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Integrated Capital Projects

Whether it’s driven by gaining a competitive economic advantage or maintaining compliance with new regulations, capital projects are introduced in order to improve existing facilities.

When implementing Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) for new assets, facility personnel face a great deal of work to be executed in a short time: performing baseline inspections, organizing/implementing data, corrosion modeling and a Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) analysis. Because these projects typically need to be completed within a specific timeframe, organizations are often not able to rely on staff resources to manage the capital project and maintain day-to-day operations.

To fill the gaps, organizations hire various contractors to handle the different stages of work. However, a holistic service provider can streamline the process even further. For example, a company capable of providing a comprehensive solution that integrates RBI-based integrity and inspection services can deliver a quality, efficient, and cost-effective project.

Click here to read the case study, “Capital Project: Building a Strong RBI Foundation Through Integrated Integrity” to learn more.

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