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Learn about the importance of commissioning and how to commission building services systems.
Commissioning is a vital phase in the production of building services systems and is defined as the advancement of an installation from the state of static completion to full working order to the specified requirements.
The importance of commissioning is often underestimated by design and construction teams and hence it is often neglected in the hurry to get the building completed on time.
This course explains commissioning procedures in air and water systems and provides detailed examples of their implementation in real projects.
"Very in-depth information" - Connar Nice, Heating Engineer, Water Treatment & Commissioning Services Ltd
"I found the whole course really interesting and especially the pipe systems" Suhanya Balasingham, Graduate Engineer, Mott MacDonald Ltd
This course will help professionals in the building industry: building owners, design professionals, M&E installers, pre-commission cleaning contractors, and commissioning specialists. You may also be an building energy performance assessor or required to witness commissioning. A basic understanding of the layout of pipework and ductwork systems is required.
Martin is a Chartered Building Services Engineer and has spent 13 years as a senior lecturer teaching mechanical building services. Read Martin's full profile.
1 day course
6 CPD hrs
BSRIA Certified Course
Delegates are provided with a copy of BSRIA Guides BG 2/2010 Commissioning Water Systems and BG 49/2015 Commissioning Air Systems.
Please be advised this course requires a minimum of 5 delegates. Should we receive fewer bookings, BSRIA reserves the right to amend your booking to the next available date.
This course is available through the City and Guilds assured BSRIA Foundation Programme.