Highly trained API and STI inspectors don’t just identify problems, they find the cause and develop a solution.
Pond provides Asset Integrity services for all types of systems, vessels and structures, including tanks, pipelines, pressure vessels and equipment. Our teams, led by certified engineers and technicians, first perform facility condition assessments, then develop emergency and/or programmed repairs, system upgrades and proper maintenance procedures to improve system integrity and extend service life. Our inspections are engineering based; we don’t just identify problems, we find the cause and provide our clients with solutions.
Our integrity engineers are highly trained to identify not only the current condition of a facility, but also the operation and maintenance practices to ensure continued integrity. This is especially helpful when developing inspection strategies and plans to maintain compliance and asset integrity.
Pond employs numerous integrity engineers with specialized experience in all types of inspections over multiple industries. We not only inspect, but can also provide you with a cradle-to-grave solution for asset integrity.
Services | Capabilities
- API 510,570,653 Inspections
- API 580 Risk Based Inspection Programs
- STI SP001 Inspections
- Integrity Database Management and Implementation
- ILI Management Support
- RMP/ PSM Program Support
- Repair/ Alteration Design
- Re-rating of Storage Tanks, Piping, and Pressure Vessels
- Facility Assessments
Bryan Evans, NACE CP4
Executive Vice President of Energy
678.292.1113 ext. 4936
Mike Jeffreys, PMP
Senior Vice President
Brian Lunsford, PE
Vice President of Mechanical Integrity
404.748.4797 ext. 4797
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