Engineering for Success
GP Strategies’ multidisciplinary experts have significant experience in the areas of performance engineering, process improvement, professional training, systems integration, maintenance planning training & reliability, and software engineering. From the condition and performance monitoring of equipment, to the development of reliable asset management programs and the design of your facility, GP Strategies has the expertise to deliver engineering, project management, and company training strategies tailored for success.
- Operational Excellence
- Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Management (EPCM)
- Maintenance & Reliability
- Operational Readiness & Plant Launch
- Performance & Condition Monitoring
- Technical Training & Documentation
GP Strategies engineers success at organizations by helping our partners adopt innovations to deliver real-world performance improvement. By integrating people, process, and technology effectively, organizations can maximize return on investment (ROI), achieve on-time and on-budget startups for new and upgraded facilities, ensure regulatory compliance, improve training at a reduced cost of ownership, anticipate equipment complications in advance, improve overall equipment effectiveness, and much more.
We provide end-to-end services and products to solve performance problems for a workforce responsible for safe, reliable, efficient, and compliant operations in technical industries.
In capital-intensive, technically complex, and inherently hazardous facilities that make up the technical world, you are constantly balancing risk and cost along with efficiency and safety.
And with over 50 years of multi-industry experience; over 14 accreditations including ISOs and OSHA, and an ever-increasing number of award winning training and engineering design, you can trust a profitable partnership with GP Strategies.
At GP Strategies, we’re engineering the success of our partners.
Read a case study about how improving operator and maintenance training resulted in increased overall equipment effectiveness from 86.2% to 98.8% in a six month time span.