Diamond Refractory Services specializes in the installation and repair of refractory materials for extreme environments – such as fluid catalytic cracking units (FCCUs), sulfur units, acid plants, furnaces, and heaters – to protect critical industrial facilities and process equipment from destructive corrosion, erosion, and temperature.
Serving clients throughout the United States and at select international locations, we have experience working in a variety of industrial markets, including:
Our skilled, experienced craftspeople – including alloy welders, nozzleman, and safety professionals – have the highly specialized expertise necessary to complete projects according to the most stringent standards of safety and quality.
At the same time, our crews are trained to collaborate with other operating companies and industrial owner participants to achieve aggressive work schedules. This communicative approach helps integrate all project participants in order to alleviate bottlenecks due to restricted access and limited geographic work areas.
Additionally, by performing all of our own welding, we are able to save costs and maximize control over each project’s outcome and quality.
From scheduled turnarounds to unexpected emergencies, we are ready to leverage innovative techniques and materials to meet a vast array of refinery and refractory services.
Our primary services include:
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Tenant Build-Out Project Highlight
When a large law firm needed to expand and modernize its offices, they called on Gibson Electric for a complete package of electrical contracting services.
During the project, we installed a complete structured-cable system, the highlight of which was a data center build-out and riser providing high-speed interconnectivity to the rest of the office suites.
The facility’s two floors worth of data center space features:
Throughout the entirety of the project, Gibson Electric maintained our client’s strict move-in schedule. The remaining 25-floor build-out included: