interior Lighting Furnished as-built drawings for electric power systems within 90 days of system acceptance. Post Construction C408.2.5.3 Mechanical An air and/or hydronic system balancing report is provided for HVAC systems. Post Construction C408.2.5.4 Mechanical Final commissioning report due to building owner within 90 days of receipt of certificate of occupancy. Post Construction C408.3 Interior Lighting Lighting systems have been tested to ensure proper calibration, adjustment, programming, and operation. EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 15 of 24 Input Data Report Renovation to existing buildingRetail 32233FLORIDA763 ATLANTIC BEACH BLVD. CURALEAF ATLANTIC BEACHCURALEAFProject Title: Project Information Building Classification:Building Type: Zip:State: Owner: Address: Project Name: 2,585 None 1 GrossArea (SF): Bldg. Rotation: No.of Stories: Type DescriptionAcronym Zones Area [sf] Multi Total Area [sf] No ZONE 1 OPEN RETAIL/ CONSULT/MANAGER OFFICE CONDITIONED 1324.9 1 1324.9 1 ZONE 2 RETAIL COUNTER/VAULT/BRE AK ROOM/BOH CONDITIONED 1211.8 1 1211.8 2 ZONE 3 IT ROOM CONDITIONED 48.0 1 48.0 3 Width [ft] Depth [ft] Description Spaces Acronym Height [ft] No Mult Total Area [sf] Total Vol[cf] Type ZONE 1In Zone: OPEN RETAIL/ CONSULT/MANAGER OFFICE 21.37 62.00 12.00 ZONE 1 1 1324.9 15899.3Sales Area 1 ZONE 2In Zone: RETAIL COUNTER/VAULT/BR EAK ROOM/BOH 22.44 54.00 12.00 ZONE 2 1 1211.8 14541.1Sales Area 1 ZONE 3In Zone: IT ROOM 6.00 8.00 12.00 ZONE 3 1 48.0 576.0Electrical Mechanical Equipment Room - General 1 EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 16 of 24 Control TypePower [W] Type Lighting No.of Ctrl pts No Category No. of Luminaires Watts per Luminaire In Zone: ZONE 1 In Space: ZONE 1 1 LED 312 Occupancy sensor with Daylighting On/Off 4General Lighting 8 39 2 LED 546 Manual On/Off 1General Lighting 14 39 3 LED 70 Manual On/Off 1General Lighting 7 10 4 LED 160 Manual On/Off 1General Lighting 4 40 5 LED 150 Manual On/Off 4General Lighting 3 50 In Zone: ZONE 2 In Space: ZONE 2 1 LED 234 Occupancy sensor without Daylighting 1General Lighting 6 39 2 LED 234 Occupancy sensor without Daylighting 1General Lighting 6 39 3 LED 100 Occupancy sensor with Daylighting On/Off 1General Lighting 2 50 4 LED 192 Occupancy sensor without Daylighting 3General Lighting 6 32 5 LED 195 Manual On/Off 3General Lighting 5 39 6 Compact Fluorescent 180 Manual On/Off 1General Lighting 12 15 In Zone: ZONE 3 In Space: ZONE 3 1 LED 39 Manual On/Off 1General Lighting 1 39 EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 17 of 24 Orient ation No Walls (Walls will be rotated clockwise by building rotation value) Description Width [ft] H (Effec) [ft] Multi plier Area [sf] Cond- uctance [Btu/h.sf.F] Dens. [lb/cf] Heat Capacity [Btu/sf.F] R-Value [h.sf.F/Btu] Type In Zone: ZONE 1 1 62.00 12.00 1 744.0 0.1023 8.831 45.68 9.8EXISTING CMU WALL, STUCCO, INSULATION, GYP BOARD SouthEXISTING WALL 2 8.00 12.00 1 96.0 0.1023 8.831 45.68 9.8EXISTING CMU WALL, STUCCO, INSULATION, GYP BOARD EastEXISTING WALL 3 11.00 12.00 1 132.0 0.1023 8.831 45.68 9.8EXISTING CMU WALL, STUCCO, INSULATION, GYP BOARD WestEXISTING WALL In Zone: ZONE 2 1 5.00 12.00 1 60.0 0.1023 8.831 45.68 9.8EXISTING CMU WALL, STUCCO, INSULATION, GYP BOARD EastEXISTING WALL 2 54.00 12.00 1 