The commissioning process is successful when the building systems are designed, installed and prepared appropriately, with adequate time to commission efficiently. Significant value is added to a scheme at an early stage by ensuring that facilities operate as intended and can be managed effectively by maintenance personnel.

To ensure ownership of this process, Crown House technologies operate an inhouse Commissioning Management function of highly skilled, experienced staff, who integrate commissioning with our DfMA and Digital Engineering strategies, ensuring our clients get the full benefit from our holistic vertically intregrated delivery model.

Soft landings as a protocol continues to provide a significant benefit to clients and construction projects alike. Providing a level of care such that our clients and end users post handover experience is enhanced offering both parties a far greater level of understanding of one another’s needs and expectations.

We offer an industry leading, collaborative approach to soft landings, which provides a face to face and two-way conduit for sharing of information with the focus of client brief and expectations never being lost sight of during a project lifecycle.

Using the BSRIA Soft Landings 6 Stage Framework document BG 54/2018, we ensure the occupiers understand their building, and that those responsible for operating and maintaining it understand its building systems.

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Meet one of our inspirational commissioning team members

In 2015 Emma Hanson Coates joined CHt as an adult mechanical apprentice and is now leading a team on one of our projects.

It’s great to see Emma's career journey recognised in the Spring edition of the CSA newsletter.

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