In order to comply with new federal regulations regarding allowable emissions at cement plants, our client was required to install Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) and Data Acquisition and Handling Systems (DAHS) at eleven of their cement manufacturing facilities across the United States.
Behrent Engineering provided the required engineering design and development of the bid packages to submit to third party contractors for the installation of the CEMS & DAHS systems.
Site visits were conducted by lead members of Behrent’s project team to gather field information and help to determine the location of the CEMS building and cable tray routing. General arrangement drawings were prepared to show the overall location of the CEMS building, the emission stacks, stack platforms, cable tray routing and overall site dimensions.
Structural steel drawings were prepared for the construction of the required stack platforms, stack monorails and cable tray supports. Air piping, electrical conduit, fiber optic cable, stack ports and special emissions monitoring equipment were also engineered and detailed on the plans.