Details are provided on the process of creating use case scenarios through to a thorough sequence of operations.
This presentation provides an overview of how taking a fieldtested approach and applying best practices can improve a system, providing energy savings and leading to better energy management.
This presentation demonstrates how commissioning activities were incorporated as early as possible into the construction schedule, reveals how Cx data was tracked to resolution, and highlights Cx activities for the stadium’s remarkable 1.2 million gallon rainwater retention and re-use system.
Orange County Public Schools is the ninth largest in the U.S. In 2009, OCPS initiated a commissioning program for new schools and major school additions limited to HVAC systems, construction and acceptance (testing) phase Cx services.
This session explores how advanced energy and building analytics software unlocks the power of BAS data to enable monitoring-based commissioning, giving owners and energy managers the insights to improve energy efficiency, occupant comfort, and equipment longevity.
This session will identify the types of buildings that require integrated system testing, and what model codes will require testing to be completed.
This presentation analyzes the implementation of the policy, covering issues including energy assessments, commissioning, and long-term goals like achieving carbon-neutrality.
This session—which includes two case studies—will discuss how PACE works, what types of improvements qualify and how much funding is available.
This presentation provides an overview of analytics and FDD. How they are implemented within BMS, how to use advanced analytics to predict facility issues, and how to use weather data to provide system control.
This presentation will focus on how HCA utilizes a Cx database to assist two commissioning agents with this workload.