Proconics was born from operations designers and engineers who initially started their careers at petrochemical plants. The experience that they obtained while working at Sasol, as well as the strong knowledge sharing culture of Proconics, ensured a deep sense of understanding and purpose regarding the workings of Petrochemical plants.
The Proconics Johannesburg team started in 2017 with the Renewables division. To date they have executed more than 450MW of EBOP scope on solar (PV and CSP), wind, and hydro projects, executing EPC projects and professional services scopes in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi.
After executing complex projects in the petrochemical field, Proconics identified the similarities and applications in other industries.
This included the power generation industry, where the numerous lessons learnt from onerous design requirements could be practically applied to the power generation industry.
Executing projects in hazardous areas can be daunting at times. Especially if you have to perform physical As-building on the current state of the factory or plant. Proconics realised that drone technology can serve as an excellent tool to ease project execution, be it inspections for auditing purposes or building 3D models for HAZOP's or final design integration purposes.