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Webinar – Transforming Construction Quality
July 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CDT
In the pipeline construction world, there are always challenges with communication, data transfer, regulatory compliance and documentation of inspection and survey. Current technology is being used across the industry to face these challenges and enhance the construction experience. The Mobile Inspection Platform (MIP) is one of those technologies being used across the industry that is revolutionizing how construction is organized and documented. This webinar will demonstrate this cutting edge technology, outline its tools and features, and explain the benefits to the industry during its use.
Blake works in UniversalPegasus International’s Pipeline Engineering group as a lead engineer on various projects. His project experience ranges from long midstream gas or liquid pipelines, to small gathering system designs. Typically, he is in charge of the engineering and construction support for the projects assigned. Blake received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Louisiana State University in 2014 and his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Houston in 2018. He has worked with UPI for all of the 5 years of his professional career. Blake currently serves as an active member of YPP and on the YPP Community of Practice Workgroup.
Allison has worked for UniversalPegasus International for 8 years in multiple departments within the company. She first started in the Offshore structural group where she was mostly involved in structural and pipe design analysis. After the merging of the Onshore and Offshore division, Allison became involved in the civil design of pipeline facilities. For the last 4 years she has become the cornerstone for the operation and success of the Mobile Inspection Platform and has received many accolades and recognition for her contributions. Currently she is the Construction Compliance System Manger over the MIP Program where she leads the development and implementation of the platform. Prior to UPI, Allison received her Bachelor of Science in Ocean Engineering from Texas A&M University in 2011.