Recommissioning (RCX)

Optimize performance and occupant comfort

As operating and energy costs go up, tenants paying for those increases are demanding that building managers control expenditures while maintaining services. Fortunately, you can satisfy tenant demands and save energy and money with a process that includes energy management, recommissioning, energy monitoring and operator training.

Recommissioning is the monitoring and correction of operating procedures for a building’s systems to optimize performance and occupant comfort. For buildings where a commissioning process was conducted during construction (and documentation is available to use as reference), it’s an excellent option for boosting efficiency and overall quality. It can provide:

  • Improved energy efficiency
  • Training for building operators
  • Training for building managers
  • Operation and energy performance monitoring
  • Sustainability plan

Recommissioning ensures mechanical and electrical systems operate as efficiently as possible while maintaining occupant comfort. The CFMS program engages the building management team as well as tenants to reduce energy consumption and maintain results through monitoring and support. The CFMS program can provide an ROI of six months to three years.

Ready to make your building better?

Download our step-by-step outline of the CFMS recommissioning process or call us for a free consultation. We will be happy to evaluate your building and talk to you about the benefits of recommissioning.

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