Davenergy has served as the commissioning authority for countless projects of all building types to include critical facilities such as large-scale Medical Center buildings. We comply with industry best practices of developing and implementing design reviews, construction observation visits, pre-functional checklists, equipment start-up verification, functional testing verification, warranty visits, and facility closeout meetings. Davenergy’s commissioning engineers, have certifications from multiple Commissioning Authorities (ACG, NEBB, AEE and University of Wisconsin), and are also licensed professional Engineers. Davenergy also has NEBB Certified Professionals (CxPPs, NEBB CP, QCxPs) and Certified Energy Managers (CEMs) licenses/certifications. Our team includes individuals who have extensive experience in current and previous commissioning projects, with VA, DoD, Critical Facilities, healthcare, and other critical environments.
This project directly supported the management and development of initial projects including constructability reviews, value engineering, estimates of probable construction, environmental analyses, project documentation and
The overarching goal of this project was to create, on a central server, a building automation system interface for graphics, historical data, and alarms to
VISN 21 A&E Design Services for Project 612A4-18-231 Evaluate all Pharmacy Sites for USP 797/800 Compliance and Corrections
Davenergy was engaged to provide professional engineering services to investigate, evaluate, design, test, and provide analysis and specialty services to accomplish a review of the
The major projects supported Research/Veterinary Facility ($98M), Radiology Consolidation Project ($121M), and Recreation Services Building ($21.3M) are described below and were completed at the end
VISN 21 VAPAHCS Upgrade 12kV Electrical Capacity and Re-balance of Loads on North and South Substations
Davenergy was contracted to provide 35% design development (bridging documents) to replace and upsize the existing 400-amp feeders and to re-balance loads on the North