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New Construction to MBCx

Monitoring-Based Commissioning For New Buildings
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The Basics

Investing in high-performance facility design strategies and technologies during new construction and major renovations can yield great savings on energy bills. However, once a building has been opened and occupied for a while, major systems such as lighting and HVAC can falter, causing energy use to spike. A Monitoring-Based Commissioning (MBCx) project will continually analyze and fine-tune facility performance to minimize long-term energy usage while maintaining a high level of occupant comfort.


An MBCx project is a great way to future-proof new construction or large-scale renovations. MBCx projects include a fully-funded engineering study that will identify a holistic range of operational improvements that typically pay for themselves in less than two years.

Undertaking an MBCx project can help facility owners, managers and operators increase property value, improve energy performance and energy benchmarking scores, ensuring your facility will run at peak efficiency for years to come.

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