Engineering Designs, Drawings and blueprints are the building blocks for all types of EPC projects. It is a crucial stage where project requirements are turned into real-life instructions.
At KEPL, we have the experience, technical skill, know-how, and tools to create large-scale and detailed designs and drawings for mission-critical projects. By following a highly-successful and proven method, we have executed highly complex designs and drawings for national and international projects.
Key Steps We Follow
- Review of Basic Engineering Package
First, we review and understand the client's technical requirements and specifications for the final product. We then collate the details and specifications.
- Preparation / Review of Design
Once the details are confirmed, we design the layout drawings / blueprints and prepare cable schedules and other critical documents. Our design capabilities and accuracy are greatly enhanced by the use of globally recognized and compatible software like:
- AutoCAD :Software for 2D and 3D Computer Aided Designing
- Microsoft Projects : Project Management Software Product
- ETAP : Electrical Power System Analysis Software
- Cg Lux : Lighting Design Software
- DIALux : For Professional Lighting Design
- SIMARIS :Electrical Design Software
- Ecodial :Software for Electrical Installation Calculation and Sizing
- Basic / Detailed Engineering
Once we get a go-ahead from the client, we begin with the basic/detailed engineering, as per the demands of the project. This includes the Electrical, Instrumentation and Automation Engineering aspects of the project.
- Generation of Material Take Off
The next step is to generate the material take off required for the project. We do so by creating a comprehensive list of the materials needed for the project, along with details of quantity and type, while our procurement team ensures its quality.
- Adherence to Regulatory Requirements
Lastly, we ensure that we have adhered strictly to all the legalities and regulatory requirements while executing the project.
Once the design has been completed, it is sent to the client for approval.