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Services

Owner's Engineer

Onsite Engineering Support


We can provide onsite engineering presence at our client’s facilities; this includes project or multiyear engineering presence for our larger clients who have multiple simultaneous projects.




Equipment Assessment


We can review our client’s electrical infrastructure to determine obsolescence, equipment age and recommended maintenance intervals as well as replacement options.




Maintenance Planning


We can review the equipment and the criticality of the electrical equipment to help develop a preventative maintenance program.




Feasibility and Scoping Studies


When expanding or replacing complex electrical infrastructure there is often numerous solutions available, different solutions can vary in price and performance, most of our clients don’t have a one size fits all solution and its critical to understand the clients application and needs and develop a solution that is optimized to the customers needs.




Front End Engineering (FEED)


To develop a scope and determine the type of equipment to specify will require some preliminary engineering, this often includes power system studies and drawings. This initial investment at the start of the project can reduce the unknowns that can lead to scope drift and overspends later in the project.




Scope Development


It is critical to communicate requirements of the client and the application by developing a detailed scope this initial investment reduces uncertainly or ambiguity.




Bid Documentation


Developing a clear bid document is critical to ensure that all bidders understand the requirements and are submitting comparable bids.




Contractor Coordination


Complex electrical projects can require several contractors to implement different phases of the project, we can manage the communication between the different contractors and coordinate the all aspects from site mobilization, orientations, scheduling and demobilization.




Project Management


From the project charter stage to project closeout, we assist our client in developing budgets to forecasting, scheduling, contractor mobilization and onsite contractor support, commission and start-up planning, execution planning.




Witnessing Factory & Site Acceptable Testing (FAT/SAT)


To ensure manufactured equipment meets the specifications, standards, and design, we will attend on clients' behalf at the vendor's factory to witness the Factory Acceptance Testing and participate in onsite to witness the site acceptance testing during commissioning.




Bid Evaluation


Bids will require both a technical and financial evaluation; we can provide a professional assessment and guide our clients on the proposals that meet the project's requirements




Commissioning & Start Up


We will plan the commissioning and start up activities with the vendor to ensure proper document handoff to the client in preparation for energization. This process ensures that deficiencies during construction is addressed prior to the equipment being handed off to the site.





Power System Studies

Onsite Engineering Support


We can provide onsite engineering presence at our client’s facilities; this includes project or multiyear engineering presence for our larger clients who have multiple simultaneous projects.




Equipment Assessment


We can review our client’s electrical infrastructure to determine obsolescence, equipment age and recommended maintenance intervals as well as replacement options.




Maintenance Planning


We can review the equipment and the criticality of the electrical equipment to help develop a preventative maintenance program.




Feasibility and Scoping Studies


When expanding or replacing complex electrical infrastructure there is often numerous solutions available, different solutions can vary in price and performance, most of our clients don’t have a one size fits all solution and its critical to understand the clients application and needs and develop a solution that is optimized to the customers needs.




Front End Engineering (FEED)


To develop a scope and determine the type of equipment to specify will require some preliminary engineering, this often includes power system studies and drawings. This initial investment at the start of the project can reduce the unknowns that can lead to scope drift and overspends later in the project.




Scope Development


It is critical to communicate requirements of the client and the application by developing a detailed scope this initial investment reduces uncertainly or ambiguity.




Bid Documentation


Developing a clear bid document is critical to ensure that all bidders understand the requirements and are submitting comparable bids.




Contractor Coordination


Complex electrical projects can require several contractors to implement different phases of the project, we can manage the communication between the different contractors and coordinate the all aspects from site mobilization, orientations, scheduling and demobilization.




Project Management


From the project charter stage to project closeout, we assist our client in developing budgets to forecasting, scheduling, contractor mobilization and onsite contractor support, commission and start-up planning, execution planning.




Witnessing Factory & Site Acceptable Testing (FAT/SAT)


To ensure manufactured equipment meets the specifications, standards, and design, we will attend on clients' behalf at the vendor's factory to witness the Factory Acceptance Testing and participate in onsite to witness the site acceptance testing during commissioning.




Bid Evaluation


Bids will require both a technical and financial evaluation; we can provide a professional assessment and guide our clients on the proposals that meet the project's requirements




Commissioning & Start Up


We will plan the commissioning and start up activities with the vendor to ensure proper document handoff to the client in preparation for energization. This process ensures that deficiencies during construction is addressed prior to the equipment being handed off to the site.





Detailed Design

Electrical Single Lines


We will review your existing or new facility and develop a site-wide single drawing that covers all areas of the electrical distribution.




Substation Design


Complete customer owned substation designs, from 480V up to 69kV.




Protection, Switchgear and MCC Design


We develop a detailed drawing package to submit to equipment vendors and construction contractors.




Arc Flash Mitigation


As a result of an arc flash study, there can be equipment that has high incident energy; there are many solutions that can reduce arc flash energy or methods to reduce the exposure to equipment operators. We can explore these options and design an arc flash solution that fits the specific needs of the client.




Electrical Drafting


Our electrical drafters work with our professional engineers to develop drawings for our clients.




Protective Relaying


Determine the sites protective relaying requirements to determine the most suitable equipment model and protection elements for protecting the client’s electrical distribution.





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