COMMISSIONING AND TURNOVER
Commissioning in the construction sector is defined as a process that is designed to optimise how the building operates. This optimisation is concerned with making sure the building or structure is as energy-efficient and as cost-efficient as possible. Commissioning is also the process used to ensure that the new building or structure operates according to the owner’s needs and requirements.
Turnover is the term used in the construction industry when a project turns from the construction or renovation phase to the occupation and use phase. Gama Group assist and manage this transition, ensuring this turnover is as smooth as possible.
COMMISSIONING & TURNOVER FAQ
Some of the more common types of commissioning services we offer include:
- New Construction Commissioning
This commissioning starts and operates in conjunction with the idea and planning phase of the proposed construction process.
Re-commissioning, or ongoing commissioning, ensures that the preferred systems put in place are still operating according to the owner’s needs and expectations.
Retro-commissioning is usually carried out in constructed buildings undergoing refurbishment. This type of commissioning works in conjunction with the refurbishment planning process.
- Monitoring-based commissioning
Sometimes known as MBCX, this is refitting old systems with newer more efficient alternatives. This type of commissioning is designed to ensure a building or structure is operating to modern efficiency standards.