central + process utilties design

Utility systems can have a huge impact on the throughput, downtime, and operating costs of a facility. O’Neal’s engineers deliver expertise every day for the design, maintenance, and expansion of the central and process utilities you rely on.

Engineered solutions you can count on. central and process utilities. As part of our comprehensive facility solutions, O’Neal is practiced at matching utility capacity to system demand. Our process knowhow provides insight into your operations that enables us to model generation capacity and utilization diversity. In addition, we have the capability to quickly assess the risks to your operations, and recommend appropriate redundancy and backup systems where appropriate. This means that O’Neal-designed utility systems are sized right for your application, and will always deliver the capacity you need when you need it.

Beyond reliability. We recognize that capital cost and energy efficiencies are essential considerations when designing utility systems. We seek to understand client needs and offer advice so that informed decisions can be made that balance short-term priorities with the life cycle cost of operations. O’Neal can also develop utilities design options for consumption reduction, which combined with our core capabilities offer win-win solutions that are efficient and sustainable.

The quality of your utilities can have a direct impact on operations and in many cases is a critical component for cGMP regulatory compliance. O’Neal brings strong process utilities engineering capabilities for feasibility studies, detailed utility system design, and analysis of existing systems. We are known for our expertise in clean utility systems and are practiced at the integration of distribution systems with process equipment. You can rely on O’Neal for
central and process utilities design consistent with your quality and compliance goals.

  • Plant Steam
  • Chilled Water
  • Glycol Systems
  • Compressed Air
  • Vacuum Systems
  • Waste Neutralization
  • Power Distribution
  • Clean Steam, SIP Systems
  • Clean-In-Place (CIP) Systems
  • Process Temperature Control
  • Water-for-Injection (WFI)
  • Purified Water Systems
  • Clean Specialty Gasses
  • Biowaste Inactivation Systems


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