“We want to be your first call when you need support, and to do that, we know we have to earn your trust,” Christopher said. “We’re not traditional. ADV Integrity is not traditional. Building trust and meaningful relationships are our first priority, not pushing proposals at you.”
Rhett echoes this sentiment, emphasizing the availability of ADV Integrity’s engineers for clients.
“Operators should feel like they can call us just to talk about the issues they’re facing. If you have a question, pick up the phone and call us. As consultants, that’s what we’re here for,” Rhett said.
Rhett and Christopher are looking forward to bringing their expertise to enhance ADV Integrity’s already full suite of testing, engineering, and consulting services. Their previous experience with working with operators to implement comprehensive integrity management systems positions them to serve clients on a larger scale.
Rhett said, “ADV Integrity historically is extremely good at solving complex problems for operators. Christopher and I are exceedingly good at understanding how to take that problem and broadly apply it to an operator’s integrity management system.”
ADV Integrity engineers are well-equipped to support operators with comprehensive plans that reduce inefficiencies and make integrity management more effective. Rhett and Chris want operators to begin with the end in mind, starting with clear definitions and objectives before jumping into potentially overwhelming inspection, testing, or analysis. Whether that’s providing consulting on regulations, ECAs, or ILI management, ADV Integrity is ready and eager to serve clients in these areas to enable operators to strategically allocate their resources.
As Rhett said, “Thing 20 and Thing 21 have your back.”
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