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Certified Commissioning Contractor (CCC)


Testing Adjusting and Balancing Bureau (TABB)


The CCC is TABB's statement that a contractor has all the necessary resources, competence and integrity in commissioning building environmental systems to produce the design objectives or optimum system performance. TABB certifies firms that make contributions to the National Energy Management Institute Committee (NEMIC). Firms also must:

  • Employ a TABB Certified Commissioning Supervisor and a technician who has approved certification
  • Possess the required manuals and forms
  • Adopt the TABB Customer Satisfaction Procedure
  • Have been in business for 12 months with demonstrable competence and integrity in the HVAC business
  • Furnish 5 reference letters from local architects, building owners, consulting engineers or contractors
  • Demonstrate a history of commissioning to SMACNA standards and commissioning work that conforms with TABB standards


TABB may perform a site visit.


  • Application: $50
  • Renewal: free


Certification is renewable every 2 years. Certificants must show that they continue to meet all qualifications and requirements for initial certification.


Kevin Casey

Director of Certification

Testing, Adjusting and Balancing Bureau
International Certification Board

601 North Fairfax Street, Suite 240
Alexandria, VA 22314

Tel: (703) 299-5646

General: (800) 458-6525

Last revised October 2010