Clough’s reputation for engineering excellence and superior project management of major energy and resources projects is underpinned by the availability of highly experienced engineering professionals to add value through every phase of a project. From concept development through to start up and operation, our engineering capability is a key to successfully making our client’s project vision a reality.
We have a proven track record of delivering multi-disciplinary engineering projects, providing process, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and piping engineering and design through our in-house team of more than 300 engineers and technical staff.
Clough has a strong core competence in multi-disciplinary engineering for project concept selection and feasibility analysis.
The close coupling of engineering with construction, cost estimation and supply chain management allows rapid, accurate evaluation of option costs and early delivery of construction optimised designs.
Our FEED packages appropriately detail the selected concept to match the owner’s project delivery strategy, reducing variations during detailed design and disruptions in the subsequent phases of the project.
Clough’s comprehensive detailed design service encompasses the full range of engineering disciplines and utilises customised and integrated tools and platforms to support all phases of the project from engineering to system completions and commissioning.
Our EPCM services combine front end engineering, local experience, interface management and construction know how to successfully manage the engineering and construction interface of major energy and resource projects for our clients.
Inherent safety is an essential part of all Clough’s engineering services, which is why we have an in-house team focused on Safety in Design, Process Safety, Hazardous Area Classification and Functional Safety. This service provides our clients with peace of mind when it comes to safety by providing safeguards to manage of human error, hardware failures and environmental changes which may be experienced when operating their processes and assets.