Rail and Transloading Terminals
Have you struggled with delays, incongruities in the design basis or miscommunications with the large rail operators?
Common setbacks we’ve seen include costly delays, incongruities in the design basis, and miscommunications with the large rail operators Canadian National Railway (CN) or Canadian Pacific Railway (CP). For some of these challenges and ways to navigate them, see our short blog article, ‘Five Pointers for a Successful Rail Project’.
Rail projects are diverse, but when it comes to Journey’s high standards, these priorities are critical: strict timelines, disciplined project execution, and getting it done right the first time.
- Feasibility, Conceptual, or Pre-FEED studies including Business Case Support
- Regulatory Support
- Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) or Preliminary Design including Cost Estimation
- Hazard and Operability Studies (HAZOPs)
- Detailed Design
- Project Management including Project Controls and Scheduling Support
- Supply Chain (SCM), Procurement, Vendor Management, and Pre-Qualification
- Field Inspection and Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC)
- Maintenance and Operations Support including Management of Change (MOC) and Sustaining Capital Management
Related Rail and Transloading Terminals Projects:
Rail Transloading Crude Oil & Butane
This project involved adding a track to the existing track system, including switches, lighting, grounding, grading, drainage, and protection for the undergrounds.Read More