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PMO Coaching

P M O – C O A C H I N G the principles and steps are laid out for you in a visual and easy way in the video But…….. You need to write up, get approval and implement the necessary management plans for — EHS — Communication — Risk — Quality — Procurement […]


If your working with hydrogen or ammonia for example in a “green”, “blue” or “grey” environment and you understand this video below then that’s terrific, alternatively if you find the whole hazardous area system confusing then it’s time to talk to us or schedule a free consultation               […]

Constructibility Review

What is Constructibility Review? Constructibility review is an ongoing process to enable that the right engineering deliverables will be completed supporting the required construction sequence in a timely manner. This we also call construction-driven engineering. In order to do a constructibility review, construction experts or trade specialists need to get involved during the engineering design […]

Project Site’s Life Saving Rules

A Construction Site bears hazards on many kinds. The fundamental basic rule is to avoid fatatlities, injuries, accidents. GS & Alliance Partners promote and implement 12 Life Saving Rules, because some of them can mean literally the difference between life and death. Workplace safety on a construction site is not only a term it is the license to construct.

DPGS & Alliance Partners invite you to speak to us about the life saving rules implementation, training, and the associates behaviour safety observations.

Policies & Procedures for Project Execution

The policy framework during project execution governs employee and contractors’ behavior and conduct onsite, reflecting fundamental principles that align with the project owner’s company culture.

Policy Examples which are critical onsite are:

  • Alcohol & Drug Policy
  • Consultation, Representation & Participation
  • Electrical Safety
  • Emergency  & First Aid Policy
  • Fitness for Work
  • Anti-discrimination Policy
  • Risk Management
  • Sexual Harassment Prevention
  • Smoke free Workplace Initiatives
  • Workplace Bullying Prevention


Procedure Examples which are critical onsite:

  • JHAs / SWMS
  • LOTO
  • NOE – Notice of Energization
  • Working at Heights
  • Confined Spaces Entry
  • Excavation
  • Critical Lifting of equipment
  • Traffic management

In summary, policies set the overarching principles and expectations, while procedures detail the specific steps to follow when implementing those principles in practice. Both are essential components of an effective governance framework within an organization or project.

DPGS & Alliance Partners have a wealth of experience for your benefit. We invite you discuss these project frameworks with us.

Project Management Plans

Project Management Plans represent a bundle of key essential plans to demonstrate how specifically the project shall be managed

In the realm of project management, the success of it soutcome hinges on a well-crafted and implemented group of plans. At DPGS & Alliance Partners, we recognize the integral role of specific plans within this bundle. Here’s a closer look some essential components:

Project Execution Plan (PEP):
Key Highlight: The PEP outlines the overall approach to project execution, including project delivery method, scope, schedules, budgets, preliminary risks, procurement strategies, project financing,resource allocation, etc.

HSE (Health, Safety, and Environment) Management Plan:
Key Highlight: Prioritizing health, safety and environmental  impact considerations, this plan establishes protocols and practices to safeguard personnell, surroundings and the community in. a sustainable manner

Communication Management Plan:
Key Highlight: Ensuring seamless communication across all project facets, this plan details communication channels, frequency, and key stakeholder engagement strategies.

Construction Management Plan:
Key Highlight: Focused on construction activities, this plan delineates methodologies, constructability reviews, cold eye reviews, schedules, construction risks and resource allocation for efficient on-site execution.

Quality Management Plan:
Key Highlight: Upholding project standards, this plan defines quality control processes, inspection protocols for the completion of work packs plus check sheets, and mechanisms for continuous improvement.

Risk Management Plan:
Key Highlight: Addressing uncertainties head-on, this plan identifies, assesses, and mitigates risks to minimize their impact on project outcomes.

In each component of our Project Management Plans bundle, precision and foresight are paramount.

At DPGS & Alliance Partners, we can support your effortsto create and implement such plans in your PMO and your contractors. We would like to invite you to talk to us.

CCMS – Construction Commissioning Management System

Our Construction Commissioning Management System (CCMS) stands as a robust documentation management system. It seamlessly encapsulates Construction, Mechanical Completion, pre-commissioning, and Commissioning documents, meticulouslyorganized to document planning and execution activities from the engineering stages to startup, turnover, and operational phases.

At DPGS & Alliance Partners, our CCMS isn’t just a tool; it’s a dynamic repository, ensuring clarity and precision at every stage of your project. With a keen focus on revision control, we pave the way for an auditable information stream, fostering transparency, traceability, and ultimately, project success.

