Studied the risks and related mitigation measures associated with Jetty Overpressure at Port of Montreal. Assessed and provided an engineered solution for the loading and unloading of Marine Vessels at the Wharf. Comprehensive surge simulations, value and pump evaluations, piping designs and structural engineering were completed to determine a fit for purpose solution for the safe loading and unloading of products.
VTEK developed and provided a Marine Repair & Improvement (R&I) maintenance plan for a Marine Terminal. This process included assessing and recording marine equipment assets, confirming equipment lists updating and cross-referencing P&IDs to reconcile assets for the development of the R&I plan.
Design and install fall arrest protection system around the dock at a wharf located at the St. Lawrence River.
Analysis and assessed the adequacy, regulatory compliance, and functionality of a fire water system located at the wharf. Developed recommendations to ensure compliance, reliability, and functionality are met with cost estimates and an execution schedule.
The VTEK Terminal Team is proud to have been part of this interesting and challenging Marine Terminal Project. By using VTEK's expertise and experience, VTEK's client has saved demurrage charges by offloading the crude carrier in an efficient manner using a unique technique that exceeded target flowrate by at least 50%. Another successful project for VTEK's combined team.