Video: Multi-Phased Commissioning on an International Airport in Aruba
This course covers commissioning the expansion, the existing facility upgrade and associated BMS integration, through a blend of remote platform-based CX software, and traditional boots-on-the-ground means for Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba.
Video courtesy: CxEnergy
Presenters: Kelly Adighije, LEED AP, Baumann Consulting
Queen Beatrix International Airport serves more than 2.5 million passengers annually. The 5-year Gateway 2030 project, the first major expansion in 20 years, includes an MEP system upgrade, relocation of the Facility Energy Centre and baggage handling system, and the facility’s first sophisticated building automation system. This course will cover commissioning the expansion, the existing facility upgrade and associated BMS integration, through a blend of remote platform-based CX software, and traditional boots-on-the-ground means.
- Attendees will learn about the Aruba Airport Authority Project which includes – Gateway 2030, Existing Facilities Upgrades, Utility Building, Building Management Systems projects and how Baumann Consulting engaged with the multiple stakeholders and different project teams in such a complex, multi-phased project.
- Attendees will learn about some example commissioning communication tools for interacting initially with the international design phase teams and how the knowledge transfer was then conducted to the construction phase teams as they were brought on for the different project phases
- Attendees will be presented with case study examples of commissioning checklists that were coordinated and created by Baumann Consulting for the different construction teams listed in objective 1 above.
- Attendees will learn how Baumann is planning the knowledge transfer from the created commissioning checklists, to the Owner’s Facilities Management Teams for the tracking of issues and defects during the occupancy phase.
CxEnergy is presented by the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG), the Energy Management Association (EMA), and the Associated Air Balance Council (AABC). Together, these Authorities in Building Performance represent over 600 member companies and 2,500 certified professionals in the testing, adjusting, and balancing, commissioning, and energy management industries.