Close cooperation with our clients enables us to pay attention to all the important details. Through project management, we strive to implement quality solutions and minimize risks. Following the project development every step of the way, from the first idea up to the final step ensures that our customers satisfaction is always meet.
Developing, configuring and optimizing industrial processes from inception through to start up and certification.
Assessing processes, taking measurements and interpreting data.
Designing, running, testing and upgrading systems and processes.
DEFINE the problem
IDENTIFY constaints on your solution(e.g time, money, material) and citeria for succes
BRAINSTORMING multiple solutioms for the problem
SELECT the most promising solution
TEST and evaluate the solution
ITERATE to improve the solution
COMMUNICATE the solution
A Feasibility Study is the answer to the question …”is this feasible”?
A feasibility study is simply an assessment of the practicality of a proposed project plan.
This is done by analyzing technical, economic, legal, operational and time feasibility factors.
…will the project get you the ROI you expect?
5 steps to do a Feasibility Study
Conduct a Preliminary Analysis
Prepare a Projected Income Statement
Plan Business Organization and Operations
Prepare an Opening Day Balance Sheet
Making a Go/No-Go Decision with the customer
Key aspect of any project: scope, time, and cost
Project management is the disciplined process of planning, organizing, and controlling project activities to achieve specific goals within set constraints.
It involves managing resources, risks, and stakeholders, while maintaining effective communication and ensuring timely delivery of project outcomes.
Proper project management leads to successful project completion and improved business outcomes.
Value engineering for recycling plant engineering is a systematic process of analyzing and optimizing the design and operation of a recycling plant to enhance its efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability while minimizing costs.
It involves identifying opportunities for improvement in waste sorting, processing, and material recovery to increase the overall value of the recycling process.
A systematic approach that aims to optimize the value of a product, system, or process by identifying cost-effective design and functional improvements while maintaining essential functions and performance requirements.