Project Focus

ISO 7 Cleanroom


Design/Tender/Site Ops.
Project Management
Cost Management




10 weeks


6 weeks


18 weeks


Defects Liability


540 sq. m. (6,780 sq. ft.)

Project Deliverables

  • Engineering workshop to finalise Scope
  • Detailed Survey and Revit Model
  • 30% Design Report and Presentation
  • 90% Design Report and Presentation
  • Hazard Analysis
  • Value Engineering Workshop
  • Budget Cost Analysis at each Design Phase
  • PSDP and Preliminary SHW Plan
  • Procurement/ Contract Strategy
  • Tender Documentation
  • Tender Clarification
  • Tender Analysis & Final Report
  • IFC Documentation
  • Site Support during Construction
  • Snagging/Handover
  • Final Account Negotiation
  • Safety File/O&M Systems Walkdown

Delivering a retrofit project in a live operational facility is always challenging but opportunities to excel shall always present themselves. Recognising this fact is imperative and hard work and attention to detail are the corner stones of successful delivery, along with the ability to adopt to the clients ever changing production environment and operational requirements.

– Project Manager Patrick Gaughan


The project encompasses the installation of a H202 UV Reactor unit which required the de-commissioning of existing plant and instation of new plant within a live restricted plant farm.

The commission included the design of all utility packages to facilitate the new process including process waste and automation H2S04, NAOH, FeC13, H202, transfer pipework


TG was engaged as a single point design team to deliver the design, procurement and administration of contracts on site in a traditional build contract.

Health & Safety

TG also provided the services as PSDP and the appointed contractor provided the service of PSCS.

Project Brief

Workshops were convened after appointment to fully scope the project. This resulted in additional scope as an optional extra which would be incorporated into the project subject to the availability of capital funding but included in the detail design and tender process.

Project Challenges

Retrofit projects have many challenges for the client: relocation of production activities, decommissioning of redundant equipment and services, contractors intervention into a live operation facility, identification of contractor access points, removal of waste material, potential impact on existing emergency/personnel routes, contractor materials delivery and placement.

To mitigate these risks TG implement our Risk and Opportunity strategies so risks to production or general client activities were identified, assessed and prudent mitigation methodologies were put in place to protect KCI for the duration of the site operations stage.

Building Services

A full suite of building services drawings were generated including integration into site BMS/FMS systems. New P&IDs were generated by the design team and existing P&IDs were updated.

Site Utility Capacity

Detailed surveys were undertaken of existing utilities to ensure adequacy of supply to service the new facility including tie points, controls and demand.

Interface Assessments / Plans

A detailed laser scan was undertaken and a Revit model was generated.

Commissioning & Validation

Commissioning activities were carries out by the construction team and temperature mapping, pressure profiles and particle counts were conducted in conjunction with the site team.

Completion & Handover

A detailed walk down of all systems was conducted by the construction team including handover of O&M Manuals and Safety File.