CxA Workshop On-Demand



CxA Workshop On Demand + Live Q&A (June 20, 2024) 

Who Should Attend?

  • Commissioning Providers
  • MEP Engineers
  • Energy Managers
  • Building Owners
  • Facility Managers
  • O&M Managers
  • Architects
  • Other Building Professionals

What is Covered?

  • Introduction to the Commissioning Process
  • New Building Commissioning
    • Pre-Design Phase
    • Design Phase
    • Construction Phase
    • Acceptance Phase
    • Post-Acceptance Phase
  • Existing Building Commissioning

Download the CxA Candidate Handbook for comprehensive information regarding the CxA certification program and examination.

Submit CxA Application Online

Instructor Bio

Loren Morris, PE, CxA, EMP, LEED AP, is a licensed Professional Engineer and certified Commissioning Authority who has been involved in the construction industry since 1995. He has provided building commissioning and related services for a wide variety of industries and clients. Loren has been employed with a “contractor” role with building automation systems contractor, and a “designer” role for mechanical engineering consulting firms. Experience in each of these roles has helped to provide him with insight and perspective into the challenges that each of these disciplines brings, as well as unique involvement with the commissioning industry.

CxA Workshop On Demand

Commissioning (CxA) Workshop on demand (11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET): This 3-hr pre-recorded video will cover all aspects of commissioning ranging from project management to functional testing, and both new and existing building commissioning.

1-hour live Q&A session (2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET): Gain valuable insight with experienced instructors to answer all of your questions. This segment is designed to clarify concepts introduced in the workshop.

Earn up to 4 AIA LUs!

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