It’s about the people. Christopher W. Piché, BCCB President

Members of the Building Commissioning Community, Generally speaking, efforts to create intelligent or “smart” buildings, neighborhoods and cities have focused on data and technological solutions. Philosophically, you could enter into an extended dialogue as to how we should define “intelligent” in this context – the fact remains that the amount of information available for providing […]

Validate Your Cx Expertise, Become A CCP!

The Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP) offered by the Building Commissioning Certification Board (BCCB) is a credential unmatched by others in the field – it’s the first and only commissioning certification to receive both ANSI accreditation and official recognition by the Department of Energy’s “Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines”. The individual CCP application process is simple, swift […]

Return on Investment of a CCP

Return on Investment of a CCP By Tim O’Neill, PE, CCP Our firm provides commissioning services throughout the Pacific Northwest. We place a high value on the Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP) certification administered by the Building Commissioning Certification Board (BCCB).  We believe that when our employees obtain this industry-recognized certification they immediately become more marketable, […]


Celebrate With Us! As you know through previous announcements, the Building Commissioning Certification Board has been diligently working on getting the CCP certification accredited. We are pleased to announce that Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP) has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) based on the International Standard ANSI/ISO/IEC 17024:2012. This version of the […]

What Is an ‘Accredited’ Certification? What Are We Doing About It?

The Building Commissioning Certification Board (BCCB) is currently in the process of applying for accreditation to the ISO 10724:2012 for our Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP). This effort began 12 years ago and was designed to meet requirements for receiving accreditation by an industry-validated third party authorized to administer that standard. Now, I’m sure it would […]