July 2021

Special Focus: Plant Design, Engineering and Construction

Execution features of modularization projects

Due to growing global environmental awareness in recent decades, the petrochemical industries have been seeking more cost-effective construction solutions.

Chuang, R., Fan, A., CTCI Corp.

Due to growing global environmental awareness in recent decades, the petrochemical industries have been seeking more cost-effective construction solutions. This initiative is an impetus to the adoption of modularization, which helps to provide safer working environments, improve quality and secure firm scheduling, as the prefabrication of modules is usually performed offsite in independent module fabrication yards to avoid interference with ongoing site activities. While modularization provides a better solution for various issues regarding labor, budget or space, there are new aspects and criteria that must be considered. Dealing with complex project interfaces is becoming more of a challe

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