EMA’s staff of certified QCxP Qualified Commissioning Providers supplies owners and operators of a facility with an unbiased, objective view of the system's installation, operation, and performance. The commissioning process verifies that all building systems are complete and functioning as designed, and that the facility’s operation has adequate system documentation.
As buildings age, their systems fall out of specification and become less efficient. Retro-Commissioning is a systematic and documented process that identifies no- and low-cost improvements that improve the efficiency and performance of a building. EMA identifies opportunities for increased energy efficiency and reduced operating costs.
The Retro-Commissioning (RCx) Program offered by CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric promotes the tune-up of major energy-consuming systems in existing commercial buildings.
LEED Commissioning is similar to New Building Commissioning with the addition of the USGBC’s LEED documentation requirements. EMA’s staff of LEED accredited professionals works throughout a project to ensure the documentation requirements are submitted and the prerequisites and points are achieved.