Commissioning

Additional Resources
PDF Commissioning Product Sheet  
PDF Introduction to ARCHIBUS  

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"Having all our information computerized lets us run reports from previous years to calculate project costs. It also forces one point of contact, so we’re not getting three requests for the same thing. Despite a reduction in funding and no additional staff, we’ve found a way to do more with less."
Ralph Linne
Director of County Facilities
Hamilton County, OH (2013)

Commissioning

Collect, coordinate and share building information to identify and correct design/build issues prior to occupancy

Benefits

  • Streamlines the verification process that a facility and its systems meet the as-designed specifications and owner requirements
  • Provides the mechanism to identify and correct problems early in the design/build process
  • Reduces costs associated with post-occupancy troubleshooting, claims, and corrective work
  • Optimizes downstream building performance by providing the tools to support continuous improvement in energy and operational cost savings

Commissioning
ARCHIBUS Commissioning helps ensure smooth deployment of complex building systems and maintenance practices, resulting in fewer start-up issues and maintenance errors/omissions

Building owners are often hindered by the lack of effective and efficient communication during the design, construction and commissioning stages, resulting in unnecessary costs and operational inefficiencies. The ARCHIBUS Commissioning application helps solve this problem by capturing and coordinating graphic and non-graphic data – including Building Information Modeling (BIM), as-builts, shop drawings, maintenance manuals, space, and equipment information – in one central repository. The application makes all data elements searchable and accessible for viewing using a Web browser or a mobile device. And the application correlates all the information to confirm a facility and its systems meet the as-designed specifications. ARCHIBUS Commissioning also helps lower the costs associated with claims and corrective actions, as well as optimize downstream building system performance.