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2022 PDC Summit

Commissioning and Transitioning Your Project to the Owner

Mar 23, 2022 9:45am ‐ Mar 23, 2022 10:45am

Credits: None available.


Occupancy of a new and renovated health care space triggers immediate regulatory and safety requirements including location of emergency shut-off valves, accurate inventory counts, preventive maintenance procedures for equipment, and updated and accurate life safety drawings. As an industry, there has been an increase in the inclusion of end-users in the design process. However, transitioning to operations is an area where increased collaboration with facilities can yield greater results and improved safety. The presentation will include experiences from the perspective of a facilities professional and a consultant. Specific successful and unsuccessful case studies will be presented. Ideas and suggestions for all stakeholders to improve the transition process will be presented. The presenters will use a "fireside chat" format to share their perspectives, to react to each other and engage with the attendees.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the stakeholders that should be involved in the commissioning process.
  • Describe the benefit to including facility personnel in the transition process.
  • List at least three actions that resulted in a positive transition to ownership.
  • List at least three actions, or inactions, that resulted in an unacceptable transition to ownership.
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  • 1.00 - CEC

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