Utilities

 

Critical Thinking
To eliminate overflows and comply with an EPA order, the City of Lawrence needed to critically evaluate one million feet of sewers and 5,000 manholes…

Pole Position
The City of Huntingburg wanted to collect accurate positional data and detailed information for each of its electric utility poles…

Smooth Sailing Upstream
Sewer engineers need to be able to trace sewage flow through a network of pipes…

Enforcing the Honor System
The wastewater utility uses the “honor system” for residents, relying on them to call and set up their bill…

Powerful Safety
For Northeastern REMC, equipment inspections are critical to providing dependable electricity to more than 27,000 consumers…

Stormy Weather
Streets and parking lots do more than cover the ground, they affect an area’s drainage…

And While You’re Waiting
The City of Westfield fire hydrant dataset had duplicate, missing and non-GIS verified data that was updatedby means of handwritten notes on maps that came in from hydrant workers…

It’s Electrifyin’
When a power line goes down because of a man-made disaster, bad weather, or even a simple accident, one of the first thing emergency managers need to know is, “Who do we call to fix this?”…

Accurate Stormwater Billing
Impervious surfaces – hard surfaces like concrete and asphalt – don’t allow rain water to soak into…

Fewer Steps to Dance
Hamilton Southeastern Utilities wanted to integrate the services of GIS, Engineering, Survey and Inspection…

Cooperation Benefits Counties
The Huntington County Surveyor’s Office needed a more reliable way to calculate drainage assessments for land owners….

One System, One Plan, One Happy Town
After more than 20 years, a number of the Belleville Conservancy District’s wastewater facilities were beginning to show their age. The nearby Town of Plainfield offered to take over…