A practical guide to chemical plant project management The Chemical Plant Project Manager: Checklists for Designing, Constructing, and Bringing a Chemical Plant on Stream contains everything a project manager needs to bring a chemical plant facility online, covering project development through completion and featuring helpful checklists for each stage of the project. The book offers step-by-step guidance on the job and responsibilities of the project manager, including process engineering, procurement, construction, operator training, start-up, and completion of the project on time and within budget.
The Chemical Plant Project Manager Presents one comprehensive method of designing and constructing a liquid / gas chemical plant facility Includes two case studies covering two modern-day approaches to the implementation of any new facility, each requiring a project manager to oversee the engineering, construction, and start-up of the plant Contains concise, practical tables and charts that accompany case studies Clarifies the role of the project manager for chemical and industrial engineering students becoming project managers Comprehensive coverage: The Project Manager; Economic Evaluation; Hypothetical Plant Description; Process Package; P & ID's; Line List; Plot Plan; Equipment Data Sheets; Instrument Panel Layout; Equipment and Construction Specifications; Engineering and Design Standards; Computer; Compressor; Detailed Engineering and Procurement; Award of Contract and Move-In; Detailed Design Start; Operator Training; Piping Design; Site Preparation -- Piling -- Foundations Mechanical; Cooling Tower; Vessel Design; Reformer Furnace; Operations Building; Warehouse and Maintenance Building; Compressor Building; Structural Steel; Field Erected Tanks; Instrumentation Design; Electrical Design; Plant Model; Purchasing; Inspection and Expediting; Construction Supervision; Foundations; General Mechanical Construction; Instrumentation Construction; Electrical Construction; Paving -- Surfacing -- Finished Roads; Pre-Startup; Startup; Audit and Turnover; Conclusion; De-Bottlenecking
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Number of pages: 240