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Cx Certification Testing – Remote Solution Now Available for CCP and ACP

The Building Commissioning Certification Board (www.bccbonline.org) is excited to announce that you can now schedule and sit for your exam from the safety and convenience of your home. Working with our exam administration partner, Prometric, the BCCB has implemented a remote proctoring solution that is available for all candidates to schedule immediately. To prepare for […]

Construction Workplace of the Future – Computation and Commissioning

Construction technology is an emerging subsector that requires workers with a “top-to-bottom understanding of the principles of good construction, project management and computer coding” — also known as computational engineers. A construction firm’s ability to review and capture relevant design data (from 3D BIM models, for example) and apply it to decision-making for construction procurement, […]

Final(ly)! LBNL/BCxA Cx Costs and Savings – 2004/2008/2018, 1500 North American Buildings

We are pleased to announce that on August 27th Elsevier (Science Direct) published the peer-reviewed final paper, Building Commissioning Costs and Savings Across Three Decades and 1500 North American Buildings. This paper is the result of a two-year collaborative effort between Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) and the Building Commissioning Association (BCxA) to acquire, analyze […]

Nonresidential Lending Ramps Up – Construction Market: Better Than You Thought?

The construction market – and thus the commissioning profession – is reputedly slower since the onset of COVID-19. But in the second quarter, U.S. banks had $380.61 billion in total construction loans on their books, according to regulatory filings, up 2.9% from the first quarter. Banks’ construction loans as a percentage of total loans and […]