Selamina Engineering Management Consultncy
As part of the EPC management, en Selamina EPCAM, we care for and give consulting services on the Project Engineering, Process Engineering, Process Design, Proceess Development, Process Control and Engineering Management of our clients. Our consulting helps clients address business-driven issues that are technical in nature, and where it is critical to have a deep understanding of business issues, technical issues, and how they relate to each other. As such, all our consultants have both engineering and business expertise. Our consultants routinely address issues such as engineering problems and solutions, technical and technological improvements, risk management, asset management, reliability planning, technology planning, business planning, business operations, capital budgeting, and economic analysis.
Selamina Engineering Consulting
SE sector, SEPCA Management, subsidiary of the SELAMINA BUSINESS group is a multispeciality engineering company dedicated to process industries and buildings. We offer to our clients in Spain, france and Belgium and abroad high added value services which are adapted to medium scale projects.
We offer our clients consulting services designed to improve the performance of their production sites and the management of their industrial investments, from project feasibility study through to commissioning of facilities.
Our strategy aims to create long-term partnerships with industrial leaders, in the following sectors :
- Chemical & petrochemical industry
- Oil & gas
- Food industry &
- Pharaceuticals & Life sciences
- energy & environment
- Building industries
Framework contracts and agreements represent 33% of our sales.
Process Industry Services – We have extensive experience in process industry reliability and risk management, with a focus on the investigation and prevention of accidents. This includes analyses of the existing state using techniques such as Preliminary Hazards Analysis (PHA), Hazard and Operability Analysis (HAZOP)reliability, root cause, fault tree, design issues such as basic engineering design, conceptual engineering issues, detailed engineering issues, etc. It also includes mitigation analyses including process risk mitigation, new technology adoption, and human factors.