University of Georgia – Center for Molecular Medicine

ICE’s involvement in the Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM) project at the University of Georgia demonstrates their comprehensive approach to commissioning services. From the early design phase through to acceptance and beyond, ICE played a pivotal role in ensuring the successful implementation and operation of MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) systems as well as control systems.

Our participation in various stages of the project, including design review meetings and the development of commissioning specifications and plans, highlights ICE’s commitment to aligning project objectives with the Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR). By closely monitoring construction activities and conducting consistent inspections, ICE was able to identify and address potential issues promptly, thus safeguarding the project’s success.

Systems commissioned by ICE encompassed a wide range of critical components, including mechanical, HVAC control, electrical, plumbing, and laboratory systems. ICE’s tailored approach to Final Performance Testing (FPT), specifically developed for each system, reflects their commitment to delivering a fully operational facility that meets the owner’s expectations.

Moreover, ICE’s involvement in seasonal testing and the 10-month evaluation of the building’s operation demonstrates their commitment to ongoing performance monitoring and optimization, providing the owner with assurance that the facility continues to operate effectively over time. Overall, ICE’s comprehensive commissioning services undoubtedly contributed to the successful delivery of the Center for Molecular Medicine, supporting its mission of advancing biomedical research and enhancing global healthcare outcomes.