Eagle Electrical System’s conceptual design capabilities align each project’s function, scope, cost, and schedule with client objectives to optimize project success. The conceptual design phase offers the best opportunity to assess business, commercial, and technical risks; and to improve return on investment.

During conceptual design, Eagle Electrical Systems establishes the early project definition of the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) requirements and a detailed project estimate. Services include feasibility studies, project-development planning, technology evaluation and recommendations, risk-management assessment, global siting, financing planning, constructability reviews, asset and life-cycle optimization over the facility’s life cycle, and front-end engineering.

Eagle Electrical System’s design expertise is reflected in a series of reference power plant designs, incorporating both the latest technology and the accumulated experience of Eagle Electrical System’s. These designs can save time in obtaining the licenses required to operate a plant, reduce capital costs, and promote shorter schedules.

These reference designs are available in sizes best suited to the clients’ needs and to various market and site conditions and can be adapted to offer flexibility for output capacity, equipment manufacturers, and other client preferences.

Reference plant designs include:

* Combustion turbine units
* Pulverized coal units
* Fluidized-bed coal units

Eagle Electrical System’s has also developed the Baseline CentricSM approach to deliver appropriate, cost-effective solutions that enhance the value of its clients’ assets and increase their long-term business success. This proprietary system begins with the FOCUSSM process, a collaborative work practice that engages all of a project’s multidisciplinary team members in the project’s development.

The FOCUS process:

* Builds early consensus across all disciplines and functional areas
* Solves the project’s issues prior to execution
* Establishes a detailed estimate
* Connects each project activity and decision to the estimate
* Reduces the number of change orders
* Assigns accountability for services and material
* Details EPC in a conceptual design report