Multiple Turner Industries divisions and groups worked together with Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies culminating in the completion of Honeywell’s Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Reduction Project at their Orange, Texas site. VOCs are compounds emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids. The Honeywell VOC reduction project’s goal was to capture these emissions, reducing their presence in the environment.
This schedule-driven project was a “ONE Solution” Turner effort by maintenance, crane and rigging, and Turner Specialty Services’ Non-Destructive Examination group. The project’s scope included erecting over 180 tons of steel and equipment, including an 86-foot-tall prefabricated binary module complete with equipment and piping, pouring concrete, fabricating and installing piping, and building scaffolds. Turner’s specialized transportation group was also brought in during the project for the transportation of prefabricated modules from North Carolina to the jobsite in Orange, Texas.
The project was an all-around success, meeting a strict six-month construction schedule. Turner employees worked 77,743 hours with zero safety incidents and recordables. The success of this project is a direct result of the ongoing alliance built between Turner and Honeywell.
Project Quick Facts:
- Project Duration: 6 months
- Cubic Yards of Concrete: 182
- Tons of Steel Erected: 180
- Total Hours Worked: 77,743
- Number of Welds Performed: 2,928
- Footage of Pipe: 5,748