Engineering,Procurement & Construction (EPC)

Brief of EPC project
· Each engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) project is unique with respect to infrastructure requirements, industry requirements, regulatory and environmental requirements or geographic location.

· EPC projects consist of the design, procurement, construction and commissioning of physical assets. They are transferred to the end-user or owner as a complete functioning unit.

· An EPC project typically results in a turnkey facility: at closeout, we hand over a working facility that’s ready to go. This is differentiated from a design-build contract which closes out similarly to design-bid-build contracts, with the owner and its construction manager or designer taking an active role in punching out the facility.

· The execution phase of industrial projects consists of detailed engineering, procurement and construction: EPC. We as the engineering and construction contractor conducts the detailed engineering design of the project, procures all the equipment and materials necessary, and then undertakes construction to deliver a functioning facility or asset to clients. The EPC, or execution, phase of a project normally follows the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) phase. The FEED is a basic engineering design used as the basis for the EPC phase.

EPC delivery process





EPC Engineering Sequence




Procurement Sequence



Construction Sequence



Inter-Functional Coordination