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What is a Proof Design?
The most common mistake in test cell planning is the failure to make an accurate in-house cost estimate. With a Preliminary Design Package, Emprise solves the major problems of design, performance, cost and schedule before committing to the bulk of a project. Emprise takes responsibility for the cost estimate and schedule, and the client is certain that the new test facility will do the job and come in on
Why use the Proof Design approach?
- WORK TOGETHER - Solve major problems of design, performance, cost and schedule as a team.
- SAVE TIME - Eliminate need for client to create a comprehensive specification for the characteristics of their test stand.
- NO WASTED EFFORT - All work performed during the Preliminary Design Package is toward the goal of defining your new test facility.
- LOWER RISK – Breaking the project into two manageable phases lowers your risk and ours, often resulting in a lower total turnkey price for the test facility.
What is the Result?
- COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS - Emprise performs critical trade studies to ensure that you get the most cost effective test facility possible.
- PROCESS AND INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAMS - Emprise provides P&ID’s that show exactly how the design will work along with general arrangement drawings and other applicable sketches.
- REALISTIC PROJECT COST ESTIMATE & SCHEDULE - Emprise stands behind our Preliminary Design Package cost estimates by offering to finish the job with a firm fixed price contract.
Benefits of Proof Design:
- Agree on test stand configuration before committing to majority of project spending
- Save time and money
- Lower risk
- Emprise guarantee for turnkey construction
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Specify Your Own Engine Test Cell
Many companies and engineers don't know where to start when planning to specify and engineer an engine test cell.That's why we've created what we feel is a comprehensive "check-list" to help you help us in quoting a potential project!