Project Engineering and Management(PEM)



Project Engineering Management (PEM) Division is BHEL’s power plant System Integrator, a nodal agency providing total engineering solutions for conventional thermal and gas based power projects and conventional island of nuclear power plant, enabling BHEL to offer complete Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services for power projects.
PEM was born in 1974 as Consultancy Services Division (CSD) to address the market demand for turnkey services in power and related areas. Rechristened in 1976 as Projects Engineering Division (PED), the division has been known as Project Engineering Management (PEM) since 1984 onwards.PEM enjoys a unique position as complete power plant engineers due to a continuous relationship with customers, consultants, national bodies such as CEA, CBIP and BIS, BHEL manufacturing units, vendors and contract execution agencies such as Power Sector Regions of BHEL in all facets of project conceptualization, engineering, execution and commissioning.
 

PEM’s experience of over 340 coal based power units up to 800 MW rating and gas based power stations based on 9FA advance class gas turbine, installed and under execution in India and abroad totaling more than 138000 MW, makes it India’s largest power plant engineering and design organization. Presently PEM is also engaged in the engineering of supercritical sets based projects being executed by BHEL.The unit has seen a number of contracts on various different scales in India as well as abroad. Below lists the various contract profiles as seen by the company as on September'13.

The PEM has undertaken a large number of projects under various categories. It includes conventional power plants, gas based power plants, island of nuclear power plants as well as non conventional energy resources in various disciplines.
       1)Conventional Power Plants
      Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC)/Turnkey
      Extended Boiler, Turbine & Generator (EBTG) [with & without civil works]
      Boiler, Turbine & Generator (BTG) [with & without civil works]

      2)Gas Based Power Plants
      Open-Cycle
      Co-generation
      Combined Cycle

      3)Conventional Islands of Nuclear Power Plants with
      Pressurized Heavy Water Reactors
      Fast Breeder Reactors

      4)Non Conventional Enery Resources
      Solar
      Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle