BCA Section J Assessment and Compliance Reports are required for all commercial buildings as part of the Development Application process to demonstrate a designs ability to comply with the BCA.
|The objective of Section J is: to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by efficiently using energy.|
|Planning to achieve compliance for the BCA Section J is ideally done at concept design stage to results in a Deem to Satisfy Report.|
|To obtain BCA Section J Report from ESD Consulting, please email@example.com|
|The DTS approach for sole-occupancy units of a Class 2 building and a Class 4 part differs from the approach taken for other Classes of building. BCA 2010 requires a software rating.|
|In NSW, a software rating is also required by BASIX. This must be undertaken by an ABSA Accredited Assessor.|
For Classes 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9 buildings, each element within Section J is designed to work as part of a system.
The Section J report will cover:
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