Princeton Junction, NJ – June, 2014 – MISTRAS Group, Inc. (NYSE:MG), has built its reputation as a leader by providing traditional and most importantly, advanced non-destructive testing techniques to a variety of process facilities worldwide. From that foundation, MISTRAS has successfully strengthened its services by providing customers the ability to maximize efficiency, production and safety while minimizing risk and enabling plant owners to maintain asset integrity in a fit for service condition for the desired life of an asset. This is the tangible value that our newly expanded Asset Integrity Management Services (AIMS) Engineering Center of Excellence (COE) delivers.

The business components that make up the AIMS Engineering COE are:

Fitness for Service Engineering: delivering high value engineering methodologies related to Fitness for Service (FFS), damage mechanism reviews, and materials and corrosion assessments.
Mechanical Integrity: delivering Mechanical Integrity program development, audits and OSHA compliance assessments.
Process & Professional Consulting Services: delivering process & equipment plant operations support; profit improvement expertise including turnaround planning; project planning & execution including process design, layout & QA/QC controls; and technical training.
To maximize the value of the newly expanded AIMS Engineering COE, all components of the group will work seamlessly to serve customers. With an internal matrix working environment, the group will provide both domestic and international support ensuring timely customer responses, together with value based proposals and the delivery of a professional engineering engagement.

These services are all complimented by our Plant Condition Management Software (PCMS), a comprehensive inspection data management software application used to assist plant facilities implementing effective mechanical integrity and process safety programs. PCMS has been in use for more than 20 years and is the most widely used system among North American Refinery operations.