Design and develop new facilities and installations, conduct feasibility studies.
design new facilities
developing new installations
new installations development
new facilities designing
design of new facilities
development of new installations
new installation development
developing of new installations
designing new facilities
Skill reusability level
Relationships with occupations
Develop new installations is an essential skill of the following occupations:
Chemical metallurgist: Chemical metallurgists are involved in the extraction of useable metals from ores and recycleable material. They study the properties of metal, such as corrosion and fatigue.
Develop new installations is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.
Process metallurgist: Process metallurgists study the characteristics of ores including copper, nickel and iron ores and the performance of various metals and alloys.
Mineral processing engineer: Mineral processing engineers develop and manage equipment and techniques to successfully process and refine valuable minerals from ore or raw mineral.
Metallurgist: Metallurgists specialise in the extraction and processing of metals such as iron, steel, zinc, copper and aluminium. They work to mold or combine both pure and mixed metals (alloys) into new shapes and properties. Metallurgists handle the extraction of metal ores and develop their use in metal processing techniques. They may work in both manufacturing or do scientific research about the performance of metals.
- Develop new installations – ESCO