Retrocommissioning for Education

Andrea LaMontCommissioningLeave a Comment

Retrocommissioning for Education

It is often taken for granted by educators, students, and support staff that their campus buildings and facilities will be healthy, safe, and productive environments in which to work and learn.  Keeping the facilities comfortable for occupants while maintaining peak system performance requires both comprehensive strategies and efficient operations.  Large campuses with aging mechanical systems spread over a number of … Read More

Software Helping Teams Stay Safer

Stephen JohnsonAutomation & Control Solutions, Building Intelligence, Building Services, Commissioning, Corporate, Energy Services, Systems Integration & ControlsLeave a Comment

Commercial offices have long lists of best practices to ensure the safety of everyone who walks through their doors, but what if your facility could leverage software to ensure a healthy building and predict a healthier environment? By the second quarter of 2020, our Automation & Controls team, deep in the trenches of COVID, was certain that our customers had … Read More

Job Well Done — Ahead of Schedule

Kumba McCrittyCommissioning, Project HighlightsLeave a Comment

Project Name Peak 10 Data Center Chilled Water Plant and Distribution System Project Location Alpharetta, Georgia Project Team Owner: Peak 10, Inc. General Contractor: Balfour Beatty Architect: Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc. Engineer: Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc. Subcontractor: McKenney’s, Inc.

Is It Magic?

Matt NormanCommissioningLeave a Comment

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.

Where does it end?

Matt NormanCommissioningLeave a Comment

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?