Our in-house Innovation Design & Solutions team will analyse client designs and develop technology based innovative solutions to maximise client efficiencies. Our in-house commissioning team ensure that commissioning activities are factored into the entire design process from concept and feasibility through to detailed design sign off.
Our Innovation Design & Solutions team provide a unique problem solving resource to clients including Exxon Mobil, National Grid, Magnox, Shell UK and Ministry of Defence. Innovation and efficiency are embedded into each project with a primary focus on delivering engineering solutions, which benefit our clients and construction teams. Having an in-house design team supporting our delivery teams ensures that critical programme milestones are achieved without programme risk from external design consultants.
Our engineering design teams have capability to develop solutions through FEED, outline and detailed design phases of projects using the latest BIM processes, 3D modelling and virtual reality simulations. Operation and Maintenance Data can be provided via a common data environment for use by asset management teams. Our design and Offsite Manufacture & Assembly (OMA) teams work collaboratively to identify offsite fabrication solutions resulting in reduced site programme durations.
"I am currently using Hades Hydraulic Modelling Software to help with the design of live projects.
To prepare for using Hades I researched hydraulic steady state calculations and formulas, building on my knowledge of fluid mechanics and hydraulics from lectures at university. Additionally, I used in-program Hades tutorials to learn how to operate the software and develop hydraulic model systems to simulate different scenarios.
The current project I am working on involves increasing the flow rate through a water treatment works, where the hydraulic model will be used to confirm that the existing system can cope with this increased flow. I was able to gather information to feed into the model by undertaking site surveys and interpreting topographic and historical drawings".