The emergency preparedness and response tool (EPRT) developed with TransCanada is example of leveraging technology to solve clients' greatest needs.
Potential environmental, health and safety issues that arise from a pipeline spill are almost too numerous to count and too catastrophic to imagine.
That’s why it’s best to prepare for the worst.
Featured in this issue’s cover story is a comprehensive emergency preparedness and response tool (EPRT) — one designed to help our clients and others track, manage and otherwise coordinate their critical and diverse needs during a crisis situation. Our professionals worked with TransCanada to develop what one executive describes as a “superior technology,” capable of tracking developments in real time. Leveraging technology to solve our clients’ greatest needs is a cornerstone of the Burns & McDonnell approach across all of our business groups. It is critical that we continue to find new ways to innovate and apply technology to everyday problems.
This project is an example of what our clients and communities have come to expect from us: improved safety for everyone involved.