LotusWorks, has achieved an impressive milestone by being re-certified as a Certified Commissioning Firm for its seventh consecutive year. This prestigious certification, awarded by the Building Commissioning Certification Board (BCCB), recognises LotusWorks’ unwavering commitment to adhering to the industry’s best practices in commissioning.
As a Certified Commissioning Firm (CCF), LotusWorks consistently delivers the highest quality service to its clients, ensuring their projects meet the highest standards of functionality and efficiency. This re-certification further demonstrates LotusWorks’ dedication to the advancement of the commissioning industry, as they continue to excel and innovate in their field.
Firms with a Certified Commissioning designation have specialised technical competencies and have met the highest standards for professional commissioning firms. LotusWorks met and exceeded the requirements by having more than one Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP), providing commissioning services for a minimum of 24 months, completing commissioning projects with client references, and demonstrating our commitment to the advancement and innovation of commissioning. The re-certification is testament to the highly-skilled and dedicated technical employees that LotusWorks has working in commissioning teams, who continue to strive for excellence, one of the company’s core values.
Building commissioning is the process of ensuring that a new construction project or building renovation/ retrofit meets the design intent and performs as intended. It involves verifying and documenting that all building systems are installed, tested, operated, and maintained according to the owner’s requirements and industry standards. The commissioning process includes activities such as pre-functional testing, functional performance testing, and operator training to guarantee that the building operates as intended and delivers optimal comfort, energy efficiency, and occupant safety. Through diligent commissioning, potential issues can be identified and resolved early on, leading to a smoother building operation and enhanced long-term performance.