Month: December 2009

PROjEN Succeed in Raising Health and Safety Awareness

PROjEN, a specialist engineering Project Management Company, based in Preston Brook, Cheshire is proud to announce further success on a recent client project. The project involved the replacement of 230 bursting discs in the Stevenage Chemistry Pilot Plant following a project risk assessment on the current protection devices.

Key measures of success for the project included it being completed both on time and to budget with ZERO accidents and quality defects whilst ensuring no impact was made on operations. PROjEN’s Health and Safety Manager Lyndon Workman was delighted with the final Safety Health and Environment (SHE) statistics:

“The Project consisted of 9,200 construction man hours with ZERO lost time accidents, injuries and environmental impact. These statistics demonstrate PROjEN’s commitment to raising Health and Safety Awareness on the projects we manage”.

PROjEN are justifiably proud of their unrivalled Health & Safety record. All site staff are focused on maintaining PROjEN’s excellent standards with PROjEN’s Project Manager Alberto Enjuanes commenting:

“The site team performed excellently throughout the lifecycle of the project and received much praise from the Stevenage directors for the way the Health and Safety was managed”.

PROjEN have always supported both local and national charities and at the end of major client projects a donation is made to a worthwhile charity. On this particular project PROjEN are proud to announce £150 has been donated to Halton Haven Hospice. The money will go towards helping to support people at different stages of their illness across Runcorn, Widnes and the Surrounding area.

Employees at PROjEN Ltd raise £900 for local charities

PM PROjEN, the specialist engineering Project Management Company, based in Preston Brook, Cheshire is proud to announce it has raised £900 for charity through a raffle during PROjEN’s Christmas party held on Friday 4th December 2009.

The Christmas party was attended by almost 100 personnel and guests and consisted of pre dinner drinks, a three course meal and a live band to finish. In addition PROjEN’s Managing Director Martin Seabrook presented a number of special prizes to staff for their hard work over the past year.

The money raised at the event will be donated towards two worthwhile charities- Halton Haven Hospice based in Runcorn and St Ann’s Hospice in Heald Green. PROjEN are always looking at ways to help raise funds for worthwhile causes and are delighted with the level of participation and enthusiasm that PROjEN’s employees demonstrate when doing so. PROjEN’s Managing Director Martin Seabrook commented:

“It is fantastic to see the level of support and commitment everyone at PROjEN show when participating at fundraising events. It is great to see the money raised going to support such worthwhile causes”.

In contrast to the much publicised economic gloom affecting many businesses PROjEN have raised a substantial amount of money over the last year and will continue to supporting whatever charities and good causes that they can into 2010.

PROjEN highlight their commitment to the European Safety Campaign

Specialist Engineering Project Management Company PROjEN recently supported the European Week of Safety campaign which ran from 19th to 23rd October. The campaign was focused on raising awareness of both legal responsibilities and the practical need to assess risks in the workplace.

PROjEN was fully committed to the campaign and targeted both office and site based personnel and contractors. Information packs were sent out by PROjEN which included information about the campaign, a risk assessment booklet, quiz, HSE example assessments and “Five Steps to Risk Assessment” posters.

With over 30 years of project/risk management experience PROjEN recognises that risk assessment is key to sound health and safety management. By carrying out effective risk management procedures, PROjEN has the ability protect client projects by maximising opportunities and value whilst minimising threats – a prerequisite of all effective project management solutions. PROjEN’s Managing Director, Martin Seabrook comments;
“It is fantastic to see the level of commitment that PROjEN has demonstrated in supporting the risk assessment campaign. By providing clear and simple guidance, PROjEN strives to empower all personnel to carry out effective risk assessments, and to take appropriate action to eliminate or control risks”

PROjEN Succeed in the Pharmaceutical Market Sector

Specialist Engineering Project Management Company PROjEN have begun a major pharmaceutical project incorporating the project management, design and build of an Acetone and Industrial Methylated Spirits (IMS) Tank Farm. The tank farm is being designed to deliver bulk products to an existing process at a Midlands based manufacturing company.

The objectives of the project are to create a safe bunded storage area with tanker access, offloading facilities and associated plant and equipment capable of delivering Acetone and IMS on demand and effluent storage.

The key phpects of the project are as follows:

  • Process, Civil, Mechanical and EC&I Design
  • Construction Management, Health, Safety and CDM Support
  • DSEAR / ATEX compliance
  • Procurement of four bulk storage tanks
  • New bunded area and road tanker offloading area
  • Process equipment
  • Pipebridge to carry process and service pipework and electrical supplies
  • Access platform to new tanks and bunded area

Being experienced in the use of 3D Visualisation has given PROjEN the opportunity to use this technique to supply their client with image solutions that match their needs. Lyndon Workman, PROjEN’s Project Manager and Health and Safety Advisor comments;

“We have been working closely with our client for some time in developing a number of Preliminary and Front End Engineering Designs (FEED) to enable us to fully understand the project definition prior to construction. We have established the detail design with Civils pouring concrete this week and have a planned completion date for the project of March 2010”.

PROjEN’s success in the pharmaceutical sector spans back 30 years and includes repeat business from a number of major pharmaceutical companies. PROjEN’s long experience within the pharmaceutical sector is an important factor when dealing with specialist requirements. PROjEN’s Managing Director, Martin Seabrook comments;

“Strong project management skills and setting clear objectives are fundamental to fullfilling our client’s requirements. PROjEN’s experience and range of solutions offered has given us the opportunity to become market leaders in the delivery of best value, low cost solutions for industrial projects”