Doosan Babcock Engineering & Services India designed and engineered
a supercritical thermal power plant in Cirebon, Indonesia. The complex
project required an interdisciplinary team of engineers with a high degree of
collaboration to achieve on-time delivery and cost control. The company used a
concurrent design concept to avoid interferences across disciplines.
Using S TAAD.Pro and S TAAD.foundation, the project team integrated
information across civil, architectural, structural, electrical, instrumentation and
control, mechanical, piping, and plant layout disciplines. Benefits included clash-free design, reduced rework, and on-time project deliverables. The concurrent
engineering approach helped to optimize the cost of the plant.
Fabricom GDF SUEZ
SITA Re-Energy Baviro Project
Baviro is a $31.8 million SI TA Re-Energy project in Roosendall, Netherlands. It is
a high-efficiency incineration installation for industrial and domestic waste with
a capacity of 291,000 tons a year. Fabricom’s project goals for this waste-to-energy installation were to increase capacity to meet the growing demand for
waste disposal and to recover more sustainable energy from waste.
Fabricom relied on AutoPLANT, AutoPIPE, and ProSteel for delivery of 2D
and 3D information, leading to faster communication among all of the parties
involved. The project was based on interoperability between services. By
reusing the data for all civil, building, plant, and structural project teams, the
company saved time and improved data reliability.