At Osborn, we view the role of the commissioning agent as an extension of the Owner’s staff. Our Commissioning Group is committed to providing the comprehensive evaluation needed to optimize your building’s operation and maintenance and minimize energy consumption. Osborn’s belief is that commissioning services are not an event, but a process flowing from and through the design, construction and acceptance phase to occupation by the end user to influence the overall life cycle sustainability of the building.
Osborn provides commissioning services to a wide range of building types including educational, commercial, healthcare, manufacturing, mission-critical facilities and many more. We are recognized as one of the top commissioning providers in the nation and have also been involved with over 80 LEED® certified projects. Our Commissioning Group consists of both Professional Engineers (PE) and Registered Architects (RA, AIA) as well as professionals certified in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®), ASHRAE Commissioning Process Management Professionals (CPMP), AEE Certified Building Commissioning Professionals (CBCP), and ACG Certified Commissioning Authority (CxA), Certified Energy Management (CEM), and Level II and III Thermography.
Osborn’s commissioning services include energy analysis, system design review, building system performance verification, site reviews, building envelope analysis, performance of diagnostic monitoring, development of test procedures, equipment and systems validation, review of O&M manuals and procedures, retro-commissioning, facilitation of operator training, system trouble shooting, facility condition assessment, turnover of systems, and LEED® fundamental and enhanced.
Benefits of Retro Commissioning
Anyone who has driven by an unoccupied office building at night with most of their lights on knows that despite the best intentions, building controls can be overridden. Our experienced team of commissioning agents and mechanical engineers can help reduce your utility bills. We create a prioritized plan of corrective measures to improve system operation and efficiency.