Whether you have plans for constructing a new structure or refurbishing an existing one, the process ofcommissioning is vital to the completion of the project.
Once your project is near its end, a commissioning service will be needed to ensure that all of the energy consuming components installed are running correctly and are meeting required specifications. It is in your best interest to work with a licensed mechanical engineer for a successful outcome.
What is Commissioning?
Illustrating itsthoroughness, commissioning involves documenting, testing and verifying that systems are operating as they should and are fully functional. A professional commissioning team will also go the extra mile by training on-site staff in how to properly operate all components.
Our team will ensure you’re getting peak performance from your:
- Heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration units
- Lighting and day lighting controls
- Renewable energy efforts
- Water use and conversation unit
There are actually different types of commissioning – all of which are provided by the highly qualified mechanical engineers at K2D.
For structures built before the establishment of required standards, the process of retro-commissioning involves identifying potential deficiencies and developing and initiating resolutions to bring them up to speed.
Even buildings that have been commissioned will most likely need a bit of adjustment over time. As the building ages and technologies change, it’s only natural that components require maintenance and attention to keep them in balance.
This highly effective approach ensures that maintenance costs are kept low and system operation remains at peak performance.
How Can K2D Help?
When selecting a commissioning service provider, it’s vital that you select a trusted name. Here at K2D, our team is professionally experienced, licensed and fully-trained. We are a trusted source utilized by many satisfied clients for top-notch service.We’re proud of the reputation we’ve earned in helping building owners in California, Arizona, Washington, Colorado, and Nevada ensure they’re structures are up to code.
If you’re looking for a trusted mechanical engineer in Los Angeles and surrounding areas, contact K2D to find out how we can help you save money through our commissioning services at 310.935.3773 or you can reach us via email and through our online contact page.