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The Value of Commissioning During the Construction Phase

With almost any project, a good deal of preparation and planning has gone into getting to this stage – the actual construction phase of the project. This is also the phase where the potential for future and sometimes permanent issues will arise. Communication is the key to success in most every phase of a project, but it is often critical in this phase.

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Retrocommissioning Services for Healthcare Facilities

RCxforHCRHealthcare facilities depend on complex, interconnected systems that must operate with precision and reliability. To identify and eliminate compromised performance and efficiency, we offer a comprehensive, systematic retrocommissioning (RCx) process to identify and implement cost-efficient operational and maintenance (O&M) improvements.

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Part 3: How Is the Cost of Doing Nothing Like Watching a Fastball Go Down the Middle?

EnergywithwordsWith spring comes America’s favorite pastime: baseball. For many people, there’s nothing better than sitting in your favorite ballpark, watching your favorite team on a sunny day with a hot dog in one hand and an ice cold drink in the other. In honor of this tradition, we’re exploring how the cost of doing nothing is like watching a fastball go down the middle.

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The Value of Commissioning During the Design Phase

The value that the commissioning process can add to a construction project is likely the greatest during the design phase before a building or building system is actually built. Without exception, the easiest and least expensive modifications that can be made to a building system are ones that are made on paper before materials and equipment are purchased. 

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Part 2: What Do Hitting a Curve Ball and Retrocommissioning Have in Common?

EnergywithwordsWith spring comes America’s favorite pastime: baseball. For many people, there’s nothing better than sitting in your favorite ballpark, watching your favorite team on a sunny day with a hot dog in one hand and an ice cold drink in the other. In honor of this tradition, we’re exploring what hitting a curve ball and retrocommissioning have in common.

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Tags: Energy Services