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From the bidding process, to our approach to the marketplace, to how we deal with terms and conditions, everything we do with respect to procuring equipment and materials gives our clients the most for their purchasing dollar.
Procurement gets started early.
Front-End Engineering & Design (FEED/Schedule A)
At this point preliminary design is underway, providing a road map, identifying potential challenges and helping minimize possible rework later on. Procurement begins our two-phased bidding process by obtaining quotes on all the engineered items and equipment. Our expertise during this stage sets our clients up for success and allows us to generate a much tighter overall estimate.
After the conceptual and feasibility studies have been completed, and preliminary design has yielded a reasonably tight estimate of costs, the real intense design work can begin. This is where we put together all drawings for construction and maintenance, where electrical schematics, foundation plans and other detailing all come together. This is also when we begin assembling parts, ordering piping and ensuring that everything fits.
There is a great deal of coordination involved when executing projects. Our strength as a company is that our teams have worked together on many projects over a number of years. Collaboration among the different disciplines has been fine tuned through experience. And we have proven procedures and methods that make coordination reliable.
A refinery in the Northeast sought to improve the removal of salts, solids and water from virgin crude stocks in the Crude Distillation Unit. They commissioned C&I to develop a +/-15% cost estimate for a new two-stage desalter system. The design crude slate was a blend of Canadian tar sands synthetic crudes. C&I defined the physical properties of the blend in the conceptual package, performing an independent HYSYS simulation to confirm properties were correctly identified.
Refinery Optimization Project
C&I devised scopes of work to optimize a refinery in the Midwest. Our involvement in the project included work for: the FCCU scrubber, purge treatment unit, soda ash system, olefin/amine debottlenecking, condensate recovery, outfall water line sump, and electrical infrastructure.
Stranded Gas Recovery (NSPS Sub J)
C&I provided ISBL and OSBL conceptual design, FEED, detail design, construction and start-up support for the installation of a new reciprocating compressor. The ISBL work included design and installation of the compressor, heat exchangers, pressure vessels, pumps, foundations, structural steel, electrical and instrumentation, and piping.