Driving Engineering Efficiency: How the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Saves $800,000 Annually

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Driving Engineering Efficiency: 
How the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Saves $800,000 Annually
 
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LADWP identified a huge opportunity when it studied its engineering data management practice. With more than 100 years of records stored in numerous different systems across the enterprise, finding accurate information to start new project designs was extremely time consuming, challenging, and often unsuccessful. Join us for this one-hour webcast to learn how LADWP dramatically improved the efficiency of its engineers, designers, drafters, and construction crews by transforming its engineering content management with ProjectWise, Bentley's system of collaboration servers and services.
 

Driving Engineering Efficiency: How the Los Angeles
 Department of Water and Power Saves $800,000 Annually
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 You will learn how LADWP:

  • Accelerated reference information research on new projects by 80 percent.
     

  • Established lasting information integrity by enforcing LADWP CAD and project standards.
     

  • Provides over 200 engineers, designers, drafters, and construction personnel fast and accurate reuse of 300,000 design and construction files.
     

  • Reduced design revisions during construction by starting new designs with more accurate data.

 
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Presenter:
 
  
Chad Crouchman
 

Senior Civil Engineering Drafting Technician
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power


 
Chad has worked for the City of Los Angeles for the past 11 years. For the last 6 years, he has been with the Department of Water and Power. He is a a Projectwise/Cad administrator and Projectwise/Microstation programmer.

 
Published By: 
Energy Central
Resource Author: 
Energy Central
Published: 
Dec 12, 2012
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