Our clients enjoy:
- Reduced Energy Consumption
- Optimal Equipment Performance
- Improved Indoor Air Quality
- Improved Occupant Comfort
- Increased Employee Productivity
- Minimal Indoor Humidity Levels
- Reduced Equipment Failure Rates
- Reduced Maintenance Costs
- Third Party Design Reviews
- Third Party Submittal Reviews
- Installation Verification Services
- Test and Balance Services
- Atrium Smoke Control Services
- Stairwell Pressurization Services
- Control Sequence Verification
- LEED Commissioning Services
- Building Diagnostic Services
- Kitchen Hood Testing
- Duct Leakage Testing
- Energy Audits
Building System Commissioning
Building System Commissioning is a systematic process of assuring that a building is performing in accordance with the design intent and the owners’ operational needs.
IET is rooted in the conviction that commissioning is to be performed by an HVAC professional with the technical expertise and experience to reach a project to its successful end.
"Building System Commissioning is intended to be more than an administrative function. It is intended to be a 'hands on' assurance to the building owner of Total Building Performance," says Scott Coy.
The technical commissioning authority should be hired by the building owner at the earliest stage possible and remain on the team through to the completion of the project.
Additionally, IET believes that the Commissioning Authority must maintain control of perhaps the most critical aspect of ensuring 'Total Building Performance,' the Test and Balance Scope. Without every aspect of the HVAC system operating within design tolerances, there remains no assurance that the building will operate effectively or efficiently.
This practice of going above and beyond allows us to present ourselves as an industry leader in the building commissioning field.
What is LEED?
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is an internationally recognized certification system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). LEED certification provides building owners and its operators a concise framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations, and maintenance solutions.
- Reduces cost of building ownership
- Improves overall building comfort
- Extends equipment life
- Increases energy efficiency
- Fewer change orders
- Improves occupant productivity
- Improves indoor air quality
Please contact Indoor Environmental Testing when planning your next LEED project. IET is structured to work with your design and construction team to aid and complement their work with our NEBB technical commissioning approach.