Glossary LEED V4(o)

occupant control


a system or switch that a person in the space can directly access and use. Examples include a task light, an open switch, and blinds. A temperature sensor, photo sensor, or centrally controlled system is not occupant controlled.

使用者が直接操作および使用できるシステムまたはスイッチ。 タスクライト、オープン スイッチ、ブラインドなどがある。 温度センサー、明るさセンサー、および中央制御システムは使用者によるコントロールの対象外。

occupiable space


an enclosed space intended for human activities, excluding those spaces that are intended primarily for other purposes, such as storage rooms and equipment rooms, and that are occupied only occasionally and for short periods of time (ASHRAE 62.1–2010)

人間の活動のための囲まれた空間で、主に他の目的(保管室や装置室など)のためのスペースおよび、一時的または短期的に使用されるスペースは含まない。(ASHRAE 62.1–2010)

occupied space


enclosed space intended for human activities, excluding those spaces that are intended primarily for other purposes, such as storage rooms and equipment rooms, and that are only occupied occasionally and for short periods of time. Occupied spaces are further classified as regularly occupied or nonregularly occupied spaces based on the duration of the occupancy, individual or multioccupant based on the quantity of occupants, and densely or nondensely occupied spaces based on the concentration of occupants in the space.


ongoing consumable


a product that has a low cost per unit and is regularly used and replaced in the course of business. Examples include paper, toner cartridges, binders, batteries, and desk accessories. Also known as ongoing purchases.


on-site wastewater treatment


the transport, storage, treatment, and disposal of wastewater generated on the project site


open-grid pavement systemオープングリッド舗装システム pavements that consist of loose substrates supported by a grid of a more structurally sound grid or webbing. Pervious concrete and porous asphalt are not considered open grid as they are considered bounded materials. Unbounded, loose substrates do not transfer and store heat like bound and compacted materials do.


operations and maintenance (O&M) plan


a plan that specifies major system operating parameters and limits, maintenance procedures and schedules, and documentation methods necessary to demonstrate proper operation and maintenance of an approved emissions control device or system


ornamental luminaire


a luminaire intended for illuminating portions of the circulation network that also serves an ornamental function, in addition to providing optics that effectively deliver street lighting, and has a decorative or historical period appearance




a patient who is not hospitalized for 24 hours or more but who visits a hospital, clinic, or associated healthcare facility for diagnosis or treatment


owner’s project requirements (OPR)


a written document that details the ideas, concepts, and criteria determined by the owner to be important to the success of the project