Just arrived! New Building Commissioning Handbook, 3rd edition, now in stock!

We are excited to offer the long-awaited, completely revised and updated Building Commissioning Handbook, 3rd edition at a special introductory price right now!

Significantly expanded from the 2nd edition published 10 years ago, this Handbook adds detailed instructions on New Construction (NCCx), Existing Building (EBCx), Ongoing (OCx), and Building Enclosure (BECx) commissioning. This edition offers 348 pages of methods, strategies and point-by-point guidance for each phase and type of commissioning, along with plenty of tips for solving common (and some not-so-common) problems.

This is the first Handbook to include details for hands-on manual and monitoring-based OCx and BECx project management. Filled with examples, current references and resources, the Handbook provides

solid new information and advice for commissioning stakeholders like owners and their representatives, facility managers, and building operators.

The Appendix contains up-to-date templates, scope of work checklists, and task lists for owners, commissioning providers, design teams, construction teams, and equipment suppliers, as well as a special section on how to hire a commissioning team.

Written and peer reviewed by industry professionals, this easy-to-use manual is the authoritative resource for the commissioning of one building or managing a whole portfolio.

This initial offer is valid only for 2017, the price will rise on January 1, 2018. Order now for immediate delivery, or we’ll hold your copy for pickup at NCBC on October 16th!

About the Third Edition:

The 3rd edition of The Building Commissioning Handbook could not have been developed without the legacy of John A. Heinz, P.E., and Richard B. Casault, P.E., who wrote and edited the first two editions of the Handbook. The Building Commissioning Association and APPA, which both sponsored this and prior editions, gratefully acknowledge the work of Karl Stum, P.E., and Diana Bjørnskov as primary authors and editors of this Handbook, with significant contributions by industry professionals who provided subject matter authorship and singular expertise.



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