Key aspects of CCMS are:

Efficient Documentation Handling:

  • Challenge: Navigating the documentation handover from construction to pre-commissioning and commissioning.
  • CCMS Solution: Simplifying and optimizing documentation workflows for a smooth handover process.

Task Clarity and Accountability:

  • Challenge: Clearly assigning and tracking tasks for construction, pre-commissioning, and commissioning activities.
  • CCMS Solution: Utilizing CCMS to streamline task assignment, progress tracking, and accountability.

Integrated Communication Channels:

  • Challenge: Facilitating seamless communication between construction, pre-commissioning, and commissioning teams.
  • CCMS Solution: Integrating communication channels within CCMS to enhance collaboration and information sharing.

Effective Asset Data Management:

  • Challenge: Managing the transition of asset data from construction to commissioning phases.
  • CCMS Solution: Incorporating robust data management tools within CCMS for a seamless transfer of asset data.

Compliance Monitoring Features:

  • Challenge: Monitoring compliance with project specifications, standards, and master documentation list.
  • CCMS Solution: Including compliance monitoring features within CCMS to uphold project integrity and completeness of documentation.
  • At DPGS & Alliance Partners, CCMS isn’t just a system; it’s your ally for precise and efficient project documentation flow.

We would be happy speaking to you.


As gas production plants evolve, incorporating modularization engineering and packaged systems becomes integral for reducing onsite times. From utilities to frontend equipment, including compressors, and various processing components like static or rotating equipment, piperacks, underground networks, and more, each element plays a crucial role.

Optimizing Flexibility with Subsystem Division:

Subsystem division emerges as a pivotal strategy in driving efficiency during phased completion processes in gas production plants. This approach offers significant advantages:

Key Advantages:

Risk Mitigation:
Identify and address issues within specific subsystems, minimizing their impact on the overall project.

Enhanced Safety:
Implement focused safety measures for each subsystem, cultivating a safer work environment.

Improved Resource Allocation:
Optimize resource allocation by deploying discipline-specific teams to work on individual subsystems.

Accelerated Project Completion:
Capitalize on parallel work streams and phased completion, contributing to shorter project timelines.

Discipline-Specific Handovers:
Enable discipline-specific handovers within each subsystem for a smooth transition from construction to pre-commissioning and commissioning.

Progress Tracking:
Clear tracking of progress for each subsystem, enabling real-time monitoring of milestones and completion status.

Seamless Integration:
Ensure seamless integration of subsystems into the overall project through collaboration between disciplines.

Flexibility in Commissioning:
Adapt commissioning plans based on subsystem readiness, facilitating a flexible schedule.

Comprehensive Handover Documentation:
Provide detailed documentation specific to each subsystem for a comprehensive handover, simplifying future maintenance and operations.

DPGS & Alliance Partners – Enhance Project Efficiency with Disciplined Subsystem Approaches where applicable.

Check Sheets

What are Check Sheets compared to Work Packs? In construction Check Sheets and Work Packs serve distinct but interconnected purposes. Check Sheets focus on the verification and quality control aspect, confirming that completed tasks align with the specified standards.

Work Packs often include references to Check Sheets for inspection and verification purposes. Check Sheets are tools used within the broader framework of Work Packs to ensure that individual tasks are completed to the required standards.

In summary:
Work Packs provide a set of instructions for executing tasks within a sub-system of a project, while Check Sheets serve as tools within Work Packs, focusing on the verification and inspection of individual components of a completed task  to maintain quality standards.

Contact us for your project needs.

Training & Managing Onsite/Remote

As projects grow in complexity, the ability to seamlessly train and manage teams, both onsite and remotely, becomes pivotal for success. DPGS & Alliance Partners, within our comprehensive suite of Completion Tools, prioritize efficient workforce training and management strategies to enhance project outcomes.

Key Focus Areas:

Customized Training Programs:
Tailored training modules designed for specific disciplines and roles within the project.

Targeted skill development to ensure that each team member is well-equipped for their responsibilities.

Onsite Training Sessions:
Hands-on training sessions conducted directly at the project site.

Practical simulations and real-time scenarios for a practical understanding of project intricacies.

Remote Training Solutions:
Virtual training sessions for offsite team members, ensuring consistent skill development.

Utilization of advanced communication tools to facilitate interactive learning experiences.

Performance Monitoring:
Implementation of tools for real-time monitoring of onsite and remote team performance.

