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Archive for the ‘Commissioning’ Category

Job Well Done — Ahead of Schedule

Project Name

Peak 10 Data Center Chilled Water Plant and Distribution System

Project Location

Alpharetta, Georgia

Project Team

Owner: Peak 10, Inc.

General Contractor: Balfour Beatty

Architect: Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc.

Engineer: Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc.

Subcontractor: McKenney’s, Inc.

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Commissioning: What It Is, What It Isn’t and Why Data Centers Can Be Tricky

You’re preserving more than your bottom line. It’s a common buzzword thrown around in the construction, design and energy industries. It’s a cohesive design process implemented in construction/design projects.

What is it?

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Retrocommissioning Heightens Efficiency

55-allen-plaza-001-phMcKenney’s monitored, analyzed and repaired existing mechanical systems in the Allen Plaza high-rise tower to improve energy efficiency.
Tags: Commissioning, Energy Services, Project Highlights

Is It Magic?

Commissioning

Do you know what the ultimate focus of commissioning is or should be on your project? Depending on your role in a project, you will certainly have wide variety of answers to this question – but if it is done correctly a facility owner or operator will know exactly what the effort produces for their facility and its occupants.

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Where does it end?

CommissioningIn the past I have discussed in great detail the “process” of commissioning and how commissioning is applied into construction projects.  I have also discussed the transition to operational stability as a building or facility becomes occupied and fully functional in its intended use.  So when does the commissioning process actually end? (more…)

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