Bechtel Wins Engineering, Technology Award for LNG Project

BechtelLogo (1)Bechtel has won an engineering and technology innovation award from Fiatech’s CETI Award for its use of radio frequency identification technology on its liquefied natural gas projects in Australia.

Bechtel won the CETI Award in the intelligent and automated construction jobsite category, the company announced Tuesday.

Bechtel used the Atlas RFID Solutions Inc.-developed Jovix system at its three LNG sites on Curtis Island in Queensland, Australia for materials tracking and delivery.

“This award reflects the ongoing dedication and forward thinking of our teams to find innovative ways to ensure we can deliver complex projects for our customers on time and within budget,” said Mike Lewis, Bechtel’s global manager of construction. “Our applying RFID technology to the Curtis Island projects is one of the most significant uses of the technology in the history of construction, and we are demonstrating that it can be a real game-changer in materials management.”

 

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