Do paper-laden processes delay your organisation’s construction projects? 

Have manual work methods caused safety or revenue challenges?

Energy companies are beginning to realise the benefits of Digital Construction Management (DCM) solutions that can help them better manage infrastructure capital projects from planning to revenue to ultimately improve safety, enhance operational awareness, and reduce cycle time. 

Learn how you can use DCM technology to go paperless; improve data integrity by creating digital as-builts with high accuracy GPS locations; gain real-time visibility and control over field work to enable on the fly corrections; save labour, time and costs; and expedite close-out.

On Wednesday, May 19th, Utility Magazine's Managing Editor, Laura Harvey, hosted a webinar on "How to Transform Digital As-Builting in Construction'', with the panel comprising of Andrew Foley, Locusview Australia - General Manager, and Andy Treadway, Atmos Energy - Director of Asset Integrity and Reporting.

Meet the Panel

Andrew Foley

General Manager, Locusview Australia

Andrew has over 20 years experience in utilities across a range of disciplines at senior executive level and is currently leading Locusview's team for the Asia-Pacific region. He has a strong history of delivering improved performance in customer service, growth, operational efficiency, capital construction, and asset management. Andrew has a master’s degree in Applied Finance and undergraduate studies in Applied Mathematics and Finance.

Andy Treadway

Director of Asset Integrity and Reporting, Atmos Energy

Andy Treadway has spent 33 years in the oil and gas industry with the last 26 years working for Atmos Energy. In his current role as the Director of Asset Integrity and Reporting, Andy provides strategic direction and oversight of enterprise operating system asset data, data collection, and reporting/analytics. His group maintains ownership of associated business system applications and ensures alignment with corporate policies and state and federal regulations. Andy has a bachelors degree in Natural Gas Engineering and a masters degree in engineering management.

Key Takeways

How technology can significantly increase data integrity, safety and compliance

New methods for standardising, managing, and controlling the construction process

How to save time and costs by digitising and automating labour-intensive field work

Optimising communications between all stakeholders

How to eliminate mapping backlogs and achieve revenue faster

Gaining real-time operational awareness