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ASME steps forward with new partnership

ASME Projects has entered a Channel Partnership with TD Williamson to perform contracted works throughout Australasia.

ASME Projects specialises in the management and delivery of asset construction and maintenance, providing fully integrated end-to-end engineering services to clients around Australasia. Its skilled and experienced team has the capability to deliver projects 

in remote locations and has a sizeable network of top-quality subcontractors who provide additional technical resources.

ASME’s principle activities include engineering services covering new facilities, refurbishments and extensions in the oil and gas, water, power and mining sectors, having undertaken projects such as production facilities, new infrastructure and equipment installations. Maintenance, repairs, overhauls, fabrication and shutdowns are all also well within the company’s skillset owed to its large number of skilled personnel on hand. 

ASME’s work in the field is supported by its two 1,000 m2 workshops in Brisbane and Melbourne, where it provides its own fabrication and machining works including the inhouse completion of all manufacturing stages. 

These workshops ensure high-quality results for clients and allows for direct tracking of critical path items for each project. 

ASME provides a complete project service, from conception through to completion, with the expertise across both small and large scale projects ensuring the project scope and deliverables are understood and implemented to suit each client’s requirements. 

The company’s highly skilled resources, coupled with its industry experience, means it can dovetail seamlessly into a client’s projects, allowing project managers to keep the works running continuously and without any major impacts on timelines.

Channel Partnership

ASME and TD Williamson (TDW) officially entered its Channel Partnership in March 2020. Headquartered in the US, TDW has been delivering innovative solutions to the oil and gas industry for more than 100 years, with a global portfolio of products and services. 

The partnership will allow both companies to develop the best solutions for clients in the most optimal way, combining multi-brand solutions with local equipment and resources. Already taking advantage of this new agreement, Downer has contracted the partnership to carry out a series of works on AusNet Services’ gas network in metropolitan Melbourne.

ASME will perform all aspects of the work over the initial three year contract term, which will consist mainly of hot-tapping and plugging services. The company will also undertake other projects under the agreement with TDW, both domestically and further out in the Australasian region.

ASME has experienced and dedicated engineers, project managers, technicians at its disposal on all projects to ensure ultimate client satisfaction at the conclusion of all works. 

This article was featured in the October 2020 edition of The Australian Pipeliner. To view the magazine on your PC, Mac, tablet or mobile device, click here.

 For more information visit the ASME website.

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