Sentanil Systems has expanded the capabilities of its construction management system to include highdensity polyethylene gas and water pipelines.
Leighton Contractors invited Sentanil to expand the capability of its construction management system (CMS) to meet traceability and reporting requirements for the Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) Upstream Phase 1 Project: Gas Gathering Systems, with the aim of improving efficiency and adding value for its client, Origin, on behalf of the project.
Sentanil has supported Leighton Contractors’ request and developed the CMS database to track more than 1,200km of varied sized gas and water high density polyethylene (HDPE) pipeline.
Key steps in adapting the CMS for use on the APLNG Upstream Phase 1 Project included:
This collaborative approach achieved a successful transition from a paper based QA welding reporting system to an electronic system, resulting in increased efficiencies, enhanced traceability and advanced corporate reporting capabilities.
Sentanil would like to thank Leighton Contractors, its client Origin on behalf of the APLNG Project, and the project’s field and office QA personnel for their enthusiasm and support during this transition.
Leighton Contractors, a wholly owned subsidiary of Leighton Holdings Limited, is a leading contracting and project development group, delivering projects for clients across the infrastructure, mining, telecommunications, civil construction, industrial, energy, health and services sectors.