Firm Profile

Client Focused Services

Command Commissioning has more than 300 active clients across the United States and Worldwide. We have worked with clients in nearly every market sector and facility type. But it’s not about the number of client’s for us. At Command Commissioning, we foster relationships that transcend single projects and span decades. Whatever the need, we are here to deliver solutions in innovative ways that achieve our client’s goals.


Command Commissioning believes in enhancing efficiency, improving functionality, minimizing environmental impact, and improving the sustainability of buildings. We do this through the technical commissioning process. Our global climate is ever changing, and it is becoming increasingly important to maintain a commitment to sustainability.

Key Facts


of six Licensees of Continuous Commissioning®


Year Founded


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Fortune 50 Companies


Military Bases


of the 35 busiest US Airports


Departments of the Federal Government










Million SQFT registered for achieved LEED certification


USGBC registered projects

AABC Commissioning Group (ACG)

Command Commissioning is a Certified Commissioning firm through the ACG, and has seven certified commissioning agents. The ACG was established in 2004 and is now considered a staple among commissioning professionals. ACG Certified Commissioning Agents (CxA) are increasingly in demand.

National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB)

Created in 1971, NEBB is a must have certification for firms providing cost-effective performance for building systems. Command Commissioning is a certified Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing firm with NEBB.

Building Commissioning Association (BCxA)

The BCxA is an international association that supports building performance through commissioning. Command Commissioning is a corporate member of the BCxA.

7×24 Exchange (Lonestar Chapter)

Since 1989 the 7×24 Exchange has been made up of industry visionaries in the fields of aerospace, energy, financial services, government, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, media, and technology. The Lonestar Chapter is headed up by president Don Barnwell, our Director of Operations. Command Commissioning co-founder and principal, Julian Rachman, is the secretary and treasurer of the Lonestar Chapter. The Lonestar Chapter aims to promote open dialogue by providing non-technical expertise on topics including organization and management, systems and administrative, and communications. In 2013, the Lonestar Chapter setup two endowments at the Engineering Schools of Texas A&M University and University of Texas at Austin.

Investor Confidence Project

The Investor Confidence Project helps define a road-map from retrofit opportunity to reliable Investor Ready Energy Efficiency. As a member provider, Command Commissioning can be trusted by owners, investors, and others to possess the necessary credentials and experience to provide energy efficiency solutions.

US Green Building Council (USGBC)

As an integral part of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification, commissioning is essential to the delivery of successful construction projects. Command Commissioning has three LEED Accredited Professionals on staff. Our team has commissioned more than 37 million SQFT of projects registered for LEED certification.

Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)

The AEE’s mission is to promote scientific and educational interests of those engaged in the energy industry and to foster action for Sustainable Development. Our team has an AEE Certified Energy Manager and an AEE Certified Building Commissioning Professional. The CEM certification is focused on the optimization of energy performance of a facility. The CBCP raises the professional standards of existing building commissioning.

American Society for Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-Conditioning Engineer (ASHRAE)

A global professional association of engineers, ASHRAE is a standard publishing powerhouse for HVAC systems and issues. Members of our team take their involvement beyond membership and have served as student-branch president and guest lectures for the ASHRAE Lecture Series. Mitchell Paulus recently presented a topic to the College Station student branch on the subject of “Software Skills/Tools You Should Know About as an Engineer.”