Front End Engineering and Design (FEED)

Front End Engineering and Design (FEED)

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​Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) is early design work done after conceptual business planning and prior to detailed design. Honeywell can provide a turnkey solution that includes FEED, equipment selection, commissioning services, and implementation and operational capabilities.

Honeywell serves as an integrated main automation contractor (I-MAC) offering FEED deliverables for:

  • Process Control Systems such as automation system architecture and operator effectiveness design

  • Networks such as network architecture design

  • Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) such as HAZOP/ LOPA/ SIL classification and SIL validation

  • Fire and Gas Systems such as fire and gas detection and suppression philosophy

  • Instrumentation Design such as field instrument integration

  • Remote Instrument Enclosure such as sizing and location planning

  • Project Management Planning such as scope of work definition

  • Data Systems Integration such as project database management process

  • Facility Security Requirements such as perimeter monitoring system specification

  • Advanced Applications such as dynamic simulation and operator training requirements

  • Cost Estimate such as developing bill of materials and unit work rates.

Honeywell has developed standardized processes and methodologies to deliver FEED studies in a consistent manner for maximizing the benefit to the project. These methodologies have been honed over many decades of delivering automation value and align with recommended best practices from IEC, ISA, EEMUA, CII and the ASM® consortium.

Most often, FEED activities occur in a joint collaborative team environment where Honeywell serves as an integrated main automation contractor and is co-located with the users’ and/or engineering contractors’ offices.  This also includes supplying a small prototype development system and user and contractor product training.

Honeywell’s FEED studies offer several benefits, including:

  • Reduction in Project Risk through in-depth project planning

  • Design Consistency across large, multi-year phased projects at multiple facilities

  • Project Cost Savings through efficient and proven system designs and practices.

  • Operational Readiness by integrating operator effectiveness philosophies and operator training into the automation system design

  • Business Readiness by transforming the data available in the automation system into useful knowledge to support the business

  • Lifecycle Efficiency that addresses technology obsolescence, support requirements and management.

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