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ASHRAE Standing Standard Project Committee 189.1
Cognizant TC: TC 2.8, Building Environmental Impacts and Sustainability
SPLS Liaison: Rita M. Harrold/Allan B. Fraser
ASHRAE Staff Liaison: Bert E. Etheredge
IES Liaison: Rita M. Harrold
USGBC Liaison: Brendan Owens


  • NameAffiliationNameAffiliation
    Dennis Stanke, Chair*Trane Commercial Systems,Ernie ConradLandmark Facilities
    Ingersoll-RandJulia BeaboutSimulated Solutions
    Richard Heinisch, Vice Chair *Acuity Brands LightingJames Benya BenyaBenya Lighting Design
    Dan Nail, Vice Chair*WSP Flack+KurtzLee BurgettTrane Commercial Systems,
    Andrew Persily, Vice Chair*NISTIngersoll-Rand
    Leon Alevantis*California Department ofPaula GinoNational Multi Housing
    Public HealthCouncil
    Jim Bowman*American Forest & PaperSteven ClarkAquatherm
    Association, Inc.Daryn ClineEvapco Inc.
    Harvey Bryan*Arizona State UniversityPeyton CollieSheet Metal and Air
    Ron Burton (BOMA)*BOMA InternationalConditioning
    Dimitri Contoyannis*IESContractor's National
    Dru Crawley*Bentley SystemsAssociation
    John Cross*American Institute ofPeter DahlSebesta Blomberg
    Steel ConstructionMichael DeWeinBuilding Codes
    Lance Delaura*Southern CaliforniaAssistance Project
    Gas CompanyWilliam DillardMechanical Services of
    Charles Eley (AlA)*Architectural EnergyFlorida
    CorporationNicola FerzaccaArchitecture Engineers
    Anthony Floyd*City of ScottsdaleKatherine HammackErnst and Young
    Susan Gitlin*U.S. EnvironmentalJosh JacobsUL Environment
    Protection AgencyStephen KennedyGeorgia Power
    Gregg Gress*International Code CouncilCarl LawsonHanson Professional~
    Donald Horn*U.S. General ServicesServices
    AdministrationMark MacCrackenCalmac Manufacturing Corp
    Roy Hubbard*Johnson Controls Inc.Thomas MarseilleWSP F + K
    John Koeller*Koeller and CompanyKent PetersonP2S Engineering Inc.
    Michael Jouaneh*LutronJohn PulleyHOK
    Tom Lawrence*University of GeorgiaJeffery RuttU.S. Department of Defense
    Neil Leslie*Gas Technology InstituteHarvey SachsAmerican Council for an
    Bing Liu*Pacific NorthwestEnergy-Efficient Economy
    National LaboratoryJoshua SaundersUnderwriters Laboratories
    Richard Lord*UT Carrier CorpCharles SeyfferCamfil Farr
    Merle McBride*Owens CorningMelanie ShepherdsonNatural Resource
    Jim McClendon*Walmart StoresDefense Council
    Molly McGuire*Taylor EngineeringSwati OgaleEcoways Consulting, Ltd., UK
    Jonathan McHugh*McHugh Energy ConsultantsJeffrey StoneAmerican Forest & Paper
    Teresa Rainey*Skidmore Owing MerrillAssociation
    Steve Rosenstock (EEl)*Edison Electric InstituteChristian TaberBig Ass Fans
    Jeff Ross-Bain*Ross-Bain Green BuildingRobert ThompsonU.S. Environmental
    Lawrence Schoen*Schoen Engineering Inc.Protection Agency
    Boggarm Setty*Setty & AssociatesRobert TimmermanAtSite Real Estate
    Wayne Stoppelmoor*Schneider ElectricTimothy WentzUniversity of Nebraska
    Martha VanGeem*CTLGroupDavid WilliamsLHB Inc.
    David Viola*IAPMOSteven WinkelThe Preview Group
    Susan AndersonOsram Sylvania
    * Denotes members of voting status when the document was approved for publication

