Conbit offers engineering, procurement, construction, installation, and maintenance services, especially when special lifting is the main challenge. We work in a broad range of industries, with projects worldwide.
Clients request Conbit’s support for executing their most challenging lifting projects. Whenever the object needs lifting outside the reach of regular cranes, in a confined space, or in a cleanroom, Conbit completes the project within time and budget.
Our clients praise Conbit for its “power of preparation,” which results in safe and smooth operations.
In pictures, the lifting and handling solutions do not seem difficult. However, when looking closer, you will soon find that there is no room for error. Therefore, clients in the energy and high-tech industries value Conbit’s meticulous preparations.
No lifting or handling challenge is too big for Conbit’s engineers to solve, as our eye complements our unique competencies for detail. Conbit’s integrated approach to lifting challenges makes us feel ownership of the complete process: from engineering to the execution of the lift and everything in between.
Conbit’s turnkey solutions to material handling and installation at heights with no crane access is seen to be a game changer for the Shell Deepwater GOM business. In the past we would have had to design and plan a one off solution inhouse. By using Conbit they did all the heavy lifting from concept to implementation which resulted in lower cost with no compromise in Safety or Quality for Shell.
An excellent job, guys. Really a demonstration of professional approach, planning and execution of a very demanding challenge. I am fully satisfied with the job done, also with the personal approach of each individual throughout. - Thank you!
Management was very happy with the performance of the execution because it was critical activity that was completed on time, on budget and safely
Conbit Team managed to execute the work successfully, safely and ahead of schedule. Consequently, the shutdown period was shortened and the production was resumed 1 full day earlier.