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SERVICES - Commissioning

Commissioning Reports

RDMC believes in a “Full Cycle” reliability assurance program that starts with design reviews and factory testing and ends with integrated systems testing at the site, operator training and a review of IO&M documents. The goal is to assure that the site infrastructure meets intended performance targets established in the design criteria. RDMC works as a partner driven to meet the owner’s project goals and uses a staff that is solely committed to the commissioning of critical site infrastructures. A summary of RDMC commissioning services is as follows:

 •  Design Review
 •  Level 1 - Factory Testing
 •  Level 2 - Component Verification
 •  Level 3 - System Construction/Installation Verification
 •  Level 4 - Functional Systems Testing (Component/System Startup)
 •  Level 5 - Integrated Systems Testing
 •  Operator Training
 •  Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual Review
 •  Forensic Evaluations
 •  LEED Fundamental and Enhanced Commissioning
 •  Infrared Surveys
 •  Power Quality and Disturbance Analysis
 •  Factory Witness Thru Integrated Site Testing
 •  Method of Procedures
 •  SOP’s/EOP’s

RDMC believes in the “take charge” role when engaged as the commissioning agent. We prepare a commissioning plan that identifies roles and responsibility as well as schedule. RDMC holds regular meetings with the project team to review scope of work, commissioning procedures, roles and schedule and publishes minutes of meetings.     
When detailed commissioning begins, all hands meetings are held to review the activities planned for the day and progress reports are published daily. Items in need of repair and re-test are presented in spreadsheet format. A final report is prepared upon completion of commissioning activities.  RDMC’s team of commissioning experts also ensure that operator training is conducted and closeout documentation such as IO&M manuals are completed.

Often times we learn about product safety bulletins or field change notices issued by vendor’s long before most clients are notified. We notify our clients immediately when we learn of these and work with them to remediate the condition at their site.

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