Project Overview

Evaluation and modifications to initial construction completed from preliminary designs and drawings prepared by Others. Rally assessed as-constructed facility to evaluate design, identify and correct deficiencies, and prepare multi-discipline engineering work packages. The existing Power Engineering Training Facility was not commissioned, due to safety concerns, after completion of initial construction. Facility provides students the ability to fulfill requirements of completing a 200-hour power lab training program as stipulated by Alberta Boilers Safety Association (ABSA).

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Engineering Definition and Execution

Development of deficiency list, highlighting areas of concern, and preparation of capital cost estimate to correct identified deficiencies. Where possible existing installation was left intact with minor improvements rather than complete replacements. Deficiencies ranked by criticality as a means of managing scope and ensuring only the most necessary modifications completed.

Multi-discipline engineering packages prepared using 3D laser scanning.

Construction & Commissioning

Support included addressing construction contractor Requests for Information (RFIs) and full-time field support during the commissioning phase, which included: supporting development of commissioning plans for each system; and maintaining a log of punch list items to be addressed prior to start-up.

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