Noah Consulting to Discuss Best Practices for Managing Facilities Information
One of the greatest challenges facing owners, operators, contractors, suppliers, manufacturers, as well as regulators and standards development organizations, is figuring out how to achieve maximum value from data across the full facilities’ lifecycle.
Noah Consulting Facility Information Management Practice Lead Grant Hartwright will discuss best practices for managing capital project information at the Standards Leadership Council's 2015 North American Public Forum. The free, full-day event is in Houston on March 19. As the keynote speaker, Grant will present, "Putting the Focus on Facilities Asset Lifecycle,” at 9 a.m.
Grant will also participate in a standards panel discussion with thought leaders from Chevron, BP and ExxonMobil at 11:15 a.m. The group will discuss key facility management, data management, and regulatory challenges. View the full agenda.
Seating is limited; so register today by clicking here.
About the Presenter
Grant Hartwright is a senior principal and practice lead for Noah Consulting’s Facilities Information Management (FIM) practice. Prior to joining Noah, Grant led information management teams on major capital projects and served as a regional information manager within BP’s Global Projects organization.
With more than 26 years of industry experience, Grant delivers leadership and expertise in the development and implementation of information management solutions for complex, project-based organizations. Grant has a successful track record of providing global program, portfolio, project and information management services. With highly transferable skills, Grant’s experience spans from mining and civil engineering, manufacturing, and financial services to oil and gas and IT consultancy. He has a passion for creating integrated solutions and building teams that excel.
Grant is a chartered engineer, holds a bachelor’s degree in mining engineering, and is a qualified project management professional. Grant has lived in the UK, South Africa, and the USA, and has traveled extensively for work and pleasure. He currently lives in Houston, Texas with his wife and two daughters.