SAGD Well Pad Modules2017-04-30T11:31:05+00:00

Project Description

SAGD WELL PAD MODULES

Greenberry Industrial was selected by the owner to fabricate, assemble, test, inspect, and prepare for shipment the modules for Devon’s Jackfish 2015 Well Pad Program. Jackfish is Devon’s steam‐assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) plant located in Alberta’s vast boreal forest. Greenberry built 23 modules ranging in size from 10’x10’x40’ to 20’x20’x85’. The truckable Instrument and Pump Modules (16) were built in Vancouver and trucked to site. The Pipe Rack and Condensate Modules (7) were fabricated in our shops in pieces and shipped to our 135‐ acre Module Assembly Yard in Cut Bank, MT for final assembly and test fitting. Complete modules were transported to Jackfish via the Sweetgrass border crossing and the permitted high load corridor in Alberta.

SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Over 22,000 Diameter Inches of Weld
  • Modular construction methodology
  • Heavy fabrication and erection workload
  • Fabrication of pipe spools and structural steel at multiple facilities as needed
  • Extensive Equipment and Instrument assembly and testing
  • Full NDE Provided – RT, UT, MT, and Visual
  • Management and supervision of needed subcontractors (Electrical and Insulation)
  • Real time project controls and scheduling enabled on time completion under budget
  • Highly detailed QA/QC Program executed and communicated with Customer

PROJECT STATISTICS

  • No recordables or lost time incidents

Project Details

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