- Mapping provides great accuracy, allowing for features to be represented in full detail — with the level of accuracy being carefully tailored to meet each clients’ project needs.
- Corridor Mapping
- Mapping is useful for transportation routes, high voltage transmission lines, and pipeline routes. Final deliverables can include orthophotography, allowing the entire corridor to be visualized in great detail, as well as topographic maps and planimetric maps of proposed vertical and horizontal alignments and final routes.
- Site Mapping
- Mapping can be a great base mapping tool showing closely spaced contours and planimetric detail. Applications include engineering design, mining operations, stockpile volumes and emergency response conditions.
- Planimetric Mapping
- Planimetric maps show only the horizontal position of features on the Earth’s surface which reveal geographic objects, natural and cultural physical features, and entities in their true coordinate positions, depicting them to scale without topographic properties. These features include: road edges and centerlines, culverts, water and storm drainage features, utility access covers, utility poles, signs, fences, and vegetation.