MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CONSULTING SERVICES
The Mechanical Engineering department combines experienced engineers with knowledgeable managers that have provided leadership to a large number of successfully completed projects. AMG’s project experience is comprised of small and large facilities, from plain piping and utility design through elaborate chemical plants.
We optimize designs through evaluation of alternatives, client feedback, and a practical approach to new technology.
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TYPES OF PROJECTS
- utility piping systems
- natural gas
- dust control
- underground systems
- vacuum systems
- pipe stress analysis
- process drain systems
- fire protection
- explosion hazard design
- commercial and industrial facility support
- Equipment Selection and Specification
- Pneumatic/Hydraulic Power Systems
- Railroad Bulk Loading/Unloading Systems
- Storage Systems, Silos, and Bins
- Weighing and Feeder Systems
- Dock Loadout/Unload
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT DESIGN
- Steam and Condensate Systems
- Boiler Blowdown Systems
- Boiler Feed Water Interface
- Deaerator Modification
- Steam Unit Heaters
- Compressed Air Systems
- High Pressure Blowers
- Exhaust Fan Systems
- Chiller Water Systems
- Clean-in-Place Systems
WE ARE ACCOUNTABLE
AMG’s electronic labor inventory provides accountability to our clients on a weekly basis. Reports include precise information on man-hours used on a particular task with individual performance. We can anticipate for the client the project cash-flow and completion status of the critical steps of the project.
We are well versed with codes including EPA, OSHA, UBC, BOCA, and NFPA. Our engineers and designers can develop the necessary equipment specifications and documents for the construction stage of the project including equipment selection, design implementation, and bid packages.
We will assist our clients on expansion projects with field walkdowns and furnish a detailed evaluation for capital cost estimating and project scheduling purposes.
Designed a 2000 MT/DAY soybean processing plant included energy recovery and utilities. A new boiler house with auxiliary equipment was designed to supply additional steam to both the existing and a new plant. The headers were interconnected to increase the steam reliability for the entire complex.
AMG provided specifications for sizing and selection of the conveying and aspiration equipment, duct system, and support structures. We engineered special support bridges to carry the utilities and process piping, together with large conveyors connecting between the new and existing installations. The design and construction were coordinated to avoid any disruption with on-going operations.
Both our planning input, which optimized utilities efficiency, and our equipment lay-out created additional costs savings for this project. Effective scheduling facilitated an early project completion.