Cx update

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This blog post contains some of the commissioning updates around the globe - because we like commissioning :)


Podcast about commissioning

Our Founder Thomas T. Jarløv participated in the podcast #edificecomplex. Adam Muggleton and Robert Bean facilitated the podcast, which was a talk about Cx and Thomas' background.

Many commissioning subjects were discussed: Cx certifications, Cx Planner, the book about Cx (soon be to be launched in English), the Cx industry and many more.


Cost-benefit - Cx is a good case

The final report from Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory (LBNL) has been published. The report shows, that implementing Cx is still a good idea.

We are still using and comparing data to E. Mills reports from 2003 and 2009. This report evaluates and compare the newly data from 2018 to the previous results.

The screenshot below shows, that we have an average payback time for existing construction projects on 1,7 years and for new constructions 4,2 years. Read the full report here: Building Commissioning Costs and Savings Across Three Decades and 1,500 North American Buildings.

LBNL Cx cost-benefit payback time

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Functional testing (DK)

For the Danish: Funktionsafprøvning af bygningers installationer

The Danish Building code requires some tests to be performed before handover - called functional test.

This webinar from Teknologisk Institut will summarize a project funded by RealDania.

Link to participate: Tilmeld webinar


Better task management in Cx Planner

And a little sneak peak for the upcoming blog post: A new Table-overview in Cx Planner.

We have implemented a new Table-overview to enhance and optimize the speed and overview. It is already live, so you can check it out now or wait for our next blog ;)


Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv
- Cx Planner
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