Concluding the Charrette

After the performance criteria and/or items in the selected rating system have been discussed and decisions have been made about applicability to the project (yes, no, or maybe), the facilitator should make sure that the notes about the discussion and decisions made are clear. Responsibility for follow-up research, cost analysis, and energy or daylight modeling should be determined and agreed upon by the team members, with due dates established. A follow-up meeting should be tentatively set for a date within the next one to three months (depending on the status of the project). Within a week after the charrette, a copy of the checklist with the notes and responsibility assignments should be sent to all team members. In the weeks and months ahead, the charrette summary and checklist of green building items becomes a working document to guide team members and track the green building items as the project moves through design development and into construction documents.

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