Plant Turnaround Services



JMJ’s approach to creating a collaborative team for our plant turnaround resulted in significant improvement in safety, site morale and cooperation in the field between all parties (Shell, Contractors and Building trades).


Frank R Engli

Turnaround Manager


Delivering High Integrity Plant Turnaround



As anyone who’s ever completed a plant turnaround will tell you, they’re filled with numerous risks. They’re time-consuming, costly, and, of course, they’re usually far more complicated than planned. The great majority of plant turnarounds experience failure on one or more levels. And, even though companies usually plan turnaround projects months or years in advance, some 68% of refineries and chemical plants still fail to deliver their planned shutdowns, turnarounds and outages on time.


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Challenges our Clients Bring Us





“Our performance on plant turnaround is unpredictable. Having to do re-work after the turnaround is impacting the reliability of our facility.”


“Our turnaround cost over-runs are hurting profitability; how do we avoid this in the future?”


“We face a challenging plant turnaround with a large number of additional people, materials and equipment coming on site. How do we facilitate this without causing a serious disruption to either ourselves or to the local community?”


“We have a large number of outside contractors coming onsite; they’re not familiar with either the facility or the safety culture here. How do we unify them with our processes, thinking and values?”

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The JMJ Approach



Three key factors can improve your odds of plant turnaround project success: leadership, culture and behavior. We can help you address all three. It’s a three-pronged strategy that includes a rethinking of leadership practices as well as the rigorous management of processes.



A Highly Adaptable Framework



Through decades of experience on turnaround projects around the globe, JMJ has developed a highly adaptable framework, tailored to meet your unique challenges. This framework is used to support your organization’s Turnaround safety (personal, process and environmental) and performance goals through:

  • An aligned vision of success that includes Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) and performance goals for all stakeholders
  • Clear expectations, commitments and leadership among key personnel
  • A strategic plan that generates both ownership and action across stakeholders
  • Enhanced, accelerated capabilities for efficient turnaround execution
  • An integrated set of actionable turnaround tools and clear steps for execution

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As the eighth Construction Safety Week has come to an end, it is always good to remind ourselves that every day is a safety day. It was a great week to raise awareness of the construction industry’s collective commitment to workplace safety and eliminating injuries. The week was also a fantastic opportunity to reflect on our own leadership journey, share and encourage others to raise critical conversations, and celebrate teams and individuals for their commitment and leading the way forward.

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May 6, 2021

Construction Safety Week: Moving Beyond Traditional Safety to Holistic Safety Including Physical and Psychological Wellbeing

Putting physical and psychological wellbeing at the forefront to keep construction workers safe. Greg Savage, JMJ Managing Consultant, and Rebecca Severson, Corporate Director of Safety at Gilbane Building Company, talk about the evolution of Construction Safety Week. They discuss the importance of this year’s theme, ‘holistic safety’, and explain why placing physical and mental health at the forefront is critical to keeping construction workers safe.

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