Thanks for attending our recent Building Commissioning Lunch & Learn

Thank you to everyone who attended the CES Commissioning Lunch & Learn last Friday.  I hope you left with a good understanding of what Commissioning is and how your facility and organazation can benefit from Commissioning.  I also hope that the time we spent exploring commissioning scenarios will help you identify Commissioning opportunities in your organization.

Commissioning takes multiple forms, Commissioning, Retro-Commissioning, and Continuous Commissioning. Generally, as you move from the “one time” Retro-Commissioning towards Continuous Commissioning, more value and ROI is realized. 

We discussed What is Commissioning (Cx)? Systems to be Commissioned, New Buildings – ASHRAE 202 Cx Process Steps and Examples, and  Existing Buildings – Energy Audit / Retro-Cx Process Steps and Examples.  

If you would like help assessing and planning your organization’s commissioning strategy, feel free to contact me at

If you would like the a copy of the slide deck that we presented, you can by clicking below.


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Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. is an award-winning, self performing provider and recognized leader in Design Build and Maintain Mechanical Contracting and Plumbing; providing a full range of advanced HVAC commercial, healthcare, and industrial services, including mechanical engineering design, mechanical construction, plumbing, IAQ, preventative maintenance and system maintenance throughout Florida.

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