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Butachimie, the joint venture between Solvay and Invista invested €250 million for a new adiponitrile (ADN) production process at its Chalampé site in Alsace. This component is used in the manufacture of nylon, which is subject to strong worldwide demand.


Multidisciplinary engineering studies :
  • Calculations and design of metal structures: racks, equipment support, piping, etc.
  • Drawing of 3D plans, setting up of equipment
  • Drawing up of the regulatory file (PAC) on industrial risks and definition of ATEX risk zones
Monitoring and supervision :
  • Management of planning and scheduling on site
  • Works Contract Administration GC, Piping, EIA
  • Realization of the quality controls and the non confirmations
  • Coordination and supervision of scaffolding erection work on site
  • Drawing up of technical files for the installation/removal of
  • Follow-up of the building site up to the preparation of the start-up phases
Chalampé, France
Completion date
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