Client Representation High-Pressure Gas Engineering Projects

High-Pressure gas engineering projects require expert management. Client representation is a crucial part of the process to ensure the smooth running of such work. We recognize the importance of keeping clients in the loop and operate a regular reporting and feedback procedure.

We have the multi-disciplinary expertise to manage these projects, delivering the highest quality of work for the range of required pipe diameters and pressure. Our breadth of experience enables us to work with tried and tested methods as well as with innovative solutions to achieve efficient future-ready results.

Assist with Commissioning

Whether we manage entire projects alone or work as part of a team with our client, we operate with efficiency to deliver projects within the agreed budget and on schedule.

Pipeline Safety Regulations 1996 Compliance

welding pipe

We ensure that all work is fully compliant with the Pipeline Safety Regulations 1996.

We take care to ensure that all goal setting, pipeline design and construction conforms to these standards. We carry out meticulous risk-assessment to ensure the correct procedure is followed to achieve the end goal.

Our compliant emergency procedures ensure that we protect the safety of the public and all those working on the site.

Health & Safety at Work Act 1974

All site activity and any work we undertake is fully compliant with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

Site management and engineering projects require that the people’s safety is assured. We recognize that with many potential risks, it is imperative that all of the correct steps are taken to mitigate risks and protect the safety of all those on-site.

This involves carrying out risk assessments, following all regulations and undertaking training on a regular basis to ensure everyone adheres to the guidelines and expectations.

health and safety

We maintain a safe working environment, implement adequate welfare provision and ensure that there is provision for information, instruction and supervision.

EHID, Hazcon, Pre-Start Site Meeting

Hazards in Constructions

One aspect that we take seriously are hazards in constructions. Risks are ongoing on any construction site but, through active management, we work to reduce the risks associated with such hazards. Working at height, material handling and the many other potential hazards, require we work with everyone involved to recognize all risks and manage them.

Pre-start site meetings are held daily, where we discuss any problems and seek solutions before work begins. We place a significant emphasis on ensuring everyone plays a strong role in maintaining safety on-site.

CDM 2015 Compliance

Site management is about managing health and safety, so we make sure that we are CDM 2015 compliant.

We identify and manage all risks in project planning and throughout the duration of the work. We make sure we put the right people on the right jobs. Collaboration is vital in the process; this requires making information about the risks available to everyone involved and the issues managed professionally. We consult and engage with workers to ensure they understand the risks and adhere to all guidelines.

CDM 2015

G17 Acknowledgement


We follow the G17 procedures which are vital when undertaking works involving high-pressure gas pipelines. This specification document indicates the design requirements. We ensure that the document aligns with the scope of the works we are undertaking and is in line with all safety specifications that relate to site management.

Reporting to Project Lead Engineer

The success of every project is underpinned by collaboration. Timely and accurate reporting to the Project Lead Engineer is key. Through our team working closely with the Project Lead Engineer, we make sure the project stays on track and that all problems, issues and concerns are managed in a proactive way. This reporting enables the Lead to make informed decisions on the next steps of the project, to plan ahead and schedule phases of work.

Reporting to Project Lead Engineer

Reporting is a vital element of our site management as it delivers clarity and insight on a regular basis, all of which helps the project reach successful completion.

Client PTW System

Client PTW System

We work to Permit to Work Systems that helps to prevent accidents or injury to personnel while also preventing damage to plant or machinery.

We take this aspect of site management seriously; it is vital when risks are high. Embodying a code of conduct that requires formal action, a Permit to Work system ensures that a safe system of work is implemented. Through strict controls, it enables our staff to undertake high-risk work at a specific time and place that is delivered safely and efficiently.

Daily Records on Site

Daily Records on Site

Site management is based around efficiency and clarity. From safety to project progress, keeping daily records is a vital part of working on site.

Records are a crucial part of site management and we place an emphasis on them being up to date. All records are scrupulously handled, logging daily updates of every element of the project. They provide tangible information that can help to steer ongoing decisions while also providing data for supervisors and managers to use.

