Propak’s 404 and 925 Shops specialize in pipe spooling
and module assembly. The skilled fabrication workforce
includes a wide variety of construction trades: welders,
pipefitters, millwrights, insulators, crane operators,
instrumentation technicians, electricians, painters and
general laborers. Having these trades on staff allows
Propak to ensure the complete module assembly is
constructed in a safe manner and adheres to strict
quality requirements and client specifications.
With a combined approximately 250,000 sq ft shop
capacity, the majority of Propak’s modular assembly work
is completed indoors in a controlled shop environment
with available overhead cranes.
LARGE & SMALL PRESSURE VESSEL MANUFACTURING PLANTS
The 505 Shop specializes in manufacturing large
pressure vessels, exchangers, air coolers and other oil
and gas processing equipment. This shop also houses
Propak’s CNC Plasma steel plate cutting table utilized
in manufacturing a variety of custom pressure vessel
and structural steel components.
The 405 Shop specializes in fabrication of small size
pressure vessels for compressor packages and other
MODULAR ASSEMBLY AND TRIAL FITTING YARDS
Both the 404 and 925 Assembly Shop are situated with
adjacent outdoor yard space. This outdoor yard space
totals approximately 65 acres and includes large flat
concrete pads used for accurate trial fit-ups of pipe rack
and equipment modules.
With Propak’s available yard space, completed modules
are often staged for transportation to site in convoys to
facilitate efficient setting and field installation.
STRUCTURAL STEEL SHOP
The 226 Shop specializes in structural steel fabrication.
This includes the structural steel members required for
Propak’s standard and custom modular skids as well as
pipe racks and site erected rigid framed buildings. Steel
is cut utilizing a Robotic CNC Plasma steel beam cutter
increasing productivity and efficiency.
The 226 Shop is located adjacent to the 404 Assembly
Shop allowing for easy transfer of completed structural
skids and steel components for modular assembly.
ENGINEERING OFFICE FACILITIES
Propak’s main office staff buildings are the 440 and
925 buildings housing the Gas Processing, Compression
& Power, and Heavy Oil Business Units. Propak’s
engineering, drafting, and procurement office facilities
are located in close proximity to fabrication and
assembly shops allowing for effective communication
and teamwork throughout the project.
With Propak’s office facility capacity, Propak is equipped
to handle a multitude of projects ranging from single
process packages to large energy processing plants.
CONTROL SIMULATION ROOM
Propak’s 925 building houses a Control Simulation Room
which is used for performing facility control system
program simulations. As this is located in an engineering
office, multi-disciplinary support is available during
Factory Acceptance Testing.
This room can be set up to mimic a client’s site control
room providing a useful resource for program testing
and operator training.