DESIGN | PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Diagnostic Study and Requirement Analysis aim to collect, organize, illustrate and present all project requirements regarding the Building Structure, the Electro-Mechanical Facilities, the Production Procedures, the Financial Restraints and the phases of Design & Construction.
This section defines the contents of each stage of a project.
– Data Collection & Organization of Project Design Standards
– Diagnostic Study & Market Research for Special Equipment Installations
– Building Concept Analysis, Development & Presentation
– Building Composition (Drawings, Technical Specifications, Business Plan Budget)
– Installation Approvals
– Business Technical Documentation
This section consists of Detailed Design, Project Supervision, Licensing, Budget Creation, Tendering & Construction.
– Design (Excavation Works, Special Geological & Foundation Works, Structural Frame Construction, Architectural Facilities, Passive Fire Protection Installations, Floor & Equipment Installations, Office Layout Material Installations)
– Special Equipment & Installations Design (Signage Material Installations, Office Equipment Installations, Production Equipment Installations, Storage Management Equipment Installations, Railway Installations, Solid and Liquid Waste Management Installations)
– Industrial Refrigeration Installation
– Mechanical Services & Networks Design
– Electrical Services Design
– Special Systems Design
– Renewable & Sustainable Energy Design
– Special Technical Design
This section consists of the client’s technical support with regard to the project’s Execution Strategy, Technical Management & Construction Supervision and Project Management.
– Project Tendering Process (Offers Evaluation Contractors Negotiation, Technical Contracts)
– Technical Management & Project Supervision (Construction Engineer Reports, Project Calendar Data Base, Project Photo Gallery, As Build Drawing, Safety Control)
– Project Management (General Administration, Communications & Issues Protocol, Project Management Schedule, Quality Control Project, Budget Management, Finance Program Management)
– Commissioning Management & Facility Maintenance Management (General System Startup, Testing & Commissioning Start Up Staff Selection & Training)
– Design of Slab on Grade for Industrial & Logistics Buildings (IBLS possesses extensive, experience in planning, designing, supervising and managing industrial floor projects of large Logistics Centers and Industries)
IBLS has designed more than 1,000,000 sq m of industrial floors…
– ESFR (Early Suppression Fast Response) Fire Sprinkler Systems (ESFR ceiling mounted sprinklers can be used in warehouses in place of in-rack fire sprinkler systems predominately used for the protection of High – Piled Storage. Storage arrangements may include palletized, solid pile, shelf, bin box or rack storage of materials)
– Industrial Refrigeration Systems
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems (IBLS has accumulated experience in large Industrial Refrigeration Plants at Refrigerated Storage Warehouses and Industrial Buildings)
– Industrial Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
– Positive & Negative temperature Cold Rooms
– Ripening & Maturation Rooms for Bananas Citrus Fruits, etc.
– Control Atmosphere Rooms
– Food & Drink Processing Refrigeration
Fast Cooling, Chilling, Blast Batch Freezing, IQF Freezing, Immersion Cooling & Freezing
– Refrigeration in Supermarkets
– Energy Management Systems associated to Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (Heat Reclaim, Electrical Consumption)
– Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Automation
Operation & Maintenance Manuals provide the necessary system-level information, where manufacturer’s standard printed data is not available, and the information necessary for proper operation and maintenance of materials, equipment or systems, specific to the installation in question.
Operation & Maintenance of a facility represents the greatest expense in owning and operating a facility over its life cycle. The accuracy, relevancy, and timeliness of well-developed, user-friendly O&M manuals are very important. Hence, it is becoming a necessity for detailed, facility – specific O&M manuals to be prepared prior to commissioning. The goal is to effectively and efficiently support the life cycle of the facility by eliminating unplanned shutdowns and realizing life-cycle cost savings.
– Based on as-built information, facility O&M manuals include:
– System – level O&M information:
– Physical Descriptions
– Equipment / Material Schedules and Identification
– Parts Lists
– Health and Safety considerations (during operation and maintenance)
– Functional Descriptions (wherever applicable)
– Preventive Maintenance (Procedures and Schedules)
– Corrective Maintenance (Repair Requirements)
– Operation/Maintenance – Significant Drawings
– Equipment / Materials – specific O&M information, organized into a vendor/manufacturer data library
Each manual will serve also as training resource (consisting the basis for the production of relative Training Manuals and execution of Training Courses) , during end user personnel training, as well as a future reference for operators and Facilities Maintenance personnel encompassing all necessary information concerning the proper operation and maintenance of each system and all associated components.
COMMISSIONING PROCEDURES MANAGEMENT
During the Construction Phase of the project delivery process, systems and assemblies are installed, inspected, tested, and placed into service to meet the Owner’s Project Requirements. This phase may also include bidding, negotiation, and contracting activities.
The fundamental objectives of the Commissioning Process are to:
(a) Clearly document Owner’s Project Requirements;
(b) Provide documentation and tools to improve the quality of deliverables;
(c) Verify and document that systems and assemblies perform according to the Owner’s Project Requirements;
(d) Verify that adequate and accurate system and assembly documentation is provided to the owner;
(e) Verify that operation and maintenance personnel and occupants are properly trained;
(f) Provide a uniform and effective process for delivery of construction projects;
(g) Deliver buildings and construction projects that meet the owner’s needs, at the time of completion;
(h) Utilize quality-based sampling techniques to detect systemic problems, as such sampling provides high value, efficient verification, accurate results, and reduced project costs; and
(i) Verify proper coordination among systems and assemblies, and among all contractors, subcontractors, vendors, and manufacturers of furnished equipment and assemblies.
The commissioning process follows guidelines and standards of the relative international associations:
-ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers),
-BCA (Building Commissioning Association),
-CSA (Commissioning Specialists Association) and
-USGBC (US Green Building Council).