Gray, Louisiana – July 1, 2015 – Nondestructive and Visual Inspection has announced the strengthening of its Mechanical Integrity service offering. Executives within the organization have valued the commitment for expansion at over 5 million dollars in order to assist its clientele with complying with upcoming government regulation aimed at improving the monitoring and repair of aging pipeline and facility infrastructure. James Cloutier, NVI’s President and Chief Executive Officer, stated that the investment would encompass both “cutting edge technologies such as laser imaging, remote satellite monitoring, FAA licensed aerial surveillance technology combined with our long standing patent pending traceability programs to our best in class Mechanical Integrity programs.” Our goal is to partner with our customer for the life of an asset. NVI, LLC can document compliance, design criteria, and provide useful life for nearly any asset with a multitude of proprietary technologies. David Thoman, Director of Mechanical Integrity, has hired key employees such as, Mike Duffy, Director of Pipeline Integrity– Direct Assessment and Kevin Tanner, Mechanical Integrity Operations Manager, to lead the ongoing development of its workforce specializing in both in-service inspection methods, risk based analysis, corrosion monitoring, and direct site assessment surveys.
Advancing Mechanical Integrity Service Offerings
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