Program Management

FAA Clarifies UAV Rule, Paves Way for Larger Fields of Operation

by Steve Santovasi June 29, 2016

In recent years, the engineering and construction industries has started to see progress on the expanded use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for commercial applications. On June 21, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved expanded regulations on permissible UAV altitudes to include objects higher than 400 feet, as long as the operator remains within 400 […]

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Emerging UAV Technology Simplifies Pipeline Permitting Process

by Steve Santovasi January 28, 2016

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) — more commonly called drones — are changing the world as we know it. Not since the Internet or cell phones has a technology been so quickly adopted and used for multiple applications across such a wide range of industries. And nowhere is that more true than in the world of […]

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How Technology Helps Tackle Tough Pipeline Projects

by Robert Young September 17, 2015

Few projects are more difficult to manage than complex linear projects, whether it’s a pipeline carrying natural gas across rugged terrain or a transmission line spanning multiple jurisdictions. But the good news is technology can help streamline multifaceted projects like these by improving the quality, accuracy, efficiency and collaboration among team members. OneTouchPM: Simplifying Project […]

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How OneTouchPM Keeps Air Travelers Moving Amid Construction

by Bret Pilney April 22, 2015

Managing an airport is a complex business in the best of times. The sheer volume of passengers passing through, traffic in the air, and the constant pace of activity on the ground make it a bustling beehive of activity. A construction project can bring all this action a short step away from chaos — unless […]

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Energy Management Solutions for the Port of Los Angeles

by Matt Wartian November 25, 2014

With growing prices of diesel fuel and increased restrictions on air emissions, California’s shipping ports are looking for electric alternatives to power their vessels — and with that comes the need for energy management solutions to increase power reliability. As the nation’s busiest place for incoming goods, the Port of Los Angeles handles more than […]

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