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Commissioning

Why Commissioning?

 

 

 Why Commissioning                                                                                                                            (ASHRAE/IES Standard 202P)

Types of Commissioning

 There are two primary types of commissioning: 

  1. New construction
  2. Existing building.

 

ProService can offer a full execution and documentation for a new construction besides re-commissioning (performing commissioning activities on an existing building that had once been commissioned) and retro-commissioning (performing commissioning on a building that had never been commissioned).

Commissioning is a quality assurance-based process that delivers preventive and predictive maintenance plans, tailored operating manuals, and training procedures. Essentially, the commissioning process formalizes review and integration of all project expectations during planning, design, construction, and occupancy phases by inspection and functional performance testing, and oversight of operator training and record documentation.

 

Commissioning Phases

 It consists of Pre-design, Design, Construction and Occupancy& Operation. Each phase has a unique strategy in its activities, Documents and Objectives.

 

ProService activities during different commissioning phases

  1. Assist in the development of the Owner’s Project Requirement (OPR).
  2. Assist in development of a Basis of Design (BOD) Document.
  3. Develop Draft Commissioning Plan.
  4. Review Design Development Documents.
  5. Review final Construction Documents.
  6. Develop Commissioning Plan.
  7. Develop System Verification /Installation Checklists.
  8. Conduct an orientation meeting with contractors to explain the Commissioning Plan, their responsibilities & Installation Checklists.
  9. Review applicable product/equipment submittals.
  10. Develop Functional Performance Checklists and Documents.
  11. Monitor Contractor system startup.
  12. Oversee Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) effort and review TAB report.
  13. Confirm Installation Verification.
  14. Conduct Functional Performance Tests.
  15. Track problem issues to resolution.
  16. Develop and maintain an “Issues Log”.
  17. Participate in identifying Owner training needs and assist in coordinating trainings.
  18. Prepare and submit final Commissioning Report including System Manual to the Owner.
  19. Attend warranty meetings and assist in resolving any issues regarding commissioned systems.
  20. Chair or attend Commissioning meetings as required and provide commissioning reports to owner during the project.
  21. Perform additional Functional Performance Tests within the tenth month period following project completion.

 

Commissioned Facilities

 -Typical Facilities which can be commissioned include:

  • Office Buildings.
  • Hospital and Institutional Facilities.
  • Schools and Universities.
  • Business Parks and Campuses.
  • Retail Shopping Malls.
  • Airports.
  • Convention Centers and Meeting Halls.
  • Industrial Complexes.
  • Research Laboratories.
  • Manufacturing Facilities.
  • Industrial Control Rooms.
  • Industrial Processes.
  • Pulp & Paper Plants.
  • Sewerage & Water Treatment Plants.
  • Government Facilities.
  • Military Installations.
  • Power and Utility Plants.

 

- Systems include, but are not limited to:

  • Chillers, Cooling Towers, and Pumps
  • Air Handling Equipment
  • VAV Air Conditioning Systems,
  • Building Automation Systems,
  • Boilers,
  • Lighting Systems,
  • Laboratory Systems,
  • Fume Exhaust Systems,
  • Water Distribution Systems,
  • Nurse Call Systems,
  • Paging Systems,
  • School Intercom Systems,
  • Security Systems,
  • Life Safety Systems,
  • Electrical Distribution Systems,
  • Data/Communications Systems,
  • Waste Treatment Systems,
  • Building Envelope.

 

ProService will ensure that all systems are designed, installed, programmed, started, and are properly operating per the Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR) and the Design Team’s Basis of Design (BOD).

 

Commissioning Team

Commissioning Team

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What is Commissioning?

 A quality-oriented process for achieving, verifying and documenting that the performance of facilities, systems and assemblies meet defined objectives and criteria.                (ASHRAE Guideline 0 – 2005)

  Why Commissioning?

 Why Commissioning                                                                                                                            (ASHRAE/IES Standard 202P)

Types of Commissioning

 There are two primary types of commissioning: 

  1. New construction
  2. Existing building.

 

ProService can offer a full execution and documentation for a new construction besides re-commissioning (performing commissioning activities on an existing building that had once been commissioned) and retro-commissioning (performing commissioning on a building that had never been commissioned).

Commissioning is a quality assurance-based process that delivers preventive and predictive maintenance plans, tailored operating manuals, and training procedures. Essentially, the commissioning process formalizes review and integration of all project expectations during planning, design, construction, and occupancy phases by inspection and functional performance testing, and oversight of operator training and record documentation.

 

Commissioning Phases

 It consists of Pre-design, Design, Construction and Occupancy& Operation. Each phase has a unique strategy in its activities, Documents and Objectives.

