EPC contract in the Voltalia Cacao Biomass power plant, French Guiana
The EPC contract includes the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the boiler island, the water/steam cycle including the turbine and its utilities, as well as the high and low voltage electrical equipment and control of the unit.
Extension and revamping of a fresh cheese factory
Expanding a factory is limited by the space available. Our teams designed this new production line by rethinking the layout of the plant.
Revamping of the SUEZ Rambervillers incineration unit (Vosges, France)
On this project, the Boccard teams were entrusted with the realization of the Turbine and Steam Cycle lot.
Boccard Process Vessels achieves the most comprehensive and stringent Welding Quality Assurance Certification
The Boccard Process Vessels teams are proud to announce the achievement of the ISO 3834-2 certification, the most complete and demanding standard in welding quality assurance. This internationally recognized certification certifies the quality of fusion welding of metallic materials both in the workshop and on the assembly sites.
Activity continuity at Total refinery in Donges
On the site of the Total refinery in Donges (North West of France), Boccard's teams guarantee the continuity of the client's activity.
FAT in remote locations thanks to augmented reality solutions
Our teams deployed augmented reality solutions to perform Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) in remote locations with our customers.
These tests could be performed thanks to the use of Hololens type glasses and a training of our teams to perform this important milestone in each project.
Manufacturing of skids for a uranium mining project in Nigeria
We carried out the design studies as well as the fabrication of four stainless steel skids for one of the largest open pit uranium mining complexes in the world.
Restart of the Arcelor Mittal Galati blast furnace in Romania
The Romanian sheet and plate producer ArcelorMittal Galati has called on Boccard's teams to restart its blast furnace number 5.
Studies of cooling circuits as part of the refurbishment of the B Arcelor Mittal blast furnace in Ghent, Belgium.
ArcelorMittal in Ghent has 2 blast furnaces which are the heart of their production. The blast furnaces operate for 20 to 25 years, after which the refractory lining must be renewed. Today it is the turn of blast furnace B to undergo such an operation.