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Process Control Services


Process Control Project Management


Project Management can be difficult enough on its own.  In concert with the complexities, ambiguities and technical vernacular that is involved in process controls, project managers can quickly be led down rabbit holes without a clear way out, leaving them feeling trapped and vulnerable.  Anyone having experienced this is probably familiar with this feeling on a visceral level.

By breaking the system down into small, easy-to-understand elements, the system, thus the project, is infinitely easier to navigate clear from the pitfalls that can lye in the path of the project. ICE draws from experience in industries that have much larger budgets and require much higher integrity.  Applying this experience to industries that typically have smaller budgets and fewer integrity requirements yields a value proposition unavailable with larger engineering and integration firms.  Since ICE has the experience, but not the overhead costs, the client can tap into valuable experience with a very competitive budget.


Process Controls Engineering

Process Controls is at the heart of ICE’s competency. When considering process controls and data integration, either as part of a larger project or as a stand-alone capital improvement, ICE is comfortable taking on any scale project. Our team includes a full portfolio of personnel with process engineering and process control experience from Junior Engineers to Senior Level Experts. Our disciplined engineering and creative solutions ensure the system delivered is tailored to the client’s needs and processes.

Process & Process Control Documentation

ICE has developed tools that reduce the mental work involved in developing the proper starting documentation, which brings the pain of this work down to something within the threshold of most projects’ budgets.  It also reduces the budget allocation for the development itself, since it allows for faster development and lower-wage personnel to perform such functions. Investment in documentation is one of ICE’s fundamental founding principles and it can usually be justified by the offset in higher-cost, higher-risk development efforts.

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