3714 Harvey Penick Drive, TX 78664
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Description

Client

A leader in chemical, oil and gas, air separation, heaters, furnaces, process & utility offering engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services to clients worldwide. They also focus on engineering consultancy, process & engineering design, project management along with assembly & commissioning.

Engineering Requirement

  • To customize the piping specification and catalogue in AVEVA PDMS (version 12.1 SP4) including approximately 35 piping specifications with Stud bolt customization as per new bolting method in AVEVA PDMS.

Delivered

  • Customized Piping Specifications
  • Customized Catalogue
  • Customized Stud Bolt Specifications

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