Steam & Gas Turbine Project Experience
PEM Fossil Clients
American Electric Power (AEP)
Tampa Electric Company (TECO)
Tampa Electric Company (TECO) | System-wide Turbine Services Agreement
- Since 1999, PEM has provided turbine services to TECO’s fossil stations and is currently working as the primary vendor under a system-wide maintenance agreement.
- Turnkey outage services provided includes schedule development, project management, technical support, subcontractor management, shop repairs and comprehensive staff augmentation for 100-600 MW units.
- All emergent outage service requests have been responded to within 6 hours and necessary staff has been onsite within 24 hours of a request.
Progress Energy | Turnkey Turbine Outage & Labor Augmentation Services
- Since 2001, PEM has supported Progress Energy’s fossil sites under a system-wide agreement, meeting customer expectations for quality, safety and staffing performance on all projects.
- PEM supported a major inspection for a mechanical drive turbine (BFPT) at Sutton Fossil Station, providing turnkey outage services, technical directors, craft supervision, turbine technicians, operators, riggers & labor support
- PEM provided turnkey outage services at Lee Fossil Station, including the valve inspections and a high velocity oil flush. PEM managed third party subcontractors and completed the outage with zero safety incidents, on schedule and within budget.
American Electric Power (AEP) | Turnkey Turbine Outage & Labor Augmentation Services
- PEM provided a turnkey turbine outage to the AEP Picway Fossil Station including project management, technical direction, supervision and craft labor in support of a challenging valve inspection on a vintage 100 MW Westinghouse steam turbine. The inspection was completed ahead of schedule and under budget.
- PEM has provided AEP’s Glen Lyn, Sporn, Conesville and Kanawha Fossil Stations with technical direction to supervise and oversee turbine generator maintenance outages. Assignments included lead technical director as well as supplemental labor for the utility maintenance organization