Element Houston signed a contract with the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) to provide a material and weld qualification program for AGDC's ASAP project, which also involves qualifying selected pipe mills and welding contractors specified by AGDC.
Element Bridgwater worked closely with Airbus in Filton, Gloucestershire, in order to gain group approval to perform Tg testing as part of aerospace production release checks on critical components.
Alstom Power Limited
Element developed a fire safety strategy and undertook a number of bespoke fire risk assessments and fire system installation audits on behalf of Alstom Power Limited for two new gas fired power stations.
Warringtonfire Frankfurt expanded its fuel tank testing capabilities in response to increasing demand in the marine sector through a project with Bavaria Yachtbau, one of Europe's largest yacht manufacturers.
Element delivered a comprehensive range of oil pipeline weld testing services utilizing the latest Ultrasonic Testing (IUT) procedures for Chevron, one of the world’s leading oil companies.
Element is delivering a range of infrastructure testing services to the new Doha Metro project, phase one of which is due to open in 2019. On completion in 2026, the new system will consist of four lines, covering 132 miles and serving 85 stations.
Element Dubai was approached to help test the infrastructure for the first ever metro system in Dubai. The project included 75 km of track, including 5 km of tunnels, and 47 stations both above and below ground.
Element was contracted to help develop an Advanced Development Validation (ADV) plan for the interior of the vehicle, and manage through two development cycles including Design Validation (DV) and Process Validation (PV).
Element has long supported GKN, a leading supplier in the global aerospace supply chain, by providing technically demanding solutions in support of the development and application of composite materials.
Hitachi Rail Europe
Element provided fire testing of structural materials including coated steel, coated glass reinforced plastic, and interior upholstery and flooring materials for Hitachi Rail Europe (HRE) Ltd.
Element worked with Rosetti Marino on its development of the Jasmine discovery, a high pressure, and high temperature gas-condensate reservoir destined to produce 88000 barrels of oil in the North Sea every year.
Element provided testing services for a number of protective coatings used in dedicated seawater ballast tanks and cargo oil tanks on behalf of paint and coatings giant Sherwin-Williams.
Element won a five-year outsourcing deal with TAPCO to assume responsibility for all water testing performed on- and off-site and also for the provision of support and advisory services to ensure the quality of the drinking water produced on the plant.