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Preliminary Bills of Materials/Material Take-offs

The first versions of various bills of materials (BOM) and material take-offs (MTO) including process, piping, electrical and structural are develop during the FEED stage.

These BOMs and MTOs are used for developing high quality project cost estimates and developing firm, fixed price quotations for the detailed engineering and fabrication stage of the project.

Preliminary piping material take-offs can be conducted at any stage of the FEED process. This is done by doing preliminary pipe route studies and extracting the material lists from the program. This program is resident within the AutoDesk Plant 3D program.

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CE
Conceptual Engineering

The early stages of front end project and process development are critical for the future success of projects involving new technologies and processes.

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FS
Feasibility Study

The feasibility study phase generally consists of a technical and economic analysis to investigate the probable outcomes of a project.

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FEED
Front End Engineering & Design (FEED)

The feasibility study phase generally consists of a technical and economic analysis to investigate the probable outcomes of a project.

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DED
Detailed Engineering & Design

This is the initial phase in the execution of the project. The objective of this phase is to develop all detailed engineering and design drawings and documents.

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P
Procurement

Procurement policies and procedures are of significant importance for implementing a project on schedule while retaining quality.

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F
Fabrication

Unitel maintains a leased facility for the fabrication of high quality modules. Good fabrication procedures and safety during fabrication are of critical importance to us.

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CS
Commissioning & Start-Up

Unitel provides installation procedures and guidelines to assist the client in installing the modules. We always provide appropriate personnel for this activity.

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