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The right path to functional buildings

Commissioning is an investment in your building, to ensure it functions according to your requirements and has an optimal indoor climate and the lowest possible operating costs.

Commissioning is an efficient, well-documented quality-management process focused on taking a systematic approach to the construction process and the building’s total cost of ownership.

Alssund College Sønderborg
Alssundkollegiet rendering
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Danske Bank facade

By investing in commissioning you get:

A process scaled to your needs and the specific project

An optimal indoor climate

Optimal and predictable operating costs

Effective risk minimisation – in design, execution and operation

Fewer defects, remediation and renovation

Satisfied tenants/users

Minimised energy consumption

Sustainable utilisation of resources for many years of operation

A strong foundation for asset management

Commissioning as an active tool to ensure the sustainability of the building

Commissioning is an effective tool for optimising resource utilisation during the building’s many years of operation – economic, human and utility resources. Commissioning is an integral part of the DGNB, LEED and BREEAM sustainability certifications, which is why we combine and optimise the activities, so you save money and get a better product.

Commissioning in existing buildings and building portfolios

We are happy to commission and optimise existing buildings. We scale the process and sort through building portfolios, so that each building is screened using minimal resources to identify the buildings that need extra attention – e.g. through EU taxonomy reporting, UN global goals or other ESG parameters, or to optimise the building’s operation and property value.

Get started with commissioning

Sweco offers you specialised operating skills from more than 90 staff members who possess a unique combination of engineering know-how and hands-on technical experience. A number of our specialists are also accredited in commissioning from the US.

As a leading Danish commissioning company, Sweco can contribute very extensive knowledge in this field. We have contributed to authoring standards and guidelines, including the Danish Standard for Commissioning (DS 3090), and co-authored European and US standards through our collaboration with the REHVA and ASHRAE organisations.

What do you get from investing in commissioning?

If you are interested in the documented value of the commissioning process, follow our European research project, QUEST. The purpose of the project is to give investors in construction a tool to calculate the expected return on their investments in commissioning.

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Jonas Jacobsen

Team Manager / Aalborg