Slow but steady wins the race
Not all decisions are created equal. Some you can, and should, make fast. These are the ones you can easily undo. Where decisiveness trumps certainty.
But then there are those decisions that are either hard to reverse or have a lot riding on them. This type of decision you want to make carefully. Methodically. Meticulously. Taking your time so you make the best choice for your business, now and in the future.
That’s precisely the approach that our client, a global leader in fuel refining and the owner and operator of a large industrial facility on the Pacific Coast, took a few years ago when faced with a critical decision: how to replace end-of-life rotors for two GE Frame 6B gas turbines.
This decision-making process would see our client embark on a rigorous process of evaluation, putting our Phoenix Rotor™ solution squarely under the microscope. We were more than happy to oblige, knowing that our engineering processes, component analysis, and methodologies would withstand the test.