CCM has been providing consultancy as a service to customers for many years, and across many industry sectors.
Whether you are involved in the construction of buildings, infrastructure, industrial plants, wind farms or power facilities, your projects involve the complex coordination of different contractors. Our independent construction supervision can help guide your project to completion on time, on budget and in compliance with the relevant quality standards.
We provide you with professional construction supervision, specifically tailored to safeguard the successful completion of your project. Our highly experienced personnel can effectively control and supervise every aspect of your construction work.
- Pre-Comm. and Commissioning
- Third Party Inspection
- Equipments Installation
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
Finding, acquiring, buying goods, services or works from an external source, often via a tendering or competitive bidding process is one our professions. In this regard we can provide related services through a wide variety of vendors including europian, chineese and middle east suppliers.
QA / QC
CCM has the experience and time-tested technical experts to provide your company with “value added” information and lasting solutions to your problems through condition assessment.
Level I inspection
A plan is prepared after a thorough review of the plant’s operations (both current and historical). Level I Condition Assessment involves detailed visual inspection techniques, simple NDE methods (MT, PT, UTT) and measurement tools to determine if more detailed analysis is required. The components generally inspected are:
- Boiler structure and supports
- Critical planning
- Flues and ducts
- Steam drums
Level II condition assessment
Based on the findings observed during a Level I inspection, more advanced NDE techniques and sampling are utilized, which include:
- Advanced UT (PAUT)
- Hardness / PMI
- High temperature strain gages
- Metallurgical and Oxide analysis of tube samples
- Remote visual inspection
- Surface replications
- UT–oxide thickness