Studley are pleased to announce the successful completion of their first combined M & E project at Cargill PLC, Brocklebank, Liverpool.
The purpose of the project was to introduce new seed conditioning technology and improving plant performance. The project involved installation of a new seed drying vessel, conveyors and drive equipment along with process and utility piping, electrical LV power, switchgear, nominal PLC control systems, Profibus instrumentation network and fibre optic links to measure and maintain an efficient plant.
During a planned two week shutdown in July, Studley’s M & E team carried out all the tie-in’s to the existing plant, this was completed safely, on time and within budget. Throughout the project our health and safety advisor was on site to ensure all personnel adhered to the required safety standards ensuring a 100% incident free project.
Total Pipe Metres – 1,500
Total Hours – 25,000
Total Cost – £885,000
Duration – 16 Weeks
Total Cable Metres – 6,268
“SEL completed this project to a high standard and met all the targets”.
Andrew Doran (Cargill. Project Manager)
“This project demonstrates the current trend from clients who require fast-track solutions within strict working time frames”.
Steve Kendrick & Iain Kavanagh, (SEL. Mechanical & Electrical Project Managers)