In the last ten years, the owners of Veritas Gas Processing, Inc. have been involved in the Engineering & Design, Fabrication, Assembly, and Installation of over 30 Projects, with cryogenic plants being the primary focus. Veritas frames their business around the following Core Values:


  • Veritas is sincerely interested in the safety and welfare of each and every one of our employees. Safety begins with a commitment from each employee to work safely and is reinforced through formal safety organizations, written policies and procedures, pre-employment screenings, training programs, anti-drug and alcohol programs, and hazardous communication programs.


  • Quality is important to our business because we value our clients. We strive to provide our clients with products and services which meet and even exceed their expectations.


  • At Veritas, integrity is indispensable to our mission. We act with honesty and adhere to the highest standards of moral and ethical values. These principles show through our personal and professional behavior. We demonstrate our understanding of these values and principles and uphold them in every action and decision. Trust and trustworthiness go hand in hand with how we conduct ourselves, as we sustain a culture that is based upon ethical conduct. We expect our actions to be consistent with our words, and our words to be consistent with our intentions.

Engineering & Design

Our engineering, instrumentation, and piping design professionals utilize some of the industry’s most advanced design tools and software to provide superior engineered products.

Process Design

  • Process design using Hysim and WinSim
  • 70+ years combined experience

Mechanical design of all components

  • Pressure vessels using PV Elite
  • Pipe stress analysis using Intergraph CAESAR II software
  • ASME Pressure vessel codes
  • ASME B31.3, B31.5, and B31.8 Piping Codes

Civil and structural engineering design

  • Structural steel and foundation design using RISA 3D and Foundation 3D
  • All design in accordance with ACI, AISC, IBC, and ASCE-07 codes

Instrumentation & electrical design

  • Control valve sizing using FIRSTVUE by Fisher
  • Relief valve sizing using SizeMaster by Farris
  • API RP 520, 521, NFPA, and NEC
  • ISA Instrument Specifications

Piping design

  • AutoCAD by Autodesk
  • CADWorx by COADE

Fabrication and Assembly Facilities

Fabrication Facilities – Troup

Veritas’ primary Fabrication and Assembly Facility is located in Troup, TX. This 17-acre complex consists of 64,000 square feet of warehouse and covered storage space as well as a 6,000 square foot office building. The complex is fully equipped to fabricate, coat and assemble structural steel, process piping and modules.

  • AWS D1.1 structural fabrication – two shops totaling 30,600 square feet allowing us to efficiently fabricate modules and stick built steel.
  • ASME B31.3 piping fabrication – two shops totaling 21,600 square feet with additional space for parts cutting and inspection.
  • Fully enclosed coatings facility allowing us to easily be good stewards of the environment. The coatings facility consists of a 3,906-square foot abrasive blast building and a 1,281-square foot paint booth equipped with an air makeup unit designed to optimize booth efficiency, safety and operator comfort through precision-controlled heat circulation.
  • Materials are securely stored in a 3,600-square foot warehouse. There is also an additional warehouse for more storage . During storage, equipment and materials are maintained using preservation and long-term storage procedures that meet or exceed the OEM recommendations.
  • The remaining acreage allows us abundant space for turnkey module assembly. Module assembly includes all mechanical and including instrumentation and electrical installations. Our modules are fully assembled to allow for complete alignment verification, function testing and loop checks.

Fabrication Facilities – White Oak

  • Veritas utilizes a 21,600 square foot fabrication facility with 15 tons of overhead crane capacity and six acres of lay down and module assembly space, allowing us to execute multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Materials are secured in our 7,500 square foot warehouse.  During storage, equipment and materials are maintained using preservation and long-term storage procedures that meet or exceed the OEM recommendations.

Comprehensive Project Management


From simple jobs to full turnkey projects, an experienced project manager is assigned to oversee each one and is responsible for all phases of the project, acting as the client’s primary point of contact throughout the job.

The Project Manager coordinates:

  • Completion of the P&IDs
  • Material and equipment specifications
  • Bidding and vendor selection of major equipment
  • Project scheduling using Microsoft Project and Excel software
  • Transportation and logistics management
  • Preparation of field construction bids and drawings
  • Quality assurance of all fabrication and construction
  • Plant commissioning and start-up