What Is a Commissioning Engineer?


A commissioning engineer is an engineer involved in developing a draft commissioning plan which outlines the project roles and responsibilities. He can also develop commissioning specifications for construction documents. Further to those, he can also review designs, maintainability, operations and bid documents.
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1. Get a degree. A bachelor's degree is the minimum standard for entry into the profession. Your degree can be in geology, geophysics, mining, civil engineering or mechanical engineering
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Commissioning engineers are people who are responsible for commissioning and overseeing the installation of various systems, plants and equipment. They can be employed by companies that manufacture mechanical, electrical and electronic systems, machinery and equipment and many others.
A commissioning engineer is one who is hired by a builder to oversee the contractors needed to install heating, ventilation and air conditioning, electricity and other systems for the building. The engineer inspects the systems and runs performance tests to ensure the systems are integrated and working together.
A commissioning engineer is someone who is hired to advise and oversee objectively the contractors hired to install utilities like heating and ventilation in a building about to be constructed.
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