When static data about a job site is obtained from multiple sources, it can often present confusing or conflicting views of the location. To help avoid this situation, Froehling & Robertson, Inc. employs Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to collect, organize, and analyze multiple types and sources of geographic data at once. More than mapping, this innovative service allows F&R’s engineers to examine spatially referenced information and make more qualified decisions about resource management.
Data such as the location of a bore hole or a wetland boundary can be linked to other information – including aerial photography, soil classifications, and topographic maps – thus adding dimensions to the analysis of job site data and supplying our clients with the facts they need to make the most informed planning or construction decisions possible. With GIS, F&R helps our clients turn data into decisions more quickly and accurately than ever before.
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