Commissioning ensures that systems in your building are designed and function in the best way possible. It is required for most green building certifications and is increasingly mandated by state and local governments.
No matter how carefully a building is designed, if the systems, equipment, and materials are not installed and operating as intended, the building will not perform well.
In new developments, Bright Power begins commissioning during the design phase and continues through construction and occupancy. We follow an intensive process that ensures a new building functions optimally, and that building staff can operate its systems.
When installing new systems in existing buildings, commissioning is critical. Our rigorous process tests the new system and makes sure it is properly connected to what you already have. Without Bright Power’s commissioning process, you may not see the projected performance improvements or savings.
Retro-commissioning ensures that existing systems in your building are calibrated and performing at optimal effectiveness. Mandated more and more by state and local governments, retro-commissioning is one of the quickest, easiest, and highest-value efficiency upgrades owners and operators can make in their buildings.
But it’s no so simple task.
Optimal operation of high-efficiency equipment and systems requires highly trained engineers, rigorous maintenance, and refined tune-ups. Bright Power’s approach to retro-commissioning delivers reduced energy consumption, longer equipment life, and enhanced property values without requiring any significant equipment purchases or installations.
Continuous commissioning takes the guesswork out of facilities management. Bright Power’s MoBIUS® (Management of Building Information, Utilities, & Systems) energy management services utilize real-time energy monitoring and continuous commissioning to diagnose and reduce energy consumption.
Our technical experts and engineers analyze data to increase the efficiency of building systems. We act as an extension of your team to identify equipment that isn’t working optimally and develop solutions early on so that your building returns to peak operational performance quickly.