Monday, February 11, 2013
Our Expert and Efficient Staff Gets The Job Done
Frontline Environmental Technologies Group Inc., is comprised of seasoned engineers provide services ranging from phase one feasibility studies and conceptual design, to complete "State of the Art" complex systems using "Fail-Safe" control schemes and techniques. Our company's design philosophy is based on a simple principle: "Begin with the end in mind". The result is designs with an open architecture for both hardware and software.
Our designers create drawings in AutoCAD Release 13 software, produced in layers in both color and the standard black and white. This approach provides an extremely reliable system, with detailed documents and drawings that make it easy for the technician to read, resulting in less down time and greater profitability. Our designs furnish the customer's engineer with a platform for expansion and migration, and the ability to reduce future costs for engineering and system modifications.
Frontline's project managers provide the control and coordination over project schedules, budgets and safety with the ability to head off potential problems before they occur. We are a licensed C10 - Electrical Contractor providing complete "Turn Key" design build installation services for both electrical power and automation control systems. We provide third party inspections using NEC, ISA, ANSI, API and IEEE standards as well as those of our customers.
As system integrators, we use Wonderware, Intellution, Visual Basic and other prominent makers of development software for SCADA or MMI packages. We incorporate a trueInformation Systems approach with open architecture for growth, tight control of site and system-wide management, alarming, trending, energy management, and data manipulation through MS ACCESS.
Combining software and cutting edge, off the shelf hardware packages, i.e. Allen Bradley, Siemens, Square D, GE Fanuc Program Logic Controllers and Distributive Control Systems is our standard for maximizing value for the customer.