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The aim of the course is to enable Built Environment professionals to produce better buildings through improved management of the commissioning process.
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Whole-life value is ultimately a function of how well a building and its engineering systems perform and whether this can be sustained over the long-term. However, there is often a gap between client expectations, design intent and delivered performance. Many buildings are handed over in a state of poor operational readiness.
Management of the Commissioning Process will provide delegates with the knowledge to improve building control, energy use, equipment reliability, system durability, occupant comfort, worker productivity and environmental impact.and enhance project delivery through management of the commissioning process. The 8 stage process will start with a clear definition of the client's requirements and end with post-occupancy aftercare and in turn lead to buildings that:
The aim of the course is to enable Built Environment professionals to produce better buildings through improved management of the commissioning process. These better buildings will be operationally ready at handover, function in accordance with user and operator requirements and perform efficiently in use.
On completion of this course, delegates will be able to:
Who should attend
This course is intended for professionals involved in the design, construction and operation of the Built Environment. This includes building owners, building services consultants and contractors, architects, cost consultants, project managers, principal contractors and facilities managers.
Content and timings
- Preparation stage- Design stage- Pre-construction stage- Construction stage- Commissioing stage- Pre-handover stage- Initial occupation stage- Post-occupancy aftercare stage Registration and coffee will be at 0900. The course will start at 0930 and finish at 1700.
Delegates will be provided with a copy of all the slides presented, BSRIA publication BG11/2010 Commissioning Job Book and a BSRIA CPD certificate. Lunch and refreshments are provided.
Glenn Hawkins is a Building Services engineer with extensive international construction project experience. He has authored BSRIA publications about site productivity, project management and commissioning management.
This course can be run in-company. We can also customise courses to meet the training needs of your staff. For more information, or for a quote, contact training manager Mike Lee