We provide Commissioning services including those that address requirements according to the LEED® rating system.
Basic Commissioning Services consist of three phases as follows:
- Phase I: Design Phase
- Phase II: Construction Phase
- Phase III: Post-Construction Phase
BEE will act as the commissioning authority to review the basis of design documentation, owner project’s requirement, draft the testing checklists, make the testing plan, execute corresponding onsite sample tests and measurements, review and analyze testing results, fix or improve deficiencies of building systems and, ultimately, provide operation and maintenance training to the facilities team. We will develop, manage and document a commissioning plan to verify that the owner’s project requirements and the requirements of design are satisfied.
In order to meet the LEED v4 Certification requirements, BEE now offers Monitoring-based Commissioning (MBCx) service which is an ongoing performance analysis of an operational building. MBCx integrates three key components:
- Permanent energy monitoring systems
- Real-time Energy Analysis
- On-going commissioning
Our Monitoring-based Commissioning plan includes the following:
- Meters and meter locations
- Predictive algorithms
- Action plans
- Ongoing documentation of issues
- Ongoing operation and occupant training.
This service allows us to identify unusual energy or power consumption patterns as they occur. MBCx is most cost-effective when the metering and energy analysis software are integrated into the initial design of a space, but can also be applied post construction and on LEED for Existing Buildings (EB) Projects.