Programme

09.00 am

ARRIVAL & Registration

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09.35 am

OPENING ADDRESS

CSA CHAIRMAN

The aims for the day.

09.45 am

Presentation: the road to smart Buildings

ian ellis (siemens building products)

How a BMS can help deliver this and the importance of commissioning in the process.

10.15 am

Presentation: Concept & Design

adam muggleton

How to ensure that the proper provision is made throughout the design and pre-production stages of construction to facilitate proper commissioning.

10.45 am

morning coffee break

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Tea, Coffee and Networking

11.30 am

Presentation: MANAGING The InstallatioN AND PRE-COMMISSIONING PHASES

TED PILBEAM (VOLKERFITZPATRICK)

Monitoring the installation phase for MEP systems in the building so that commissionability is not compromised; managing the (inevitable) changes that occur.

12.00 PM

Presentation: PRE-COMMISSION CLEANING BEST PRACTICE

LIZ DAY (CWT)

The importance of achieving clean systems ready for commissioning.

12.30 Pm

lunch

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Buffet Lunch and Networking

1.30 PM

Presentation: The commissioning activity

MARK TODD (CSA)

Its continued importance; the necessary facilities; the regulation process; problem solving; interdependencies; proving the systems.

2.00 PM

Presentation: The systems / BMS interface

TERRY SHARP (BCIA)

Proper mechanical commissioning is vital to the success of the BMS.

2.30Pm

AFTERNOON coffee break

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Tea, Coffee and Networking

3.00 Pm

Presentation: Commissioning management and handover process

NICK TILL (BANYARDS)

Overview of commissioning management and the importance of the handover and assurance process.

3.30 Pm

PANEL DISCUSSION

CSA CHAIRMAN

Open forum; an opportunity for debate and discussion.

4.05 Pm

CLOSING ADDRESS

CSA CHAIRMAN

Have we achieved today’s aims; the importance of commissioning and using CSA Members; spreading the message.

FOLLOWED BY NETWORKING 4.15 - 5.00 PM.