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PBA VP, P. Allen, PE, LEED AP, QCxP, CCP Authors Article, 'Linking Commissioning, TAB to Deliver Better Buildings' Featured in October Issue of CSE Magazine

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Nov 1, 2019, 10:50:00 AM

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The Article Highlights the Benefits of Collaboration Between the Commissioning Authority and the Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) Contractor

The October issue of Consulting Specifying Engineer magazine features an article authored by Peter Basso Associate vice president, Phil Allen, PE, LEED AP, QCxP, CCP a commissioning authority leader at PBA's corporate headquarters in Troy, MI. 

The  article, featured as a Commissioning Giants 2019, Special Report, follows the following learning objectives:

  • Know that early involvement of the CxP improves the reliability that project goals are identified and that the building systems have the ability to meet those objectives. 
  • Learn how the TAB contractor works with the installation contractors and, ultimately, the commissioning team.
  • Understand that when the TAB contractor and the CxP work together as a team, under the same contract, then the building project is optimized. 

To read the full article by Phil Allen, go to: https://bit.ly/36ktSib 

To contact Phi directly, email him at: pallen@pbanet.com.

More about Peter Basso Associates

Peter Basso Associates (PBA) excels at highly technical, challenging projects, and our in-depth knowledge of best practices extends across multiple markets. Recognized as a leader in mechanical/electrical/plumbing engineering, PBA is at the forefront of application of new technology. We focus on cost-effective solutions that pay returns over the life of the facility, balancing performance with cost. In 2015, PBA celebrated its 25th anniversary. Headquartered in Troy, Michigan, the firm also has an office in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Topics: Commissioning, MEP, TAB, CSE