Pre commissioning & Commissioning

Pre commissioning

The bulk of the pre commissioning work commences once the construction phase is largely completed. The pre commissioning crew calibrates and tests all components of the project under conditions as close to operational as practical. Depending on the nature of the contract and the adjustments necessary, the pre commissioning crew may make adjustments or modifications, or it may return the project to the construction crew for required work


The final phase of a project’s preparation, commissioning certifies that the project is ready for regular operations, and follows successful pre commissioning. There’s a good amount of behind-the-scenes work, with documents and punch lists being checked and double checked, because once commissioned and handed over to the client, any problems or issues arising from the project’s operation are the property of the client. Depending on the project, commissioning may be the last stage of the pre commissioning process, or it may be a separate phase entirely, during which the entire project, with all systems energized and operational, is tested under real-world conditions

Benefits of pre commissioning & Commissioning

These pre commissioning and commissioning activities ensure there are no glitches in the project. Most large projects, including building construction, manufacturing plants, sea vessels, oil pipelines and the like are time-, labor- and capital-intensive undertakings. Pre commissioning and commissioning are safeguards that ensure the project is built to specifications and will operate and intended