Western Michigan University is actively involved in the commissioning process for our facilities. Commissioning is thereby viewed as an integral component to our success. To that end, the Facilities Management staff have committed themselves to providing the funds and manpower necessary for making campus commissioning efforts successful. The commissioning activity is in alignment with the Maintenance Services Division's mission statement:
"This group works to provide quality service in an efficient and professional manner to ensure building safety and comfort, and customer satisfaction."
Building commissioning performed in-house is a cooperative group effort by highly skilled technicians and design professionals. Together they form the campus commissioning group and as a team work to ensure that all building projects, both new and remodeled, are built per plans and specifications, and that equipment operates as designed and is serviceable.
Building commissioning at WMU began with the building performance team in May 1996 under the leadership of Gregory G. Roseboom. Those efforts continue today under the guidance of DeVon Miller, the Facilities Management building commissioning administrator. WMU brings together years of technical experience and concentrated commitment to campus commissioning efforts. Technical support managers, regional supervisors and skilled trades staff play an integral role to make building commissioning success one of our top priorities at WMU.