Owner's project requirements


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Owner's project requirements

An explanation of the ideas, concepts, and criteria that are determined by the owner to be important to the success of the project, previously called the design intent. Also, the functional requirements of a project and the expectations of use and operations.
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Architect/Engineer/Designer Acknowledgement I hereby acknowledge the Basis of Design (BOD) ocument has been completed and meets the Owner's Project Requirements (OPR).
org or ASHRAE (2007) as-built drawings attached to the owner's project requirements.
2) Define and document the owner's project requirements.
In addition to conforming to the minimum levels of Standard 202-2013, the commissioning firm provided enhanced required monthly reporting and updates to the commissioning plan, the Owner's Project Requirements (OPR), Basis of Design (BOD), submittal review, scheduling review, checklists, functional performance testing,
The programming of any new construction or renovation/upgrade project should be formally documented in an Owner's Project Requirements (OPR) document.
In addition, some of the information in this article series has been adapted from an unpublished NEBB standard titled NEBB Standard Owner's Project Requirements (OPR) Guideline (draft dated June 20, 2011); and from NEBB's Procedural Standards for Building Enclosure Testing (March 2013).
In addition, some of the information in this article has been taken from an unpublished NEBB standard titled NEBB Standard Owner's Project Requirements (OPR) Guideline (June 20, 2011).
The BOD transforms the raw data from the owner's project requirements (OPR) document (the "what") into a detailed, technical, actionable plan (the "how") that will meet the owner's objectives--which will also help avoid the "scope creep" that can derail the project schedule and lead to budget overruns.
So if your project "destination" is a properly commissioned building that results in a satisfied owner, you need to start your project with a detailed and complete owner's project requirements (OPR) document.
Develop a complete owner's project requirements (OPR) document.
But with design/build projects, it is virtually certain that substantial updates to the basis of design and, in many cases, the owner's project requirements, will be required.
The process focuses on verifying and documenting that a facility and all of its systems and assemblies are planned, designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained to meet the Owner's Project Requirements.