Cx Spotlight Series: Monitoring Building Performance & Ensuring and Maintaining Savings through MBCx
Our seasoned Commissioning Authorities (CxAs) will share examples of issues encountered in the field (20 min) leaving ample time for an open and honest discussion amongst commissioning professionals on best practices and lessons learned (40 min).
What will you learn?
Join us for this session of cx spotlight series to explore the types, benefits, and implementation of commissioning, with a special emphasis on Monitoring Based Commissioning (MBCx) and its role in ensuring persistent energy savings and preventing building drift.
- Understand the different types of commissioning, including Commissioning (Cx), Retro-Commissioning (RCx), and Monitoring Based Commissioning (MBCx), and differentiate their key features and applications.
Learn about the benefits of commissioning in cx spotlight series and how it contributes to energy savings, fault detection, predictive maintenance, and other building performance improvements.
- Gain an introduction to MBCx and its unique approach that combines ongoing building energy system monitoring with standard RCx practices, and explore its applications in various settings, such as enterprise-wide, campus, and single-location scenarios.
Explore the fundamental principles of MBCx, including establishing baselines, conducting analysis, implementing corrective actions, and reviewing real-world case studies to gain insights into successful MBCx implementation.
Darren Draper, PE, CxA, LEED AP, Epsten Group, a Salas O’Brien Company has 16 years of experience in the building services industry. He serves as a commissioning agent on a wide range of facilities including university buildings, research laboratories, healthcare facilities, and data centers. He performs commissioning and retro-commissioning for HVAC, DDC controls, and electrical, and plumbing systems. He also performs site investigation, equipment evaluation, corrective action, replacement part orders, energy-use evaluation, and reporting.
- ACG Members: $99
- Non-Members: $129