Intergraph Corp. has teamed with James W. Sewall (JWS) to combine its facilities management offering with Sewall’s pipeline integrity tools into a ‘complete utilities pipeline integrity management solution.’ Sewall’s integrity software helps gas pipeline operators perform risk assessment, generate alignment sheets, perform class location analysis and high consequence area (HCA) calculations. These applications complement Intergraph’s G/Pipeline suite which couples pipeline industry best practices with geo-located facilities management. The deal claims to ‘streamline integrity data management, risk and integrity assessments.’
Intergraph VP Jay Stinson said, ‘By integrating Sewall’s industry knowledge with our pipeline integrity applications we can provide end-to-end pipeline management that will ensure natural gas network operators operate at the highest level of capacity.’
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