We are currenly working on the Motor Oil (Hellas) Corinth Refineries SA (MOH) new Naphtha complex as a subcontractor of a major Oil&Gas EPC company. Our services related to the architectural design and BIM coordination of the construction of a new naphtha treatment complex at MOH’s 185,000-b/d refinery in Agii Theodori, at Corinth, Greece, about 70 km outside Athens.

Corinth Refinery is an oil refining complex in Greece, the largest industrial complex in the country with an annual capacity of 380,000 barrels per day (60,000 m3/d), operated by Motor Oil Hellas.

Once completed, the complex will enable MOH to increase its production of Euro 5-quality gasoline as part of the operator’s strategy to expand production of clean fuels.

Location:Greece
Year:2020
Services:BIM LOD 400
Scope:Detail Design
STR ARC BIM Model LOD 400
2D Deliverables
VR Model Review
QTO & MTO
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Image via www.moh.gr

On May 29, privately held MOH’s board of directors approved construction of the naphtha treatment complex at total budgeted expenditure of €310 million.

The new complex, which will contribute to the refinery’s increased production of cleaner fuels as well as kerosine and hydrogen, is scheduled to be completed by yearend 2021, MOH said.

Our activity in Motor Oil (Hellas) Corinth Refineries SA (MOH) new Naphtha complex has concerned the architectural design and multidisciplinary coordination of refinery buildings. Like substations and maintenance buildings entirely designed in BIM .

The Clash Detection activities, as well as that of exporting QtOs and MtOs, have been performed not only at each deliverable, but during the whole design process, in order to keep the planning of all the disciplines and costs for each individual design variation under control.