Articles by Rebecca Thatcher Ellis, P.E.

Commissioning: Getting It Right: Using Measuring And Verification During Commissioning

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Measurement and verification: another step toward success.
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Commissioning: Getting it Right: Quality Control (December 1999)

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Quality control and commissioning: can you tell them apart?
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Commissioning Getting It Right: Using Commissioning In D-B Projects (September 2000)

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Adapting the commissioning process in d-b projects is easy if everyone is on the same page.
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Commissioning: The Eternal DID (August 2000)

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The design intent document can live on after construction is completed.
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Commissioning: Outline Objectives With DID (July 2000)

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The DID is the right place to state goals for everyone to see.
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Commissioning: On Time Keeps Things On Target (February 2000)

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Contracting tardiness means trouble for a project.
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Commissioning: Marketing To Prove Your Point (March 2000)

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Long-term projects need long-term marketing to keep the commissioning spark alive.
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Commissioning: The High Cost of Not Commissioning (June 2000)

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It pays (literally) to deal with problems sooner rather than later.
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Commissioning: Reducing Project Costs (April 2000)

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Rebecca Ellis looks at how the overall process can save money in this month's column.
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