Commissioning and retro commissioning

Independent assessment of construction projects

Commissioning management is a planned, systematic and multi-disciplinary quality and control (QA/QC) process for new construction projects that begins with pre-design and continues through design, construction, and early operation.

Commissioning is intended to ensure that building systems and equipment have been designed, installed, and tested to perform in accordance with the design intent.

Focus on retro commissioning

The goal of the retro commissioning process is to optimize the performance of the overall building system and single subsystems function. Retro commissioning, or “existing building commissioning,” is a systematic process for identifying and implementing operational and maintenance improvements in a building to ensure continued good performance over time. Retro commissioning focuses on operations and maintenance improvements and diagnostic testing, although needed capital improvements may be identified and recommended through the process.


The activity is carried out in accordance with the RINA governance model, which safeguards impartiality and prevents conflict of interest situations.

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Nunzio Di Somma Real estate and green building sector manager

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