What to Expect in the Existing Building Commissioning Process

Bruce Pitts presented at the 2016 National Association of State Facilities Administrators (NASFA) National Conference, held June 12 through 15, 2016, in Portland, Oregon. Bruce presented with Bill Slone, Associate Director of the Division of Engineering and Contract Administration for the Kentucky Department of Facilities Management.

Their presentation, “What to Expect in the Existing Building Commissioning Process,” discussed what existing building commissioning (EBcx) is, who provides the service, and why it is beneficial for ongoing facility operations. Read the presentation abstract:

What to Expect in the Existing Building Commissioning Process

What to expect when you undergo an Existing Building Commissioning process in your building; what are the deliverables you should receive; what staff time needs to be planned in the process; and what are the outcomes and possible payback periods? What is the difference between EBCx and Commercial
Building Auditing? You will leave this session with an in depth understanding of what the owner should expect from the process.

View a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation here.


“NASFA is the only association dedicated exclusively to the state facilities professional and the unique challenges they face. Our diverse members are responsible for the planning, development, operations and maintenance of state facilities. Members represent facilities professionals in the departments of administration, transportation, real estate, parks, corrections, human services, and colleges and universities.” Their mission is, “…fostering communication and providing leadership in the development and implementation of state facility administration practices.”

Learn more about the conference here.

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