A Practical Guide to the

Commissioning Process


Book cover

The book about commissioning

This guide shows how you can implement commissioning and gives you the tools you need to get started. It also ensures that you will be in compliance with ASHRAE's Standard 202 and ASHRAE Guideline 0-2019, as well as the Danish commissioning standard DS3090.

It guides you with tips and tricks to handle the challenges you'll face during the commissioning process - from the Owner's Project Requirements (OPR) to the test paradigms for system integration tests.


Synopsis

A critically acclaimed book about commissioning used worldwide. Read and see reviews from the US, Canada, Australia and Denmark at www.CxGuideline.com.

This book is written by an experienced commissioning manager reviews activities and documents in the commissioning process from the start of the construction process through to the end, with practical examples.

This guide shows how you can implement commissioning and gives you the tools you need to get started. It also ensures that you will be in compliance with ASHRAE's Standard 202 and ASHRAE Guideline 0-2019, as well as the Danish commissioning standard DS3090.

It guides you with tips and tricks to handle the challenges you'll face during the commissioning process - from the Owner's Project Requirements (OPR) to the test paradigms for system integration tests. Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv has multiple commissioning certifications: CxAP, CxM, and QCxP. He also runs www.CxWiki.dk, the Danish wiki on commissioning; and www.CxPlanner.com, which offers international commissioning software.


Book review


Book review

Book Review in Ecolibrium, AIRAH, Australia

AIRAH represents professionals and practitioners working in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC&R) and building services industries.

John Penny, M.AIRAH, has written a book review of the book: A Practical Guide to the Commissioning Process in the Australian Journal of Engineering, Ecolibrium.

The review states that the book ".. is an excellent practical reference tool." with a special focus on the practical tools and how they can be implemented and used directly.

The full review of the book can be obtained through the Ecolibrium.


Book review

Ole Teisen February 2020
Chief Consultant, Project Manager at Sweco and Civil Engineering Consultant. - Commissioning on Twitter: @oleteisen

Commissioning Energy Bundle No. 1 in the Kingdom of Denmark, Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv, has commissioned a handbook on the Commissioning process for buildings, and it is good!

There are descriptions for all stakeholders, whether you are a builder, investor, operator, contractor, project architect or engineer, then there is an overview of your role in the Commissioning process, from contract writing, over scrutiny and testing to user training and documentation. The book relates Commissioning to the new phase divisions with tender project and execution project as well as the new agreement documents, ABR18, YBB19 and others.

Few have as much experience with Commissioning as Thomas, and in this book he generously shares everything he has put together, not least during 4½ years at the helm of Commissioning at one of Denmark's largest builders, Copenhagen Airports.

In addition to writing books and handling Commissioning at both strategic and operational levels at the airport, Thomas has developed a software portal, CxPlanner, to handle the Commissioning process.

I do not know how Thomas overcomes all this, but it is no wonder that this particular book is full of tips and tricks for #Commissioning and is written with an infectious commitment and interest in the noble art ...