Our GIS and data management experts use powerful mapping tools and databases to provide essential context that supports better and more informed decision-making.
Location is everything. We use geographic information systems (GIS) and data management tools to help our clients visualize and explore important project details—whether we are mapping points of appropriation for a property owner’s water rights, modeling a groundwater basin to find an optimal well site, or analyzing the extent of a contaminate plume. We use the latest open-source and industry-standard tools to study the spatial relationships between surface and subsurface resources for nearly every project we take on at GSI.
Centralized Environmental Database
We link GIS information to our robust database to query and model ancillary data from field surveys and laboratory results. With a centralized and cost-effective environmental database management system, we can efficiently store and report on the vast amount of information we collect for our projects. This large data repository we have built provides a collective view of regional water resources.
We use a variety of two- and three-dimensional tools to visualize relationships and data trends. Our GIS team develops high-quality maps and graphics, and works closely with our hydrogeologists to build 3-D models that illustrate the subsurface.
We specialize in:
- Mapping and graphics
- 2-D and 3-D data visualization
- Environmental chemistry data management
- Database integration and management
- Geodatabase design and implementation
- Spatial analysis and modeling
- Contaminant modeling
- GIS services for remedial design plans
- Mobile GIS and GNSS/GPS data collection solutions