2690 S. White Road, CA 95148, USA
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Description

Client

A Dubai-based diversified multinational group who operates in the areas of engineering and construction, infrastructure development and management, exploration of hydrocarbons, and mining of minerals/metals for the energy sector.

Engineering Requirement

For the below requirements, the client needed 3D Modeling using PDS,

Equipment modeling

  • Vessels
  • Flow Suction Tank
  • Pumps
  • Launcher / Receiver
  • Glycol Regeneration Unit
  • Manifolds
  • Piping modeling

Packages

  • Tank Flare Package
  • HP Flare Package
  • Oil Export Fiscal Package
  • Biocide Injection Package
  • Glycol Regeneration Unit
  • Effluent Water Treatment Package

Structure

  • Pipe rack, sleepers
  • Crane, Fence
  • Platform
  • Skid

Civil

  • Road Modeling (Existing, Gatch, Asphalt)
  • Pump house Foundation

Delivered

  • Effective on-time delivery of committed 3D Models

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