Making Industrial Infrastructure Stronger & Last Longer
Solutions for Industrial Infrastructure
How We Help Our Industrial Clients
The skills and experience required to repair civil and structural infrastructure are decidedly different from those required to maintain mechanical and process equipment. PULLMAN is widely recognized as the industry leader in concrete and structural repair. Our maintenance programs are facilitated with local solution builders who are ready to help with known problems or emergencies.
For turnarounds and shutdowns, PULLMAN offers award-winning, single-source solutions for the assessment, design, planning and implementation of structural repairs. Our range of services, combined with our innovative design–build approach, makes PULLMAN the ideal partner for your facility’s next planned turnaround.
When an unplanned event such as a fire, structural failure or natural disaster causes damage to your plant, PULLMAN has rapid response teams to assist industrial clients get their facilities up and running again. Work crews trained in the safety requirements and repair techniques for our services, dispatched from locations nationwide, are available to work around the clock, 365 days a year, to safely complete projects under the tightest schedules and in the toughest working conditions.
Repair & Maintenance Services for Industrial
Our Commitment to Safety 24/7
Safety 24/7 is an integral part of a PULLMAN employee’s personal commitment to his or her own safety, as well as to the safety of friends, family, and co-workers. This commitment creates a culture of safety on our jobsites, in our manufacturing facilities, offices, and in our private lives.
Frontline Safety puts into action the principles of Safety 24/7. It provides strategic initiatives to empower technicians, craftsmen, and mechanics to create and maintain a safe working environment. It also holds all levels of personnel accountable for their safety and the safety of others.
Every project employs the same Frontline Safety strategies:
- High level management and technician/craft involvement
- A project specific safety committee
- Continuous task hazard analysis
- Safety observation processes
- Regularly scheduled jobsite safety audits
- Continuous improvement planning and execution