648.0 0.1023 8.831 45.68 9.8EXISTING CMU WALL, STUCCO, INSULATION, GYP BOARD NorthEXISTING WALL 3 31.00 12.00 1 372.0 0.1023 8.831 45.68 9.8EXISTING CMU WALL, STUCCO, INSULATION, GYP BOARD WestEXISTING WALL In Zone: ZONE 3 1 8.00 12.00 1 96.0 0.1023 8.831 45.68 9.8EXISTING CMU WALL, STUCCO, INSULATION, GYP BOARD NorthEXISITING EXTERIOR WALL No UOrientation Windows (Windows will be rotated clockwise by building rotation value) Description [Btu/hr sf F] SHGCShaded Vis.Tra W [ft] H (Effec) [ft] Multi plier [sf] Total Area ZONE 1In Zone: SOUTHIn Wall: 1 STOREFRONT South 0.6000 0.42 0.39 30.00 5.00 1 150.0No 2 DOOR South 0.6000 0.42 0.39 6.00 7.00 1 42.0No EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 18 of 24 Doors No Description Area [sf] Multi plier H (Effec) [ft] Width [ft] Shade?Cond. [Btu/h.sf.F] Dens. [lb/cf] Ht Cap. [Btu/sf. F] R [h.sf.F/ Btu] Type In Zone: ZONE 2 In Wall: WEST 21.0 1 7.00 3.00 DOOR 1 0.3504 0.00 0.00 2.85 Solid core flush (2.25) No Roofs No Description Width [ft] Tilt [deg] Area [sf] Multi plier H (Effec) [ft] Type Cond. [Btu/h.Sf. F] Dens. [lb/cf] Heat Cap [Btu/sf. F] R-Value [h.sf.F/Btu In Zone: ZONE 1 1 EXIST. PRE-FAB METAL JOIST & ROOF DECK 62.00 21.37 1 1324.9 0.00 0.0384 26.0 4.32 0.86 EXISTING PRE-FAB METAL JOIST & ROOF DECK In Zone: ZONE 2 1 EXIST. PRE-FAB METAL JOIST & ROOF DECK 54.00 22.44 1 1211.8 0.00 0.0384 26.0 4.32 0.86 EXISTING PRE-FAB METAL JOIST & ROOF DECK In Zone: ZONE 3 1 EXIST. PRE-FAB METAL JOIST & ROOF DECK 8.00 6.00 1 48.0 0.00 0.0384 26.0 4.32 0.86 EXISTING PRE-FAB METAL JOIST & ROOF DECK UType DescriptionNo Skylights SHGC [Btu/hr sf F] Vis.Trans W [ft] H (Effec) [ft] Area [Sf] Multi- plier Total Area [Sf] In Zone: In Roof: EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 19 of 24 Floors No Description Area [sf] Multi plier H (Effec) [ft] Width [ft] Type Cond. [Btu/h.sf.F Dens. [lb/cf] Heat Cap. [Btu/sf. F] R-Value [h.sf.F/Btu In Zone: ZONE 1 1 EXISTING 4" CONC. SLAB 62.00 1324.9 1 21.37 EXISTING 4" CONC. SLAB, 10MIL VISQUEEN VAPOR OVER TERMITED COMPACTED 0.2631 27.60 103.50 3.80 In Zone: ZONE 2 1 EXISTING 4" CONC. SLAB 54.00 1211.8 1 22.44 EXISTING 4" CONC. SLAB, 10MIL VISQUEEN VAPOR OVER TERMITED COMPACTED 0.2631 27.60 103.50 3.80 In Zone: ZONE 3 1 EXISTING 4" CONC. SLAB 8.00 48.0 1 6.00 EXISTING 4" CONC. SLAB, 10MIL VISQUEEN VAPOR OVER TERMITED COMPACTED 0.2631 27.60 103.50 3.80 EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 20 of 24 Systems ZONE-1 EXISTING RTU-1 Constant Volume Packaged System Component Category Capacity Efficiency IPLV 1 No. Of Units 1 Cooling System 60000.00 14.00 13.00 2 Heating System 34120.00 1.00 3 Air Handling System -Supply 2000.00 0.80 ZONE 3 WALL MOUNTED IU-1 Constant Volume Air Cooled Split System < 65000 Btu/hr Component Category Capacity Efficiency IPLV 1 No. Of Units 1 Cooling System 9000.00 19.40 13.00 2 Heating System 2831.00 9.00 3 Air Handling System -Supply 170.00 0.80 ZONE 2 RTU-2 Constant Volume Air Cooled Single Package System < 65000 Btu/hr Component Category Capacity Efficiency IPLV 1 No. Of Units 1 Cooling System 36000.00 14.00 13.00 2 Heating System 27296.00 1.00 3 Air Handling System -Supply 1200.00 0.80 Eff.Inst.NoSizeCategory Equipment IPLV Plant LossEfficiencyI/P Rt.Cap.UnitCapacityW-Heater Description Water Heaters 1 Electric water