Video: The Case for Cx: Updated Landmark Study Shows Evolution of Cx Costs & Benefits 2004-2018
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Presenter: Eliot Crowe, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Abstract: A Berkeley Labs 2004 study, updated in 2009, has long been considered the seminal work articulating the cost/benefit of commissioning, and is routinely cited to make the case for implementing Cx in new and existing buildings. This session will explore the results and findings of a 2018 update to the database and study, and discuss the challenges of accurate data gathering, particularly for ongoing and monitoring-based Cx.
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