From risk analysis, allocation and management through to performance functionality and operation, we assist with all issues involved in engineering projects – whether energy, oil and gas, civil, mechanical, electrical or process plant, for example, chemical and pharmaceutical – as well as in drafting specialist agreements and negotiating contract terms. Our partners have been involved in projects inside and outside their own jurisdictions and have experience in the UK, US and Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Caribbean, Australia and Asia Pacific.
A robust plan for the construction of industrial facilities demands that processing facilities must be constructed to perform to a guaranteed level. A unique and highly technical solution – often previously untried – will be required from specialist manufacturers, contractors and suppliers. Integrating these approaches in contractual arrangements is key to keeping the focus on achieving output performance.
We are familiar with the large number of contractual approaches that can be taken to construct a process plant facility. EPC contracting is one approach and other options include having a supply contract, design agreement, project management agreement and construction contract.
We understand the need for absolute performance and the interface between cost, risk and delivery regardless of the means of procurement or the contracts that are used to construct the facility.