Commissioning Management

The main objective of commissioning management is to manage the overall commissioning activities. This includes programming, commissionability, method statements, progress/coordination meetings, services inspection/reporting, witnessing of commissioning/controls and arranging client tuition to achieve project completion date.

The commissioning programmes produced by building services installers and their sub contractors are frequently over optimistic and uncoordinated. They assume that others will co-operate in providing water, gas, electricity supplies and a weather tight building with unobstructed access and a dust free environment. A risk of project overrun will exist unless the interdependencies of all the building services systems and plant are identified, together with their integration with ongoing construction activities. This complex and often highly fragmented part of the construction process demands good management which reduces the possibility of increased costs due to programme overruns.

The commissioning manager needs to be involved as early as possible in the project to ensure that the design is commissionable and ensure the services installations progress in line to give ‘systems ready to commission’.

At Verisys we provide the quality staff needed for such a demanding role. Verisys provides a truly effective addition to your own Project Team by influencing the activities of everyone involved in order to make the building operate successfully by:

  • Checking design and installation drawings for ‘commissionability’;
  • Preparing coordinated Commissioning and Testing Programmes;
  • Monitor the installations during construction;
  • Organising/chairing meetings in respect to commissioning;
  • Conducting building fabric surveys;
  • Witness all commissioning and testing activities for systems and equipment;
  • Collation of all commissioning and test results;
  • Co-ordination and facilitating client tuition.