Chemicals

RECON - CHEMICAL PROJECTS

ReCon can execute challenging chemicals projects including engineering, procurement, construction, and maintenance (EPCM) projects. ReCon provides a full range of integrated services including consulting and design-build of new facilities as well as retrofit and plant-betterment services. ReCon’s strong, diversified process technology expertise provides clients with solutions to meet commodity and specialty chemicals, polymers, and petrochemicals needs.

ReCon performs conceptual design, engineering, procurement, and construction services on fine, specialty chemicals, and intermediates projects for clients.

Experience includes:

  • Specialty Chemicals
  • Linear alkylbenzene
  • Chlor-alkali
  • Polystyrene
  • Polyvinylchloride
  • Ethylene
  • Polyethylene
  • Linear Alcohols
  • Synthetic Rubber
  • Vinyl Chloride¬†Monomers

EXAMPLE PROJECTS

Chemical Facilities:

  • New Chemical Facility – $16 million design effort to develop initial design for new facility and complete detailed design.
  • MEG-DEG Jetty Eng/Procurement/Construction – $28 million design/procurement and construction coordination effort for shipping installation for new chemical facility.
  • Electrical Expansion – $6.4 million design effort to develop initial design and detailed design for electrical expansion at existing chemical facility
  • New Reciprocating Compressor – $1.2 million detailed design effort for new ethylene product compressor routing material to existing product pipeline.
  • Water Wells/System – $3.1 million design/procurement and construction effort for development and installation of water wells and associated equipment for new chemical facility.
  • New Chemical Facility – $1.5 million design effort supporting design completed in Spain for new chemical facility in U.S.A.
  • Chemical Complex P&ID Upgrade – $1.6 million effort to update all P&IDs for multiple chemical manufacturing units. Included field walk-outs onsite.
  • New Chemical Facility Utilities – $2.5 million detailed design for boiler, condensate and electrical facilities for new facility.
  • LNG Compressor Station – $1.1 million detailed design for installation of a new LNG compressor station.
  • New Alumina Calciner – $1.5 million study and design effort for new calciner and associated piping for an existing Alumina production Unit.
  • VOC Emissions Control – $1.7 million detailed design for installation of large piping systems per air emission requirements for a chemical facility.

Refinery Facilities:

  • Facility Siting Analysis/Recommendations – $1.3 million API 752 facility siting effort for large Refinery.
  • Waste Water Treatment System Upgrades – $7.4 million study and detailed design for new wastewater tankage and associated piping.
  • Refinery Sector Rule Revisions – $5.2 million combined studies and detailed design for revisions at two large Refineries to comply with EPA Air Emission regulations.
  • Refinery Feedstock Fractionation – $2.1 million effort including initial front end studies and detailed design for a large Refinery.
  • Pressure Protection – $12 million multi-year relief valve/flare system analysis for 22 units at large Refinery. Includes initial analysis for all release scenarios and relief valves and
    detailed designs for mitigation/improvements to relief valves and flare systems.
  • Refinery Tankage Analysis – $2.4 multi-year study and associated detailed designs for all tankage at large Refinery to optimize maintenance cost and rebuilds of all feed and product tankage.
  • Refinery SIS Upgrades – $4.6 million multi-unit multi-year studies and detailed designs to incorporate fired system safety improvements at a large Refinery.
  • New Powerhouse Boilers – $3.3 million study and detailed design for 2 new boilers and associated distribution piping and equipment.
  • VOC Emissions Control – $1.7 million detailed design for installation of large piping systems per air emission requirements for a chemical facility.
  • Ja Flare Analysis and Detailed Design – $2.6 million study and detailed design to address EPA flare requirements at a large Refinery.
  • New Feed Tankage – $1.7 million detailed design effort for new Refinery feed tank and associated piping.