Rally worked closely with the Client’s operations and maintenance teams to secure alignment on the project execution plan. The Client only had enough tank capacity to maintain normal operations for 72 hours – this meant the naphtha piping tie-ins would need be made during a very quick outage. Rally designed the new piping so that 80% of it could be pre-installed while the pump was still in operation. The final piping tie-ins were made during a brief 24-hour pump outage.
Rally delivered a construction work package (CWP) which detailed the required piping demolition and new construction scope. Engineering was successfully delivered in time to meet an aggressive project schedule.
Rally also participated in the Client’s pre-start-up safety review (PSSR). This included a walk-down of the newly installed piping, ensuring full compliance with the engineered drawings.