Project Commissioning Checklist
Prior to design, assist the Owner in evaluating the facility’s requirements regarding such issues as energy conservation, indoor environment, staff training, and operation and maintenance.
Review all phases of design and construction documents for compliance with design criteria, commissioning requirements, bidding issues, construction coordination and installation concerns, performance aspects, and facilitation of operations and maintenance, including training and documentation.
Review the equipment submittals for compliance with commissioning issues.
Verify or manage the scheduling and procedures used for system start-up.
Verify that the training for the owner’s operating staff is conducted in accordance with the project documents.
Verify that the operations & maintenance manuals comply with the contract documents.
Prior to expiration of the construction contract warranty, assist the owner in assessing the systems’ performance and addressing related issues.
Backcheck at System Selection and Concept Phase
Refer to Design Development (DD) Documents (includes backcheck of system selection and concepts comments)
Refer to Mid-Construction Documents (CD) (includes backcheck of DD review comments)
Assure that the OPR and BOD are being followed.
Be sure that the specific requirements that are described in the OPR are addressed and verified.
Ensure that the unique project circumstances are not overlooked.
Help the contractor complete the project correctly the first time and improves the efficiency of the construction and commissioning process.
Assure that systems and equipment are maintainable, can be commissioned and are ready for functional testing.
Be sure that the owner understands the benefits and supports the process and that sufficient field observations are included in the commissioning scope of work.
Proper understanding of the scope of services, benefits and schedule implications by the entire team.