Continuous Commissioning® (CC®)
What is Continuous Commissioning®?
Continuous Commissioning® is an ongoing process to resolve operating problems, improve comfort, and optimize energy use for existing commercial and institutional buildings and central plant facilities. Continuous Commissiong® incorporates and extends existing building commissioning practices.
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The CC® process
The Energy Systems Laboratory has developed the Continuous Commissioning® process to improve comfort and performance using cost effective measures. CC® incorporates the best of retro-commissioning techniques into a process that has achieved superior performance in over 300 buildings around the globe. The objective of CC® is to produce a rapid payback while providing sustained improvement to building performance according to the facility’s actual use.
The CC® process software technology
The CC® Licensees and Business Development Representatives
The Energy Systems Laboratory not only implements Continuous Commissioning®, but has licensed its CC® technology and practices to the following firms:
These firms have access to the tools, research and expertise that make the Continuous Commissioning® process effective. This select group of Engineers and Building Professionals have the necessary skills and training to quickly identify the best improvement opportunities—those that can be implemented with the least cost while producing the greatest impact.
TEES has also signed business development agreements with the Energy Commissioning Group and MEH Consultants to present and market the benefits of Continuous Commissioning® services for the TEES Energy Systems Laboratory.
Check out a few of our case studies to get a better understanding of the CC® process:
CC® Contact Information
To find out how the CC® process can help you with your sustainability, energy management, and carbon footprint reduction objectives, contact the Energy Systems Laboratory at Texas A&M University.
Continuous Commissioning®, CC® and PCC® are registered trademarks of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, a member of the Texas A&M University System, an agency of the State of Texas.