On Demand Webinar
Completions projects typically result in thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of tasks that must be tracked and managed, checklists that must be filled out and approved, and documents that must be tagged and filed.
The sheer quantity of data being managed presents a significant challenge when it is done using paper based systems.
Digital completions provides a much more streamlined and accessible way to manage projects, when some basic workflow and data management best practices are followed.
During this webinar you will learn:
- Key differences between paper-based and digital completions
- 9 risks and challenges associated with paper based completions and how digital completions mitigates them
- Considerations for a good digital completions workflow, including data security
- 5 additional ways the data gathered during digital completions can improve the efficiency of your teams post-project
The presenters will share stories from their experience in the field to help illustrate key takeaways from the session.
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Brandon White, P.Eng.
RFO Central Manager
Brandon is a Professional Engineer with extensive field experience in construction and commissioning, gained while working as an electrician in the industrial sector. His background includes nine years’ experience in turnover and completions as well as four years’ experience in earned-value management, project controls, change management, and estimation.
For the past eight years, Brandon has been a key member of the development team for RFO Central, Dynamysk’s in-house completions software, focusing on data capture, data integrity and analytics.
Brandon holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta and is a Journeyman Electrician with his Interprovincial Red Seal endorsement.
Richard Lavallee, C.E.T.
Commissioning and Maintenance Manager
With over 20 years of experience in gas plants, oil sands facilities and pipelines, Richard’s background includes maintenance, construction, commissioning and start-up of various instrumentation and control systems. He also has a strong technical background in projects, quality control and quality assurance during new oil sands facility start-ups.
Prior to joining Dynamysk in 2015 as Manager Commissioning & Maintenance, he worked for a number of vendor and end user companies in roles such as Site Engineer Support, Coordinator/Planner, Commissioning and Start-up Lead, Instrumentation Technician and Turnover Coordinator.
Richard holds an Inter-Provincial Journeyman Certificate as an Instrumentation Technician, and is a Certified Engineering Technologist.