Quantapoint Digital Facility: A Shared Operating Model during Turnarounds

Quantapoint has partnered with a major oil company refinery in California to help increase efficiency and drive down cost during replacement-in-kind turnaround projects. The digital solutions, construction drawings, and fabrication verification services that Quantapoint is providing have enabled a dynamic collaboration amongst all major stakeholders by providing a shared operating model for all team members

Nigerian Offshore Asset Owner Saves 38% of Budget Time and Money on $70MM Project

MPN Facility

Situation A Nigerian offshore asset owner developed an upgrade program for pigging facilities on their production platforms.  Challenge Challenge 1: Most shallow water facilities are very old, this one in particular was over 40 years old and it lacked any existing condition documentation. The challenge was to design new pigging facilities and tie them in

Quantapoint’s PRISM 3D – a Fit for NRC Fukushima Enhancements


Quantapoint provides a cost effective solution to help nuclear facilities meet the new NRC Fukushima Enhancement requirements. To learn more about our solutions, please download this two page PDF or contact us at info@quantapoint.com or by phone at 713.574.1444.

FPL Improves ALARA using Quantapoint Digital Facility

FPL Dose Reduction with Digital Facility

Situation  FPL performed a Six-Sigma evaluation to determine how to improve their on-site institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) performance. The team discovered that the plants performance in Collective Radiation Exposure (CRE) was weighting down both the site and fleet industry ranking. Recommendations from the Six-Sigma team included both process and procedural changes to improve

Major Utility uses Digital Facility to Improve CFD Model Integrity for GSI-191

Situation In response to NRC Generic Safety Issue 191, Assessment of Debris Accumulation on the Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) Sump Performance, a major southern based Utility developed a 3D CAD model of their containment for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) testing. The model will be used to accurately simulate debris accumulation based on varying event scenarios.

EPC Saves Time and Money during Power Plant Clean Air Project


Value Drivers: Retrofit, Major Modifications Situation A major EPC Company was contracted to retrofit a clean air project for two fossil-fueled power stations owned by a power company based in the Southeastern region of the United States.  The modifications on these two multi-unit power stations were required to meet sulfur dioxide emission reduction requirements. One

Major Oil Company Pipe Rack Upgrades

Major Oil Company Pipe Rack Upgrades

Value Drivers: Major Modification, Harsh Conditions Situation A major oil company was modifying a highly congested pipe rack as part of an upgrade in a refinery and chemical plant.  There was a significant concern that there was not enough room for new pipes.  Additionally, due to the project schedule, field data collection would be required

Refining Client Derives Value during Modification

Refining Client Derives Value

Value Drivers: Demolition, Detailed Design, Turnaround Support Situation A leading refiner in Louisiana discovered corrosion on the bottom portion of a distillation column. It was proposed that a forty foot section of the column be removed and replaced by a newly fabricated section.  The client required that the existing section be demolished and the new

Quantapoint Helps Document a Historical Site

CAD Model

Value Drivers: Historical Site, Modifications Situation The Carrie Blast Furnace, a former industrial site, was being converted to a museum in which the existing site equipment and features were to be an integral part.  This required accurate information for the existing building and equipment layouts. Challenge No existing condition documentation was available and creating it

Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel Project

Value Drivers: Detailed Design, Construction  Challenge A large oil company was required to modify several of its US refineries in order to comply with Low Sulfur Diesel requirements.  The project involved significant modifications to several operating units at five refineries located in Washington, Texas and Louisiana. Challenge Common to each facility was a lack of accurate