Global Reach & Comprehensive Services

As the leading designer and builder of storage facilities, tanks and terminals, CB&I provides unmatched services. From FEED through completion, our contracting strategy is based on a lump sum, turnkey approach and leverages in-house resources and capabilities.

Our team is uniquely qualified to support all early design and permitting efforts, estimate and contract development. We plan our execution and then execute our plan to provide schedule and cost certainty to our clients worldwide.

Feasibility Studies

Feasibility Studies

Experts at CB&I execute feasibility studies that deliver valuable and accurate information related to the preliminary configuration, budgetary capital, operational requirements and project execution schedule.
Front-End Engineering Design

Front-End Engineering Design

Our FEED services provide customers accurate design and detailed engineering information to fully define the scope and facility details and inform the overall cost estimate and proposal for turnkey EPC.
Turnkey EPC

Turnkey EPC

We have the expertise and resources to execute complete engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) and startup services.
Inspections & Repairs

Inspections & Repairs

For existing facilities, our performance assessments, modifications, upgrades and repairs help extend operational life of a facility to ensure code compliance.

The Power of Phased Contracting  

Our phased contracting model facilitates direct partnership with customers to collaboratively develop the project scope from early concept through procurement and construction. As a result, the bidding and project development timelines are reduced and scope changes minimized. This process ensures that valuable engineering ideas are incorporated early, costs and risks are minimized, long-lead equipment is secured and the overall development and EPC schedule is compressed.

Our phased contracting strategy is a proven way to minimize project cost, schedule and risk.

Phase 1 · (Pre-FEED)

Consists of early engagement and preliminary design activities:

  • Early engagement with all stakeholders
  • Critical design decisions optimize performance, price and initial design documents
  • High-level execution plan for long-lead activities and equipment, high-level project schedule
  • Review jurisdictional regulations
  • Facility budget

Phase 2 · (FEED)

Localizing and optimizing a baseline design to achieve project execution and plant performance targets:

  • Supply chain development, including subcontractors and key equipment suppliers
  • Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) including site geotechnical and seismic surveys
  • Project scheduling
  • Regulatory approvals and supporting documents; support for permit applications
  • EPC pricing

Phase 3 · (EPC)

Represents EPC including plant startup and operator training:

  • End-to-end EPC responsibility from early engineering through commissioning, performance testing and startup
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