Tag Archives: GIS

7 Steps to Efficiently Identify Lead Pipes in Your Water System

Lead is a toxic metal that can cause serious health problems. One of the primary sources of lead exposure is from drinking water that has been contaminated by lead pipes or fittings. Water utilities are responsible for identifying and mapping the locations of lead pipes and service lines as well as communicating this information to

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Dudek Named Esri Cornerstone Partner Recognizing 20-Year Partnership

Dudek was recognized as a Cornerstone partner at this year’s Esri Partner Conference, honoring the firm’s dedication to advancing geographic information system (GIS) technology and reaching a notable milestone—20 years of collaboration with Esri. Dudek GIS specialists rely on Esri ArcGIS software to enhance many of the firm’s services. We leverage Esri’s industry-leading technology to

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Interactive GIS System Improves Urban Forest Management

Dudek’s geographic information system (GIS)-based Tree Resource Information Management (TRIM) is a web-based interactive mapping tool and database with a simple-to-use interface to view, query, track and manage urban forest assets more efficiently and accurately. TRIM is a one-stop information source for GIS-based urban forest management for areas ranging in size from a few hundred

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Web-Based GIS Access Streamlines Wastewater Districts’ Operations

Three small California wastewater districts have streamlined workflow using Dudek’s new online GIS Viewer that provides web-based access to the district’s GIS files. “We can now view, query and manage our infrastructure information far more efficiently,” said Chuck Duffy, who serves as general manager for the Rancho Santa Fe, Whispering Palms and Fairbanks Ranch community

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GIS Models Identify Renewable Energy Sites Suitable for Development

Geographic information system (GIS) technology is a powerful resource for compiling, organizing, and presenting information to help make faster, more informed decisions about site selection and permitting requirements. GIS models can enable the development team to enter numerous queries to sort through thousands of parcels and identify those meeting defined parameters. Key components for effective

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Effective GIS Visual Information Use

When converting data into visual communications, the essential first step is clearly understanding what information the client needs to understand. For example, when Caltrans and San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) asked for an updated phasing plan for a major transportation project along coastal Interstate-5 in North San Diego County, Dudek’s project manager and GIS

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