Berns Electric 's engineers are some of the most experienced experts in their respective fields of expertise. They work every day to develop comprehensive, integrated solutions to meet Client objectives. Our teams are comprised of engineers who have worked on multiple projects in diverse industries.
Our engineering capabilities comprise proven processes and best practices available 24/7 via our knowledge-management system, Knowledge OnLine. This system connects Berns Electric engineers and technical experts around the globe, providing a collaboration tool for solutions to complex project challenges. More importantly, Berns Electric executes all projects with paramount consideration for the health, safety and environmental well-being of all current and future project participants and stakeholders.
Clients rely on Berns Electric to adequately define their project requirements before initiating a capital investment. Our front-end engineering and design (FEED) teams, using the experience gained from providing FEED services to Clients in diverse industries prepare documentation to support our Clients’ future investments. Berns Electric has provided FEED services for thousands of major projects, including first-of-a-kind technologies, world scale mega projects and licensor design packages. We have extensive experience preparing lump sum bid packages, as well as reference packages to facilitate completion of work in an expeditious timeframe.
Front-end engineering and design is the work required to produce quality process and engineering documentation of sufficient depth, defining the project requirements for detailed engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction of facilities and supporting a ±10 percent project cost estimate.
Used on engineering studies, pre-FEED and FEED activities, OptimEyes enables the rapid creation of conceptual 3D plant models along with automated routing, equipment creation and material quantity downloads. Berns Electric ’s multi-disciplinary design teams quickly create and evaluate multiple “what-if” scenarios, selecting and refining for the optimum facility arrangement.