LEED Pre-Occupancy IAQ Testing/Sampling
If you need LEED Pre-Occupancy IAQ testing/sampling assistance, call us at 973-366-4660 or email us at email@example.com for details and a free estimate.
We help building owners and contractors obtain LEED (Leadership Energy Environmental Design) points in order to achieve Silver, Gold, and Platinum Certification for New Construction (NC) or Existing Buildings (EB) as provided by USGBC for Energy and Environmentally Proficient Buildings.
Our services include:
Air Quality Testing/Sampling Option – Pre-Occupancy Testing/Sampling – for LEED 3.2 Credits or LEED 4.0 Credit Established by USGBC for both New Construction (NS) and Renovation Projects in Existing Buildings (EB)
The LEED testing requires sampling/testing for:
- Particulates (PM10)
- Total VOC’s
- Carbon Monoxide
NOTE: The number of tests is determined by the number of HVAC units, number of occupied floors, and square footage of interior space. The minimum sampling/testing period is four hours for 3.2 Credit. For 4.0 Credit, the sampling time is recommended at 4 hours to ensure a true and comprehensive sampling. Version 3.2 requires 1 test set per 25,000 square feet, a minimum of 1 test set per floor and a minimum of 1 test set per HVAC System. Version 4.0 requires 1 test set per 5,000 SF. The per floor and per HVAC Systems are the same as Version 3.2.
- Assisting in building design for air quality, tobacco smoke, outdoor emissions; selection of Environmental safe products in coating, finishes, materials, adhesives, recycled products, and disposal of replaced building materials and contents
- Testing where complaints of air quality or environmental quality exist
- Surveys for asbestos, lead, VOC’s, formaldehyde, illumination, carbon monoxide, mold, allergens, bacteria, radon, dust, noise, and unknowns
- Assistance in removal of hazardous substances
Atlantic Environmental provides a wide range of services leading to LEED certification for buildings to achieve Silver, Gold, and Platinum Certification for New Construction or Existing Buildings. USGBC started the LEED rating system in 1998. We are members of the USGBC.
For more information contact Robert Sheriff at 973-366-4660 or use our contact form.