2008 ARC Awards judge's score sheet

05/16/2008


Give each section of the entry points depending on how well the tactics were implemented, based on the information provided. If you think the question was not answered at all (in other words, avoided)—or if the building failed to include certain criteria of the ARC Awards, please give the section a ranking of “1 point.” Building systems (20 pts)
Rate the solutions to the challenges posed

Rate the building’s MEP design for innovation

Technology (16 pts)
Rate the use of new or unusual technologies

  • Building controls and automation

 

  • Electrical distribution

 

  • Fire protection

 

  • HVAC

 

  • Lighting controls

 

  • Motors and Drives

 

  • Plumbing

 

  • Software

Sustainability design and documentation (40 pts)

Rate the building’s energy efficiency

Rate the building’s IAQ system

Rate the building’s water conservation

Rate the building’s renewable energy(__/5 design)

Integration (10 pts)
What examples of interdisciplinary integration, for example, online collaboration, BIM, etc.,

Rate the level of control system integration for this project—BAS, fire, communication, lighting, etc. Photography (18 pts)
Do the photos show the building’s exterior and interior?

Do the photos show:

  • Building controls and automation

 

  • Electrical distribution

 

  • Fire protection

 

  • HVAC

 

  • Lighting controls

 

  • Motors and Drives

 

  • Plumbing

Do the photos show specifically referenced engineered systems? Bonus (10 pts)
What is the repeatability factor of the solutions from this project? Total Building Systems points Total Technology points Total Sustainability points Total Integration points Total Photography points Total Bonus points Overall points





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