Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) allow our team to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, and manage geographical data. Understanding the geographic relationships between people, land use, and resources is fundamental to planning and guaranteeing proper analysis.
Our GIS team is made up of experienced professionals with the capabilities and knowledge to convey geographic information in print and digital form. We enlist the help of civil engineers, surveyors, and community development specialists to produce maps that speak clearly to our clients. We often provide GIS services to municipalities and counties where permanent GIS staff is nonessential.
The GIS team uses statistical and topographic analysis to help identify appropriate locations for water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure, as well as mapping small area plans and zoning analysis. Our GIS team uses an array of applications to accomplish these tasks, relying primarily on ArcGIS Desktop, which allows us to analyze data, plan for and perform maintenance, respond to emergencies, and ultimately make better decisions.