ATCO, digital conversion
Field staff can access all revisions of the distribution construction standards manual prints from the office to examine historical details of what might have been built into the system.

Construction Prints Go 3-D

ATCO’s digital construction print conversion aims to improve material accuracy while reducing the need for paper and rework required during commissioning.

In the utility industry, sizable changes to the way things are done do not happen overnight. Significant momentum often is behind current practices, and completely reimagining standards from the ground up is not likely to be in the business plan. But, much like how most people no longer look up phone numbers in a paper phone book, so too, are utilities’ construction standards increasingly going digital.

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