Evolution of Fabric Maintenance – from Aesthetics to Integrity
For a long time Fabric Maintenance was as much about aesthetics and making the asset look good, as it was the operation of the plant. But the times have changed.
Strong safety and maintenance cultures go hand-in-hand because poorly maintained assets can be the root cause of accidents and collateral damage to personnel and assets.
In the Gulf Coast, asset owners/operators routinely outsource advanced operational maintenance and repairs to technical service providers who specialize in one or more maintenance aspects. The practice of dividing O&M among multiple suppliers can be more challenging and costly because each supplier has a limited work scope and lacks an understanding of the big picture.
Stork has therefore developed the O&M Planning & Execution Lab™ process to allow asset owners/ operators and technical service providers to jointly set project objectives and KPIs and enable them to better manage a wide range of assets—such as offshore platforms, refineries and gas plants.
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