KING SAUD BIN ABDUL AZIZ UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, RIYADH AND JEDDAH CAMPUS RESEARCH BUILDINGS, KSA
|Project Location:||Kingdom of Saudi Arabia|
|Main Contractor:||Saudi Bin Laden Group|
|Green Technologies’ Client:||Perkins + Will|
|Enhanced Commissioning Authority:||Green Technologies FZCO|
The Riyadh and Jeddah Campus Research Buildings are a part of an institution that is among the leading healthcare institutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The mission of the institutions are to provide medical services of highly specialized nature and to promote medical research and education programs, including postgraduate education training. The Research Centre focuses on basic and translational research, primarily in cancer, cardiovascular diseases, transplant immunology, genetics, molecular diagnostics and proteomics.
The Riyadh and Jeddah Campus Research Buildings have a built-up area of 27,406sq.m. and 10,652sq.m. respectively and are pursuing LEED Gold under USGBC’s LEED NC v2.2 Rating System. In this regard, Green Technologies are tasked to address the LEED Enhanced Commissioning Requirements pertaining to the Energy and Atmosphere Credit 3. The task comprises providing Enhanced Commissioning Services in reference to the energy related systems such as Heating, Ventilating, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration systems, Lighting and Lighting Controls, Domestic Hot Water Systems, Renewable Energy Systems and the Building Façade.
Green Technologies’ scope of work pertains to Enhanced Commissioning as per the Energy and Atmosphere Credit 3, which includes conducting a Commissioning Design Review prior to mid-construction documents, developing and implementing a commissioning plan, reviewing contractor submittals applicable to systems being commissioned, verifying the installation and performance of commissioned systems, providing LEED documentation on performance commissioned system, LEED documentation on system manual and LEED documentation on training, developing a Commissioning Report and reviewing building operation within 10 months after substantial completion.