In addition to engineering and advisory services for power generation, Sigma has also been active in providing services for infrastructure projects globally, including Electric Power Transmission and Distribution, Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution, District Heating and Water and Wastewater Treatment. These projects include design and technical assessments.
Electric Power Transmission and Distribution
- Technical expertise in power transmission and distribution equipment, protective relaying and SCADA and communications systems. Voltage levels vary from 500 kV to local distribution voltages and from long high-capacity transmission lines to compact city-center networks.
- Numerous due diligence assessments for electrical power transmission and distribution systems in The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Australia, South America and the US.
Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution
- Experienced in assessments and evaluations of network piping, gas pressure reduction and distribution stations, control facilities, maintenance, operations and piping.
- Due diligence assessments for hundreds of gas transportation, underground storage and distribution networks in The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and the US.
- Experienced in assessments of district heating control facilities, maintenance and operations of extensive piping networks and heat exchange stations.
- Evaluated numerous district heating networks in Austria, The Netherlands and the US.
Water and Wastewater Treatment
- Numerous due diligence engineering assessments for water treatment and wastewater treatment facilities and piping networks throughout the world, including the United Kingdom, Belgium, Austria, The Netherlands, Germany, Mexico and the US for clients operating, acquiring or divesting such facilities.
- Evaluated over 300 water treatment facilities and wastewater facilities, hundreds of pump stations and rain retention basins, and tens of thousands of miles of pipelines for sewer collection and water transport and distribution networks.