PACT® Construction Division is an expert in mobilizing skilled construction resources along with world’s best methodologies and practices. A proven track record of keeping the standards consistently. The construction team of PACT® follows strict Health, Safety and Environmental Standards with a deep commitment to each. PACT QA/QC practices are the best in the industry assuring consistent quality of all its works throughout all stages of a project:

Pre-Fabricated plants

PACT® fabrication department is known for construction of pre-fabricated and modular plants, to reduce site work, installation mishaps, and overall cost of installation. This also avoids delays in installation due to lack of a specific component in the country or area of installation.

Installation, Pre-commissioning

PACT® O & M team are selection of experts and experienced field engineers and technicians that accompany the supplied system to installation sites worldwide. Said technicians orient themselves beforehand with engineering and environmental standards and practices at the country and site of destination.

Pre-commissioning: Setting to Work

PACT carries out a sequence of checks to ensure the system is complete, correctly installed and in accordance with the design requirements. The system will thus be ready for commissioning and inspection


At this stage a senior PACT engineer or technician supervises the start-up of a plant, making sure that the system is producing the result it was intended for in terms of quality and running costs.


Evaluating the performance of a commissioned installation, can be defined under one or several of the following categories

  • Acoustic Tests (Sound Levels)
  • Heat Load Tests
  • Leakage Tests
  • Plant Performance Tests

If the commissioning has been correctly carried out, the client receives a system/plant with all the services fully operational from day one. The test results will be documented, witnessed and issued complete with a full schedule of O & M manuals for the plants maintenance staff. This allows for any subsequent defects or modifications to be identified and appropriate remedial action carried out.