Comprehensive EPC Solutions for the Energy and Chemicals Industry
Growing demands on energy and natural resources continue to shape the global landscape. The ebb and flow of cyclical energy prices, stringent regulations, and increasing environmental concerns requires architectural, engineering, and construction solution providers that are able to adapt to a market environment that continues to evolve in complexity and scale.
Parsons’ team of global specialists operates cross-functionally to deliver integrated, innovative solutions designed for sustainability and optimal performance. Our team works hand-in-hand with you to understand the unique nature of your project requirements before quantifying the program values, requirements, project scope, and scheduling to meet or exceed your expectations. This, combined with our world-class safety record, history of on-time and within budget project execution and delivery, provides a compelling value proposition to address ever-changing market demands.
What makes us special? We are leaders in water re-use plant design, heavy oil production systems, engineering, procurement, construction turn-key solutions, sustaining capital projects and the delivery of modular systems.
We are ready to work with our clients and strategic partners to successfully execute a broad-range of energy and chemicals projects worldwide. With over 65 years in the energy and chemicals field, Parsons has a broad resume which spans across multiple industries and project types. Our full range of capabilities includes consulting, EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction, O&M (operation and maintenance), T&M (time and materials), and D/B (design build), enabling us to deliver projects flexibly by using a variety of contracting methods. We have over 95 design build projects around the globe totaling $27 billion.
As well-versed and knowledgeable industry specialists, we have a history of successful projects in these areas:
- Oil and Gas - Upstream, Midstream and Downstream
- Pipelines, Terminals and Gas Processing
- Electric Utilities - Power Generation, and Transmission & Distribution
- Biomass Generation
- Alternative Energy Production