BCA Section J Report
A BCA Section J Report is the method that majority of local government area councils in Australia consider adequate for a development application to demonstrate energy efficiency compliance with the BCA. To compile a BCA Section J report an experienced building energy efficiency consultant must study the design of the proposed development and address the findings of the design based on the energy efficiency requirements of the deemed to satisfy provisions in a professional report.
BCA Section J Report
A BCA Section J Report is one of the documents which is normally being asked by Australian local government area councils at Construction Certificate or CC stage for non residential buildings. If you have being asked to provide a BCA Section J report then you need to engage the services of an experienced and qualified energy efficiency consultant to provide you with the BCA Section J Report in a suitable format to ascertain successful council approval for the CC stage.
BCA Section J Report Structure
Currently there is no standard and agreed upon format for compilation of a BCA Section J report in Australia and it is normally the preferences and experience level of the energy efficiency consultant who writes the report which determines the format and structure of the final product. Eco Certificates has extensive experience achieved from compilation of numerous BCA Section J Reports over the years to confidently use a reporting structure which has so far proven to deliver 100% approval rate in various local government areas in Australia.
We follow the core BCA Section J structure of the BCA Volume 1 and add several sections and sub sections to produce the most easy to follow and professional looking BCA Section J Report for each building type. We have established a consistent and fool proof assessment flowchart in absence of an industry standard for compilation of a BCA Section J Report.
You'll be provided with a secured draft version of the final document before we forward you the submission ready report so your architects or engineers can review the report and introduce modifications or extra provisions into the report.