A Case Study
EPCPROMAN FOR AUTOMATING THE PROCESS OF PIPING AUTOSPOOLING, FABRICATION ACTIVITIES FOR THE PIPING FABRICATING PROJECTS
Shaw is a fully integrated engineering, procurement and fabrication firm that boasts an industry-leading 2 million square feet of manufacturing capacity.
The Client : The Shaw Group
Shaw is a fully integrated engineering, procurement and fabrication firm that boasts an industry-leading 2 million square feet of manufacturing capacity. Our services extend to various industries, including oil and gas, renewables, power generation, water treatment, pulp & paper and technology.
With over 2 million square feet of manufacturing capacity, Shaw is strategically positioned to execute large-scale module and fabrication projects for heavy industrial clients around the world.
Shaw’s worldwide presence includes four fabrication shops in the United States, two shops in the Middle East, and a variety of engineering hubs and offices.
The Shaw Group requires automation in piping fabrication work processes that includes micro level production, welding and NDT Automation and testing, Painting progressing activities for their smallest to the largest capacity piping fabrication projects. The Shaw Group also requires the document digitalization approach to implement at their fabrication facilities across the globe.
Solution & Approach
Using EPCPROMAN, automation will be achieved in engineering document control, transmittal management, Inter-discipline digitalized document review and approval control, piping spooling management and piping fabrication management. Activities like Shop fabrication consist of the fit-up, Welding, NDT examination monitoring, Line history sheet line wise and spool wise, revision management, Generation of reporting views for BI system, assistance into the data integration with their internal material management, masters, progress management system.
Furthermore, reviewing, approving, viewing the spool drawing documents and other category documents via portable displaying systems is in position to get implemented at their fabrication facilities.