Building enclosures are more complex and less forgiving than ever before. From assembly in the field under any weather condition to tradespeople who report to different contractors assembling the structure with minimal oversight, the list of variables that accompanies the construction of a structure is lengthy. When it’s all said and done, how can you verify the finished structure, enclosure systems and the systems’ installation will meet the project requirements?
Watch as our building enclosure commissioning expert, Andre Lehr from our Houston, Texas office, dives into building enclosure commissioning and what architects, contractors and project managers should keep in mind as they plan, construct and maintain high performance structures.
Learn more about:
- What goes into building enclosure commissioning and why it’s important
- What a qualified building enclosure commissioning consultant will bring to your project
- How to integrate commissioning into each phase of a project
- Common building enclosure failures and testing methods
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Meet the Speaker
Andre Lehr, CxA+BE, LEED BD+C
South Central Business Unit Manager – Building and Structure Sciences Group
Andre Lehr is the South Central Business Unit Manager for our Building and Structure Sciences group. With 22 years of experience as a senior project manager and consultant, Andre has provided professional services for large, complex projects involving the commissioning and design of mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems, building enclosures and existing facility LEED O&M Certification. His project experience includes industrial, healthcare and educational facilities and he has been involved in all aspects of program and project management.