Energy and Utilities

The rise in global population has created strong demand for energy and utility facilities. This demand is not only creating ups and downs in energy costs but also the need for more clean energy production.

But volatile markets, an aging workforce and infrastructure, and increased regulation has put the pressure on energy and utility companies. To achieve success, these companies need to enhance their use of assets and resources and re-direct investments towards IT-enabled innovation.

DesignIt! has worked in the Energy and Utility field for over twenty years. As innovators and consultants in integrated technologies, we consistently deliver solutions to address the pressing challenges facing the Energy and Utilities industry.

DesignIt! can help:

  • Enhance communication and interactions among stakeholders: co-workers, customers, vendors and regulators
  • Strengthen planning and decision-making
  • Improve efficiencies
  • Assure regulatory compliance
  • Heighten operational readiness and enable best practice
  • Integrate technologies
  • Increase output and service levels
  • Exceed industry targets
  • Lower costs

Our Clients include:


DesignIt!’s real-time system solutions integrate seamlessly with existing programs to enhance operations and project management. Our areas of expertise include:

  • Project Estimating
  • Project Cost Control
  • Site Access Control
  • Personnel schedules
  • Training records
  • Health and safety support
  • Camp Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Asset Management
  • Logistics and Site Receiving
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Laboratory Information Management
  • Instrument Calibration
  • Cable Management
  • Plant Data History
  • Data and Document Management
  • Email Assembly and Auto Filing

DesignIt! has provided effective solutions for energy facilities such as:

  • Natural Gas Fired Power Plants
  • Cogen Industrial Facilities
  • Oil Fired Facilities
  • Hydro Electric Plants

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