Commissioning

Commissioning

Ensuring Buildings Systems Are Operating and Maintained As Intended

The Commissioning (Cx) process is a team oriented process with the purpose to verify and document that all Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP), Fire Protection (FP), and Building Envelope (BE) systems are installed, operating and maintained per the Owners Project Requirements (OPR), Basis of Design (BoD) and the Construction Documents. 

 

 

Commissioning Benefits Include 

1) Reduced energy consumption by providing equipment selection and operational input during design development.
2) Lower operating costs by ensuring Owners staff is properly trained on system operation and maintenance. 
3) Better building documentation for materials such as Operation and Maintenance Manuals and As-Builts.

Commissioning During Construction

Commissioning during construction ensures that new construction and project fit-outs conform to the construction documents agreed on by the university and the building design team.  The commissioning process allows the CxA to verify and document the proper installation and performance of various building systems.  Specifically, this process includes the following tasks:

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