How We Work
Experience has shown us that, to achieve a successful outcome to any project, it is best to be involved at the earliest possible stage. By calling in our engineers at the beginning, projects benefit directly from the input of skilled consultants who have significant experience of faults found during the construction, commissioning and start-up phases.
The feedback and input from lessons learnt reduces the risk of possible operational or safety and environmental issues during the project completion activities thereby optimising the opportunity of timely facility start-up.
Engineers at Dexcrest are specifically selected to work alone or in a team environment. Dexcrest has the strength and flexibility to provide the necessary expertise to deliver optimum results on time and within budget.
Experience has proven that technically correct specification for equipment is essential for a successful commissioning and start-up phase. By offering a procurement service that focuses not just on cost and schedule, but on the correct technical specification, inspection and testing requirements, we aim to ensure that the equipment delivered is functional, fit for purpose and adequately preserved; on time and within budget with any requirement for site modification minimised.
By utilising the extensive project experience and skills of our staff, including taking on lessons learned from previous projects, we believe that as a company we can and do add real value to all stages of client projects, particularly during the procurement phase and the completions, commissioning and start-up phases.