Integrated Lift Management
The Safe, In-House, On-Time Lift Project Approach
Whether it involves a 10,000-lb. compression skid in a fabrication yard or a 4,500-ton topside at an offshore location, making a lift is a complex operation involving considerable planning and preparation along with professional engineering and execution. For lift operations to be conducted safely and projects to be completed on schedule, project managers have a number of “critical path” factors to consider.
- Have we acquired accurate weight and center of gravity measurements?
- Has the lift rigging been tested, certified and is it on site?
- Have lift points been verified?
- What steps have been taken to mitigate risk factors?
- Do we have a lift drawing?
- Are we following a professionally engineered lift plan and are all of these documents on site?
- Will we have qualified lift supervisors on site?
These and other inquiries must be satisfied before a lift project may move to the final stages.
Having managed over 90,000 lift projects since 1981, at Versabar we understand the demand for smooth coordination of services and a timely resolution of variables in preparing for and executing a lift project. By gathering all the disciplines in-house we’ve eliminated the delays, the conflicts, and the guesswork that can hamper operations and play havoc with your project schedule.
We call this approach Integrated Lift Management.
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