Preparation of commissionability studies

Team Rock – helping you to get it right first time

A commissionability study is a detailed pre-installation review of engineering drawings.  It determines if the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system specified can be properly commissioned. If not, the study advises on what remedial work, corrective actions, measures or procedures are required to rectify the issues.

It is time-consuming and costly to resolve these issues after the HVAC system has been installed, potentially causing long delays to your project. In light of this, it makes sense to bring in experts like Team Rock to carry out a commissionability study early on in any project incorporating HVAC.

The commissionability study can be used by your project team to inform the necessary design changes, allowing time for all possible improvements to be implemented before the final design is signed off.

Preparation of Commissionability Studies
What is an HVAC system?

An  HVAC system provides heating and cooling to residential and commercial buildings.

As well as enabling temperature control and oxygen replenishment, the HVAC system provides better indoor air quality (IAQ) by removing moisture, smoke, odours, heat, dust, airborne bacteria, carbon dioxide, and other gases from the air.

Minimising risk, delivering compliance, making it simple

A commissionability study from Rock Compliance, carried out by our independent team of experienced service engineers, is a reliable and cost-effective way of identifying issues before a system is installed, avoiding project overrun and unnecessary waste further down the line.

And because we have national coverage and over 100 service operatives, you can be sure that we are never far away when you need us.

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Whether it is an issue of compliance, an investment decision, or if you are just not sure whether your existing provider is giving you what you need, please contact us.

We will be happy to give you advice on how to create low risk, compliant air hygiene systems, ensuring spend is minimised and predictable.