Ardis Bartle founded APEX Measurement and Controls in 2004. As president, she has more than 15 years of experience in gas measurement, including development, business strategy and selling PGAS, one of the leading gas measurement software systems in the gas measurement market. Many of the leading producers, distribution and transmission companies have sought her technology expertise in gas measurement solutions, ranging from gas measurement systems to electronic meter tests. Ardis works closely with the leading gas measurement school, Gas Certification Institute (GCI), to assist with curriculum development and attendee generation for its gas measurement training program. She also provides technical writing support and works with GCI to write and implement Sarbanes-Oxley compliant gas measurement standard operating procedures (SOP).
Ardis is an active participant in numerous trade associations, including acting as the Education Chair for ISA Houston and serving on the American Gas Association (AGA) Transmission Measurement Committee (TMC) and Distribution Measurement Committee (DMC). Currently she is a member of the committee reviewing ANSI B109 Standard, AGA 4A and AGA 5. Her white papers include AGA DMC Technical Note on Turbine Meters. In addition to serving as a director on West Harris County MUD 6, she also provides community service, such as the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Season Ticket Sales committee, Art on the Avenue Raffle Chair, as well as community recreational boards. She received a Masters in Business (MBA) from Southwest Texas State University in 1979.
APEX Measurement and Controls clients include the following: