The “Industrial Services Division” of 1 Priority Environmental Services offers specialized services related to the dismantling and relocation of industrial equipment and facilities. This process can start with the match marking, or tagging plus cataloguing of equipment and parts prior to disassembly, the disassembly of the parts, the packaging and crating followed by the reassemble of the components at their new location. This work can be performed both nationally and internationally and is performed on a per task basis and as turn key packages. Work is self-performed and/or accomplished with strategic partners and subcontractors by experienced and qualified technicians.
In addition, 1 Priority’s experienced staff can manage the work with Oracle’s Primavera P6 software which offers powerful, robust, and easy-to-use cloud and on-premise applications for globally prioritizing, planning, managing, and delivering successful projects.
Industries served include power generation, oil and gas, chemical, manufacturing, refineries, pulp & paper, steel, metal and automotive, food processing and others.
1 Priority Environmental Services provides a variety of industrial services including the following:
- Match Marking
- Equipment Disassembly
- Equipment Transportation
- Specialized Crating and Packing
- Equipment Reassembly
- Inventory Control
- Parts Retrieval
- Oracle Primavera P6 Scheduling and project management
- RFID Matchmarking
- Environmental services
- Asbestos and Lead abatement
- Hazardous materials collection and packaging
- Tank cleaning
- Line flushing
- Power washing and steam cleaning
- OSHA Compliance
Industrial Services. 1 Priority. Your Solution.
Location: Lamar, Colorado
Project: Madera Power Plant, Match Marking, Dismantling, Crating and Reassembly of Boilers and Power Plant Equipment
The USDA purchased a fluidized bed boiler with power plant equipment from Madera Power Generation in Norman, Colorado and relocated it to Vicksburg Mississippi. This was done in response to a recent federal government initiative for innovative strategies to reduce cost of remediation. The UDSA chose to purchase and relocate this specialized boiler and power plant that can incinerate hazardous waste and generate sellable electricity, rather than spend the same $70MM plus amount just to remediate the naphthalene contaminated facility.
1 Priority Environmental contributed in this process by first providing match-marking of equipment, labor for disassembly (an estimated 75,000 hours), Project management and reporting with Oracle Primavera P6 software system, packaging and crating of equipment, followed by providing the labor to reassemble the power plant and equipment in Vicksburg, Mississippi.