Weekly Inspections

Weekly inspections are key when managing projects to keep site management focused, streamlined and on track.

From ensuring that safety guidelines are followed, that the work environment is fit for purpose, through to checking that work is progressing as expected, such weekly inspections also help us identify concerns and give us the ability to implement solutions straightaway.

We work closely with supervisors and management to ensure that all inspections are carried out efficiently and fulfill the goals set for them.

Weekly Inspections

Health and Safety Compliance on Site

workplace safety

Compliance with all health and safety regulations ensures that the work environment is safe and secure for all staff, contractors, visitors and the public.

With a wide range of potential risks, it is vital to implement appropriate solutions that mitigate risks and keep the workplace safe.

We actively monitor and manage health and safety compliance on site, working proactively to identify any new risks and manage them quickly. With regulations being updated often, we aim to be informed of the latest changes and to remain compliant across the board.

Reviewing Main Works Contractor Documents. Design, Health & Safety Construction Phase Plan ,Traffic Management Plans and Method Statements

Reviewing Main Works Contractor Documents

Site management involves multiple elements which we monitor actively in order to achieve efficient good quality processes.

We review all main works contractor documents to check their qualifications and suitability for working on site. We implement health and safety plans to strengthen the safety of the site. Where necessary, we manage all traffic management plans to reduce the impact of the works on the public. We produce detailed methods statements that detail our scheme for carrying out work safely.

Organizing & Submitting Client Permit Requests

Efficient handling of client permit requests is an integral part of site management as it brings confidence that clients work safely.

We manage all permit requests from clients in order to oversee how they operate on-site.  Only authorized personnel are allowed to carry out specified activities in the way set out in each permit. These formal procedures enable us to control activities that are considered to be high risk.

We handle this complex permission process from the start to finish of each project.

Organising & Submitting files

Organizing & Submitting Requests for Client Mechanical, Electrical & Instrumental Teams When Necessary and Completing Records Of Daily Activities

When Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumental teams are required, the process of organizing and submitting requests requires a thorough approach. We ensure that we manage the process efficiently, making sure that we follow all procedures so that the right teams are given access to the site at the right time. We also complete all relevant documentation before making the submission for request. Furthermore, we also keep a record of daily activities and this allows us to monitor, analyze and manage all activities on a daily basis. We then have the scope to identify any problems and ensure that the schedule is still on track.

Site Progress Meeting

Site management is an ongoing process with many different roles and tasks being undertaken at any one time. We make sure that everything is progressing as expected by holding regular site progress meetings with staff, supervisors and managers. They keep the teams up to speed with project progress while allowing us to identify potential issues arising and to find solutions. It provides a project overview, facilitates forward planning and helps increase efficiency.

Site Progress Meetings

NRO & RO Assistance

NRO & RO Assistance

Non-Routine Operations and Routine Operations have to be approached differently but both must achieve their goal. Our procedures ensure that all non and planned routine operations follow the same precise operating guidelines and management control. We ensure that engineers, equipment and teams are adequately briefed on the specifics of the job in hand. Active management and ongoing inspections will ensure that all work is completed efficiently and on time.

NDT -PAUT Acknowledgement

Within the construction industry, Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) plays an integral role in the safety and progress of works on-site. This enables us to ensure that all materials as well as the joining process used throughout the fabrication and erection phases are of high quality. We also manage Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT) which enables us to help manage flaw detection for assets and structures on-site.


Upload of Client Site Specific Data Books

Client Site Specific Data Books

The management of site-specific data books is key to the overall success of all site management. We organise the upload of client site-specific data books recognizing that this requires job allocation as it can be time consuming. This data allows us to check site operations are running smoothly and as planned.

P18 Acknowledgement

P18 design specifications

P18 design specifications form an integral part of the construction process and effective site management. Site managers and teams follow the project design specifications to help the project keep on schedule as well as to identify and manage risks. The design specifications feed into the overall management as well as individual projects so together they provide oversight of the project design and desired outcome.

