The same management capacities that keep various production facilities running during regular operations with a skeleton crew do too little to coordinate the hundreds of extra maintenance personnel and expanded working hours that come with an outage. This temporary chaos, while ultimately productive, can be quite overwhelming. Ensuring that a shutdown, turnaround, or outage remains safe and efficient requires certain management capabilities that some mills lack in-house.
Industrial plant veterans comprise our team of project managers, each bringing an extensive background with the logistics involved in conducting a successful outage. Their wide-ranging expertise fills in the gap in your staff’s experience, equipping client jobsites to handle whatever stands between them and a successful outage. Project Services customizes our time and attention to best fit client needs. We work with each facility to match the skills they need with the skills of our personnel. More often than not, we have a veteran on staff with experience pertinent to the challenge.
Project Services implements management solutions at every level — from quality assurance to contractor management, and all the way up to project management, our personnel ensure the work gets completed the right way. Project Services takes on both capital and routine projects all over the South and up the eastern coast; our consultants, managers, planners, and schedulers have streamlined shutdown processes at pulp, paper, power, and production plants from Texas to New York.
Even though we began serving pulp and paper mills exclusively, our expertise has allowed us to expand our capabilities to other production facilities. Every one of our clients to date has requested that Project Services return and perform subsequent jobs at their mills because of the benefit we bring to their shutdown experience — we make that happen for our clients because of the years of experience running outages that we offer.