HEADBOX REPLACEMENT Greenberry was contracted by International Paper to replace and/or upgrade multiple approach piping and mechanical systems, a new primary and secondary headbox, and new slitting equipment on an existing, fully operating containerboard, paper machine. Greenberry was tasked to complete the pre-shutdown as well as the shutdown installation,
COSMO SPECIALTY FIBERS MAINTENANCE Greenberry Industrial is proud to have worked for over five years and over 500,000 hours with zero recordable injuries at Cosmo Specialty Fibers in Cosmopolis, Washington. Greenberry was contracted by Cosmo Specialty Fibers in 2011, when the paper mill was recommissioned, to provide maintenance services.
DC DRIVE REPLACEMENTS & HEAD BOX MODS This project involved major critical work during April 2010 shutdown. The work was done in extremely tight working conditions. SERVICES PROVIDED Critical five day shutdown to replace 13 DC motor drives on back side of paper machine including 2 new gear
EXHAUST SYSTEM REPLACEMENT Greenberry Industrial was selected by Universal Silencer to install their exhaust system at Puget Sound Energy’s power generation facility at Blaine, Washington. All of the work was performed during their fall outage. SERVICES PROVIDED Receive and stage the new exhaust system equipment prior to the
NEW HEAD BOX & FOURDRINIER REBUILD As an industrial mechanical contractor with over three decades of precision millwright experience in the Northwest pulp and paper sector, Greenberry was called upon to provide detailed constructability, shutdown planning, headbox installation, Fourdinier bracing, and supporting construction management and industrial services. SERVICES PROVIDED
VCE MECHANICAL & PIPING CONSTRUCTION This project consisted of replacing the existing VCE with a new shell and tube falling film style evaporator. The work involved removal of local support equipment and installation of new equipment to perform the same process tasks. Demolition of the VCE during a September 2012
TOTAL MILL REFURBISHMENT The facility previously owned by Weyerhaeuser Corp. in Cosmopolis, Washington was completely shut down in 2005. In 2010 the facility was purchased by a large private investor group with the intent of restarting and operating the facility by mid-2011. There had been virtually no preventative maintenance work
HEAD BOX & APPROACH PIPING Greenberry worked with the owner to develop the scope, project execution plan, schedule and budget. All key components were installed and piping systems were tied in. SERVICES PROVIDED Jointly developed scope, estimate and schedule with customer Construction Management and Coordination Demo’d existing head