What is commissioning?
Individuals at Western Michigan University through coordinated actions are responsible for implementing the commissioning process. The commissioning definitions document explains the process though its guidelines, which focus on enhancing the delivery of a project. The process focuses upon verifying and documenting the facility and all of its systems and assemblies are planned, designed, installed, tested, operated and maintained to meet the owner's project requirements.
What is the commissioning plan?
The commissioning plan is to be used for the legacy collections center project. The goal, intent, requirement and timing of the process are included in the commissioning plan to provide a guide on how the process is to be executed and documented.
What are the building system codes and standards?
To understand the structural systems and mechanical systems the legacy collections facility building systems narrative will provide the requirements to the Michigan code standards. We are currently working on the legacy project requirements.
What are the commissioning specifications?
Commissioning specifications help quality-focused processes for both non-complex and complex modern projects. Normally the initial commissioning team and a team leader is involved from project initiation through one year of occupancy. In many cases, and ideally, there is an ongoing building enhancing and commissioning program and team for the life of the building.
What is the commissioning process flow chart?
The commissioning process flow chart involves multiple steps through the use of functional performance testing, documentation and correction processes.
What is commissioning functional testing?
The functional test provides a checklist to ensure safety and reliable performances.