Engineering Services

Feasibility Studies

A feasibility study is an engineering study based on test work and engineering analysis, which presents enough information to determine whether or not the project should be advanced to the final engineering and production fabrication stage. Key components in the feasibility study are the design, production schedule, a detailed process flow sheet, consideration of environmental issues, detailed capital and operating costs estimates, and an economic model of the project.


The consequences of not following these steps are project delays and costs, including lost opportunity costs. Experience has shown that skipping the pre-feasibility study does not save time and money because issues that should have been identified early in the process are not found, creating delays while these issues are analyzed and addressed, which results in increased costs.

WESTEST has broad and deep experience in conducting feasibility studies that will optimize the path from concept to production.

 

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Manitoba Operations

Toll Free: 1.800.561.8378 (Ext. 224)
Phone: 204.857.4811 (Ext. 224)
Fax: 204.239.7124

P.O. Box 1060, 390 River Road
Portage la Prairie, MB Canada
R1N 3C5

Email: portage@westest.ca

Saskatchewan Operations

Phone: 306-682-2442 (Ext. 225)
Fax: 306-682-5080

Box 1150, 2215 8th Ave.

(Highway 5 West)
Humboldt, SK Canada
S0A 2A0

Email: humboldt@westest.ca

Toll Free: 1.800.561.8378 Phone: 204.857.4811 Fax: 204.239.7124 P.O. Box 1060, 390 River Road Portage la Prairie, MB Canada R1N 3C5