Significant additions to Title 24 are coming. Are you and your facility ready? If not, ProAutomated’s team of lighting experts is ready and willing to ensure you understand the what, why, and how of T24 compliance.
Starting July 1, 2014, all lighting-related projects – including both new building construction and facility updates – will be subject to increased scrutiny under additions to California’s Title 24 (T24) legislation. Formally known as the California Building Standards Code, Title 24 has been in effect for several years and since its inception, has received a number of regular amendments. However, the most recent additions to these regulations are some of the most significant in the program’s history, especially from a lighting and lighting control standpoint.
As of July 1, 2014, any proposed construction project which involves over 10% of a facility’s luminaires now requires an official sign-off for Title 24 - 2013, Part 6, Non-residential Indoor Lighting compliance. All projects with this criteria will be able to receive necessary building permits by complying with the standards outlined by the new legislation. As a result, facility and site managers need to fully understand these new requirements before any lighting-related facility updates can occur, or risk substantial project delays.