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Testing & Performance Verification

Testing the performance of indoor spaces is essential for identifying potential issues, optimizing the indoor environment, and ensuring that building occupants are provided with a healthy, comfortable, and productive workspace. Regular assessments can help address problems promptly, improve energy efficiency, and contribute to the overall sustainability of your space.

RCI provides an independent testing and performance verification service for your project no matter whether you're applying for certification or need assurance that your spaces are performing as intended.

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Testing Services

Indoor Air Quality

Air Quality:

Testing for pollutants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), particulate matter, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and other potential contaminants.

Lighting Quality

Illuminance Levels:

Measuring the intensity of light to ensure it meets recommended levels for various tasks.

Color Intensity:

Assessing the color appearance of light, which can impact mood and visual comfort.

Mold & Bacteria

Conducting tests for the presence of mold, bacteria, and other biological contaminants that could affect indoor air quality and occupant health.

Thermal Comfort


Measuring ambient temperature to ensure it falls within the comfort range for occupants.



Assessing humidity levels to prevent issues like mold growth and to maintain occupant comfort. 

Acoustics / Noise

Noise Levels:

Measuring ambient noise levels and identifying potential sources of noise that may impact occupant comfort and productivity.

Sound Insulation:

Assessing the effectiveness of soundproofing measures to minimize disturbances between different spaces.

HVAC Inspection

A thorough inspection of heating and air conditioning systems, and checking the adequacy of ventilation systems to provide sufficient fresh air exchange and control indoor pollutant levels.

Comissioning Cx &
Performance Verification

Commissioning and performance verification are essential processes in the lifecycle of a building, ensuring that its systems operate efficiently and meet the intended design and performance criteria. 


Commissioning is a systematic and thorough process that involves verifying and documenting that all building systems and components are designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained according to the owner's requirements and the project's specifications.

Performance verification involves assessing and confirming that the building systems and components continue to operate as intended after the commissioning process. It is an ongoing effort to monitor and maintain optimal performance throughout the building's lifecycle.

UL Verified Health Building Program

If you are concerned about indoor environmental conditions in your building or space then consider applying for the UL VHB (Verified Healthy Building) program. The program offers the real estate industry an independent source of reassurance from a respected safety science leader.

The UL VHB Mark shows a commitment to providing a healthy indoor environment for occupants.

Contact us for more information and how to apply.

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