Please join us for a free training on building commissioning and the Rhode Island Commercial Stretch on Wednesday, November 7th at the Viessmann facility in Warwick. This workshop will highlight how building commissioning supports Owner’s energy conservation goals across all commercial buildings from smaller simple buildings to high-performance complex buildings. During this workshop we will discuss actual project case studies highlighting how the commissioning process was executed and how it met the energy efficiency code requirements at each step along the way. Continuing Education hours will be available.
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Stephen Turner Inc. hosted a delegation from the Japanese Building Services Commissioning Association last week. Fifteen members of the Japanese commissioning organization traveled to Cambridge, MA, where they toured two major construction projects with city representatives and the Stephen Turner Inc. team, focusing on the City of Cambridge net zero schools initiative, energy-saving project elements, on-site renewable generation, local construction techniques, and best commissioning practices. The site visits were followed by a symposium on best commissioning practices, competing in a commoditized commissioning services marketplace, and the state of the US commissioning industry. Stephen Turner, president of Stephen Turner Inc., has been invited to lecture on best commissioning practices in Japan in September 2020.
Rhode Island! Come out tonight and join us for a drink and some great conversation as Stephen Turner Inc. hosts the Providence Building Commissioning Association (BCxA) May social event at Bayberry Beer Hall from 5:30 – 7:30pm. Your first drink is on the BCxA!
Bayberry is located at: 381 W Fountain Street, Providence, RI 02903
We encourage members and non-members to connect! Relax, share, network, and learn more about Commissioning and the BCxA. And don’t forget to use the hashtag #CxSocial to share pictures with the other Northeast Chapter locations #networking#buildingcommissioning
The Building Commissioning Association Northeast Chapter awarded Stephen Turner Inc. an Honorable Mention in the New Construction Category of the chapter's 2017 Commissioning Project Awards for the Brown University School of Engineering project. The award was jointly presented to Brown University and Stephen Turner, Inc. in recognition of the commissioning services performed on the project and the owner's commitment to the commissioning process. Stephen Turner Inc. performed LEED Fundamental and Enhanced Commissioning services on Brown University's School of Engineering Project and commissioning was an integral part of the Integrated Project Delivery process and the project’s success.
The MIT W34 Johnson Ice Rink Chiller Replacement Project consisted of the demolition of the existing DX refrigerant brine chiller and the installation of an anhydrous ammonia refrigerant (R-717) brine chiller, ventilation system, and an ammonia detection system. Stephen Turner Inc. commissioned the new chiller, ventilation system, and ammonia detection system, wrote the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), and documented the sequences of operation and setpoints for these systems. This ammonia chiller was the first of its kind at MIT.
Stephen Turner, president of Stephen Turner Inc., and Gary Hebner, senior project manager and electrical lead, have earned Certified Commissioning Professional certification from the Building Commissioning Certification Board.
As the only two registered CCPs in the state of Rhode Island, the certification is an affirmation of their experience and expertise in executing all aspects of the commissioning process. CCP certification is the standard for commissioning providers, and is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and recognized by the Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines Program.
Join us as we team up with National Grid to host a one-hour tour of Brown University's recently opened new state-of-the-art School of Engineering building. The tour will focus on how the project met and exceeded Rhode Island energy code for building envelope, HVAC systems and lighting controls.
Take the tour, then stop over to Flatbread Pizza Company for our annual Holiday party for food and refreshments with the Stephen Turner Inc. team. Family and friends are welcome!
Register for the tour at: https://www.eventbrite.com
Do you or your project team have questions about the energy code? Call 1-855-343-0105 to request free guidance from Stephen Turner Inc. As part of the Rhode Island Code Compliance Enhancement Initiative, Stephen Turner Inc. is working with CLEAResult to offer the Code Compliance Circuit Rider program. Call the hotline to submit your question and request a free site visit and written guidance to keep your project moving forward. For more information, visit ngrid.com/rienergycode