As an accredited LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) M&E (Mechanical and Electrical) Enhanced Commissioning provider, Catalyst helps building owners, architects, and contractors achieve the desired performance goals of their building’s mechanical and electrical systems, ensuring that the mechanical and electrical systems of new or existing buildings perform as intended and meet the highest standards of energy efficiency and sustainability.
The LEED M&E Enhanced Commissioning service, provided by Catalyst, involves several stages. The first stage is the planning and design phase, where Catalyst works closely with the project team to develop a comprehensive commissioning plan for the mechanical and electrical systems. This plan includes specifications for performance testing, verification, and documentation of the systems.
During the construction phase, Catalyst thoroughly reviews the installation of mechanical and electrical systems and ensures that the systems function as intended. This includes functional testing of the systems, verification of system controls, and review of system documentation.
After construction, Catalyst conducts final performance testing of the mechanical and electrical systems and provides a final report that documents the performance testing and verifies the functionality of the systems. This report ensures that the mechanical and electrical systems perform as intended and meet the highest energy efficiency and sustainability standards.
Overall, Catalyst’s LEED M&E Enhanced Commissioning service is designed to help building owners, architects, and contractors achieve the desired performance goals of their building’s mechanical and electrical systems. With the support of Catalyst’s accredited LEED M&E Enhanced Commissioning providers, building owners and contractors can ensure that their building’s mechanical and electrical systems perform as intended, reduce operational costs, and increase the building’s marketability.