Life Cycle Engineering Success Stories
The many benefits of increased reliability are widely understood – improved safety, less downtime, extended asset life. But how does one actually create a culture that values and creates reliability?
Training is not a one-size-fits-all activity. True learning is not an activity at all – it’s a process.
DTE Energy is a Detroit-based, diversified energy company involved in the development and management of energy-related businesses and services. More than 10,400 DTE employees work in utility and non-utility subsidiaries in more than 26 US states.
LCE’s software and security experts helped equip St. Andrew’s Parks and Playground Commission to meet the ever-evolving needs of the parks and recreation industry by streamlining operations and upgrading to a cloud-based system architecture and improved security.
A wholly owned subsidiary of the City of Calgary, the ENMAX group of companies (“ENMAX”) safely generates, transmits, distributes, and sells energy to Albertans. More than 1,800 employees help bring electricity, natural gas and renewable energy to more than 900,000 metered sites across Alberta
The U.S. Sugar Corporation is located in Clewiston, Florida, and farms over 187,000 acres of land to produce an estimated 70,000 tons of raw sugar each year. What makes this particular operation unique is their private agricultural railroad, which is the largest short line in the United States and is used to transport all of its sugar cane production across 120 miles of track to and from various factories and refineries.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) Code 315, Provisioning and Supply Support Branch, performs a variety of program management tasks which support U.S. Navy Hull, Machinery, and Electrical (HM&E) systems and equipment.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) provides research, development, test and evaluation, acquisition support, engineering, systems integration, in-service engineering and fleet support.
As NAVSEA’s Deputy Commander for Surface Warfare, SEA 21 is the dedicated life cycle management organization for the Navy's in-service surface ships. It is responsible for managing critical modernization, maintenance, training and inactivation programs. SEA 21 serves as the primary technical interface for surface ships, ensuring they are modernized with the latest technologies and remain mission relevant throughout each ship's service life.
After experiencing a major accident, a worldwide manufacturer of specialty chemical products was audited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) which specified actions the plant needed to implement. OSHA noted that the facility did not have a program in place to ensure the appropriate parts were being used to repair or replace the intended piece of equipment.