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Front End Engineering Design (FEED) means basic engineering which is conducted after completion of conceptual Design or Feasibility Study to produce engineering document & engineering estimate +/- 80% accuracy. It is often being used as ITB (Instruction To Bid) documents or part of ITB.
FEED (Front End Engineering Design) means basic engineering which is conducted after completion of conceptual design or feasibility study.
At this stage, before start of EPC (Engineering, Procurement & Construction), various studies take place to figure out technical issues and estimate rough investment cost +/- 80% accuracy.
The product of the activity is called “FEED package” which amounts up to dozens of files and will be the basis of bidding for EPC contract (include instruction to bidder document).
The FEED work takes from about 4 months up to 1 year (e.g. in case of large sized project such as LNG Plant).
This work would typically begin after the design basis has been agreed and accepted and would include the following:
Finalizing the basic design.
Preparation of technical analysis and calculations.
Equipment sizing and specifications.
Preparation of the P&IDs including line sizing, instrumentation, etc.
Preparation of material take-off for each of the disciplines.
Preparation of HAZOP and HAZID procedures.
Preparation of engineers’ cost estimates (+/-20 percent) for the EPC project.