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Description

Client

A multi-national EPC expert that specializes in delivering technology oriented projects for industries like petrochemical, polymers, fibers, energy, biofuels and environment. The client operates as one company, sharing one vision, one culture.

Engineering Requirement

  • To set up complete project administration & customization of specifications
  • 3D modeling of equipment’s piping, structures, fire-fighting, foam system, nozzle orientation, instrumentation & supports
  • Isometric set up
  • Orthographic set up
  • Co-ordination with all the concerned departments with clients
  • Design review with client using SPR (Surface Plasmon Resonance)
  • Extraction of MTO
  • Preparation of GA drawings
  • Preparation of clash check reports
  • Preparation of MTO (BOM) in excel format
  • SPR sessions for client review

Delivered

  • Area wise model
  • Area wise clash check report
  • Area wise A.G. piping GA
  • Area wise U.G. piping GA
  • Area wise IBR systems
  • Area wise steam tracing GA
  • IFC isometrics
  • Nozzle orientation reports
  • Battery limits / Tie in points / Sleeper details
  • Support books with sketches
  • All check prints with check list for audit purpose

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