Construction documents shall be of sufficient clarity to indicate the location, nature and extent of the work proposed, and show in sufficient detail pertinent data and features of the building, systems and equipment as herein governed. Details shall include but are not limited to, as applicable, insulation materials and their R-values; fenestration U-factors and SHGCs; system design criteria; mechanical and service water heating system and equipment types, sizes and efficiencies; economizer description; equipment and system controls; fan motor horsepower (hp) and controls; duct sealing, duct and pipe insulation and location; daylight areas on floor plans; lighting fixture schedule with wattage and control narrative; air sealing details; and COMcheck compliance report or equivalent State of Oregon Building Codes Division form. Plans and specifications shall include requirements for submittal information required by Sections 5.7, 6.7, 7.7, 8.7, and 9.7 of Standard 90.1. The building official shall not require or expect physical copies of record drawings, manuals, test reports, or energy reporting.
Exception: The building official is authorized to waive the requirements for construction documents, COMcheck reports, or other supporting data if the code official determines these are not necessary to confirm compliance with this code.
Construction documents for new buildings shall include the Oregon Zero Energy Ready Compliance Form, including a ZERO Code Calculator report (See ZERO-Code.org/energy-calculator/).
Note: For reference only. Not adopted by the State of Oregon, Building Codes Division, as part of the state building code. The Oregon Department of Energy administers the 1.5% for Green Energy Technology program for public buildings. New construction and major renovation projects for public buildings are required to evaluate and install Green Energy Technology and report to the Oregon Department of Energy in accordance with Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) Chapter 279C, Section 279C.527- 528 and Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) Chapter 330, Division 135. See Oregon.gov/energy