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Friday, 23 August 2013 05:23

Thanks to Plant Design Solutions and Intergraph for hosting last night's SPED Chapter Meeting!

 

Thanks to Mike Conaway, Plant Design Solutions and the Intergraph staff, attendees to the Houston Chapter meeting received a great tutorial on “ICAS CADWorx FieldPipe from as-built to Caesar and Back” last night at Intergraph's Houston offices.  Approximately 25 pipers attended the event.  Pictures later.  The next Houston Chapter meeting will be hosted by AVEVA.  More details to follow.

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solving the automation paradox PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 August 2013 12:08

SOLVING THE AUTOMATION PARADOX IN PIPING DESIGN

 

I sat down recently with a pipe spool fabricator to ask, “how can pipers do a better job of creating fabrication Isometrics (ISOs) to make their work easier?” I got a list of suggestions, e.g., put in all the required dimensions, label correctly and completely, dimension to centerlines and flanges, etc. All were good to pass on to piping engineers and designers worldwide.

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IT'S TIME TO RSVP FOR HOUSTON CHAPTER PRESENTATION HOSTED BY PLANT DESIGN SOLUTIONS AND ICAS

 

“ICAS CADWorx FieldPipe from as-built to Caesar and Back”

 

Thursday, August 22 at 6:30PM

 

Location: Intergraph Offices 7840 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. W Houston, TX 77064

 

SPED members, please RSVP by replying to this email on or before Tuesday, August 20, 2013. Please specify “RSVP for ICAS Presentation” in subject line.

 
Beazley to Retire as Executive Director/Treasurer PDF Print E-mail

William G Beazley has announced his retirement as SPED Executive Director and Treasurer, effective no later than October 30, 2013. Dr. Beazley, who has served 11 years in those positions and as Director for another 19, is retiring to focus more on Mechanical Engineering practice and training. He is the longest serving Executive Director and Treasurer in SPED's history.

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What’s in an EPC piper credentialing program?

 

What’s in an EPC piper credentialing program? Most owner/operators employing engineering/procurement/construction (EPC) firms for design ask for documentation on key personnel put forth for their jobs. The standard practice is to supply résumés of key personnel to comply. Better EPCs have credentialing programs that track the type of experience, knowledge and competence of their staff.

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The Society of Piping Engineers and Designers (SPED) is an international society established to promote excellence and quality in the practice of piping engineering and design. SPED emphasizes education and training to advance the employability and competitiveness of its members. !

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