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MY BCxA-BUILT TRAINING DEPARTMENT

By Candice B. Rogers, MBA, CCP, CxA, LEED AP BD+C, PALADIN As president of a mid-size firm specializing in building commissioning, I am constantly working to hone our competitive edge. After all, we are pursuing a finite number of potential clients in a state with several reputable firms, so we must maintain a distinct point of difference. […]

How Does The National Agenda On Resiliency Affect Your Commissioning Business?

By Liz Fischer, Executive Director With a new focus on federal regulations, resilience, cyber security and how the federal budget is spent, I wonder what the impact will be on the profession and practice of building commissioning. Does it – can it – affect your profession? Yes it can, it does, and it will. The […]

Spotlight: Dan Forino

Not every New York kid gets to design a fire hydrant, but that’s what Dan Forino did for his first college engineering internship. His next internship included getting out into the field with a forensic team, where he realized that fieldwork and troubleshooting were much more interesting for a guy who doesn’t like to sit […]

BCxA University Introduces Certificate Program

BCxA is proud to announce BCxA University and the new Commissioning Provider Certificate Program. BCxA has always been a trusted resource for Best Practices and training and education for commissioning providers (CxP). BCxA University offers learning opportunities for everyone in the building community and is especially valuable for people who are, or want to become, […]

President Bruce Pitts: On Value

Dear BCxA Members and Commissioning Stakeholders, I’ve been involved in building commissioning since long before it had a name of its own. I like to say I didn’t choose commissioning as a career path – it chose me because, like you, I cared deeply about the quality of my projects, solving problems, and working with […]