 

ProService activities during different commissioning phases

  1. Assist in the development of the Owner’s Project Requirement (OPR).
  2. Assist in development of a Basis of Design (BOD) Document.
  3. Develop Draft Commissioning Plan.
  4. Review Design Development Documents.
  5. Review final Construction Documents.
  6. Develop Commissioning Plan.
  7. Develop System Verification /Installation Checklists.
  8. Conduct an orientation meeting with contractors to explain the Commissioning Plan, their responsibilities & Installation Checklists.
  9. Review applicable product/equipment submittals.
  10. Develop Functional Performance Checklists and Documents.
  11. Monitor Contractor system startup.
  12. Oversee Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) effort and review TAB report.
  13. Confirm Installation Verification.
  14. Conduct Functional Performance Tests.
  15. Track problem issues to resolution.
  16. Develop and maintain an “Issues Log”.
  17. Participate in identifying Owner training needs and assist in coordinating trainings.
  18. Prepare and submit final Commissioning Report including System Manual to the Owner.
  19. Attend warranty meetings and assist in resolving any issues regarding commissioned systems.
  20. Chair or attend Commissioning meetings as required and provide commissioning reports to owner during the project.
  21. Perform additional Functional Performance Tests within the tenth month period following project completion.

 

Commissioned Facilities

 -Typical Facilities which can be commissioned include:

  • Office Buildings.
  • Hospital and Institutional Facilities.
  • Schools and Universities.
  • Business Parks and Campuses.
  • Retail Shopping Malls.
  • Airports.
  • Convention Centers and Meeting Halls.
  • Industrial Complexes.
  • Research Laboratories.
  • Manufacturing Facilities.
  • Industrial Control Rooms.
  • Industrial Processes.
  • Pulp & Paper Plants.
  • Sewerage & Water Treatment Plants.
  • Government Facilities.
  • Military Installations.
  • Power and Utility Plants.

 

- Systems include, but are not limited to:

  • Chillers, Cooling Towers, and Pumps
  • Air Handling Equipment
  • VAV Air Conditioning Systems,
  • Building Automation Systems,
  • Boilers,
  • Lighting Systems,
  • Laboratory Systems,
  • Fume Exhaust Systems,
  • Water Distribution Systems,
  • Nurse Call Systems,
  • Paging Systems,
  • School Intercom Systems,
  • Security Systems,
  • Life Safety Systems,
  • Electrical Distribution Systems,
  • Data/Communications Systems,
  • Waste Treatment Systems,
  • Building Envelope.

 

ProService will ensure that all systems are designed, installed, programmed, started, and are properly operating per the Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR) and the Design Team’s Basis of Design (BOD).

 

Commissioning Team

Commissioning Team

" >

 Why Commissioning?

 

 Why Commissioning                                                                                                                            (ASHRAE/IES Standard 202P)

Types of Commissioning

 There are two primary types of commissioning: 

  1. New construction
  2. Existing building.

 

ProService can offer a full execution and documentation for a new construction besides re-commissioning (performing commissioning activities on an existing building that had once been commissioned) and retro-commissioning (performing commissioning on a building that had never been commissioned).

Commissioning is a quality assurance-based process that delivers preventive and predictive maintenance plans, tailored operating manuals, and training procedures. Essentially, the commissioning process formalizes review and integration of all project expectations during planning, design, construction, and occupancy phases by inspection and functional performance testing, and oversight of operator training and record documentation.

 

Commissioning Phases

 It consists of Pre-design, Design, Construction and Occupancy& Operation. Each phase has a unique strategy in its activities, Documents and Objectives.

 

ProService activities during different commissioning phases

  1. Assist in the development of the Owner’s Project Requirement (OPR).
  2. Assist in development of a Basis of Design (BOD) Document.
  3. Develop Draft Commissioning Plan.
  4. Review Design Development Documents.
  5. Review final Construction Documents.
  6. Develop Commissioning Plan.
  7. Develop System Verification /Installation Checklists.
  8. Conduct an orientation meeting with contractors to explain the Commissioning Plan, their responsibilities & Installation Checklists.
  9. Review applicable product/equipment submittals.
  10. Develop Functional Performance Checklists and Documents.
  11. Monitor Contractor system startup.
  12. Oversee Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) effort and review TAB report.
  13. Confirm Installation Verification.
  14. Conduct Functional Performance Tests.
  15. Track problem issues to resolution.
  16. Develop and maintain an “Issues Log”.
  17. Participate in identifying Owner training needs and assist in coordinating trainings.
  18. Prepare and submit final Commissioning Report including System Manual to the Owner.
  19. Attend warranty meetings and assist in resolving any issues regarding commissioned systems.
  20. Chair or attend Commissioning meetings as required and provide commissioning reports to owner during the project.
  21. Perform additional Functional Performance Tests within the tenth month period following project completion.

