Commissioning isn't limited to new construction. Optimizing the performance of your existing building can help you qualify for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) existing building certification. It can also serve as a checkup for your facilities, verifying that systems are performing in line with your current expectations.
Our commissioning professionals identify any areas of "drift" — movement from where things should be — and put the building back on its best course. Our experience includes recommissioning more than 25 million square feet of facility space. Typically, our team will repeat the original commissioning process and monitor ongoing performance.
How Recommissioning Works
Recommissioning occurs when a building has already been delivered using the commissioning process. This may be a scheduled recommissioning, developed as part of an ongoing commissioning process, or it may be triggered by change of use, operations problems or other needs. Ideally, a plan for recommissioning is established as part of a new building's original commissioning process or an existing building's retro-commissioning process. You get the same systematic verification and documentation of your facility and systems.
You May Also Like:
- Firm Moves to No. 1 as Largest Commissioning Firm on Annual Commissioning Giants Ranking
- Burns & McDonnell Grows Commissioning Team in New Directions
- Burns & McDonnell is Nation's Third Largest Commissioning Firm
- Burns & McDonnell Manager Appointed AIA Commissioning Representative
- Burns & McDonnell Awarded Commissioning Services Contract for New National Geospatial-Intelligence...
- Burns & McDonnell Ranks 3rd on 2016 MEP Commissioning Giants Survey
- Burns & McDonnell Offers New Sustainable Design-Build Services
- Burns & McDonnell Ranks 6th on Latest MEP Giants Survey
Send Us a Note
David Meyers Commissioning Manager 314-682-1549