Recommissioning Your Building for a Healthy Environment and Peak Performance

Recommissioning / Retrocommissioning

The ‘recommissioning’ process (or ‘retrocommissioning’ if the building systems were not previously commissioned) provides a complete picture of your facility’s true performance, uncovering costly hidden problems and recommending effective solutions for correction. The coronavirus pandemic has made recommissioning more critical than ever before. Buildings have been shut down and sat vacant or had little use. The pandemic has brought to the forefront the connection between our physical environment and our health.

EH&E’s clients get the advantage of top-notch commissioning expertise supported by our environmental health experts. We understand the science and health implications surrounding the coronavirus and the role the physical environment plays.

Our commissioning engineers will assess your building’s performance to achieve peak performance for a healthy environment, energy savings, and long-term sustainable operations. Recommissioning can help solve a variety of building issues, including poor indoor air quality, high utility bills and occupant temperature complaints.

EH&E’s team is experienced in recommissioning all types of buildings including commercial spaces, academic facilities such as dormitories and highly sensitive environments such as hospitals, laboratories and data centers. We can fine-tune your building systems without disrupting your staff and sensitive operations.

COVID-19 Ventilation Gap Assessment

CDC and ASHRAE have released guidelines on modifying HVAC systems to help reduce the spread of SARS-CoV-2. Interpreting the guidelines and determining whether your HVAC systems can support the recommendations, without compromising indoor air quality, can be challenging.

EH&E’s team of engineers and environmental health specialists are uniquely qualified to assess your building’s systems to identify any gaps or limitations with meeting CDC and ASHRAE guidelines.

Learn more about our COVID-19 ventilation gap assessment and its benefits >>