You’ve built a beautiful new building, invested heavily in it, and months after moving in the heating, air conditioning, and lighting still don’t operate effectively. Commissioning the building could have prevented this headache.
What is commissioning?
- The formal definition is: A quality-focused process for enhancing the delivery of a project. Verifying and documenting that all of the commissioned systems and assemblies are planned, designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained to meet the Owner’s Project Requirements (ASHRAE).
- Our definition is: Making absolutely sure the building systems and equipment work the way they are intended to work, and staff know how to operate them.
Why choose LKPB Engineers for commissioning?
- We are hands-on. We don’t make extra paperwork. We make sure equipment works.
- We recommend and primarily use ASHRAE Standard 202-2013 - Commissioning Process for Buildings and Systems. We are familiar with and can also use Guideline 0 and other forms when required.
- We help lead all the construction team members through all phases of the construction process to successfully meet the Owner’s Project Requirements.
- Commissioning - for new buildings and additions
- Re-commissioning - for buildings previously commissioned
- Retro-commissioning - for existing buildings that were never commissioned
- LEED and B3 commissioning - all types
What kinds of facilities do we commission?
Data Centers, Clinics, Armories, Office Buildings, Education, Government, Financial, Manufacturing, Laboratories, and many others
Benefits of Commissioning
- Increased energy savings
- System optimization
- Improved reliability
- Trained building operators
- Comfortable occupants
- Piece of mind
- “LKPB Engineers did an outstanding job with commissioning and with validating the project design.” Neil Johnson, contractor project manager for the Upsher Smith Laboratories Addition.
- “LKPB did a fine job for us with the commissioning. Their professionalism was excellent. We got great value for the money spent.”
John Abbott, owner’s project manager for the Agribank Data Center Project.
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