2014 CALGreen Checklist

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To assist our members with meeting the requirements of the newest California Green Building Codes (CALGreen), the AIACC is proud to make available the following checklists for both the residential and commercial building codes. These new checklists are intended to be used by architects and their local building officials as a means to comply with the new requirements of CALGreen. They are available in DWG format, for direct opening and importing to CAD, or in a PDF format for printing.

PDF Format
Click here to download Residential checklist in PDF format.
Click here to download Non-Residential checklist in PDF format.

DWG Format
Click here to download Residential checklist in DWG format.
Click here to download Non-Residential checklist in DWG format.

Should you have any questions regarding CALGreen, please contact Kurt Cooknick, Assoc. AIA, at (916) 642-1706, or via email at kcooknick@aiacc.org.

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    Gary McDaniel, AIA

    Kurt,

    Thanks! The checklists are Complete, Concise, valuable in making a confusing, time consuming, mass of legislature, understandable to Clients, Plan Reviewers and design professionals.

    Gary McDaniel, AIA, LEED AP
    Gm Design & Architectural & Construction Solutions
    Wildomar, Ca 92595

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    John Lyons / Bachelor of Science Architecture

    Kurt.
    Thanks for the extra effort in making the necessary documents easy to access…..
    John Lyons
    John Lyons Drafting & Design
    San Diego, Ca. 92114

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    Bobbie Baxter

    Yes, this is a valuable resource!
    While reviewing the residential checklist PDF I noticed there is some overlapping text.
    “Division 4.3 WATER EFFICIENCY AND CONSERVATION”
    Should be moved down just above
    “4.303 INDOOR WATER USE”

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    John F. Worthy, AIA, LEED Green Assoc.

    Kurt,

    Thanks to you and your team for providing this valuable resource! Your work on behalf and commitment to AIA architects is greatly appreciated.

    Best,

    John

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