RBI, Materials & Inspection Consulting

About Trinity Bridge

Trinity Bridge principals have more than 30 years of experience in the refining and petrochemical industry as consultants and owner-users who understand plant operating environments and the programs needed for continual improvements in safety, reliability and inspection planning. Our consultants provide practical, experience-based solutions through risk analysis methodologies that facilitate reliability and inspection programs.

Our capabilities include:

  • Damage Reviews/Assessments
  • Development of Material and Corrosion based fixed equipment programs
  • Development of Risk-Based Inspection programs, implementation and ongoing improvements
  • Reviews and development of corrosion monitoring and/or management programs for Integrity Operating Windows (IOW)
  • Development of proactive inspection programs affecting facility safety, environmental, reliability and availability performance in support of corporate inspection and reliability initiatives
  • Reviews of current inspection programs and management programs
  • Fixed equipment and mechanical integrity and reliability benchmark assessments
  • On-stream inspection improvements and optimization
  • Inspection-related activity maintenance management and efficiency optimization
  • Inspection program improvement plan development
  • Inspection procedure development and updating
  • Pressure Equipment Integrity Investigation Program
  • On-site training courses for engineering and inspection personnel
  • Trinity Bridge is active in NACE and participates in the API standards and recommended practice development. Our principals have held leadership positions as members of API RBI committees during the development of API RP 580 and API RP 581 recommended practices, and are current members of API Subcommittee on Inspection, API 510, 570, 580, 581, 583 584, 585 groups. We continue to invest significant effort into developing materials and inspection programs as well as work processes to improve the effectiveness of fixed equipment programs.