Campus Commissioning Engineer:Reporting to the Executive Director, Energy Management & Strategic Initiatives, carry out the Continual Commissioning process for existing buildings including energy efficiency projects, system diagnostics and fixing root cause to resolve system issues. Work with CPD Project Mangers to self-perform commissioning process for small capital projects. Work with commissioning consultants on large capital projects to ensure that the requirements are met.-Perform the Continual Commissioning process on existing building. 60%-Work with the campus energy manager to support and implement energy efficiency projects. This includes campus buildings and also the central plants systems.-Assist engineering shops in improving building operations. Perform root-cause analysis for the building systems and work with the building engineers to resolve issues (example: overrides, setback schedule etc.)-Assist in creating building priority list based on energy usage, operational resources and occupant comfort.-Conduct the Continual Commissioning Process, using monitoring based (or similar process), to engage with engineering shops to reduce building energy usage by addressing:-Training-Equipment scheduling-Failing equipment-Under and over-sized equipment and systems-Unbalanced systems-Technology improvements-Optimizing control strategies-Identify and aid in implementation of energy efficiency projects.-Document the findings of the existing building commissioning process.-With the assistance of engineering shops confirm and calibrate of system instrumentation-With the assistance of engineering shops rebalance systems-Measurement and verification of building energy usage-Recommend capital improvement measures to address system performance issues.-Work with engineering shops to train building engineers on proper response to occupant complaints.-Perform Commissioning projects 15%In collaboration with Capital Project Delivery project managers, conduct the day-to-day commissioning process from program development through post construction. -Conduct the day-to-day commissioning process for occupancy for small MEP projects. This will include the following activities:-Review design documents of new projects. Provide input as to the effect of new projects to the existing infrastructure.Review shop drawings and construction submittals.-Develop commissioning plans and schedules and execute work accordingly.-Inspect installation of new installations. -Witness contractor testing and balancing work.-Prepare functional testing requirements and oversee testing-Prepare trending study and seasonal testing-Review O&M documentation and training -Transition project documentation and information to format for use by operating personnel-Collaborate with contractors and engineering shops to ensure smooth project turn-over.-Aid in the commissioning process via contracted services 20%In collaboration with Capital Project Delivery project managers, oversee the day-to-day commissioning process by commissioning consultants -Act as a liaison to operations for projects which utilize a commissioning consultant.-Review consultant deliverables on CPD projects -Ensure FS2 commissioning requirements are being met by external consultants.-Review building performance after turn over and identify inefficiencies.-Enforce strict adherence to safety rules, practices & regulations 5%-Other duties as assigned.
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