Regular assessments and feedback loops to track individual and team progress.

Resource Management:
Efficient allocation and management of resources, both onsite and remotely.

Streamlined communication channels to ensure seamless collaboration across different work environments.

Adaptable Management Framework:
A flexible management framework that adapts to the unique challenges of onsite and remote work scenarios.

Proactive problem-solving strategies for addressing issues promptly.

Technology Integration:
Integration of cutting-edge technologies for effective remote team collaboration.

Use of collaborative platforms to foster communication and knowledge-sharing.

In navigating the challenges of modern project management, our Training & Management solutions empower teams to achieve excellence in both onsite and remote work settings. At DPGS & Alliance Partners, we believe that a skilled and well-managed workforce is the key to project success.

DPGS & Alliance Partners invite you to speak to us.

Work Packs

Work Packs play a crucial role in streamlining processes from conception to operations, simplifying complex tasks throughout the project lifecycle.

The term Work Pack (WP) holds significant recognition in the construction industry, evolving to meet diverse needs arising from various construction activities. It functions as a fundamental tool for breaking down all aspects of a Construction Project, Pre-Commissioning, and Commissioning into well-defined, manageable instructions. These instructions are designed to be executed, budgeted, measured, and controlled per identified subsystem.

Key Points:

  • Work Packs serve as an essential component for the sequential handover process from construction to pre-commissioning and commissioning. Their completion and proper sign-off by responsible persons are critical for project success.
  • While traditionally the management of work packs was a manual process, the implementation of completions software has transformed and automated this process, enhancing efficiency and accuracy.

Detailed Features:

  • Work Packs are individually tailored for each discipline within a system or subsystem as determined by the project.
  • They encompass descriptions of specific tasks, detailed instructions, and documentation on how to complete each job. This includes related drawings, defining roles and responsibilities, and outlining safety requirements and inspection procedures.

Integrated within Completion Tools, Work Packs represent a shift towards automated, streamlined processes, ensuring precision and consistency in project execution.

Please contact us. DPGS & Alliance Partners will be happy to support

Specialized Field Personnel

Your project is perhaps underway and one of your PMO team members is no longer available. That means you need an urgent qualified field expert as soon as possible. Our flexible staffing solutions bring diverse specializations to your project. We will integrate seamlessly within your existing workforce addressing challenges and driving results.

Flexible Staffing Solutions:
We provide adaptable staffing options for specific project needs, ranging from short-term assignments to long-term engagements. Efficient resource allocation based on project phases and requirements.

Diverse Specializations:
Access to a pool of specialized field personnel with expertise in various roles, including construction management, commissioning management, safety management, quality management, project management, SMP engineering, E&I engineering, hazardous area specialists, and more.

Quality Assurance:
Field personnel selected with a focus on qualifications, experience, and a proven track record of success.

Rigorous vetting processes to ensure competence and alignment with project goals.

Cost-Effective Solutions:
Optimized staffing solutions that align with efficiency goals.

Flexible engagement models to accommodate diverse project financial structures.

Hazardous Area Expertise:
Access to specialists well-versed in hazardous area classifications and safety protocols.

Ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulatory requirements.

Proactive Problem Solving:
Field personnel equipped with problem-solving skills and the ability to address challenges in real-time.

Adaptability to changing project dynamics and unforeseen circumstances.

Simply talk to us and DPGS & Alliance Partners will be happy to support

PMO Services Integration

A Project Management Office (PMO) serves as a center of excellence, ensuring a consistent approach in project execution and fostering successful team coherence, ultimately leading to exceptional project performance outcomes. Clients faced with establishing a PMO from existing organizational resources often grapple with concerns about its effectiveness, given individuals’ other responsibilities and potential organizational dynamics.

DPGS & Alliance Partners bring a proven and structured approach to integrate PMOs. We address your specific needs by tailoring the right PMO team members for your project, including assessed personnel from your company. With a resource pool of 45 experts in project execution, we can establish the ideal PMO for you.

Key PMO Functions Supported:

Centre of Excellence:
Providing and maintaining a coherent project management methodology, standards, and management plans.

Utilization of Enterprise Tools:
Leveraging existing enterprise tools to maximize efficiency and integration.

Enterprise Governance:
Adhering to enterprise governance, ensuring transparent reporting, KPI matrix adherence, and effective schedule management.

Project Management Advice and Training:
Offering project management advice and training to integrated company personnel, fostering skill development.

Talent Development:
Developing company talent for projects, cultivating future project managers or project team members.

