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Do the technical facilities in your building fail to function according to your expectations? Do you have to deal with user's claims?
Our experts identify the causes of the malfunctions, do the necessary measurements, and propose an optimal solution regarding your priorities.
After approval of the budget for the necessary repairs, our technicians will carry them out adhering to “good engineering practice”.
Do you want to be sure that you get what you wanted? Do you want to be sure that the technical systems of your buildings will be designed, installed and especially fully operational, maintained and functional to your requirements and satisfaction?
Based on international standards and the COMMISSIONING methodology such as ASHRAE Guideline 0-2005, we make sure all that is done on your projects. You can benefit from the international experience of our skilled experts as well as practices well-established on successful construction projects all around the world.
COMMISSIONING is a quality-oriented process for improving the level of the project implementation. This process focuses on verifying and documenting that the technical equipment and all its systems and components were devised, designed, installed, tested, operated and maintained to meet all the requirements of the project owner.
We perform technical audits of the mechanical & electrical systems in your buildings; for example, prior to the expiry of the warranty period, when the property ownership changes for the operational optimisation etc.
The Commissioning Process is a quality-oriented process for
achieving, verifying, and documenting that the performance of
facilities, systems, and assemblies meets defined objectives and
criteria. The Commissioning Process assumes that owners,
programmers, designers, contractors, and operations and maintenance
entities are fully accountable for the quality of their work. The
Commissioning Team uses methods and tools to verify that the
project is achieving the Owners Project Requirements throughout the
delivery of the project. For example, the contractor is responsible
for fully constructing, testing, and ensuring that its employees
work has provided the level of quality expected.
The Commissioning Authority then randomly samples the contractor s work to verify that it is achieving the Owner s Project Requirements. If systemic issues are identified, then the contractor is expected to recheck all of his/her work and correct any deficiencies. This quality oriented process is different than when the Commissioning Authority does l 00% checking or non-quality-based sampling. Guideline O has been developed to present an approach based on these assumptions.
The Commissioning Process begins at project inception (during the Pre-Design Phase) and continues for the life of the facility (through the Occupancy and Operations Phase). Because this Guideline details a process, it can be applied to both new and renovation projects. The Commissioning Process includes specific tasks to be conducted during each phase in order to verify that design, construction, and training meet the Owner s Project Requirements. This Guideline describes the overall Commissioning Process in order to provide a uniform, integrated, and consistent approach for delivering and operating facilities that meet an owner s ongoing requirements. The Commissioning Process is a quality-based method that is adopted by an Owner to achieve successful construction projects.
It is not an additional layer of construction or project management. In fact, its purpose is to reduce the cost of delivering construction projects and increase value to owners, occupants, and users. This Guideline has been developed to assist those who are adopting or plan to adopt a better quality-based and cost-effective process.