A Practical Guide to the Commissioning Process

Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv
Ebook
55
Pages

About this ebook

A critically acclaimed book about commissioning used worldwide. Read and see reviews from the US, Canada, Australia and Denmark at www.CxGuideline.com.

This book is written by an experienced commissioning manager reviews activities and documents in the commissioning process from the start of the construction process through to the end, with practical examples.

This guide shows how you can implement commissioning and gives you the tools you need to get started. It also ensures that you will be in compliance with ASHRAE's Standard 202 and ASHRAE Guideline 0-2019, as well as the Danish commissioning standard DS3090.

It guides you with tips and tricks to handle the challenges you'll face during the commissioning process - from the Owner's Project Requirements (OPR) to the test paradigms for system integration tests. Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv has multiple commissioning certifications: CxAP, CxM, and QCxP. He also runs www.CxWiki.dk, the Danish wiki on commissioning; and www.CxPlanner.com, which offers international commissioning software.

About the author

Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv is a commissioning specialist with many years of experience within the construction industry.

Thomas has multiple commissioning certifications: CxAP, CxM, and QCxP from University of Wisconsin Madison, and he is the first within the EU to achieve both the CxM and CxAP certification. Besides being an author he also runs www.CxWiki.dk, the Danish wiki on commissioning; and www.CxPlanner.com, which offers international commissioning software.

Thomas has been working for many national and international clients, e.g. Novo Nordisk and Copenhagen Airports. View more reference at his portfolio www.ttj.dk.

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