A few days ago Mark Walter of Virtual Cx dropped me a link to his blog, appropriately called Building Commissioning. Billed as "the largest Building Commissioning blog in the United States", there is an even mix of system profiles, commissioning (Cx) guidance, Cx cost/benefit info, and standard/code development commentary in it's 100+ posts and articles. Though a corporate blog, he doesn't seem to be too concerned about pitching his service (which is an interesting concept on its own), but instead sticks to creating a resource that reads like it was actually written by a commissioning agent (CxA) and not some intern 'specialized in web 2.0'...
I wish I knew enough about Cx to write this stuff!
The posts constantly link to things like the "Practical Guide for Commissioning Existing Buildings" (from an 1999 ORNL report), the IT Handbook for Energy Efficient Cooling (in a post about Cx guidance to limit hot spots in data centers), and a sample Cx kickoff meeting agenda (in a post about... sample kickoff meeting agendas. Let's see you top that, web 2.0 intern!).
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