Featured Projects

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    Leesville Cryogenic Processing Facility

    The Leesville Plant is a 200 MMSCFD cryogenic processing facility located in Leesville, Ohio. The peak manpower during the project was 91 employees and the project ...

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    Grassroots Crude Oil Rail Car Unloading Facility

    Ardent provided electrical and instrumentation services for construction and start-up of this grassroots crude oil rail car unloading facility located in Taft, California with a capacity ...

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    Midmar & Fasken Gas Plants

    Ardent was charged with supporting the delivery of two 60 million cu ft per day (MMcfd) grassroots gas processing and compression facilities located in a remote ...

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    Tioga Plant Expansion

    Ardent provided E&I construction services for a portion of the plant expansion for a cryogenic natural gas plant. This cryogenic natural gas plant will be able ...

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    Gulf of Mexico Panel Fabrication

    Ardent recently completed a large panel fabrication project for a major deep-water offshore oil and gas production facility in the Gulf of Mexico. This project included ...

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Four Week Look-Aheads

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Ardent employs four week look-ahead plans to enable successful medium-term planning. The four week look-ahead plans examine work at a level of detail generally not achievable in the integrated electronic schedule. Four week look-ahead plans require foremen and senior craft supervisors to analyze and prepare for the work of the coming four weeks. Four week look-ahead plans are prompted by the overall electronic CPM schedule but are completed in the field by field supervisors and are filled out by hand. In producing his or her four week look-ahead, each supervisor must consider the tools, materials, craft, equipment, information and safety resources required to complete the work during the four weeks looking ahead. The supervisor must include any foreseeable constraints to getting the work accomplished in the four week window, whether it be Ardent controlled constraints, or more importantly, outside constraints. The four week look-ahead exercise is intended to enable each craft supervisor to plan the work and then work the plan. While project dynamics rarely allow supervisors to work the plan precisely as planned, the four week look-ahead provides assurance that field supervisors have examined the work, prepared for its execution, and have received all necessary materials, information and safety items well in advance of commencing the work.

 

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