Existing Building Commissioning: A Case Study

This article was originally published in Papyrus. Papyrus is IAMFA’s magazine, which is published three times a year and features new technological developments that showcase museum construction/ refits and keeps membership up to date on all things IAMFA. Authors: Ryan S. Lean, PE, LEED AP, CCP Molly H. Dee, LEED GA, WELL AP JB&B The […]

Grow Your Business with Analytics: How to Leverage Data for Wider Margins

By Brice Kosnik, CEO and Co-Founder BuildPulse Moving away from project-based work and toward recurring revenue and long-term client engagement is a top priority for consultants and service-oriented companies. By thinking of your commissioning business as an ongoing partnership between advisor and client, you can stay relevant by providing continuous value while growing recurring revenue […]

CCP / CCF Congratulations: June 2017

BCxA would like to congratulate the following individuals and organizations on achieving Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP) and Certified Commissioning Firm (CCF) designation. These individuals and firms join the ranks of the most qualified commissioning providers in the industry. Excellent work! New CCPs Taylor A. Thompson, RMF Engineering, Charlotte, NC CCP Renewals Thomas Anderson, Cx Associates, LLC, Burlington, VT Daniel Bryant, […]

Relationships and Trust Are the Key to Successful Cx Projects

 By John Villani, P.E., CCP, CEM, LEED AP “It is comforting to know you and your team are on board!” A project manager at one of our firm’s long-term university clients—a person we have worked with on many projects—recently sent me an e-mail containing that comment. “Wow,” I thought, “that’s quite a compliment!” As I […]

Part 2 – BCxA’s Essential Attributes

By Kent Barber, PE, CCP, LEED AP – Managing Principal – Keithly Barber Associates. PART 2 OF 2 Last week I wrote about the history and value of the BCxA’s Essential Attributes of Commissioning. The BCxA’s Essential Attributes of Building Commissioning are 2 decades old. Here’s the question—Are they still relevant? Consider this: Compare the Essential […]