If You Commission It, They Will Come.
Tuesday, April 20
Pending approval for 1 AIA LU
A look into the commissioning of one of our favorite new ballparks, and a peek ahead to automated functional performance testing.
It’s our favorite time of year, and we’re going “back-back-back-back-back” to look at the commissioning of Suntrust (now Truist) Park with Darren Draper, CxA from the Epsten Group. Darren will walk us through the project and provide tips, tricks, and lessons learned for commissioning stadiums. Also, the Epsten Group has recently been experimenting with automated functional performance testing, so he will share some early insights on this topic as well.
At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
- Understand the unique characteristics of Truist Park with a focus on building systems.
- Understand the nature of commissioning of a professional ballpark on a compressed schedule.
- Understand the integrated commissioning approach for Truist Park.
- Understand the concept of automated functional testing and associated benefits.
Who Should Attend?
- Commissioning Providers
- MEP Engineers
- Energy Managers
- Building Owners
- Facility Managers
- O&M Managers
- Other Building Professionals
Darren Draper, PE, CxA, LEED AP
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