Chain of success in the plant engineering

The chain of success in the area of plant engineering describes the development process and the benefits of a construction project for the customer. What does the Niersberger chain of success in the plant engineering look like? It can be divided into three major blocks.

Analysis and development

  • Determining the specific requirements of a facility in an economic, technical and administrative context.
    Benefits: Substance and facts collection / comprehensive information
  • Feasibility studies: Benchmark of different concepts with an "OK" or "not OK" estimation.
    Benefits: Knowledge - is the project even feasible?
  • Process development, how the system is to be operated
    Benefits: Overview of the process details

 

Preplanning

  • Selection and deciding on a concept
    Benefits: Quorum enables the next steps
  • Planning of the concept details regarding the projected revenue, cost and technology (components, parts, process engineering)
    Benefits: First insight into the efficiency of the system
  • Approval: What permits do I need? Which authorities are responsible for which approval?
    Benefits: Niersberger will carry out all the necessary official paperwork, prepare documents and also submit them
  • Implementation planning: Which components are required for the implementation?
    Benefits: To know what the facility consists of

 

Implementation

  • Procurement of offers for the required components
    Benefits: Efficiency and quality under one roof
  • Analysis of the offers according to price, performance and quality
    Benefits: What can the components promise and deliver at which prices?
  • Decision-making and ordering of the components
    Administrative benefits: takeover of the ordering and delivery process
  • Construction of the plant
    Benefits: Structural competence and services
    Start of operations
    Benefits: Technical operation expertise
  • Provision of performance certificates
    Benefits: A clean itemization and comparison of the defined performance with the actual performance
  • Hand-over to the operator
    Benefits: 100% functional system is handed over to the owner or the operator

 

Service & maintenance (O & M) / technical operations management

  • Compliance with the maintenance intervals
    Benefits: A continuous maintenance and therefore error-free performance
  • Remote maintenance
    Benefits: Convenient service, without additional costs
  • Maintenance management
    Benefits: An optimized service which becomes active when it is required.
  • Technical operations management
    Technical operation of equipment, monitoring, control, the consistent information and reporting activities,
    Benefits: Technical operational efficiency provided by experts, and the identification of optimization potentials