The Ready Method: Meeting your Commissioning Needs
The "Ready Method" uses a stringent process to plan and execute
the commissioning of your system; incorporating broad, proven commissioning
methodologies which are specifically tailored to the unique concerns and
pressures of the instrument/electrical and DCS environment. The Ready
Method is aimed at providing a structured path forward through the commissioning
process. The end goal is to ensure a safe and timely start-up of the facility.
This translates into cost savings through proper planning, both through
the initial start-up and subsequent maintenance turnarounds and start-ups.
Our documentation allows the same process, in part or full, to be followed
over and over again.
Ready’s team leader will assess your commissioning needs, put together a hand-picked team of experts and then implement and execute an appropriate commissioning plan. Ready will handle all aspects of Factory Acceptance Testing, document control, generation of turnover packages, baseline equipment performance, punch-listing, safety compliance, I/O ring-out, system turnover to operation and document migration to maintenance.
We work with all vendors to develop a single commissioning package and
schedule for the customer. Each commissioning plan is tailored to the
client's specific needs and their particular situation. We supervise commissioning,
track progress and work with operations to ensure a smooth start-up and
transfer of control. The final documentation package details all commissioning
procedures and test results for the future reference of the maintenance
Ready Engineering has experience commissioning instrument/electrical
systems in mining processes, materials handling facilities, petrochemical
plants, power generating facilities, refineries, tank farms, smelting
operations and oil and gas production units. Our worldwide experience
has taken us from the areas surrounding our headquarters in Alberta, to
the rest of Canada and the United States and on to Europe, Russia, Asia
and the Middle East.