For a large scale industrial process plant, Boulting provided engineering design, mechanical, electrical and Instrumentation services for the installation of the plant and equipment of the new build.
Following initial provided designs, Boulting pulled on its experienced design team to ensure that the plant requirements were fully met, design gaps eradicated and construction could begin with confidence.
Boulting engineering design scope included the power distribution systems, cabling containment design, lighting systems together with piping and piping support detailing.
Following procurement and offsite pipework and support fabrication, works carried out included the installation of plant equipment, pumps, process skids, enclosures, and associated interconnecting pipework.
This included the installation of multiple large tanks, scrubber tower and other specialist process equipment along with an extract and HVAC system. Power distribution and control containment, cable routing, control and instrumentation cabling, earthing and bonding were also part of the scope for the project as well as lighting and small power.
With Boulting’s wide and accessible resource pool on hand to account for work based fluctuations, Boulting were able to flexibly control the number of workers on site and ensure a solid and consistent work flow.
The diverse range of Boulting workers on site included project managers, site health and safety advisors, construction managers, planning engineers, design managers, site quality control engineers and more.
In addition, Boulting worked in close collaboration with sub-contractors and OEMs on site to ensure the seamless integration of works on the project.
With early engagement from project start to end, Boulting have successfully managed the smooth running of the works associated with the large industrial process plant.
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