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Technology Systems Commissioning

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Building technology systems are not only networks and WiFi, they also include life safety and security. Building owners are often getting involved with the design/delivery of technology systems and construction processes for the first time, and general contractors often do not have technology-specific staff to handle complex systems oversight and commissioning. Technology Cx providers can help guide the systems to successful completion and desired maintainable outcomes. Operations of technology systems can include the security for all of a building’s occupants. Technology commissioning is essential to reduce schedule slips, change orders, and operating costs and to free up owner staff to concentrate on the mission along with the equipment maintenance. Technology systems will be upgraded or completely replaced on a 4-5yr life cycle. Extending lifecycle time through proper design, care, and maintenance is imperative. The presenter will join in discussion with the audience about technology commissioning and its application to typical MEP Cx work.


  • Randal Gruberman, PE, RCDD

    Randal (Randy) Gruberman PE, RCDD, CxA is a 24-year veteran in the technology industry. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force as a satellite-wideband communications systems journeyman. Randy earned his way up in the military to install inside plant (ISP) infrastructure and outside plant (OSP) infrastructure for the DoD and intelligence agencies. Transitioning to the civilian sector, Randy pursued his electrical engineering degree while working as a central office and long haul fiber optic installer, foreman, and estimator in the technology industry for various contractors and owners. Since graduating college, Randy has worked on both the consultant and owner side, bringing his understanding of design and commissioning technology systems to his projects and clients. Randy has been awarded 4 patents in the Internet of Things and has two young children Parker (2) and Harper (10mo).

August 10, 2020
Mon 10:20 AM PDT

Duration 1H 0M

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