Oil and Gas/Industrial
Worley Warehouse Upgrades, Edmonton, Alberta (April 2022)
Kandrea Insulation and Scaffolding hired Hingeneering to provide structural engineering services for Worley Warehouse modifications and upgrades located at the East Side of Edmonton, Alberta. The scope of work includes the structural assessment of the warehouse of size 5000 square feet to be capable for a new extension at the east side of the existing facility.
H2S Storage Tank Expansion Project, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (October 2019)
Concrete Foundations for Two Tanks, Slave Lake, Alberta (September 2019)
Tiger Calcium has hired Hingeneering to provide
the structural analysis and design for footings of two ranks in their plant in Slave Lake, the construction and commissioning of the tanks were completed in September 2019. The side photos show the drone footage during the construction.
Impeller Lifting Jig, Fort McMurray, Alberta (April 2019)
Every time and then, we have been asked by our clients to design stuff that we don't do it on a daily basis. The shown Impeller Lifting Jig is one of them, which will be used by one of Canada Biggest Oil Producers in Fort McMurray, AB. We did the steel connections designs, fabrication and assembly drawings and finally the cut sheets.
Service Platform, Ontario (2018)
Hingeneering completed the structural steel design for the shown service platform for Clarifier Access Platform at Water Plant in Ontario, Canada. The scope of work included the steel connections design in addition to the developing of assembly, erection and shop drawings.
Container Building at Keyera Energy Plant, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (May 2018)
One of our fast track projects, this structural steel container building at Keyera Energy Plant. From design and conceptual design phase to detailed engineering then actual construction. It was great working with Kandrea Insulation to finish this interesting project to our end client, Keyera Energy in their plant located at Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta
Structural Steel Pipe Rack, Winnipeg, MB (April to December 2018)
HINGENEERING Consulting was the structural engineering consultant for the Structural Design and shop drawings of structural steel piperacks for Bioreactors/Blower Building at South End Water Pollution Control Center Upgrading/Expansion Project for the City of Winnipeg.
Structural Package for Industrial Facility in Red Deer, Alberta (March 2018)
HINGENEERING Consulting was the structural engineering consultant for the shown industrial skid package. This includes the structural steel support of a variety of equipment. Moreover, the structural engineering of the wall and roof panels, which are made of light gauge steel.
Utilidor Platform Structural Inspection, Warburg, Alberta (December 2017)
HINGENEERING Consulting provided the site inspection services for the erection of structural steel platform connected to silos in an industrial plant in Warburg, Alberta.
Dynamic Analysis for Air Coolers in Fort St. John, British Columbia (October 2017)
HINGENEERING Consulting provided the structural engineering assessment and investigation of the vibration effects due to a newly upgraded air cooler fan motors and gearboxes in an oil and gas facility in Fort St. John, British Columbia.
After such upgrade took place, relatively high vibration amplitudes was observed and measured in all directions (along the axis of the motor and gearbox, horizontally as well as vertically) at the supports of the gearbox and the motor.
Moreover, the high vibrations affected the supporting steel structure. The air cooler motor and gearbox supporting structure is mainly consists of steel platform framing supported by end plates and vertical hangers to the roof of the structure, which is supported on 4 steel columns and screw piles at each corners.
The purpose of the structural report was to investigate the dynamic behavior of the existing steel structure that supports the gear box and the motor by running modal analysis. Moreover, the natural frequency of the steel structure and the cooler fan motor and gearbox should be evaluated to avoid any possible resonance phenomenon.
Finally, the report highlighted the possible steel structure reinforcements required to reduce or mitigate the velocity vibration effect induced from the cooler fans motor and gearbox on the supporting steel structure.
Plains MidStream Shed Building Extension, Drayton Valley, Alberta (September 2016)
Hingeneering Consulting had carried out the structural analysis and design for an extension of an existing shed building on behalf of Kandrea Insulation Ltd. The roof and wall panels are fabricated from cold formed steel sections.
NewAlta Self Framed Gable Building, Drayton Valley, Alberta (November 2016)
Hingeneering Consulting had been invited by Kandrea Insulation Ltd. to provide the engineering services for roof and wall panels, which are used in the construction of self-framed gable for NewAlta building. Kandrea Insulation Ltd is manufacturing these buildings within its production facility in Drayton Valley, Alberta. The roof and wall panels will be fabricated using cold formed steel sections using two gauge thicknesses: 20 and 22.
Machine Foundation Assessment, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta (March 2016)
Hingeneering Consulting had been invited by Summit Services Group Ltd. to provide an engineering assessment and investigation of the vibration effects due to a blower fan on its concrete foundation in an existing industrial facility. The purpose of this report is to investigate the structural condition of the concrete foundation due to the dynamic forces induced by the blower fan. Moreover, the natural frequency of the foundation and the blower fan system should be evaluated to avoid any possible resonance. Finally, the report will highlight the possible alternatives to reduce or mitigate the velocity vibration effect induced from the blower fan on the supporting concrete foundation.
Vallhall Re-development Project, Stavanger, Norway
From August 2006 till June 2008, Dr. Farag (Hingeneeing Director) was a senior structural engineer for Fabricom AS, Stavanger, Norway. The project budget cost of $ 2.3 billion dollars offshore Norway. During this period, he was responsible for the finite element model for living quarter modules using SESAM (Ginei Module), where various dead, live, wind loads were superimposed. He participated in the FEED study for the Power from Shore Module (PFS). The study included analysis and design of the module using STAAD PRO and using Eurocode and NORSOK for design of steel members. Moreover, he supervised junior engineers to carry out structural analysis and design and responsible for review of engineering drawings developed by the PDMS designers. He carried out the structural analysis using STAAD PRO for Tower 10 pipe rack on DP Platform.
Phase 9 & 10 offshore platforms of South Pars Gas Field Development, Iran
Dr. Farag (Hingeneering Director) worked in the regional technical center team for Bureau Veritas Abu Dhabi from July 2004 till December 2005. Third Party Verification and Appraisal of Structural Designs of Offshore Platforms. The scope of work includes the design review for jackets and topside within Bureau VERITAS standards and the client requirements. The offshore complex was designed by Technip Abu Dhabi. The participation in finite element modeling using SACS and STAAD Pro software the analysis of Jacket and topsides was accomplished. The independent assessment analyses include in-place analysis, dynamic and fatigue analyses.
NPROD TAPTI Expansion Project FEED in India
Dr. Farag (Hingeneering Director) worked in the regional technical center team for Bureau Veritas Abu Dhabi from July 2004 till December 2005. The scope of work includes the design review for jackets and topside carried out by Ranhill Worley. The design review included inplace analysis, dynamic analysis, fatigue analysis and seismic analysis.