Our Services

Core Services

Maintenance and Servicing

Maintenance of facilities systems and Units and involves identifying and implementing operational and maintenance (O&M) improvements and ensuring system functionality. It seeks to optimize equipment and system operation so that they function together efficiently and effectively. Areas of attention are:

  • Mechanical/Air Conditioning, Heating & Ventilation Systems
  • Compressed Air Systems for Process & Instrument Air, including, capacity, ON/OFF Cycles, air leaks, receiver size, dryer type and location;
  • Blowers and Fans type, size, type of drive & control
  • Chiller compressors and pumps, cooling towers, Air Handling Units, VAVs,  ductwork
  • Steam reticulation and boiler systems, insulation effectiveness, steam traps, condensate recovery, steam leaks, plumbing and  sanitation and sewerage systems
  • Analyzing Switchgears including Motors name plate data including stated efficiency, kW rating, type of Motor operating hours, maintenance history (including Rewinding & Overhaul
  • Vertical transportation systems (Lifts)
  • Life Safety and Protection systems
  • Fire Protection Systems
  • Suppression and Alarm Systems

Energy Management Services

  • Energy Management Services
  • Energy Audits
  • Energy Training Services
  • Development of:
  • Energy management policies and programs
  • Conservation awareness strategies
  • Renewable Energy development and Consultancy
  • Solar Photovoltaic projects           
  • Solar Water Heating projects
  • Biogas projects from organic waste
  • Wind Energy projects

Inspection and Assessment

  • Conducts systematic appraisals and assessments of key existing mechanical and electrical units, appliances and operational systems that significantly affect the performance and value of the facilities at institutions
  • Provides information regarding the physical condition of the units and associated remedial measures and assist in developing models and simulations to improve operational efficiency and performance at institutions
  • Conducts identification of potential capital intensive improvements that can be made at institutions to further enhance performance and reduce utility costs. The savings associated with reduced utility cost improvements can then used to “buy down” the implementation costs associated with the new capital-intensive measures and make the overall operational package more economically viable and sustainable.

Risk Assessment

  • Each component, unit is risk assessed to quantify likelihood and potential consequences of an undesirable event or potential failure occurring.
  • Analysis of existing measures to mitigate the consequences together with all relevant conditions that have an effect on the consequences and especially those that may arise after component and unit’s shelf life has elapsed.
  • The assessment will also address consequences of not undertaking the repairs and scheduled maintenance.

Design, and Upgrade of facilities systems and Units

  • In case of obsolete technology or equipment, typically uncover major facility areas of modifications, revamping, upgrading or/and replacement of obsolete units, components and operating systems