CSA moves to new offices

Commissioning Specialists' Association

The Commissioning Specialists’ Association (CSA) has moved to new premises in Horsham. Formed in 1990, the association’s aims are to develop and improve the commissioning function to provide building users, consulting engineers, main contractors and installation companies with a professional, quality service carried out by trained and experienced staff.

The association believes that engineering standards have not developed at the same pace as developments in commissioning over the last 20 years — resulting in the commissioning function becoming discredited by a combination of lack of knowledge, poorly structured training and varying approached to best commissioning practices.

The new address is 9 Kings Court, Harwood Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 5UR. More on the CSA’s web site

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