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There are many engineering companies, just as are there are many construction companies that have a wealth of knowledge and experience. Moving forward with a project often involves connecting the two vendors to get the job done. This can be overwhelming and confusing, because the two elements often have different goals. The solution is finding one company that consolidates the vendors to work together right from the onset. Here are six of the key advantages to using one company to bring your project to life. Benefits of Hiring a Full Service Company Save time by overlapping phases of engineering and […]

Industrial facilities are carefully regulated by OSHA and other governmental organizations because they typically deal with very volatile substances, extreme heat and pressure, and large, heavy equipment. This means that safety is a top priority at most industrial facilities. Fortunately, quality engineering leads to better, safer facilities. Let’s take a look at some key factors that go into this. Top Considerations for Engineering Safe Industrial Facilities A number of important considerations go into engineering safe industrial facilities. On the one hand the facility needs to meet practical requirements such as space, size, capacity, and optimized layout for efficiency. The particular […]

Industrial facilities are always looking for ways to improve performance and productivity. One very effective way to do just that is by consulting with a process engineer. Process engineers can help companies debottleneck their operations, optimize performance, reduce labor costs, and make the most of maintenance and upgrades. Let’s take a closer look at how process engineering helps accomplish these goals. What Is Process Engineering? Process engineering is an engineering discipline that was first developed in the 1960s and that today helps companies, organizations, and individuals worldwide improve design processes, operations, process controls, and process optimization strategies. On its most […]

If you operate a commercial, industrial, or manufacturing business, you are almost certainly always vigilantly monitoring the profitability of your business. Through efficiency, good management, and eliminating waste, you keep your costs low. One of the biggest costs in commercial and industrial facilities is often the costs associated with process heat or even simply heating and cooling the facility itself. One great way to manage your costs is to install a combined heat and power system, also known as a CHP. What Is CHP? Combined heat and power systems work together to simultaneously produce power while also trapping and utilizing […]

Engineers take principles from the fields of mathematics and science and use those principles to create solutions to a variety of problems. Although many people associate engineering principles to matters of construction, these principles can, in fact, be applied within workplaces such as testing services. In one example, an engineer used principles to solve problems related to an over-abundance of indirect expenses and another problem related to the inefficient use of space. By rearranging the way that operations were completed in the workspace, the professional solved both problems. In essence, the professional applied broad engineering principles to develop an economical […]

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