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In an industry where buildings are aging and owner’s needs are ever-changing, it can be tricky determining what your facility needs. When buildings are at different life stages, it’s the details and demands of the building that establish which services are needed and eventually which solutions are to be delivered.
Do you know what the ultimate focus of commissioning is or should be on your project? Depending on your role in a project, you will certainly have wide variety of answers to this question – but if it is done correctly a facility owner or operator will know exactly what the effort produces for their facility and its occupants.
In the past I have discussed in great detail the “process” of commissioning and how commissioning is applied into construction projects. I have also discussed the transition to operational stability as a building or facility becomes occupied and fully functional in its intended use. So when does the commissioning process actually end?
Have you purchased a retrocommissioning project in the past few years? Perhaps you have and you were not really sure what it was that you got in return. Perhaps you have not because all the proposals you have received have you confused…how are you supposed to get funding for something when you are not even sure what IT IS you … Read More
The Commissioning Department’s capabilities extend far beyond the tasks outlined in our previous blog post, The Commissioning Technician: Roles and Responsibilities. Our department’s tool room hosts equipment for data logging, TAB related measurement, and air quality testing. This specialized equipment allows McKenney’s, Inc. to offer unique services to its customers. In this month’s blog post, we will discuss the application … Read More
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