Clear Decision-Making Framework:
Establishing clear Delegation of Authority (DOA) and facilitating inter-company communication for critical decisions.

Steering Committees:
Regular steering committees with a key purpose of supporting the PMO and receiving crucial updates.

EPC Management

With EPC Management as an integrated component, DPGS & Alliance Partners offer clients a holistic project management approach that includes EPC contract oversight within either the EPCM Services or the PMO Services Integration.

Key Advantages of EPC Management:

Tailored Project Delivery Methods:

  • EPC contractor assumes higher risk and responsibility, especially in lumpsum turnkey contracts.
  • Beneficial for projects utilizing Design-Build (DB) delivery methods compared to traditional Design-Bid-Build (DBB).

Critical Role in Success:

  • EPC Management plays a crucial role in ensuring success, particularly in projects where risk transfer to the EPC contractor is significant.

Procurement and Supply Chain Expertise:

  • EPC contractor often manages the entire procurement process and supply chain.
  • EPC Management becomes instrumental in monitoring and controlling these crucial aspects.

DPGS Expertise:

  • Our team members bring extensive experience in EPC contractor management.
  • Benefit from our team’s wealth of knowledge and successful project outcomes.

DPGS will be happy to provide guidance and share referenced experiences face-to-face.

EPCM Services

DPGS & Alliance Partner’s EPCM Services encompass a comprehensive approach to project management, covering the entire project lifecycle from initial planning to final commissioning. We leverage our expertise in engineering, procurement, and construction management within our orgnization to deliver successful and impactful projects for our clients. Our EPCM Services  in more details


Holistic approach
When talking about Renewables a tailored approach to find the appropriate solution needs to take in to account factors such as location, energy demand, environmental conditions and efficiency.

Hybrid Solutions
We also suggest at times hybrid renewable concepts integrating multiple technologies, such as solar, wind, geothermal or hydrogen.

Example cutting edge Solar Farm
DPGS & Alliance team members have designed and installed for example a cutting edge solar farm.

Project Viability Assessment
To find the  solution for a specific project, DPGS & Alliance partners will offer a project viability assessment within site suitability studies and economic feasibility studies. Such analysis will go beyond theoretical potential, considering real-world economic viabilities and ROIs.

Different Hydrogen Solutions
Electrolysis, Thermochemical processes, Biohydrogen, with proper integrated supply chain with real off take potentials

Smart Grid Integration, Energy Storage Solutions, Decarbonisation Strategies will round up the picture providing a comprehensive view of diverse renewable energy solutions and expertise offered.

Example Reference:

  • Bega 150 MW Solar Farm, NSW,
  • AE Electrolyser, WA

LNG / CNG Plants

In new and existing LNG / CNG facilities it will be very important to look at energy efficieny , emission reduction initiatives and data security. This will become some major factors for the industry. DPGS & Alliance Partners can support with team members who have worked on Chevron, Inpex, Shell incl FSPO facilities.

Dry Ice Plants

Supply Chain Management of LCO2 as feedstock and dedicated dry ice insulated tranport crates with truck on and offloading is important to have effective production and produced dry ice turnaround. DPGS & Alliance partners can do a full system check up and supply management roadmap for you. We work with very reliable manufacturers and can therefore implement your dry ice manufacturing plans into  practical project execution.

Example Reference:

  • South Korea: Mipyeong-ri, largest Dry Ice production street in South Korea


Both technologies are state-of-the-art. It will depend on the clients circumstances what technology will be best suitable. DPGS & Alliance partners can guide you from design to execution. Here is a high level comparison:

Example Reference:

  • South Korea: SMR Yeosu Industrial Complex with CO2 capture, CO and blue hydrogen production

CO2 Recovery & Liquefaction Plants

CO2 recovery (upstream) and CO2 liquefction (downstream) are  key technologies for which DPGS & Alliance Partners provide technical consultation and solutions. Here some key elements:

CO2 Recovery:

CO2 content in Off-gases: 

The range of CO2 concentration in off gases varies, but for economical retrieval, concentrations typically above 5% are targeted.

Chemical Solutions:

Amine Solutions: Typically, alkanolamines like monoethanolamine (MEA), diethanolamine (DEA), or others are used to absorb CO2 from gas streams.

Potassium Carbonate: Applied in certain processes, it reacts with CO2 to form potassium bicarbonate.

