Manufacturing

Modular Construction


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With extensive experience of modular construction, our Manufacturing and Construction Facilities, located adjacent to the deep water port of Immingham and Middlesbrough, neighbouring the Wilton International complex, North Tees refineries and chemical plants we can provide services utilising modern, well-equipped workshops, which are:

  • Dedicated to the manufacture and assembly of piping systems, steelwork, EC&I and modules
  • Have the space to deal with multiple packages of work for our clients
  • Allow us the flexibility to construct and secure storage of multiple modules prior to delivery onsite for installation

Our constructed modules vary in size and have been transported within the UK and to worldwide locations.

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Typical module sizes

ENGIE Fabricom has the capability to design and manufacture any size of module from small to large with the ability to transport from either road or sea with dock side access.

Road transported: 5m wide x 4.2m high x 25m long
Sea transported: 16m wide x 20m high x 45m long, weighing up to 2,000 tonnes

Module types constructed

  • Pre-assembled unit/racks (PAU/PAR)
  • Dressed vessel (DRV)
  • Skid units
  • Trial assembly and dis-assembly for transportation
  • Structural steel and plate work assemblies
  • Piping systems

Pre-transportation /
transportation

Prior to site installation, we manage all of our clients’ requirements for electrical and instrumentation utilising our in-house expertise. Protective coatings, insulation and fireproofing, testing and commissioning including full Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) and packaging for transport.

Our experienced teams at our Manufacturing and Construction Facilities manage the logistical operation of transportation of units for site installation, whether by road or sea.

Cost and schedule benefits

Many of our clients have benefited from our ability to work efficiently using highly skilled multi discipline resources in an off-site controlled environment. Such processes reduce construction and site time in addition to minimising costs. Using one organisation to manage and construct modular units can be hugely beneficial to the schedule and efficiency of a successful project.