Piping Calculation, Simulations, Piping MTO Services
Piping Material Take Off (MTO) is a list generated by analysis of a blueprint or other design document in Engineering and Construction industry related projects. It enlists all the material that can be used in the project that includes their quantity, quality, source, elements etc. MTO is the process of analyzing drawings and determining all the materials required to accomplish the design. It can be used to create a Bill Of Materials (BOM). It helps clients in acquiring and Procurement of materials for their project.
We have experienced drafters and engineers who cater to specific needs related to Piping MTO and provide full-cycle services using latest tools and software with up-to-date and detailed drawings within strict deadlines. We help our clients in:
Piping and Valves Specification
Material Take Off Process (MTO)
Piping Layout Planning
Drawing for Statutory Approval
Little P.Eng. Mech Consultants helps the client with detailed Calculation and Simulation of Piping Engineering. We work in close collaboration with clients and communicate frequently to appraise them with the latest phase of the design process.
Located in Calgary, Alberta; Vancouver, BC; Toronto, Ontario; Buena Park, California; We offer our Piping Engineering Services, Skid Design Services, Pipeline Engineering Services and Structural Engineering Services across Canada. To get our Piping Stress Analysis Services, please contact our Engineering company.
Our professional piping stress engineers have a bachelor's and Masters degree in mechanical / structural engineering and province license (P.Eng.) in Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Ontario. We review, validate, certify and stamp piping and structural packages. Also check Industries We Serve.
We provide premium piping engineering & full-service pipe design and pipeline / pipe stress analysis services, from initial concept through final construction. We serve all types of industries across Canada & globally. Using CAESAR II and pipe stress calculations as per API, ASME B31.3, B31.1, B31.8, B31.4, B31.9, CSA Z662.