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Commissioning Requirements in Building Codes and Standards – Where and What is Included?

Description

Recent building codes and related standards have begun to include requirements for testing and commissioning. Many also reference ASHRAE Standard 202, The Commissioning Process for Buildings and Systems. This session reviews many essential documents and outlines their commissioning requirements, along with the application procedures. Since commissioning is now included in building code requirements, the correct performance of the commissioning process is even more important. These code requirements are not all the same or even necessarily coordinated, thus a personal interface with, and instruction of, the enforcement authorities becomes critical.

Contributors

  • Gerald Kettler, PE, CCP, LEED AP Fellow, CxA, CPMP, REM

    Gerald J. Kettler has over 45 years of management and professional level experience in the design, construction, testing, commissioning, and operation of physical facilities. He is a licensed professional engineer in 9 states and certified in many specialties including commissioning, test and balance and environmental management. He has performed commissioning provider and other USGBC LEED administration functions for over 300 LEED projects and is a LEED Fellow. He has been active on many ASHRAE and other organizations’ committees that develop industry wide guidelines, codes and standards. He served as chair of the ASHRAE SSPC 300 committee on Commissioning and the ICC Guideline 4 committee developing commissioning instructions for building officials. “Jerry” is the author of the BCxA/ASHRAE publication, “Commissioning Stakeholder’s Guide.”

August 3, 2020
Mon 9:10 AM PDT

Duration 1H 0M

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