Geospatial, Mapping, and Survey

Geospatial, Mapping, and Survey


Our team includes many of the most recognized and respected industry experts and thought leaders. As leaders in the geospatial, mapping, and surveying industry, we place the highest priority on safety and quality. We create, analyze, and build tools to help our clients achieve their goals and overcome challenges. Our team of qualified experts provide maps, location information, and data analytics using deep learning to clients in the state and local, federal, and commercial markets.

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Our Services

  • 3D laser scanning
  • Aerial data acquisition and processing for imagery, lidar, and IFSAR
  • Aerotriangulation, photogrammetric mapping, and digital orthoimaging
  • ALTA/NSPS Land Title surveys
  • Artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning (ML) 
  • Asset management
  • Boundary surveys
  • Database modeling and design
  • Drone services
  • Electric substation surveys
  • Electric, oil, natural gas pipelines surveys
  • Emergency response and damage assessments
  • Environmental surveys and seagrass mapping
  • GIS services and applications development
  • Marine/bathymetric sonar surveys
  • Remediation surveys
  • Sub-surface Utility Engineering (SUE)
  • Topobathymetric and topographic lidar data acquisition and processing
  • Transportation surveys
  • Utility surveys

We employ the latest GIS software and database platforms, including the full suite of Esri products, as well as Oracle and SQL Server. Esri and the Esri Logo are licensed trademarks of Environmental Systems Research, Inc.

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Our firm owns and operates advanced remote sensor, lidar, and drone (sUAS) technology, including:

3D Nation Elevation Requirements and Benefits Study

Under contract to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), we developed the 3D Nation Elevation Requirements and Benefits Study to document national requirements for improved topographic and bathymetric data, estimate the benefits and costs of meeting these requirements, and evaluate national program implementation scenarios. The results showed that an improved national elevation program could generate $13.5 -billion in new benefits each year once fully operational. Questions regarding the report should be directed to NOAA and [email protected].

National Enhanced Elevation Assessment Final Report

Under contract to the USGS, we developed a report on the National Enhanced Elevation Assessment that found an improved program has the potential to generate $1.2 billion to $13 billion in new benefits each year once fully operational.

National Hydrography Requirements and Benefits Study

Under contract to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), we developed a report documenting the results of the National Hydrography Requirements and Benefits Study. We collected more than 400 responses from federal agencies, commissions, non-profits, private and commercial entities, and local, state, and tribal governments from across the 50 states, Washington, D.C., and American Samoa. The report gives USGS a far greater understanding of the requirements and benefits associated with potential enhancements to a national hydrographic data program, one that-if all reported requirements were met-would help users realize an estimated $602.5 million in annual program benefits.

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