North Carolina Commissioning Services
New & Existing Building Commissioning
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What is Retro-Commissioning?
Retro Commissioning simply applies the commissioning process to buildings and systems that haven't been commissioned before. Unlike new construction commissioning, RCx often includes an energy performance study, which produces a list of Energy Conservation Measures (ECM's) so owners can make no cost and/or cost-effective upgrades to their equipment/systems.
RetroCx is for an existing building that has never been commissioned.
Employs a total facility component and systems deficiency analysis to create a Commissioning Plan.
May or may not emphasize returning the facility to its original design intent.
What are the Objectives of the Process?
The following have been identified by owners as the primary objectives for retro-commissioning a project:
Bring equipment to its proper operational state
Reduce occupant complaints
Reduce O&M staff time spent on emergency calls
Reduce energy and demand costs
Improve system operation: beyond preventive maintenance
Improve building documentation
Improve indoor environmental quality (IEQ)
Increase equipment life
Increase asset value
Increase tenant satisfaction
Why Choose Commissioning WorCx for Retro-Commissioning?
Commissioning WorCx's philosophy is to work with what you have. This means you won't be purchasing new equipment or BAS systems unless it is absolutely necessary.
The depth and breadth of our field experience provides you immediate low or no/cost corrective actions with just a simple facility walkthrough and access to the BAS. Your energy consumption and bottom line are improved without expensive energy modeling and analysis.
We have been involved with energy analysis and conservation since 2003, with experience in ASHRAE Levels I & II Auditing, which means the list of Energy Conservation Measures provided to you are thorough and accurate.
Commissioning WorCx has coordinated over 100 projects that integrate new central plants into existing building systems and/or remodels. This experience ensures a smooth and optimal transition when purchasing large equipment and integrating it into existing systems is necessary. You'll get fewer vendor call backs, which saves your bottom line.