When estimating the total capital cost for your facility, it’s important to go beyond the equipment sticker price to determine the full, or complete, cost of the system you’re installing. This is exactly what upper management expects when they request a scope for new equipment. This is considered to be Preliminary Engineering. You want enough detail to accurately estimate costs without developing the fully detailed engineering packages for construction.Read More
While scoping costs is hard enough, installing new process equipment on time and on budget can present a high-stakes planning nightmare for the inexperienced engineer.Read More
You’ve likely been there.
Corporate has handed down a go-to market plan to bring a new product into the market by a specified date. Now, the pressure is on to figure out how to make it happen.Read More