Equipment & Tool Line Installation

Knepp Incorporated specializes in equipment installation, ranging from industrial and process equipment to sensitive laboratory apparatus. We can install a single piece of machinery or provide turnkey services for an entire facility.

We deliver exceptional value in large part due to our ability to complete work with our own team. Self-performing mechanical equipment installation on your project allows us to control every aspect – from preconstruction to punchlist. By owning our own equipment, we do not have to rely on the availability of other vendors to ensure that we have the proper tools for your project.

By utilizing our own skilled trades, we have the resources to meet the demands of our industrial clients, regardless of project size or market conditions. Our team’s depth of experience gives us the ability to customize your project schedule while maintaining the highest levels of quality and safety standards.

And through our constant value engineering process and dynamic staging protocol, we are able to meet your deadlines, and quality standards while finding numerous opportunities for cost savings.

Our Equipment & Tool Line Services Include:

Turn-Key Installation

One team, fewer hassles…for all aspects of tool-line installation…

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Gas Scrubbers

We provide system design and installation for a broad range of scrubbers

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Dynamic Staging

We change direction, reorder processes, and employ resources to ensure…

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Concrete Vaults and Trenches

Concrete utility and electrical vaults and piping trenches…

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Assembly & Conveying Systems

The complexities of modern assembly and conveying…

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Tanks & Vessels

Whether you are expanding a line or adding an entirely new process systems…

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Air Filtration & Balancing

Keeping production environments clean…

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Exterior Equipment Buildings

Our expertise covers a wide range of needs including…

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