- QC Plan
Quality Control Plan: Portfolio-level or schema-levelThe general methods the volume review customer uses to ensure that the sustainable intent for its LEED projects becomes reality, ensuring that LEED requirements have been incorporated into its standard building processes. This level of the QC Plan describes generic organization-level checking and verification processes used for any building design, construction, or operational settings and across multiple types of building project issues and technical goals.
Credit-level Builds on and supplements the generic QC Plan by providing detailed, credit-specific methods tailored to and suitable foreach specific type of building process (i.e., plan review, commissioning, field inspections, periodic preventive maintenance, review of automation trend logs, etc.). Describes all aspects of the customer's internal verification processes: who, what, when, where, how, to what extent. This level of QC Plan detail is required for all prototyped or streamlined credits (except for some streamlined approaches in the LEED-EB setting).