Flawless project

Plant equipment in the chemical and petrochemical industry is subject to regular technical inspections. The Ebert HERA Esser Group carries out these inspections competently and reliably. Our claim: maximum quality with the highest level of occupational safety. Our objective: dealing with plant inspections in time, on budget and without accidents.


Our competence in carrying out inspections becomes clear even during the planning phase. You can rely on the knowledge of the Ebert HERA Esser Group for inspection management and equipment. The planning is carried out using Primavera and our own in-house developed programmes for plant documentation. 25 highly-qualified planning engineers of the Ebert HERA Esser Group are used here. We provide outstandingly equipped and qualified personnel to manage your inspections. The equipment includes consolidated towing equipment, tool containers and much more.


During the inspection period, the Ebert HERA Esser Group carries out the building, renovation and modification of plant equipment. We carry out this work as quickly as possible, efficiently, cost-consciously and taking into account all safety and environmental requirements. We attach great significance to the quality of the work we carry out here.


Lead contractor, full-service contractor, alliance partner, consolidated contractor or global contractor – we can carry out all these roles directly with the customer – anywhere in the world. In the lead contract, we also coordinate scaffolding, insulation, cleaning, crane provision and non-destructive testing.


Plant inspections are carried out by the Ebert HERA Esser Group in the following countries:

  • Germany
  • Belgium
  • Netherlands
  • Switzerland
  • Austria
  • France
  • England


  • Rhine-Hub contract for BP
  • Global Europe contract for ExxonMobil
  • Consolidation contract for SABIC
  • Full service contract for Evonik


  • BP Rotterdam, with 70,000 man hours
  • ExxonMobil Rotterdam, with 20,000 man hours
  • Ruhr Oel Gelsenkirchen, with 50,000 man hours
  • SABIC, with 30,000 man hours
  • Oxea (formerly Hoechst), with 40,000 man hours