Maintaining the Highest Quality Standards
High-quality programs and execution are vital to HPI. We commit to quality every day to ensure that we deliver superior services to our customers while protecting the interests of our employees and preserving the world’s natural resources.
Our Quality Standards
HPI relies on the strength of our Quality Management System to ensure the highest standards when delivering turbomachinery solutions and services to our customers. As a privately held company that performs project work worldwide, our long-standing commitment to quality has been critical to our success.
We depend on our customers, which is why we are committed to providing them with efficient service and high-quality products that consistently meet or exceed their expectations.
HPI’s management team is dedicated to showing leadership and assuming responsibility for creating, implementing, and maintaining a Quality Management System. Through communication, engagement, and training, we work to ensure that quality is the aim of all members of everyone in our organization. By providing effective leadership and support, we can be certain that each employee has a proper understanding of the importance of quality, their responsibility to contribute to its achievement, and its direct relevance to the success of the company. Every employee is responsible for, and will be fully trained to perform, the duties required by their specific role.
HPI has a singular focus on continuous improvement through the rigorous application of our principles and practices. Clear quality objectives, in accordance with manufacturer guidelines and customer expectations, provide a fundamental basis for all of our processes and activities.
We work to prevent pollution and conserve natural resources, adopting three essential principles: REDUCE, RE-USE, and RECYCLE.
Combined with our commitment to health, safety, and the environment, we assess all HSEQ hazards and risks. Mitigation efforts are always at the forefront, assuring that these activities are given equal priority to other business-critical activities.