What Does a Project Commissioner Do?

April 27, 2017 BY Gabrielle Tiven

Warehouse Project Commissioner

It’s a long journey from developing plans for a new distribution center to actually settling into a functional building – and even harder to manage such a large move without interrupting your day-to-day operations.

With a scope and mandate larger than the traditional role of a general contractor, a project commissioner takes the lead on planning and managing thousands of details to deliver a fully operational building. A project commissioner bridges design, construction, and operations, ensuring a smooth transition including the training and documentation needed for ongoing operations.

A project commissioner always represents the owner’s interests, and coordinates many stages of a new construction or renovation project including planning, procurement, coordination, construction, testing, documentation, training and transition.

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