Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Mapping

Our geographic information systems team is skilled in analyzing different data types and creating highly visual and functional data-driven products and services.

Highly visual and data-driven deliverables.

Our GIS experts are well versed in the latest cartography software, providing more depth to your data analysis. They are also familiar with graphic design and 3D rendering tools for post-processing and bringing your data visualization to the next level.

Easily scales with your project scope.

Our GIS team regularly collaborates with our other services and can easily scale up to integrate more data. The power of GIS is the ability to layer geographic information to come to informed decisions. We can utilize our staff of survey crews, FAA-Certified Remote Pilots, Hydrographic Surveyors, Natural Resource Specialists, Water Resource Specialists, Forestry Engineers, Arborists, and Engineering Professionals, allowing us to staff any project within a short time frame and quickly meet project schedules.

Specialized expertise yields precise results for your project.

Our GIS team members are experts in database management, large data package processing, site analyses, and aerial interpretation. Their specialized knowledge lets them capture the precise data needed to deliver a successful final product.

Data Management, Collection, & Creation Services

Our GIS analysts use database design management to organize and structure spatial data so that it can be efficiently retrieved and analyzed. This allows us to easily access and manipulate data so we can gain the valuable insights needed to successfully deliver your project.

We use our data collection, analysis, and visualization expertise to integrate survey and AutoCAD data into GIS databases for further analysis to help engineers make informed decisions with the most accurate data.

Asset management data collection and integration helps our team map out all assets involved with your project and create a database that tracks and manages their location, condition, and any other relevant information.

Using Esri Field Maps and Trimble GPS, we can accurately map and measure land features to better understand the location and layout of a surveyed area.

If you want to collect high-resolution geospatial data, small unmanned aerial systems can collect data to help better understand and monitor the environment, infrastructure, and other features of a given area affordably and easily.

By using GIS to collect and analyze data from unmanned aerial vehicles, we can gather a wide range of data, including aerial imagery and topographical maps, which can be used to create detailed 3D models.

sUAS deployed lidar surveying and modeling can be used to collect a range of data, including high-resolution elevation maps and detailed topographic information that can be used to identify areas that may be prone to natural disasters or other risks.

In hydrographic surveying, we use GIS to map out bodies of water, manage data collected from surveys, and create models to predict changes in the environment and identify areas of potential flooding or erosion.

Our technology can collect, store, and analyze large amounts of data to make informed decisions about your forestry and natural resources project.

Data Analysis & Visualization Services

Analyzing and modeling geographical data allows us to identify potential risks and challenges in a project area and help with site selection. It also gives our team valuable insights into the environment, such as soil characteristics and topography.

Our GIS team can organize, visualize, and analyze aerial and satellite imagery to gain insights into the physical characteristics of a surveyed area.

Our GIS team can transform aerial images into useful information by recognizing land use patterns and topographic infrastructure features. With this information, we can plan projects more efficiently and use accurate data for efficient decision-making.

Using the latest ArcGIS software, we can create interactive web maps that are accessible anywhere and can display location-specific data in a variety of formats.

Our GIS experts can take geospatial data from your project and create a compelling narrative presentation tailored to your audience.

Our GIS team can create 3D models and animation renderings to give you an accurate representation of what your project will look like.

Our GIS team uses this advanced technology to create detailed 3D models and maps of large areas and accurately capture terrain and infrastructure data to give you a precise, intricate view of your terrain.

For hydraulic projects, we can create spatial datasets that identify and analyze potential flood areas, giving us an accurate digital terrain model for a particular area.

With GIS, we can use 3D models of the terrain to analyze cut/fill operations and quantify the amount of material that needs to be cut or filled.

With the above types of surveys, producing rasters that provide extensive detail can be cumbersome in CAD. Our GIS team can translate the collections into usable products for our internal teams and clients.

By collecting and analyzing comprehensive spatial data, our team can help you identify the most appropriate site for your project. We can provide information on the land, its characteristics, and the potential impact of your project.

We collect, organize, and analyze spatial data to create accurate, visually appealing maps.

With GIS technology, our team can better understand the distribution, location, and state of the natural resources in a given area, which helps you make informed decisions about conservation efforts and resource management practices for your project.

Our GIS team can collect data and translate it into detailed maps and reports to gain insights into the structure and health of your forest to help inform decisions about its management and conservation.