Commissioning

Begin with the end in mind

Owners and building management will cite end goals when using commissioning including:

  • Effective healthy building strategies, improve defence against respiratory diseases
  • Reduce energy, slash carbon emissions
  • Reduce life cycle cost, improve productivity
  • Effective operation and maintenance
  • Well-trained personnel, reduce human error
  • Minimise problems with the use of advanced technologies
  • Deliver project on time and on budget

End goals are the benefits of the project and what really matter the most to your organisation. Every stage of the project can be examined against the end goals and criteria you set by using the commissioning process.

A framework for successful projects

In line with ASHRAE standards and codes of practice, commissioning is led by the owner from project inception through to operation of the end goals.

Commissioning and quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) is a joint effort for project teams to identify and reduce potential issues by resolving them early on – at lowest cost to everyone.

The QUICX™ cloud-based platform supports our belief in people, transparent communication, documentation and verification in projects. This we believe is fundamental to a quality assurance system. Learn more about QUICX™

If you don’t know about commissioning technical systems in buildings, we recommend getting up to speed with A Practical Guide to the Commissioning Process by Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv. Read our book review

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