Retro-Commissioning

retrocommissioning

Reynolds retro-commissioning service is applied to buildings that have been constructed and occupied but not yet commissioned and/or are not operating as the client desires. Our documented process identifies low-cost operational and maintenance improvements to be made in an existing facility, and seeks to bring aging buildings up to the design intent for its current energy usage.

Typically focused on mechanical equipment, lighting and related controls, a retro-commissioning project offers the following facility improvements:

  • Improved indoor air quality
  • Enhanced occupant comfort
  • Sophisticated control of building systems and equipment
  • Exceptional energy and resource efficiency

The Reynolds method to retro-commissioning is a two phase client-focused approach. The first phase focuses on consensus and investigation, while the second phase involves corrections and verification. This unique Reynolds approach ensures the owner that the building is meeting their functional needs as efficiently as possible.

“The congregation was concerned that none of the contractors submitting proposals had ever built a synagogue before. Our selected contractor, Reynolds, worked closely with us and did their homework to ensure that our new synagogue was designed and built to meet all of our program needs and requirements. Their entire team was extremely responsive, professional, and even kind.”

 

Rabbi Ron Muroff, Chisuk Emuna Congregation