Understanding a utilities approach to project controls and how it drives performance
Project Controls is at the heart of connecting people to the energy they use today and during the rapid decarbonisation of energy securing the energy needs of future generations.
Project Controls is at the heart of connecting people to the energy they use today and during the rapid decarbonisation of energy securing the energy needs of future generations. National Grid, one of the largest global investor-owned utilities within the UK business, efficiently invests over £1bn annually replacing and updating the gas and electricity networks to maintain the reliability that is so essential for society.
The Capital Delivery function delivers the Construction Investment programme across the UK ensuring that the projects are delivered on time, to budget, with the quality required and safely. The size and scale of the Projects vary in size, cost and complexity, and Project Controls is integral to delivering for consumers.
This event will look at how Project Controls has been implemented, is used for monitoring and driving project performance and the improvements made in the 10 years since the first implementation.
The technical talks will centre on
- Project Controls, how the data is used to drive business and project performance.
- Improvements that have been made since the first implementation in 2012.
08 Jul 2019
11:00am - 12:00pm
Project Controls TPN
Project Controls Manager - Electricity at National Grid
Project & PMO Analyst - National Grid
Reasons to attend
- Understanding a Utilities approach to Project controls and how it drives performance
- Improvement implementations in Project Controls
- Why Project Controls plays a part in keeping the lights on and the gas flowing
- Providing greater insight into how Project Controls is implemented and utilised in the Regulatory Environment
- Socialising the utilisation of Project Controls and how it fits into the Utilities Environment
The event is available to view online only
Understanding a Utilities approach to Project controls