Today’s competitive and regulatory environment requires gas distribution companies to apply sophisticated processes for the safe and efficient maintenance of their network assets.
With services including risk assessment, planning, design, permitting, procurement, construction management, and operations support, Mott MacDonald can meet all of your engineering needs.
Mott MacDonald is a natural partner for progressive gas utilities based on our deep breadth and depth of natural gas experience. Our vast experience in a range of complementary infrastructure practices such as environmental, tunnels/HDD, highway, and water/wastewater means we can pull together diverse teams to help solve any unusually challenging projects that may fall outside the routine for gas utilities.
Services include one-time large projects for which specialized resources may be required as well as ongoing support for routine engineering functions such as annual main and service replacement projects.
Typical client engagements include the following:
- Integrity management support
- System planning studies and hydraulic model maintenance
- Main and service replacement programs
- Meter and regulation design
- Traffic control plans
- Work management applications
- GIS maintenance and hosting
- Pipeline expansion projects
- Environmental assessments and permitting
- Survey and pipeline routing
- Construction inspection
Our gas engineering experience, combined with sophisticated data management capabilities, can result in significant process improvements accompanied by cost savings and streamlined work cycles. Mott MacDonald also offers its Fieldbook™ software application, which is used by many leading gas distribution companies to assist operations, engineering, and marketing organizations. Designed specifically for use by field crews, Fieldbook’s™ simple interface brings sophisticated GIS, document, and work management to the engineer, executive, and mobile field user.
Mott MacDonald is ready to deliver a solution to suit your particular needs and constraints.