Standardizing Asset Documentation with Esri
Bruin quickly went to work, creating a streamlined, standardized workflow. As Erik Baros, CIO at Bruin, explained, “infrastructure data in this line of work is incredibly scattered and inconsistent, making it nearly impossible to determine how well pads have aged – even for the employees and contractors that work on them every day. Understandably, this is frustrating and hazardous to workers and management.”
To begin creating a documentation hub, workers imported their current (including in-ground and proposed) well pad information, internal GIS data, and all infrastructure records into Esri. Feeding DroneDeploy aerial maps, which displayed an up to date snapshot of site conditions into selected GIS web mapping applications, completed this process. Data is now completely digital, showing accurate equipment locations, site boundaries, and each of the different types and locations of valves, water lines, and tank batteries.