heater 30 [Gal] 5 [kW] 95.0000 [Ef][Btu/h] EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 21 of 24 WattageArea/Len/NoCategory Description [sf/ft/No][W] Ext-Lighting No. of Lumin- aires Watts per Lumin- aire Control Type 1 Ext Light 1 Main entries 100.00 198.00 3 66 Photo Sensor control Insulation Thickness [in] Nomonal pipe Diameter [in] Insulation Conductivity [ Btu-in/h.sf.F] Operating Temp [F] Type Piping Is Runout?No VLTSHGCGlass Conductance [Btu/h.sf.F] No. of Panes Glass Type Fenestration Used Name User Defined 2 0.6000 0.4200 0.3900 ASHULDblTntW d-Vy-Fg frm EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 22 of 24 RValue [h.sf.F/Btu] Sp. Heat [Btu/lb.F] Density [lb/cf] Cond- uctivity [Btu/h.ft.F Thick [ft]DescriptionAcronymMat No Materials Used Only R-Value Used 187 Matl187 GYP OR PLAS BOARD,1/2IN 0.0417 0.0920 50.00 0.2000 0.4533 No 178 Matl178 CARPET W/RUBBER PAD 1.2300 Yes 265 Matl265 Soil, 1 ft 1.0000 0.5000 100.00 0.2000 2.0000 No 279 Matl279 Solid core flush (2.25") 2.8537 Yes 11 Matl11 2 in. Insulation 0.1670 0.0250 2.00 0.2000 6.6800 No 94 Matl94 BUILT-UP ROOFING, 3/8IN 0.0313 0.0930 70.00 0.3500 0.3366 No 407 Matl407 R-19 Generic Insulation 0.4147 0.0218 0.30 0.2000 19.0000 No 414 Matl414 R-8 generic Insulatrion 0.1746 0.0218 0.30 0.2000 8.0000 No 1001 ApLbMat1001 1 in. Stucco 0.0833 0.4000 16.00 0.2000 0.2082 No 1002 ApLbMat1002 8 in. Heavyweight concrete block 0.6670 0.6000 61.00 0.2000 1.1117 No 1003 ApLbMat1003 CONC BLK HW-4IN-CONC 0.3333 0.5840 114.00 0.2000 0.5707 No EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 23 of 24 Constructs Used 1055 EXISTING CMU WALL, STUCCO, INSULATION, GYP BOARD 0.10 8.83 45.68 9.8 No Name Conductance [Btu/h.sf.F] Heat Cap [Btu/sf.F] Density [lb/cf] RValue [h.sf.F/Btu] Layer Material No. Material Thickness [ft] Framing Factor No Simple Construct No Massless Construct 1 1001 1 in. Stucco 0.0833 0.000 2 1002 8 in. Heavyweight concrete block 0.6670 0.000 3 187 GYP OR PLAS BOARD,1/2IN 0.0417 0.000 4 414 R-8 generic Insulatrion 0.1746 0.000 1056 EXISTING PRE-FAB METAL JOIST & ROOF DECK 0.04 0.86 4.32 26.0 No Name Conductance [Btu/h.sf.F] Heat Cap [Btu/sf.F] Density [lb/cf] RValue [h.sf.F/Btu] Layer Material No. Material Thickness [ft] Framing Factor No Simple Construct No Massless Construct 1 94 BUILT-UP ROOFING, 3/8IN 0.0313 0.000 2 407 R-19 Generic Insulation 0.4147 0.000 3 11 2 in. Insulation 0.1670 0.000 1057 EXISTING 4" CONC. SLAB, 10MIL VISQUEEN VAPOR OVER TERMITED COMPACTED 0.26 27.60 103.50 3.8 No Name Conductance [Btu/h.sf.F] Heat Cap [Btu/sf.F] Density [lb/cf] RValue [h.sf.F/Btu] Layer Material No. Material Thickness [ft] Framing Factor No Simple Construct No Massless Construct 1 265 Soil, 1 ft 1.0000 0.000 2 178 CARPET W/RUBBER PAD 0.000 3 1003 CONC BLK HW-4IN-CONC 0.3333 0.000 1058 Solid core flush (2.25) 0.35 2.9 No Name Conductance [Btu/h.sf.F] Heat Cap [Btu/sf.F] Density [lb/cf] RValue [h.sf.F/Btu] Layer Material No. Material Thickness [ft] Framing Factor No Simple Construct Yes Massless Construct 1 279 Solid core flush (2.25") 0.000 EnergyGauge Summit® Fla/Com-2017. TAM 2017-1.0 Compliant Software. Effective Date: Dec 31, 2017 Florida Building Code, Sixth Edition (2017) - Energy Conservation IECC 2015 - Total Building Performance Compliance Option 3/27/2020 Page 24 of 24