Commissioning of electrical systems has become an integral and well-established part of the building design and construction process. However, as cities and states increasingly pass more stringent energy legislation while new technologies continue to present countless possibilities, building systems will get smarter and more interconnected—and the role commissioning plays in the built environment will continue to expand.
This session examines data produced since implementation, including lessons learned, efficiencies gained and a look into the City's more ambitious goals.
The need for testing and commissioning electrical equipment and systems varies by project, client, system, and building codes.
This session examines current and proposed outcomebased code provisions (including recent guidance from the NIBS) and how Cx providers and others focused on energy performance can assist building owners in achieving goals.
When designing hyper scale data centers, consider elements of design, construction and commissioning.
This case study examines re-starting, re-commissioning, and optimizing an industrial gas chiller used for drying well-head natural gas.
This session provides attendees methods and techniques for integrating operational readiness services into existing Cx offerings.
This case study investigates the exterior and interior of a school, identifying risks and findings with over 10 hazardous material categories that will help engineers create a more ideal demolition.
This case study outlines how the monitoring system was set up and utilized throughout the process.
This presentation discusses how Owner's Project Requirements and commissioning plans can be expanded to incorporate Distributed Energy Systems.