Equipment for CO2 Recovery:

Scrubbers: Vessels or towers where the absorption of CO2 takes place. They contain the absorbent solution (such as amine solution) that captures CO2 from the off gases

Absorption Towers/Columns: Used for the contact between the gas and the solvent (amine solution).

Strippers: Separate the absorbed CO2 from the solvent.

Heat Exchangers: Used to regulate temperature in the absorption and desorption processes.

Compressors: Increase pressure for the transportation and storage of captured CO2.

CO2 Liquefaction:

We usually deal with cryogenic liquefaction, membrane separation & compression and supercritical fluid extraction. Key equipment iare liquefaction units, heat exchangers, expansion valves, storage tanks and others.

Our considerations for the technology selection are energy efficiency, scal and capacity plus required purity standards.

Some Example References:

  • South Australia: 150TPD flue gas extraction from boilers of a power station with sea water cooling
  • South Africa: CO2 Increase of capacity from Mossgas Refinery
  • South Korea: Solvent assessment for higher CO2 yield from power station off gases

Air Separation Plants

Our top-tier services for Air Separation Units (ASUs), a testament to our commitment to excellence when sometimes plant suppliers might have hesitated to lend a hand.

Feasibility Studies:
Delve into greenfield projects or brownfield modifications, defining new plant parameters and exploring diverse product mixes when support from plant suppliers was needed.

Air Purification Excellence:
Optimize the Air Purification Unit (APU by Air Liquide) and Pre-Purification Unit (By Linde and others). Our focus: reducing CO2  content and increasing treated air flow when the need for assistance arose.

Capacity Enhancement:
Elevate production capacity (up to 5–7%) at the plant without the need for additional CAPEX when external support might have been limited.

Energy Optimization:
Achieve lower specific energy consumption (up to 5–7%) without the burden of CAPEX when plant suppliers were less forthcoming.

Startup & Stabilization:
Seamless support from inception to stabilization, ensuring a robust start for your ASU, especially in situations where supplier support was limited.

Long-Term Service Agreements:
Ensure sustained excellence with our Long-Term Service Agreements.

Some Example References:

  • Monnet Ispat  APU revival, ASU restart up and stabilization
  • JSW Steel  Gas network optimization, feasibility study N2 capacity enhancement
  • APU stabilization, PP Bed Optimization
  • Brunox  ASU relocation, complete overhaul, restart and stabilization
  • Midrand  ASU capacity enhancement

Integrated DMS

Explore the power of our ‘Integrated DMS’ designed for seamless project documentation. Unlike typical systems, ours effortlessly integrates into project workflows. It’s not just about creating documents; it ensures you meet project requirements and offers clear traceability—knowing who did what, who authorized it, and when.

For added convenience, DPGS & Alliance Partners can handle many of your essential project documentation needs. Dive into the sub-menu for a deeper understanding

Completion Tools

Navigate project complexities with ease using our Web-Based Completion Tool, a game-changer for project management. Gain real-time insights into project progress and stay ahead of schedule challenges. 

DPGS & Alliance Partners not only provide this invaluable tool but also offer seamless implementation and training for your local site personnel. Explore the ‘Completion Tool’ sub-menu for a glimpse into how we can transform project tracking, ensuring clarity at every stage.

Onsite Field-Hub

Our ‘Onsite Field Hub,’ can be your gateway to unparalleled value in both project execution and day-to-day operations. With a resource pool of 45 experts covering all vital engineering and field disciplines, our DPGS & Alliance Partners bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to your doorstep; stand ready on-site, equipped to seamlessly address project challenges or provide continuous operational support. 

To delve deeper into this unparalleled resource, explore the ‘Onsite Field Hub’ sub-menu. We believe in delivering not just services but tailored solutions that elevate your facility’s performance.

Technology Consulting & Engineering

In Technology Consulting & Engineering, we specialize in assessing and optimizing performance, efficiency, and sustainability of various gas production facilities. Our focus extends to ASUs, SMRs & ATRs, LNG & CNG production plants, LNG regasification terminals, CO2 recovery and liquefaction plants, gas pipelines, Dry Ice plants, and more.  

Many aging or old ASUs for example fall short in delivering design capacity output due to various factors. Even new ASUs can face challenges that hinder their optimal functioning. In our Plant Improvement activities, we address these challenges head-on, proposing and implementing solutions tailored to each situation.

Our comprehensive services include feasibility studies, technical due diligence, process assessments, innovative technology integration, dynamic simulations, design reviews, and more. Please explore the dedicated submenu for more details.