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Description

Client

A Dubai based upcoming EPC Contractor offering international-grade design, engineering & construction services to all kind of power plants. They also work with many EPC clients for various upcoming engineering projects.

Engineering Requirement

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) contracted with the Louis Berger Group/Black & Veatch Joint Venture to build the modern 105 MW Tarakhil Power Plant in Kabul, Afghanistan. It appointed Oilfield Supply Centre as the EPC with Rishabh to provide field engineering and an intelligent 3D model for the entire plant, including piping, equipment, civil, and structural. Covering almost one square mile, the project consists of 18 diesel engine generators of 5.8 MW each housed in three power blocks containing six generators. Each is capable of collectively producing 105 MW of electricity.

Delivered

  • Overcame inefficiencies in engineering and modeling
  • Reduced modeling work hours by 30 percent
  • Increased overall productivity by 20 percent
  • Recorded more than 95 percent accuracy

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