While our engineers have tackled a wide
variety of work during their careers, an overview of our
- Conceptualization. Defining the
scope and project options for both grassroots and revamp
- Process Simulation. Our firm
specializes in process simulation of refinery, renewable
energy and chemical processing facilities. Much of our
work typically centers around process simulation to identify
and define processing options. We have utilized
Hysys, PRO/II and Winsim. We have also dynamically
modeled processes with Dynsim.
- Equipment Specification.
Providing engineering specifications for pieces of major
equipment. These include reactors, towers and internals,
pumps, exchangers, heaters, drums, and instruments.
- Hydraulic Analysis. Assess and
design hydraulic loops. This is often done in conjunction
with the process design during revamps.
- Cost Estimating. Our process
engineers have prepared many scoping-quality cost estimates.
This is often done during the process design phase to select
the most cost-effective processing options.
- Procurement. Follow through with
procurement after the process design is complete. Having the
engineer who specified the equipment follow through with
procurement often allows for better vendor and equipment
- Scheduling. Our process
engineers often schedule the projects as they are being
completed. Defining the schedule keeps the process engineers
on track for the overall project goals.
- Project Management. Serving as
project managers for our, or other firms’ activities.
- Trouble-Shooting & Plant
Support. We can supply the on-site effort necessary to
help alleviate problems. Our engineers have worked in plants
for extended periods of time for unit and turnaround
- Turnaround Scheduling.
Scheduling major turnarounds both in conjunction with and
independent of our firm’s engineering involvement. It is a
good fit to schedule the turnaround for a revamp which we