• The CxA, retained and reporting directly to the Owner, oversees the LEED Commissioning Process from the beginning of the project to the post-occupancy phase.
  • The Commissioning Agent is responsible for the day-to-day coordination of commissioning activities in accordance with construction documents.
  • Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) are three critical steps to achieving proper operation of HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) systems.
  • The decisions made during the design and construction phase of a project’s life cycle can set the stage for high operating efficiency and maximized occupant comfort and well being.
  • Building energy simulation is a useful tool in evaluating the energy and cost performance of energy conservation measures in the design and operation of buildings. In addition, building energy simulations are used for demonstrating compliance with building codes, green building rating systems, and incentive programs.
  • Buildings are operated for decades. The commitment to continuously assess the environmental performance of operating practices provides an opportunity to minimize greenhouse gas emissions and operating costs, while engaging building occupants in the promotion of a building they can be proud to call home or work in.