November 13th, 2010

The Plant Project Engineering Guidebook

bookThe Plant Project Engineering Guidebook is for plant project engineers who want an insight into the main facets of project engineering in North America. Engineers are guided through work procedures and methods for plant projects in the oil and gas, pulp and paper, board and recycling industries and that can be applied to other industries.

The Plant Project Engineering Guidebook contains 168 practical guidelines, 18 case histories and 30 sample forms to describe the project authorization process including budgets and estimating, information on how to control the office and drawing functions, a description of the bidding and procurement process, the basics of construction management, contracts, commissioning procedures, startup and training.

This is the stuff you wish they would have taught at university, but didn’t.


– 168 Guidelines offering advice and useful tips on project procedures; budget preparation and project finances; reporting to management; dealing with employees and contractors; how to avoid common project management errors and pitfalls. organizational guidance; and much more

– 18 case history studies provide a unique opportunity to learn from real-world events and experiences! See what has been done before, what works and what does not work.

– 30 sample forms, reports, work orders, checklists and contract documents are included in the guidebook! Use these as a basis to modify or develop your own project management documentation

This is the only book of this type available on the subject of Plant Project Engineering.

This book gives you the “HOW-TO” of managing your plant projects

The book is available in hardcover and as an ebook  at:

Book Comments

Textbook will prove to be a valuable resource.
MT, Calgary, AB

A valuable reference.
LL, Lloydminster, AB

BG, Lloydminster, AB

KL, Lloydminster, AB

Typical high Casti Standards
EM, Lloydminster, AB

Very well put together, very comprehensive
BL, Lloydminster, AB

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