Responsibilities of a Retrofit Coordinator
A Retrofit Coordinator is primarily responsible for identifying, assessing, and managing the technical and process risks commonly associated with domestic retrofit projects. This includes overseeing the design, specification and subsequent post-installation monitoring and evaluation of energy efficiency measures in accordance with PAS 2035:2019.
Typically, a Retrofit Coordinator is responsible for:
- Project managing and protecting the client and public from the start to finish with regard to planning, organising and managing the project.
- Ensuring domestic retrofit projects are safe, high-quality and perform to their maximum potential.
- Providing consultants and contractors with informed advice and support.
- Providing clients with assurance that project risks are being effectively managed and quality it being maintained.
- Initial and on-going risk assessment for each project.
- Completion of client report, carbon calculations, medium term plan and options appraisal.
- Overview of installation of energy efficiency measure(s) including toolbox talks if required.
- Undertake post-construction evaluation to determine overall success and ensure that lessons are learned for future projects.
- Sign off that the project complies with PAS 2035:2019 and lodge via TrustMark data warehouse.
To satisfy the minimum requirements defined in PAS 2035:2019, Retrofit Coordinators are required to categorise domestic retrofit projects in low, medium or high-risk dependent upon what measures are proposed, the building’s construction design (including existing materials), and if the building or location has any historical significance.
Diamond & Co (Scotland) Ltd have a team of qualified Retrofit Coordinators who are TrustMark registered and accredited with Elmhurst Energy and ECMK.
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