Engineering Management and Design
Multi-Disciplinary Engineering Design Consultant
Engenium is well placed to manage complex engineering projects.
Your project will benefit from our deep understanding of delivering multi-disciplinary Engineering Design and Value Engineering. Successfully taking designs from study into execution and operation.
We employ technical and design experts in the Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Control Systems and Process Engineering disciplines. We also leverage the latest in engineering design software, 3D modelling and BIM systems to improve efficiency and provide you with greater value.
Adopting LEAN Design and Engineering Management Principles
Engenium has embraced and pushed LEAN design and engineering principles through our “Smart Project Delivery” philosophy. We know each project has differing business requirements, so we apply various LEAN Design initiatives tailored to meet each individual projects needs.
By embracing our LEAN approach to engineering management, you will benefit from:
- Less engineering hours through the use of our 3D design tools and processes. Enabling the project to progress quicker and at less cost to you.
- Our ability to challenge acceptable standards in order to ensure “fit-for-purpose” design and value for money engineering.
- Fewer drawing deliverables whilst still ensuring a good technical understanding of your project and construction pricing in execution.
- Safety-in-design incorporated throughout our design processes and methodology.
- The utilisation of standardised 'off-the-shelf' plant and equipment in the design phase. This reduces re-engineering and custom engineering where there is low value add to the project.
- Greater design review and construction productivity through the utilisation of 3D modelling tools.
We will work closely with you to fully understand and define your engineering scope, schedule and budget.
We will deliver high quality engineering, minimising the schedule and cost variations traditionally caused through rework from misunderstood design requirements, constructibility and maintainability issues.