Chevron and BAW Architecture enjoy an exceptionally strong partnership—BAW has built no less than 30 control rooms and buildings for Chevron over the past 30 years.

Projects span the globe, from the U.S. to Thailand, Canada to Kazakhstan, Australia to Angola, and include control buildings and campuses for oil platforms, petrochemical plants and transportation centers.

In 1992, after BAW completed its first Chevron control room project in Salt Lake City, Utah USA, the contact at Chevron was so impressed that he urged the company principals to direct their energies toward being the industry leaders in control room architecture from that point on. The rest, as they say, is history, and BAW has been partnering with Chevron ever since.

In 1997 BAW was invited by Chevron, Exxon and Honeywell to become an Associate member of the Abnormal Situation Management (ASM®) Consortium. Many presentations and much sharing of knowledge followed—in what had been a rather secretive industry—and in the process control room best practices were redefined. The result has been a quantum leap forward in safety and efficiency for control rooms worldwide.

We have done work for the following Chevron Divisions:

Chevron Angola LNG

Chevron Australia Pty. Ltd

Chevron Chemical Company

Chevron Chemical Company & The Petroleum Authority of Thailand

Chevron USA Refining Company

ChevronPhillips Chemical Company


Chevron USA Products Company

Tengizchevroil (TCO)

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