Quite simply, commissioning is the vital ingredient that binds together design, construction and operation through a collaborative approach. Think of Panyanru this way: we manage the gap between client expectations, design intent and the finished product. Delivering a fully functional and energy efficient building is our business. We don’t just tick boxes, we think outside the square.

We offer specialised independent commissioning services including:

Reviewing contractor method documentation

  • Comprehensive review of all commissioning and documentation requirements with each contractor. Preparation of a road-map for the commissioning process in collaboration with the documentation team.

Creating commissioning plans and schedules

  • On completion of reviews, prepare a detailed plan of sequential activities to establish the interdependencies of all activities.

Facilitating meetings and workshops

  • Manage the commissioning meetings and regularly update the commissioning programme accordingly. We undertake regular reviews of the M&E installation to eliminate commissioning related problems before they can impact upon the programme.

Functional testing

  • Carry out an appraisal of the installation works with a focus on the commissionability. We witness tests on key systems, report progressively against potential problems with the installation and attend any offsite witnessing. We witness the testing and commissioning of the individual items of plant in a stand-alone and fully interfaced condition in readiness for the final proving phase.

Reviewing operational performance

  • During the testing and commissioning phase Panyanru plays a pro-active role in guiding the installing contractors to ensure activities are performed in accordance with the approved method statements and recognised codes of practice.

Retrospective re-commissioning of existing buildings

  • Conduct a comprehensive audit to ensure the building systems (hydraulic, mechanical/HVAC, electrical, fire and control systems) are operational as originally planned and constructed. Tests are performed to identify where operational, design or mechanical/electrical/control shifts have compromised the performance of building services.