Building commissioning is a quality-based process, the fundamental purpose of which is to provide documented confirmation that building systems are planned, designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained in accordance with the owner’s project requirements. Commissioning often is seen primarily as an added cost, which, admittedly, it is. This, however, should not overshadow the benefits commissioning can yield by lowering operational costs, increasing efficiency, reducing
Commissioning Beyond the Documents
When you work out solutions, rather than merely document deficiencies, real commissioning value is realized—by all parties.