Wink Engineering (aka Wink, Inc.)
 
WINK, INCORPORATED is a multi-discipline professional design firm established in 1970. Our corporate offices are located in New Orleans, Louisiana; with full-service branch offices in Baton Rouge and Lafayette, Louisiana; and Biloxi, Mississippi. A closely-held family corporation, Wink has a full-time work force of approximately 335 personnel and annual sales of approximately $28 Million. Wink has provided engineering services to the terminal industry since the 1970s. Our firm was a charter member of the Independent Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA) Supplier Organization.

We are Dock Design Experts, with extensive experience in the design of marine facilities. The bulk of this experience is along the Mississippi River, which involves significant challenges such as multi-agency permit requirements and construction scheduling to accommodate variations in the River stage. Structural designs must accommodate river bottom scouring, high and low river barges, and current direction and velocity. Our experience includes the design of storage tanks, product loading and unloading facilities, and Marine Vapor Control Systems.


Typical Terminal Engineering Projects

Design of 40,000DWT barge and ship dock at Mississippi River bulk storage terminal.
Permitting, hydro survey, design & construction documents for 2 docks lower Mississippi River - 40,000 t tanker, 20,000 ton tanker dock.
Environmental permitting services for dock construction and dredging projects. Value appraisals of terminal facilities.
Design of 500,000BBL crude oil storage tank (process, mechanical, civil and structural design, equipment specification, procurement).
Aboveground oil, LPG, and chemical storage tanks with emission controls, distribution piping and pumps, electrical and controls engineering, foundation design, monitoring of stage loading.
Jet fuel storage and loading facilities.
Analysis of dock loading operations, with comparison to industry standards and recommendations for improvement.
Marine Vapor Control Systems for the collection and destruction or recovery of vapors from gasoline, benzene, crude oil, and VOCs.
USCG Certifying Entity for marine vapor control systems
Regulatory Services
Environmental permitting services for dock construction and dredging
Spill Prevention and Control Plans (SPCC)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permitting
Pipeline Safety: Pipeline Integrity (49 CFR Part 195)
Design and Certification of Marine Vapor Control Systems (33 CFR Part 154, Subpart E)

Selected Terminal Clients

Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group (Stolthaven New Orleans)
International Matex Tank Terminals (IMTT)
Intercontinental Terminals Company
GATX Terminals Corporation
Pacific Molasses Company (PMag Products Company)
StanTrans Incorporated (ST Services)
Ergon, Incorporated
Paktank Corporation

 
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