Our Greenberry Industrial unit provides non-union fabrication, construction and maintenance services. Since its founding in 1974, the company has built a national reputation for both safety and quality. Greenberry’s management team averages over 25 years of experience in industrial contracting and 14 years with the company; average tenure for all employees is nine-plus years. Its base of experience includes oil & gas, power generation, pulp & paper, chemical, aerospace, alternative fuels, food processing and high tech.
Greenberry Quality Certifications:
- API: Spec 4F Monogram, Spec Q1
- CWB Certified to CSA Standard W47.1
- AISC Certified for Major Bridge with Fracture Critical Endorsement
- ASME S & U stamps (power boilers & pressure vessels)
- National Board R stamp
- Extensive QA/QC procedures including ASME NQA-1
Fabrication Services. A full-service, heavy industrial fabricator of modules, structural steel, storage tanks, pressure vessels and pipe spools, Greenberry employs 150 full-time welders and fabricators certified in a wide variety of alloys and materials. The company’s three climate-controlled facilities provide a combined 240,000-plus sq. ft. of production space under hook.
Field Services. As a full-service industrial general contractor serving customers throughout the U.S., Greenberry offers an exceptionally trained, experienced and safety-conscious field services team that excels in all structural and mechanical disciplines. The field services teams are supported by industrial fabrication crews working in three state-of-the-art production facilities.
Fabrication services include:
- Module fabrication and assembly, including offshore and arctic
- Pressure vessel design and fabrication
- Tank fabrication
- Structural steel fabrication
- Pipe spooling
- Material handling systems
- Custom projects
- Fabrication of most alloys
- In-house detailing
- Surface preparation
While they don’t sound very menacing, tubing and clamping failures can cause injury, equipment damage, fires and forced outages. Maintenance literature for these minor but essential components seems scarce, and they don’t typically get inspected on a proactive basis. Performing unscheduled and unplanned maintenance further elevates the risk of errors and mishaps. Here are some preventive measures that will help mitigate the risk in your plant.
Leadership styles, the importance of hierarchy, collectivism versus individualism: these cultural parameters vary widely from country to country. We’ll identify and discuss key factors to be aware of as you navigate these complex and often confusing differences in conducting an O&M assessment at a power plant in a developing country.