Engineering and Design

Stallion's engineering expertise includes traditional disciplines, architectural, civil, electrical, mechanical, piping, and structural engineering; as well as advanced specialties, including engineering simulation, integrated automation processes, and interactive 3D modeling.

 

Stallion integrates solutions for engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) as well as procurement, fabrication and construction (PFC) for both maintenance and capital projects. Stallion tailor engineering and design solutions to suit our Client’s specific needs and conform to world’s best practices and industry norms to ensure value for money.

 

The project design process (FEED - Front End Engineering Design) incorporates early involvement of discipline expertise, to ensure projects are designed to be constructed and operated in the most efficient manner.

 

Stallion’s project management expertise ensures Clients’ objectives for throughput capacity and quality of product are always achieved.

 

The detailed engineering and design phase is a key step in maintenance or capital projects. Stallion develops plans to ensure that the designs reflect Client requirements and streamlines construction solutions for facilities, plant and equipment that meet our Clients’ strategic objectives.

 

Stallion's conceptual designs ensure that the project's function, scope, cost, and schedule are aligned with Client objectives to optimize project success.

 


 

Front-End Engineering & Design (FEED) Capabilities

Stallion provides integrated solutions to Clients to manage their internal business drivers, using the expertise gained from providing front-end engineering and design (FEED) services to Clients in diverse industries, including oil and gas, power, and mining.

 

Stallion has extensive experience preparing discipline, plant area and lump sum bid packages.

 

Stallions FEED processes ensures that the necessary level of project definition correlate to the work required producing process engineering and other discipline documentation to a sufficient quality and depth to allow definition of the project requirements for detailed engineering, procurement and construction of facilities, plant and equipment.

 

Stallion conforms to cost estimating standards and practices of the American Association of Cost Engineering (AACE) and affiliated professional bodies.

 


 

Design Reviews for the project include:

  • Constructability: Stallion's reviews for constructability are to identify and resolve any construction approach issues in the design, to optimize the project’s safety approach, quality, capital cost, and overall construction schedule.
  • Maintainability: Stallion's review for maintainability identifies and resolves issues during  project design phases associated with optimizing maintenance tasks as well as improving asset reliability.
  • Operability: Stallion's review during project design phases, similar to maintainability, focuses on minimizing asset life cycle costs and resolves plant operation and logistics considerations during operations.
  • Plant Operations Safety Reviews (HAZOP ): HAZOP reviews ensure critical safety and operating characteristics to be addressed to ensure safe and proper functioning of the completed facility.
  • Squad Reviews: Inter-discipline internal reviews are to ensure that necessary interfaces have occurred between the various engineering disciplines assigned to the project.

  • 3D Model & Engineering simulation Reviews: Stallion's reviews during project design phases, are to ensure the design accurately reflects the detailed definition of the project scope of work and design requirements in line with safe, maintainable and efficient operations. These reviews are typically held at various phases of the design development and are independent on client requirements, however may be at 25, 50, 75 and 90 percent of design completion.

 


 

Stallion adheres to the Project Management Institute (PMI) project management standards and is well versed in PMI's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), however as an engineering design and project delivery experts we adapt and work-in with our client’s processes and systems to ensure project delivery success.