Design Engineering & Project Management

Design Engineering

Engineering design lies at the heart of every project. It's instrumental in ensuring good quality of the end product and reliable operation of plant equipment. Creating engineering designs for a large magnitude plant such as steel or/and DRI plants, often requires expertise in multiple disciplines of engineering. While many companies resort to the conventional 'One Size Fit All' approach, we challenge ourselves by coming up with customized engineering designs so that we are able to deliver maximum value to our customers.

Process Engineering

Process Description
Process Flow
Process and Instrument Diagrams
Material Balance Sheets
Heat Balance Sheets

Specification and BoM creation

Mill equipment
Material Handling, Transportation and maintenance Workshop

Land and construction Layout Development

Requirement of land area and site selection based on process engineering
Detailed design of civil, structural and bill of quantities for all types of buildings as per the plant layout*

Note : * - second party scope

Unit and System level Validation

Unit level & integration testing and spec validation for each mill equipment

Project Management

A well-defined project management approach is able to augment the engineering design by ensuring manufacturing feasibility of the design. Project management and design engineering are closely intertwined and operate in parallel till the engineering team hands off the final design and manufacturing begins.
The two most critical parameters during the manufacturing of mill equipment are:
Good Quality of all equipment
On-Schedule manufacturing of all equipment

Our detailed project management approach refined through years of project undertaking experience and an extensive network of verified suppliers, provides us a significant advantage in achieving both the former parameters

Manufacturer Engagement and Selection

The manufacturers for all mill equipment are carefully selected based on the design and schedule requirements.

Monitoring and Control of Manufacturing Progress

Regular inspection of Manufacturing Progress
Comparison of actual progress with targets
Mitigation strategy to account for unforeseen delays


Regular status updates
Corrective measures for minimizing time/cost over runs