HICAPS provided consulting services for two now completed LEED projects at Fort Bragg, N.C. The first project, the new 118,700-square-foot Training Support Center, was one in which HICAPS furnished LEED administration services during the construction phase. HICAPS also supplied commissioning services, which included the fundamental commissioning of building systems per LEED standard (Fundamental Commissioning of the Building Energy Systems) and involved the HVAC, lighting controls and domestic hot water systems.
The project goal was LEED Silver; however, as the project neared completion, HICAPS recognized that the project was only one point short of achieving a LEED Gold rating. The team analyzed the point status and determined that the exemplary performance credits under Materials and Resources for three separate credits could be attained with no additional cost to the project, and thus LEED Gold was achieved. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has moved forward with project’s certification.
The second project was the 4th Brigade Combat Team’s 58-man barracks. HICAPS provided LEED administration services during the construction phase of this 26,000-square-foot, $10 million project. This was a SPiRiT/LEED project, which met its goal of achieving LEED Silver standards.
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