Construction Commissioning

Category: Construction Commissioning

Course Description

An incredibly diverse range of commercial, industrial, education, healthcare, transport, leisure and residential buildings are being constructed around the world. The one thing these buildings all have in common is that their clients need them to work correctly.

Commissioning is a quality assurance process which is used in construction to check a structure and its subsystems (such as air conditioning, fire protection, electrical, lighting, plumbing, heating, communication and security systems) to ensure the building meets the building owner’s/occupant’s expectations. It is part of project delivery and plays a crucial role, as commissioning is the 1% that impacts the other 99% of the building performance as required by the client.

This unique course will explain what commissioning is, why it is so important and how to put it into practice at each stage of a construction project – from pre-design to post-handover. 

On the course, delegates will be presented with best practice guidance and tools to take back to their workplaces and improve how buildings are commissioned.

Who Should Attend

This course has been developed for professionals involved in the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of the built environment. This includes:

  • Commissioning Coordinators/Agents/Managers
  • Quality Managers
  • Building Services Managers
  • Building/Premises Managers
  • Estates Managers
  • Property Developers
  • Property Owners
  • Project Managers
  • Pre-construction Managers
  • Construction Managers
  • Bid Managers
  • Contract Managers
  • Commercial Managers
  • Procurement Managers
  • Cost Consultants/Estimators
  • Planners/Programmers
  • Architects/Design Engineers
  • Design Managers
  • CAD Technicians
  • Site Engineers/Supervisors
  • Facilities Managers
  • Maintenance Engineers/Managers
  • LEED Designers
  • (MEP) Contractors and Consultants
  • Physical Asset Managers

Benefits Of Attending

  1. Understand what commissioning is and its connection to quality assurance
  2. Acknowledge the crucial role that commissioning plays in achieving the seven outcomes of construction projects
  3. Determine what the management of the commissioning process entails
  4. Explore the eight stages of the commissioning process and the key activities which should take place at each stage
  5. Discuss what documents should be used to put these activities into practice
  6. Share international best practice about the commissioning of buildings