Offshore construction encompasses a broad spectrum of facilities. This type of construction offers a variety of benefits such as improved efficiency, both in the construction process and transportation; location, by installing the platform closer to the client's area of interest; cooling equipment, quick and easy access to seawater facilitates this process and optimizes the platform’s functionality; job offers and minor environmental impact.
World leaders met at the headquarters of the United Nations, in New York, to celebrate the 2015 Summit for Sustainable Development, in which the 2030 Agenda was approved. It is composed of a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (ODS), covering economic, social and environmental issues intended to improve the quality of people´s lives and, consequently, benefit society and the planet.
Engineering News-Record (ENR), with more than 100 years of experience, offers engineering and construction information and data, as well as analysis, comments and news. Additionally, it reports on the most outstanding design companies, and the main construction companies, as well as projects in the United States and around the world.
With more than 28 years of experience in Environmental Engineering, Inspection and Consulting services, Vepica guarantees the conferment of environmental authorizations and legal compliance for EPC projects in the Oil and Gas (inland and off shore), Chemical and Petrochemical, Energy Generation and Transmission, Mining and Metallurgy, Renewable Energy and Buildings and Infrastructure markets.
Since 1982, Vepica possesses an Inspection Unit that develops non-destructive testing, assurance and quality control of projects. It has a workload capacity of 430,000 MH and over 2,000,000 MH of experience.