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Description

Client

The client is a large EPC conglomerate based in Greece with construction project execution across a myriad of industries, ranging from commercial infrastructure to heavy industrial and energy sectors.

Engineering Requirement

To execute the piping & structural detailed engineering for the gas receiving station (GRS). The activities included:

Delivered

  • Piping stress analysis report with stress ISO mark-ups and .C2 File
  • Piping support construction drawing
  • Piping support material take off (MTO)
  • Pipe support list

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