Port-Daniel-Gascons Cement Plant Project – McInnis Cement
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The Port-Daniel-Gascons cement plant is one of the most important industrial projects in Canada. The cement plant is a model of environmental performance and will thus meet the highest standards in the world.
The site of the Port-Daniel-Gascons cement plant has many features that give it several key advantages. First, the composition of the limestone will produce cement of exceptional quality. Second, the marine terminal has significantly reduced transport costs, making shipping to the Eastern Seaboard and elsewhere in the world cost-effective and highly competitive. Furthermore, access to maritime transport means a substantial reduction in the environmental footprint generally associated with cement transportation as one ship can carry the equivalent of 1,500 truckloads of cement.
- Managed the POV, commissioning, and start-up phases of the project
- Planned the activities related to commissioning and start-up
- Mobilized a team of engineers and commissioning technicians to the site
- Developed and delivered LOTO training based on McInnis’ needs and regulatory compliance requirements
- Planned, managed, and supervised the work performed by vendors
- Commissioned the plant in manual and automatic modes and handed over the systems to the client
- Implemented CommissioningForce, PROGESYS’ in-house commissioning software
- Managed deficiencies.
Marabá – PA, Brazil
Progesys Brazil is awarded to provide services for integrated planning, offering support for risk management, Hazard, and Operability risks study (HAZOP) and critical analysis on the engineering design with a focus on environmental aspects, health & safety assessments, as well as Preliminary Risk Analysis.
Sao Paolo and Florianopolis, Brazil
Progesys Acttio is delivering their know-how in auditing mega projects and operational units, allowing clients to align and maintain internal business processes, as well as providing support on the deficiencies’ corrections in internal controls and processes, budgets and costs, planning, quality, and environment.