Building Commissioning Association

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The Building Commissioning Association (BCA) is a non-profit trade association for individuals and companies interested in building commissioning. The association seeks to enhance quality standards throughout the industry by developing best practices doctrine and educational programs.

It offers a certification program[1] and sponsors a trade show.[2]

Certification designations that are currently offered include: CCP - Certified Commissioning Professional; ACP - Associate Commissioning Professional


The Building Commissioning Handbook, Second Edition - is a guide to commissioning and retrocommissioning and outlines the commissioning process from predesign to occupancy.

Best Practices in Commissioning Existing Buildings - Published in June 2008, is a comprehensive document dealing with the industry’s best practices in the commissioning of existing buildings.


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