PSA: Save Some Room for Venture

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Now that the holiday season is over, 2015 projects and finances are closed out and 2016 budgets are being finalized, save some room for Venture. It is a great time to examine and consider new supplier for support on upcoming projects. If your company is in need of engineering and design support, please consider Venture […]

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Why are chemicals manufactured in different ways?

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Chemical manufacturing can be broken down into two separate processing methods- continuous or batch chemical processing. Batch chemical processing introduces raw materials in an alternating or sequential step or discontinuous method. Batch processing also uses a variety of process conditions and a variety of removal methods inside of the production vessel where the product is […]

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Venture’s commitment to S.T.E.M. education

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S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) disciplines are critical to the future leadership in our country. The STEM Education Coalition has been raising awareness in the government, which inspired many other organizations and corporations to push for an increase in the number of students that choose to study S.T.E.M. subjects. At Venture Engineering & Construction, […]

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Spotlight on the Las Vegas Office

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Venture formed the Las Vegas office in April 2011, partly to provide better support for west-coast projects. A benefit Venture provides to many of its customers is “local impact.” Venture’s close location to customers and their facilities can mean significant cost savings. The office is managed by Vice President Dennis Poskon. The Las Vegas office has […]

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Haber-Bosch Process Study

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Client: Local Shale Gas Operator Date Completed: March 2015 Project Scope Venture Engineering & Construction was contracted by Wilmoth Interests, Inc. to investigate commercially available process options and the ecomonic feasibility to convert natural gas into liquid ammonia using the Haber-Bosch process. Nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas are reacted to produce ammonia. A small scale […]

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More than a few decisions are necessary to develop a successful power generating facility

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Venture Engineering & Construction, Inc. (Venture) has worked with clients all across the continental U.S. and Canada on power generation projects. There is a continued interest to deploy more renewable energy facilities to generate electrical power for internal parasitic needs as well as to transmit power to the electrical grid. Some renewable energy sources such […]

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Venture Engineering & Construction, Inc. continues to be a market leader in Siloxane removal systems and biogas engineering

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Venture currently has several large biogas projects that are in startup or early production phases. Additionally, Venture is presently commissioning their latest Siloxane Removal system in the field. Venture began supporting the biogas industry in late 2007 by supplying high-value consultancy for biogas projects. These projects consist of: General consulting to landfill owners/operators Landfill gas […]

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3D Process Design and Equipment Modeling Streamlined Through Smart Technology

As a full service consulting EPCM firm, that also provides custom-engineered specialty equipment; Innovation must be our priority. To accomplish this we need to focus on not only new ideas for processes and products, but also the speed at which they can be created and the simplicity of their creation. Process Design Venture’s design groups […]

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Recent Media Coverage!

Over the past 10 days, Venture’s name and some of its staff appeared in the news. Venture appeared in this article published August 25, 2015 via CTO Bill Slatosky Sr. The EPA announced two proposals for lowering the emissions threshold by nearly 30 percent for new and existing landfills collecting and controlling landfill gas. Mr. Slatosky provides […]

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What Exactly is Process Engineering?

Many folks that are new to the world of engineering, and even some whom have been around it for some time are confused by the term “Process Engineering.” Common sense will tell you that an Electrical Engineer would typically deal with electrical systems such as computers, building lighting systems, and wiring. A Structural Engineer would […]

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