Wright Commissioning opens University City office “Platinum Corridor” with LEED-minded tenant
Philadelphia, PA – Wright Commissioning has opened an office in 2.0 University Place, a LEED-Platinum building within University City’s thriving technology district. The growing MBE / WBE-applied firm ensures that the building systems of new and existing facilities function efficiently, effectively and sustainably.
“Our business is ensuring that your building works the way it was intended to work,” said Kim Wright, CEO. “Building owners and facility managers hire us to optimize the performance and energy-efficiency of HVAC and other building systems for new construction as well as older, landmark structures. As an independent commissioning authority, we are obligated to no one but the client.”
Wright Commissioning occupies Suite 510 of 2.0 University Place at 30 North 41st St.Certified by the National Environmental Balancing Bureau and ASHRAE, Wright Commissioning was formerly Brooks + Wright Commissioning, with its office in Center City.
“We focus on systems accessibility, testability and maintainability,” said Will Wright, president.
“Technical commissioning can begin at any stage in the building process, but it has the greatest long-term value when we are involved from the planning and design phase through building occupancy and operation.”Scott Mazo, the developer of 2.0 University Place, worked to earn LEED Platinum certification for 2.0, the highest rating a building can get for sustainable design and energy efficiency.