Existing Building Commissioning

Existing building commissioning, or retro-commissioning as it is called often, is completed on building systems that have not been commissioned previously. Both existing and new building commissioning processes should be considered a risk management opportunity and tool.

The retro-commissioning process will help ensure that that the owner of the company acquires the results that he/she paid and asked for. The process will also help detect and correct any out-standing problems at the facility. The main agenda in this process is to set up the company’s systems to a fully functional, reliable, and maintainable state of condition.

Recommissioning Process

Normally, recommissioning is best utilized during a project’s planning and design phases. When this is performed during these phases, the result is better operation and lower energy use.

However, to help make sure your facility stays running at its peak performance, you should perform preventative maintenance to your building. The recommissioning process, which includes running diagnostics and checking the systems, is a proactive and preventative approach to long-term and sustainable operation. It is very important as it will help keep your company operations fully-optimized and keep you in control of your building.

For more information regarding retro-commissioning or recommissioning, please contact a Bureau Veritas Primary Integration representative from one of our locations near Charlotte, Dallas, San Francisco or Washington DC.

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