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Commissioning Services

The dark art of all construction projects, commissioning services are at the core of everything SESC do and are a necessity for every construction project. We delivered seamless commissioning services to ensure your project is handed over first time, every time.

What Is Commissioning

Commissioning is the process of planning, documenting, scheduling, testing, adjusting, verifying, and training, to provide a facility that operates as a fully functional system per the Owner’s Project Requirements. The goal of the Commissioning Process is to enhance the quality of the delivered project by focusing the design and construction team on the Owner’s goals for a functional and energy efficient building. The earlier a Commissioning Provider is involved in the project process the greater the chance there is for the Commissioning Provider to influence corrections without increased costs later.

Demand for commissioning services is increasing as the design and construction communities require that projects are delivered completely functional, on time, at low cost, and constructed to run in a highly efficient manner. Also, LEED Certification is becoming increasingly popular and mandated by some jurisdictions. The Commissioning process is a requirement of LEED Certified projects. The Commissioning Process helps to achieve all of these goals through review of design documents and construction installation. A third party provider, independent of the design and construction teams, can oversee the quality delivery of the project and provide the Owner with an advocate that will serve the project through completion.

Which Of Our Commissioning Services Is Right For You


"Uncompromising quality, and always adding value are our core beliefs"

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Independent Commissioning Agent

An owners eyes and ears;

Managing your project for assurance of time, cost, and quality.

Industrial Engineer

3rd Party Verification & Witnessing

Let us ensure your systems and assets are ready and performing as they should be.

Electrical Inspectors

Commissioning Management

If your a Main or MEP contractor, let us make sure your work is ready and commissioned properly first time.

Construction Worker

Building Performance & Verification Surveys

Understand the what stage your project is really at, whether or not your vision is genuinely feasible, or the condition your assets are truly in. 

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Data Centre Commissioning

We understand the criticality of time and security for big data project. Let us make sure yours is done right.

Ancient Building


If your project is complete but needs commissioning this is the critical service you need.  

Apartment Building


If your assets are underperforming or your environmental targets are slipping.


Continuous Commissioning

If you're looking to guarantee your assets perform at optimal levels for the entire life span of your building.

Diverse and comprehensive expertise 

Our clients understand that engagement at the earliest stages of a project allows us to develop solutions that will maximise innovation and deliver time, cost and quality benefits. Our reputation for delivering quality projects is second to none, and our teams of hand picked, project specific commissioning experts are unrivaled.

Control And Expertise At Every Level 

Commissioning means different things to different stakeholders in the building process. Here’s a quick overview of what it means to your team when including this crucial service in your process:

  • Building owners

  • Architects

  • Construction Teams


Commissioning For Building Owners
Most building owners think that commissioning and overall quality control should be provided by the contractors and consultants involved in a project. In an ideal world, that would certainly make sense; however, there are several factors that can increase your risks:

  • A competitive marketplace. When contractors and consultants compete on price and offer below-cost bids, quality can suffer. An outside source for quality control offers an impartial eye that identifies problems and helps maintain quality.

  • Advanced technology. Building systems are getting more complicated every year. Increased complexity means a greater chance for error; the only solution is more installation supervision through a quality control program.

  • Delays and increased costs. Owners face increased construction costs, delayed occupancy schedules and a variety of other problems when the building is handed over. The commissioning process reduces these risks.

Commissioning helps you achieve your goals. The process confirms that your requirements get conveyed accurately to the design team and ensures that they include those requirements in their design. Expert consultants review the design and identify any issues that may have been overlooked. They make sure components are installed right, that systems operate correctly, that any limitations have been identified, and that operators are well-trained on systems to protect life expectancy and energy performance.

The Benefits:

  • Greater control of construction costs

  • Greater control of construction schedule

  • Smoother turnover

  • Reduced operational problems

  • Increased performance

  • Fewer occupant complaints


Commissioning For Architects

Building owners are increasingly asking architects to include a commissioning agent on their design team to maintain quality control. The commissioning process has a number of benefits for both owners and architects; it provides a smoother transition from installation stage to the fully operational stage, helps keep the project on budget and on schedule, reduces deficiencies and avoids unpleasant misunderstandings. Plus, adding a commissioning agent to the design team gives the architect greater control over the project.

  • Design intent performance data is carefully documented, which avoids any building owner misinterpretation and offers a smoother acceptance process.

  • Process and responsibility are clearly identified, which avoids misinterpretation by contractors or members of the design team.

  • It clearly identifies the contractor’s responsibilities.

  • Scheduling the commissioning process gives you more control over the construction schedule.

  • Contractor tests verify quantity control and provide more control over the contractors’ monthly draw.

  • Verification that O&M manuals meet requirements helps to avoid building owner criticism.

  • The commissioning agent controls the training process, which means better trained operators and fewer operating problems during the warranty period.

  • Seasonal performance tests verify warranty repairs and reduce service time during the warranty period.


Commissioning For The Construction Team

What does commissioning mean for the construction team? A series of checks and balances ensures the job has been completed once you’ve left the site. Commissioning makes sure that systems operate as intended and that building staff can operate a building for years to come. The process also:

  • verifies that systems and materials are installed as specified in building plans

  • ensures you have filled out appropriate documentation

  • confirms that operators are well-equipped to operate the facility by themselves, thereby reducing the number of call backs from the client/operator

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