Exova was approached to help test the infrastructure for the first ever metro system in Dubai. The project included 75km of track, including 5km of tunnels, and 47 stations both above and below ground.
Exova 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).
Exova 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.
Large-scale testing of materials used in infrastructure projects relating to the construction of the flood protection systems in Venice, vital in protecting the city from continually rising water levels and soil erosion.
Sherwin-Williams, a paint company with a 145-year heritage, aims to push the boundaries of marine coating technology, by developing state of the art seawater ballast tank coatings to help combat corrosion in all types of ships.
EWF and London Underground Limited (LUL) had worked together on fire testing for a number of years, so when the time came for LUL to further develop fire safety standards across its network, it selected its trusted partner EWF.
Located in Kapfenberg, Austria, Böhler is one of the leading manufacturers of high quality parts for aerospace applications, power generation and other high tech industries and supplies more than 200 technologically advanced customers worldwide.
The new Doha Metro is currently under construction with phase one on course to open in 2019. On completion in 2026, the new system will consist of four lines, covering 132 miles and serving 85 stations.
Sartorius-Werkzeuge, part of the global Würth Group, was formed in 1879 and employs over 180 personnel. It is headquartered in Ratingen, Germany and supports customers in the machining tool and machining industries.
To help Champion maintain the highest possible standards, it engaged Exova to provide specialist microbiological testing on Champion’s Biologically Appropriate Fresh Regional Ingredient Never Outsourced foods.
Exova signed a contract with the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) to provide a material and weld qualification programme for AGDC's ASAP project, which also involves qualifying selected pipe mills and welding contractors specified by AGDC.
Exova 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.