P9 & P2 Acknowledgement


Our welders hold the necessary certifications to carry out welding work and are allowed to carry out P9 and P2 procedures. They are qualified to carry out welding work that relates to pipelines that operate under pressure. Our management checks that they are fit to weld onshore steel pipelines that are designed to operate at a pressure of more than 7 bar.

Hot Tap Connections

We manage and execute the fitting of new hot tap connections to a host pipeline. The entire process requires precision and expertise so that that the flow of the main pipeline is not interrupted. This work is carried out safely and efficiently by qualified engineers highly trained to undertake this task effectively. The risks involved are managed, included those involved in working at pressure, the impact on the customer and also to the surrounding area.

Hot Tap Connections

Stopple Connections

Stopple Connections

We also fit stopple connections. We assess the safety and production issues involved before the work begins. Staff are fully trained in repairing pipelines. All regulations including health and safety are followed, the process in monitored from start to finish, as we fulfil all agreed procedures to complete the work as briefed.

Excavations, Open Cut & Trenchless

Excavations, Open Cut & Trenchless

We oversee and manage all excavations, ensuring that equipment is fit for purpose and that personnel have the necessary expertise. We manage open-cut trenches and also undertake trenchless work, helping to install and replace pipework.

Deep Excavations

Deep Excavations

For deep excavation work, we monitor structural stability, managing ground conditions as well as all underground structures. The work is actively managed and carried out by qualified and specifically trained individuals. Safety a priority in such projects, so all safety procedures are strictly followed through the entire project. We also carry out an inspection of excavations prior to each shift and after each shift.

Cofferdams, Piled Pits

We manage the implementation of Cofferdams and work carried out under water. We help in works associated with the construction of bridge piers and submerged support structures. Our expertise includes working on piled pits.

All safety regulations are adhered to. Our staff are qualified for the jobs they do in these specialized projects. We follow strict planning guidelines and safety procedures to ensure the project is completed on time and safely.

Cofferdams, Piled Pits

Auger Bore

Auger Bore

Auger boring is a process that requires precision and accuracy as well as the professional experience and qualifications to ensure the job is carried out successfully.

Our site management team oversees the entire job, following all safety regulations and laws that relate to trenchless installations. Our staff have the required expertise to complete such work.  Scrupulous planning ensures that the project is completed in accordance with all planning and safety requirements.

Hydrostatic Testing Acknowledgement

The Hydrostatic Testing Process is managed in accordance with a stepped procedure to ensure that all piping systems and pressure vessels are adequately tested.

In the case of a shutdown or doing repairs, our site team monitors all equipment, to make sure it is fit for purpose, poses no risks and is capable of working under all required conditions once returned to service.

Hydrostatic Testing Acknowledgement

Cathodic Protection

Cathodic Protection Acknowledgement

As corrosion can be a significant issue in construction, we oversee and manage cathodic protection to help reduce corrosion rates. We ensure that protective work is carried out in a timely manner and that all personnel are fully qualified to undertake the task. This process requires the correct planning and a following survey to ensure the protection has been activated.

Temporary Works

When temporary works are required, acknowledging and managing them is an integral part of project and site management. The appropriate planning and works monitoring will be conducted all compliant with current safety, building and environmental regulations.

Temporary Works Acknowledgement

Environmental Aspects, Mitigations, considerations

Environmental Aspects, Mitigations, considerations

All aspects of construction work require full assessment of environmental impact. This involves identifying potential risks including those that might become apparent once works begin. Risks to nearby properties, the public and nature is assessed. And the appropriate solutions identified. This evaluation and solution finding requires the close working of site managers and their teams with all concerned, including members of the public.

External/ internal Coating & Painting

External/ internal Coating & Painting

Carrying out internal and external coating and/ or painting requires thorough preparation and planning. We bring in fully trained teams with experience of the equipment used for these particular jobs. We ensure that all health and safety regulations are followed, that the procedure is overseen and all activity recorded throughout.