 

Commissioned Facilities

 -Typical Facilities which can be commissioned include:

  • Office Buildings.
  • Hospital and Institutional Facilities.
  • Schools and Universities.
  • Business Parks and Campuses.
  • Retail Shopping Malls.
  • Airports.
  • Convention Centers and Meeting Halls.
  • Industrial Complexes.
  • Research Laboratories.
  • Manufacturing Facilities.
  • Industrial Control Rooms.
  • Industrial Processes.
  • Pulp & Paper Plants.
  • Sewerage & Water Treatment Plants.
  • Government Facilities.
  • Military Installations.
  • Power and Utility Plants.

 

- Systems include, but are not limited to:

  • Chillers, Cooling Towers, and Pumps
  • Air Handling Equipment
  • VAV Air Conditioning Systems,
  • Building Automation Systems,
  • Boilers,
  • Lighting Systems,
  • Laboratory Systems,
  • Fume Exhaust Systems,
  • Water Distribution Systems,
  • Nurse Call Systems,
  • Paging Systems,
  • School Intercom Systems,
  • Security Systems,
  • Life Safety Systems,
  • Electrical Distribution Systems,
  • Data/Communications Systems,
  • Waste Treatment Systems,
  • Building Envelope.

 

ProService will ensure that all systems are designed, installed, programmed, started, and are properly operating per the Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR) and the Design Team’s Basis of Design (BOD).

 

Commissioning Team

Commissioning Team

" >

What is Commissioning?

 A quality-oriented process for achieving, verifying and documenting that the performance of facilities, systems and assemblies meet defined objectives and criteria.                (ASHRAE Guideline 0 – 2005)

  Why Commissioning?

 Why Commissioning                                                                                                                            (ASHRAE/IES Standard 202P)

Types of Commissioning

 There are two primary types of commissioning: 

  1. New construction
  2. Existing building.

 

ProService can offer a full execution and documentation for a new construction besides re-commissioning (performing commissioning activities on an existing building that had once been commissioned) and retro-commissioning (performing commissioning on a building that had never been commissioned).

Commissioning is a quality assurance-based process that delivers preventive and predictive maintenance plans, tailored operating manuals, and training procedures. Essentially, the commissioning process formalizes review and integration of all project expectations during planning, design, construction, and occupancy phases by inspection and functional performance testing, and oversight of operator training and record documentation.

 

Commissioning Phases

 It consists of Pre-design, Design, Construction and Occupancy& Operation. Each phase has a unique strategy in its activities, Documents and Objectives.

 

ProService activities during different commissioning phases

  1. Assist in the development of the Owner’s Project Requirement (OPR).
  2. Assist in development of a Basis of Design (BOD) Document.
  3. Develop Draft Commissioning Plan.
  4. Review Design Development Documents.
  5. Review final Construction Documents.
  6. Develop Commissioning Plan.
  7. Develop System Verification /Installation Checklists.
  8. Conduct an orientation meeting with contractors to explain the Commissioning Plan, their responsibilities & Installation Checklists.
  9. Review applicable product/equipment submittals.
  10. Develop Functional Performance Checklists and Documents.
  11. Monitor Contractor system startup.
  12. Oversee Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) effort and review TAB report.
  13. Confirm Installation Verification.
  14. Conduct Functional Performance Tests.
  15. Track problem issues to resolution.
  16. Develop and maintain an “Issues Log”.
  17. Participate in identifying Owner training needs and assist in coordinating trainings.
  18. Prepare and submit final Commissioning Report including System Manual to the Owner.
  19. Attend warranty meetings and assist in resolving any issues regarding commissioned systems.
  20. Chair or attend Commissioning meetings as required and provide commissioning reports to owner during the project.
  21. Perform additional Functional Performance Tests within the tenth month period following project completion.

 

Commissioned Facilities

 -Typical Facilities which can be commissioned include:

  • Office Buildings.
  • Hospital and Institutional Facilities.
  • Schools and Universities.
  • Business Parks and Campuses.
  • Retail Shopping Malls.
  • Airports.
  • Convention Centers and Meeting Halls.
  • Industrial Complexes.
  • Research Laboratories.
  • Manufacturing Facilities.
  • Industrial Control Rooms.
  • Industrial Processes.
  • Pulp & Paper Plants.
  • Sewerage & Water Treatment Plants.
  • Government Facilities.
  • Military Installations.
  • Power and Utility Plants.

 

- Systems include, but are not limited to:

  • Chillers, Cooling Towers, and Pumps
  • Air Handling Equipment
  • VAV Air Conditioning Systems,
  • Building Automation Systems,
  • Boilers,
  • Lighting Systems,
  • Laboratory Systems,
  • Fume Exhaust Systems,
  • Water Distribution Systems,
  • Nurse Call Systems,
  • Paging Systems,
  • School Intercom Systems,
  • Security Systems,
  • Life Safety Systems,
  • Electrical Distribution Systems,
  • Data/Communications Systems,
  • Waste Treatment Systems,
  • Building Envelope.

 

ProService will ensure that all systems are designed, installed, programmed, started, and are properly operating per the Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR) and the Design Team’s Basis of Design (BOD).

 

Commissioning Team

Commissioning Team