From Scoping to implementation, BQV Engineering aim to provide all of the above as a bare minimum and can assure you that the service we bring to the industry is second to none.
We have the experience and expertise to provide you with solutions for all your potential projects.
Our initial package includes the following: –
1. Studies and supporting drawings. From Scoping to Bankable Feasibility studies, we can provide the required information to assist in the decision-making process and secure the financial backing.
2. Project Planning for all project phases.
3. Estimating & Quantifying. This is provided as a bolt-on to other services.
4. Design of Concrete and Steel structures for the Industrial and Mining sectors. This includes in brief the Design, Design / consulting engineer’s drawings, Design reports, Site and Workshop inspections as required and professional engineers sign-off. This can be provided to any code or standard and client’s specification.
5. Shop detailing of structural steel and structural / mechanical plate work to expected industry standards and norms for the South African, African, European and Australian mining and industrial sectors.
6. Concrete detailing inclusive of layouts, rebar schedules and reinforcing layout drawings.
To produce the above we use the latest in software and hardware technology. Using our integrated intelligent 3D modelling capability, we are able to produce accurate plant models inclusive of piping, cable racking, mechanical and larger electrical components.
For brownfields, 3rd party 3D scanning technology can be used to produce an accurate 3D model of the existing so as to provide a seamless integration. The advantage of using this technology is that over a couple of plant upgrades / modifications our clients ultimately could have a complete 3D model of their entire plant which would ease the way for future planning.
We look forward to creating lasting, mutually beneficial partnerships with our clients.
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