What is BECx?
Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) involves a quality-oriented process for achieving, verifying and documenting that the performance of the building enclosure meets the defined objectives and criteria of the building end user.
Why is BECx Important?
Today’s building projects are vastly more complex in design and construction. Coupled with the demands for value, durability, and energy performance, BECx serves a critical role for providing quality assurance to attain project success.
Why is Pie’s BECx Superior?
Pie’s professional team of building science engineers has provided BECx services nationally for a variety of department of defense, federal, institutional, commercial, religious, medical, resort and mixed-use facilities totaling more than $5.0 Billion worth of new construction projects since 1999.
Over a Decade of Experience
Pie has been involved in forensic building investigations and rehabilitation design and management that inform recommended best practices throughout the design and construction phases.
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Pie Consulting & Engineering provides building enclosure commissioning (BECx) services in accordance with NIBS Guideline 3-2006, Exterior Enclosure Technical Requirements for the BECx process and ASTM E 2813. Under these guidelines, emphasis on the building envelope is placed upon documentation of the Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR) at project inception and throughout the life of an envelope commissioning project.