Engineering Services

Propak Engineering Services delivers a complete suite of multi-disciplinary engineering services with expertise in a variety of energy processing plants. Our clients benefit from the Propak advantage of a completely in-house project engineering and management team. Engineering services are integrated with shop fabrication and field construction facilitating effective communication, increased efficiency and increased productivity.

  • Industry leader in engineering for oil and gas processing
  • World-Class Experts in modular design applications
  • Multi-disciplinary engineering team including process, project, civil, structural, material, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and automation
  • 300+ in-house engineering and drafting staff

Project Cost Estimate Expertise

  • Firm price lump-sum or cost-reimbursable
  • AACE Class I to Class V Estimates
  • Catalogues of historical data on labour and material actual costs utilized in our estimates

Complete EPFC Capabilities

  • End-to-end project management capability, from conception to completion, focused on executing projects on budget, on time, and with uncompromised safety and quality
  • Project Pre-FEED and FEED
  • (Front-End-Engineering-Design) Studies
  • Project Feasibility Studies
  • Project Management
  • Process Engineering and Design
  • Civil Engineering
  • Material Engineering
  • Mechanical, Piping and Structural Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Instrumentation and Controls Engineering
  • Project Controls and Scheduling
  • Procurement and Expediting
  • Detailed Engineering for Equipment Fabrication
  • Detailed Engineering for Modularization
  • Detailed Engineering for Construction
  • Engineering for Commissioning and Start-up Assistance
  • Plant Performance Testing and Plant De-bottlenecking Studies

Propak Systems is a leader in the design and use of modular design concepts. Our expertise in using this modular approach has proven to be an effective method that minimizes overall project costs, improves project schedules, and allows for a more thorough inspection in a controlled environment. Modularization concepts are preferred based on the following advantages:

  • Each system is custom designed with transportation limitations for each project location
  • Improved quality due to manufacturing in controlled conditions with a highly experienced, permanent work force
  • Reduces field construction costs in adverse construction environments
  • Improves the long term value of equipment, since it may be easily moved to a future location