    ASHRAE STANDARDS COMMITTEE 2011–2012

    Carol E. Marriott, ChairKrishnan GowriJanice C. Peterson
    Kenneth W. Cooper, Vice-ChairMaureen GrassoDouglas T. Reindl
    Douglass S. AbramsonCecily M. GrzywaczBoggarm S. Setty
    Karim AmraneRichard L. HallJames R. Tauby
    Charles S. BarnabyRita M. HarroldJames K. Vallort
    Hoy R. Bohanon, Jr.Adam W. HingeWilliam F. Walter
    Steven F. BruningDebra H. KennoyMichael W. Woodford
    David R. ConoverJay A. KohlerCraig P. Wray
    Steven J. Emmerich Frank MyersEckhard A. Groll, BOD ExO
    Allan B. FraserRoss D. Montgomery, CO

    Stephanie C. Reiniche, Manager of Standards

    SPECIAL NOTE

    This American National Standard (ANS) is a national voluntary consensus standard developed under the auspices of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). Consensus is defined by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), of which ASHRAE is a member and which has approved this standard as an ANS, as “substantial agreement reached by directly and materially affected interest categories. This signifies the concurrence of more than a simple majority, but not necessarily unanimity. Consensus requires that all views and objections be considered, and that an effort be made toward their resolution.” Compliance with this standard is voluntary until and unless a legal jurisdiction makes compliance mandatory through legislation.

    ASHRAE obtains consensus through participation of its national and international members, associated societies, and public review.

    ASHRAE Standards are prepared by a Project Committee appointed specifically for the purpose of writing the Standard. The Project Committee Chair and Vice-Chair must be members of ASHRAE; while other committee members may or may not be ASHRAE members, all must be technically qualified in the subject area of the Standard. Every effort is made to balance the concerned interests on all Project Committees.

    The Manager of Standards of ASHRAE should be contacted for:

    a. interpretation of the contents of this Standard,

    b. participation in the next review of the Standard,

    c. offering constructive criticism for improving the Standard, or

    d. permission to reprint portions of the Standard.

    DISCLAIMER
    ASHRAE uses its best efforts to promulgate Standards and Guidelines for the benefit of the public in light of available information and accepted industry practices. However, ASHRAE does not guarantee, certify, or assure the safety or performance of any products, components, or systems tested, installed, or operated in accordance with ASHRAE’s Standards or Guidelines or that any tests conducted under its Standards or Guidelines will be nonhazardous or free from risk.
    ASHRAE INDUSTRIAL ADVERTISING POLICY ON STANDARDS
    ASHRAE Standards and Guidelines are established to assist industry and the public by offering a uniform method of testing for rating purposes, by suggesting safe practices in designing and installing equipment, by providing proper definitions of this equipment, and by providing other information that may serve to guide the industry. The creation of ASHRAE Standards and Guidelines is determined by the need for them, and conformance to them is completely voluntary.
    In referring to this Standard or Guideline and in marking of equipment and in advertising, no claim shall be made, either stated or implied, that the product has been approved by ASHRAE.

    CONTENTS

    ANSI/ASHRAE/USGBC/IES Standard 189.1-2011,
    Standard for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings
    Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings

    SECTION
    Foreword
    1 Purpose
    2 Scope
    3 Definitions, Abbreviations, and Acronyms
    4 Administration and Enforcement
    5 Site Sustainability
    6 Water Use Efficiency
    7 Energy Efficiency
    8 Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)
    9 The Building’s Impact on the Atmosphere, Materials, and Resources
    10 Construction and Plans for Operation
    11 Normative References
    Normative Appendix A: Prescriptive Building Envelope Tables
    Normative Appendix B: Prescriptive Continuous Air Barrier
    Normative Appendix C: Prescriptive Equipment Efficiency Tables
    Normative Appendix D: Performance Option for Energy Efficiency
    Normative Appendix E: IAQ Limit Requirements for Office Furniture Systems and Seating
    Normative Appendix F: Building Concentrations
    Informative Appendix G: Informative References
    Informative Appendix H: Integrated Design
    Informative Appendix I: Addenda Description Information