Re-commissioning is a proactive maintenance and management process that effectively reduces system down time and operational resources. Also known as Continuous Commissioning, Re-commissioning is applied in buildings where commissioning has previously been provided. This process is conducted every 2-3 years on an ongoing basis, to validate your buildings operational values & update the OPR with a CFR (Current Facilities Requirements), ensuring the Facility Manager’s staff & resources are utilizing applicable control documentation & receive additional support in bringing the MEP systems back to their peak efficiency. This may also provide additional LEED points under the Innovation in Design and/or Exemplary Performance credit categories, pending size and complexity of the Building and Energy systems.


We are pleased at the thorough manner with which your firm was able help us draft the OPR (Owner Project Requirements) and the knowledge that your work and the commissioning of this facility are done in behalf of the owner as an objective component of the project.
William HolmesMiami Jewish Health SystemsCMH, COS, CMM, SHS, MORS,