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Front End Engineering Design (FEED) Front End Engineering Design (FEED)
Front end engineering design is an essential step when starting a project. It can be a struggle to prove a project’s return on investment without upfront design work to understand the costs associated with and the likely outcome of a project. By completing the FEED process customers are confident their project will be successful and have the knowledge to confidently move forward with it.
Lakeside’s multi-disciplinary team of engineers, designers, drafters, project managers, and services team provide a unique internal skillset when it comes to design. We leverage our extensive cross industry engineering and field services expertise into our designs guaranteeing a system that works for all stakeholders at a customers site.
Lakeside will work in partnership with you to develop the technical requirements and the main investment costs for your projects. During this stage of the design, we will develop the main engineering documents required to establish your project.

FEED Engineering Documents

  • Preliminary Mass and Energy Balance
  • Preliminary Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Preliminary Equipment List with Sizing and Specifications
  • Preliminary Instrument List with Sizing and Specifications
  • Detailed PFD
  • Preliminary P&ID, Layout, and Electrical Drawings

FEED Project Management Documents

  • High Level Project Schedule
  • Project Cost Estimate +/- 20%
  • Project Execution Strategy
  • Permitting and compliance planning
Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) Studies

Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) Studies

Lakeside can perform FEED studies to help you focus on the project with the biggest impact.

A Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) study from Lakeside will allow you to align your project with business objectives and to create a detailed and solid project foundation. We combine industry expertise, process engineering and project management, along with the proven PlantWeb® digital plant architecture to deliver the ROI you expect from your project. 

This service also establishes a preliminary plan including scope of work and functional specifications to provide a well-defined starting point for any automation project.
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