Civil/Structural Engineering deliverables can help define operation time and valuable project specifications while minimizing risks for a successful capital project.
A Process Data Sheet, sometimes called a Design Data Sheet or Mechanical Data Sheet, is used to help specify the requirements for a piece of equipment.
There are many variations of project contract types, but for smaller projects, the most common are Time and Materials (T&M) and Separated Fixed-Price.
Common process engineering deliverables include P&IDs, PFDs, H&MBs, equipment data sheets, PSV studies, process simulations, and hydraulic studies.
A project P&ID is a schematic drawing that depicts the configuration of equipment, piping, valving, and instruments used to control the process.
A capital project Scope of Work highlights project objectives, features, requirements, and outcomes. This includes Scope of Facility and Scope of Services.
Stage gate in project management is a controlling mechanism used by many owner companies to determine if the project meets investment criteria.
Under an EPC contract, the contractor works under a single contract with a project owner, providing all design, procurement, and construction services.
Electrical FEED deliverables include single-line diagrams, instrumentation indexes, block diagrams, area classification plans, and load lists.
This comprehensive detailed design and engineering deliverable list covers common deliverables in a typical multidisciplinary capital project.
Piping FEED deliverables include plot plans, equipment arrangement plans, piping plans, line lists, tie-in lists, and tagged equipment lists, among others.
While capital project deliverables in construction can vary, there are several deliverables you are likely to come across. Here is a comprehensive list.
Front-end loading (FEL) deliverables can be categorized by phase (FEL 1, 2, and 3) and discipline. Here’s a comprehensive list of common FEL deliverables.