Commissionability studies look into the design and assess how the MEPF systems can be commissioned highlighting best practice and opportunities for MEPF system improvements which can then be discussed with the design authority.
Commissionability studies are best undertaken as soon as the detailed designs are available from the MEPF design team this allows any improvements to be made before final design sign off or before constructions starts representing the lowest possible cost option for aligning design and testing & commissioning and avoiding future delays to the build program.
Forsspac believes that the Commissionability study is the cornerstone for any good Testing & Commissioning project. They are conducted by our qualified and experienced staff using the available design information and owners requirements.
The study looks for design, specification and installation issues that would cause problems during Testing & Commissioning (T&C) or Testing, Adjusting & Balancing (TAB).
It is also possible to predict which systems can be commissioned and balanced, but may still fail to meet the owners requirements.