BHP Engineering & Construction, LP teamed with mor than a half-dozen other contractors to complete this aggressive construction schedule for Phillips 66's LPG Marine Terminals
BHP provided detail design services to complete the mechanical, piping, electrical, instrumentation, fire protection, and structural portions for the fabrication and erection of three new marine terminal docks for Phillips 66. The three docs supported a total of eighteen loading arms capable of important and exporting various refinery products and feed-streams, including refinery-grade propane, to both barges and ocean-going vessels. The supporting infrastructure included modular pipe racks, cable trays, purged operating enclosures, switch-racks, deluge systems, fire monitors, gangways, and cranes.
- This project required intricate integration of resources between the Owner, the EPC Contractor, the marine contractor, and numerous equipment suppliers and subcontracts.
- The project was executed under challenging scheduling constraints.
- Detail design packages for all disciplines were issued within seven months of receipt of a conceptual scope of work.
- Mechanical completion of all three terminals was completed within seven months of delivery of detail design packages.
Our surveyors, designers and engineers remained onsite until construction was finalized.
Laser Scanning & 3D Modeling
Using laser scanning & 3D modeling we were able to collaborate between disciplines more smoothely and generate more readily a bill of materials.
Our team works along side construction aiding in QA/QC. Our onsite presence helps prevent delays by answering questions on the spot.