MBA – Energy / Green Assessments (21 Step Process)

 

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Commercial, Residential, Industrial, Institutional, Hospitality,
Spiritural Centers, Theme parks, …

 


Architectural Exam & Professional Services
Seminars, Workshops, Tele-Seminars, Tutoring, 
Materials,  Consultation, etc.

 

Architectural Energy Assessments
Walk through assessments & recommendations for savings of up to
1,000,000.00 or more  per year (Theme Parks, School Campus, Large Corporations)

(Professor Boardway assisted in organizing the California Energy Commission in 1978)

 

(Removing the Physical & Mental Blocks;  Exams, Profession, etc.)

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 Minimize use of resources and use natural planetary energy

 

The 5 CATEGORY (21 STEP PROCESS) 

 

Initial and/or Thorough Walk thru Assessment

From Initial Concept through Construction Completion

order Categories Individually or all 5 Complete

 

THE PROCESS:
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Category 1 – Initial Walk Through & Design
1.  Meet @ Project Site
2.  Contract Proposal submitted for Categories Agreed to
3.  Signed Contract received along with Retainer & Grant Deed of Property
4.  Write up & As Built Drawings & Assessment submitted – Architectural &
Conceptual Written Review only
5.  Balance or Partial Payment Due at the time of Write Up & As-Built Docs. Submitted (see contract)
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Category 2 – Thorough Walk Through & Design (Arch. & Systems Review)
6.  Proposal submitted for a Thorough Walk Through for Arch. & Systems Design – Only (if not already in contract)
7.  If Proposal accepted then, Signed Contract received along with Retainer or Partial Pymt. & Grant Deed of Property
8.  Initial Walk thru Assessment with Architect & Consultants
9.  As Built Drawings along with  Proposal Drawings & Write-ups generated & submitted on A, S, P, M, E-Systems – only
10. Balance or Partial Payment Due at the time of Write Up & As-Built Docs. Submitted (see contract)
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Category 3 – Document Approval Process
11.   Review with Owner –  all Final Documents generated above for approval
12.   Proper submittal to all agencies for approvals & permits
12.1  Balance or Partial Payment Due at this time  (see contract)
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Category 4 – Bidding Procedure
13.   Submit all Documents for bidding & addenda processing
14.  Review with the Owner,  bids and all schedules for installation
15.   The Owner to select the General Contractor
 15.1    Balance or Partial Payment Due at this time  (see contract)
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Category 5 – Construction Administration
16.  Communication & Coordination with the selected General Contractor
17.   To visit the project site at appropriate agreed to intervals
18.   Coordinate any and all revisions & clarifications during construction
19.   Review Certificates of Payment
20.   Review any and all submittals, samples & shop drawings for design intent only
21.   Final out the project receive Final payment
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Note:  Time & Travel compensated outside So. Cal Triangle (Los Angeles to San Diego to Palm Springs)

Architectural Energy Assessments
Walk through assessments, recommendations & Documents prepared for a possible savings of up to 50%+ on Utilities or 1,000,000.00 or more per year on larger projects;  Theme Parks, School Campuses, Hospitals, Large Corporations, Office Complex,  etc.
(Professor Boardway helped put together the California Energy Commission in 1978)

Greenhouse Architecture

On many occasions, MBA has been asked to design Greenhouses, with the growing popularity of individuals wanting to grow their own gardens of fruits, vegetables, herbs,  etc.  Design can be an addition to the existing building or a separate structure.  Anywhere from 100 square feet to 1,000+ square feet,  walk-in, reach-in or walk around design.  Please call for a consultation.
MBA has extensive experience on Green Design as well as Sustainability.  Professor Michael P. Boardway has also coined the phrase “VIBRATIONAL – GREEN ARCHITECTURE.” This phrase means that the building occupants will increase their vibration and frequency to a higher level of evolution with (Affecting all the senses with; Light, Colors, Sound & Specific Materials throughout the building, crystals, oils,  etc.).  Why not the whole picture (The occupants), why just the building?  Also “Green” means efficient design with least dependability on outsourcing (off the grid) for energy use. Professor Boardway coordinated with and help establish the; “California Energy Commission,”   for the State of California,  in 1978.  Energy efficiency is one of the primary goals of MBA Architectural and is reflected in the Architectural Services provided as well as any and all seminars, workshops, etc.. offered by our company. Items such as the following:
1.    Passive & Active Solar Design (photovoltaic panels, etc.)
2.    Geo- Thermal (Using Natural Elements)
3.    Proper Placement / Orientation of Structure
4.    Utilize and maximize Day Lighting
5.    Recycle / collect water on site for irrigation
6.    Good Site Design (Environmental Design) proper placement of vegetation, elements
7.    Good Efficient Building Envelope – High R factors for each assembly, 0 – low U-factors
8.    Utilize natural breezes with operable windows, interior air currents, as required, 
(Natural Convection when possible)    
9.    Double+ Glaze all windows with low “E” type glass.
10.  Sensors inside & outside the building for Lighting,  HVAC, Plumbing Fixtures, etc… 
11.  Sacred Geometry (Timeless Architecture)
12.  Recycled Materials and use materials that can be recycled
13.  Automatic Flush Valves
14.  Tankless Water Heaters
15.  Waterless Urinals 
16.  Underground Cisterns for irrigating