GIS and Asset Management

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A well-planned and well-developed geographic information system (GIS) can significantly improve the decision-making and planning efforts of utility professionals who rely on accurate, readily available data. The use of GIS allows everyday activities, such as asset management, hydraulic modeling and land use planning, to be performed

Wright-Pierce recently completed a training series that includes a module on digital mapping and asset inventorying for buried infrastructure using GIS.  

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more efficiently, generating substantial savings in time and money.
Wright-Pierce provides comprehensive GIS, Mapping, and Asset Management services designed to access, organize, analyze, and consolidate geographically-referenced data from multiple sources in different formats and locations, and then merge them into a single, unified visual presentation.

We are experienced in a wide variety of vendor applications, and have the expertise to perform needs assessment studies and develop customized applications to fit our clients' needs.

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