Guided Process Solutions
Using our Guided Process Solutions (GPS) system for process-driven projects, our in-house team of architects, professional engineers, and construction staff works directly with owners to optimize the design of your new facility around your process. This differs from traditional design/bid/build construction, where individual contractors focus on their own specific aspects of the project, without careful consideration of your plant’s process operations.
For industrial process manufacturers involved in new plant construction or expansion projects, the conventional design/bid/build process can add unnecessary cost and risk, such as:
- Hidden costs and plant process-related issues overlooked during the design phase that increase final construction or ongoing operational costs
- Delays in bringing new production capacity online because of a traditional process in which one phase cannot begin until the one before it ends
By optimizing the design and preconstruction phases of complex, process-driven manufacturing projects using the GPS system, plant owners can save on their final construction costs and achieve faster project completion times, to bring new plant capacity online sooner.
Customers who’ve switched to the GPS system for process construction projects say it best:
With substantial proven experience, RLG has completed projects spanning a variety of provided services and solutions.
Schütz Container Plant Expansion
Fast-track schedule need for increased production space and capacity
Antifreeze and Functional Fluids Manufacturer
Using the GPS system to provide a unique construction solution allows chemical facility expansion to go forward.
Food Process Manufacturing Plant Addition Design/Build
Unique solution for vertical, gravity-fed production line
Jones Hamilton Production Facilities Design/Build
Two facilities help manufacturer enter new markets
Johnson Controls Processing Tower Design/Build Construction
Multi-phase project with complex design solution
Whirlpool Corporation Cooling Tower Addition
Process-driven approach provides extra savings