The focus of retrocommissioning is to return your building’s systems to design standard performance

Retro-commissioning is a process used on existing buildings to improve equipment and systems performance so they function better together.

Retro-commissioning can often address problems that occurred during the construction phase or issues that have developed throughout the building’s life.
Benefits include:
  • Improved system operation
  • Improved equipment performance
  • Energy Savings
  • Increased asset value
  • Improved occupant comfort and indoor air quality
  • Improved documentation

Cost Savings: Retro-commissioning can produce significant cost savings in existing buildings. Savings vary depending on the building type, its location, and the scope of the retro-commissioning process.

Depending on the age of the building, retro-commissioning can often resolve problems that occurred during design or construction, or address problems that have developed throughout the building’s life.

All forms of building commissioning share the same goals: to produce a building that meets the unique needs of its owner and occupants, operates as efficiently as possible, provides a safe, comfortable work environment.