FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM COMMISSIONING
AJECS experienced staff of engineers and technicians have earned a reputation with architects, general contractors, authorities having jurisdiction, building owners and end users by assisting in the commissioning process for a variety of fire protection systems.
Fire suppression system commissioning is a quality assurance or quality control process used to ensure system performance reliability demonstrated through inspection, testing, and documentation of the system at all stages from inception to acceptance.
Approach to Commissioning
Commissioning starts with the establishment of a basis of design to identify system performance requirements and continues throughout construction, acceptance of the system by the owner and AHJ, and after building occupancy. Our process includes:
- Review of shop drawings, field surveillance.
- Development of functional acceptance test procedures.
- Witnessing and directing acceptance testing.
- Review and acceptance of operations and maintenance (O&M) manuals.
- Review and acceptance of as-built shop drawings.
- Providing training support.
- Resolution of warranty issues.