In our vision, all parties are responsible for ensuring that their contribution is perfectly adapted to the building to be constructed. It is important to establish that the desired performance is measurable and verifiable and that it is clear who is responsible for achieving this performance. It is wise to lay down these agreements in writing in the contract phase. Commissioning is the best way to organise the above.
Inspections and audits on the construction site
Commissioning is a validation process aimed at quality control and assurance of building performance. During commissioning, we assess whether design principles (building service engineering and building physics) are adequately protected. We devote attention to reducing outstanding “snagging” items, preventing comfort complaints during commissioning and the prevention of disappointing energy consumption. This is only possible when commissioning is inspected on paper as well as on the construction site itself. We therefore carry out random inspections and audits on the construction site, identifying defects and risks and providing feedback to the parties responsible. We then monitor the follow-up.