RELIABILITY. INTEGRITY. SAFETY.
FOCUSED ON WHAT MATTERS TO YOU.
Safe operation of your equipment and facilities is essential to protecting your employees, the community, and the environment. You need to be confident in the long-term reliability and safety of all equipment and assets in an industrial plant.
At E2G, our engineering and consulting services are focused on managing the entire asset lifecycle to provide you with practical recommendations to improve safety, increase equipment reliability, and mitigate risk
Asset Lifecycle Management
Adopting an equipment lifecycle management process will help you to reduce risk, optimize design and construction, predict future maintenance and inspection costs, maximize equipment availability, and comply with local regulations.
Our engineering consulting services are focused on delivering a comprehensive asset lifecycle management framework, including:
- Damage mechanism identification
- Construction codes and design standards
- In-service maintenance and inspection planning
- Fitness-for-Service (FFS) and Suitability-for-Service (SFS) standards
- Post-construction and repair guidelines
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Engineering Service Areas
Promote compliance, safety, and reliability across all facilities using standardized Best Practices to improve the quality of engineering programs, project execution, and asset lifecycle.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the upcoming API Inspection and Mechanical Integrity Summit in San Antonio! Our team is hosting eight training courses covering topics related to fitness-for-service (FFS), suitability-for-service (SFS), aboveground storage tanks (ASTs), brittle fracture, piping vibration, and pressure relief devices (PRDs). Earn valuable CPD hours and sign-up for a course today!
Knowing the fundamentals of industry programs, codes and standards, and technology will prepare new engineers for long-term success. At E2G, we have developed a new training course that supports knowledge transfer between industry experts and junior engineers, plus fills the gap for those companies without a formal training program. This article expands upon the June 16th webinar in which Mark Harmody introduced the curriculum for the Fundamentals of Asset Lifecycle Management course (FALCM).