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Campus Utility Systems, Part 2: Chilled Water Systems

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This is the second of a 4-part webinar series on the commissioning of campus utility systems. Part 2 describes the role of the commissioning provider (CxP) in the design, procurement, installation, and performance testing of campus chilled water (CHW) systems.
Commissioning the chillers, cooling towers, pumps and campus chilled water distribution system is a key requirement during the design, construction, and start-up of campus central utility services. The size and complexity of these systems requires early participation of the CxP and continued involvement throughout the project.
Part 2 addresses what to look for during the commissioning design review, the submittal review process, and the installation of the campus equipment and systems. This includes a focus on the distribution and tie-in requirements for campus buildings and utility users.
This segment also touches upon the CxP’s responsibilities during functional and integrated system testing, and how commissioning can assure the system meets the design requirements and performance criteria.


  • Harry Koons III, LEED AP, CxA – Precis Commissioning

    Harry Koons is the Director of Commissioning Services of Precis Commissioning, Inc., a privately owned commissioning and qualification services company and WBENC-certified Women’s Business Enterprise and Woman Owned Small Business. Harry has more than 25 years of experience in designing and commissioning building systems. Throughout his career, he has completed commissioning projects for laboratories, higher education, healthcare, chemical and pharmaceutical clients, where his focus on quality, safety, energy and operational efficiency, team building and cost savings are key project success indicators. His mechanical engineering background affords him a thorough knowledge of system design, start-up and operational requirements and equipment troubleshooting. Harry holds an associate’s degree from Delaware County Community College, is a former member of the United States Air Force, is a LEED Accredited Professional and a certified Commissioning Authority (CxA). He is a member of the Building Commissioning Association Best Practices Committee.

April 13, 2020
Mon 10:00 AM PDT

Duration 1H 0M

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