Posted on July 5th, 2004

Project management specialists bring in 3D expert

The North West’s leading project management specialists, PROjEN, have expanded their service offering by taking on the knowledge and expertise of 3D design specialist Dave Berry.

Recruited from M.W.Kellogg in London, Dave 44 brings with him a wealth of experience as a senior project design engineer with specialist 3D plant design knowledge based within the oil and gas, pharmaceutical and food manufacturing sectors.

Dave has worked within the project design industry for 27 years, where, during this time he has worked for many of the big names including ABB Lummus, M.W.Kellogg, Shell and Costain, Astra Zeneca and Jacobs Engineering.

As an experienced project design engineer, Dave is excited by the increasing benefits associated with new technology and agrees that the implementation of computerised systems and techniques such as Autoplant and Photogrammetry will provide a greater service. However, Dave believes that along with this technology there must be a high level of customer service.

Dave who began working at PROjEN in March this year comments, “PROjEN recognises the importance of continuous personal development and provides the necessary support and investment in their staff to make that happen. It is an award winning company with a broad client base that will provide an exciting and challenging career opportunity”.

He continues, “In a competitive market clients are demanding better value from their service providers. Smaller well-structured companies, where individuals can make a big difference, such as at PROjEN, are winning a larger share of a market that was once dominated by large corporate organisations. PROjEN is ideally situated within this market and I am looking forward to delivering the high expectations demanded by the company and sharing in its success”.

State-of-the-art 3-D modelling Systems used by PROjEN, improve design efficiency by allowing faster plant layout and pipe routing in a 3-D environment. Customer’s benefit by being able to ‘walk inside’ this 3-D environment to review and approve proposed arrangements prior to construction. Using 3-D modelling techniques significantly reduces costs by accelerating design and construction and guarantees a clash free installation.

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