The final stages of development for systems validation and facility commissioning can be taxing, and having a partner who provides thorough onsite support is critical to ensuring your final systems are engineered correctly so you’re inspired to move forward.
When you’re pursuing LEED certification or validating the performance of your facility systems, building envelope, or manufacturing systems, our building commissioning team will verify that your engineer and builder got it right, and help you make a plan if they didn’t. Our thorough process focuses on the key areas of systems performance, process validation, staff training and competency, and engineering documentation. With our organization’s expertise in MEP engineering and building automation and control systems for facilities, we provide you with deep insight into design and operational improvements for your specific facility and sustainability goals.
The University of Rhode Island (URI) has a rapidly growing Chemistry Department. Over 6,000 students take chemistry each year and nearly 40% of all degree programs require at least one chemistry class. To accommodate this growth, URI has constructed a new $70 million, 134,623 square foot Chemistry Building. After having been selected as the commissioning agent for the new Hillside Residence Hall and Student Wellness Center, Hallam-ICS was chosen to be the commissioning agent for this highly visible and important project.
We all know the importance of time management. Ineffective use of valuable time can turn a project into an un-profitable drain on a company’s budget. So why don’t commissioning professionals just manage their time effectively and make every project a winner?
With so many members on every commissioning project who all have varying agendas, the best solution is to communicate at every possible opportunity. This builds stronger relationships, saves time and produces more successful and profitable commissioning projects.
The Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology (CFN) is the region’s premier facility for advanced research, education and innovative public private partnerships in nanotechnology. The building has been recognized nationally and internationally with 2013 American and International Architecture Awards. The facility consists of four floors. Major science program components include a 10,000 GSF Characterization Suite with numerous large scanning and transmission electron microscopes (TEM), a 10,000 GSF cleanroom Fabrication Suite, and ten laboratory modules for optics and chemistry research.
- Project Manager, Life Sciences Client