Individuals with oversight authority on the project who have been trained in areas related to environmentally friendly development can teach green concepts to other members of the development staff and ensure that training is provided to all parties associated with the development of the project.
Prior to beginning the construction activities, all parties involved with the development process shall receive a written guideline and instruction specifying the green goals of the project.
Note: Lack of adequate supervision and dissemination of the project goals can result in negative effects on green building projects. If the theme of green building is not carried throughout the project, the overall benefit can be substantially reduced by the lack of knowledge and information provided to the various entities involved with the construction of the project.
- Light fixtures;
- Plumbing fixtures;
- Doors and trim;
- Masonry (reused masonry may only be used for flatwork);
- Electrical devices;
- Foundations or portions of foundations.
See LAMC Subdivision 99.04.106.4.2 for additional requirements related to EVCS for multifamily dwellings and "R" occupancies other than one- and two-family dwellings.
- Composite floor joist or premanufactured floor framing system;
- Composite roof rafters or premanufactured roof framing system;
- Panelized (SIPS, ICF or similar) wall framing system;
- Other methods approved by the Department.
- Bamboo or cork;
- Engineered products;
- Agricultural based products;
- Other products acceptable to the enforcing Department.