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Author: Todd Halvorson, GISP

/News---Info/Blog/January-2016/Asset-management-system-improves-public-works-effi Todd Halvorson, GISP
Improving efficiency was a top priority for the public works department at the City of Lexington, Minnesota. City personnel did not have access to current and accurate data and officials were looking for a system that would support better decision making. A GIS system capable of supporting the City's asset needs was essential.

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/News---Info/Blog/July-2015/GIS-technique-helps-solve-sewer-system-challenges Todd Halvorson, GISP
Combine an aging sewer infrastructure constructed in bedrock along with rising water tables and you may have significant inflow and infiltration in your sewer system. See how this Minnesota city used GIS spatial technology to quickly identify property owners affected by poor water lateral conditions.
 

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/News---Info/Blog/June-2015/The-Future-of-Engineering-Includes-Reality-Computi Todd Halvorson, GISP
Reality computing may be the next step toward the future of design. It is certainly the largest advancement for engineers, architects and GIS professionals since the development of Computer-Aided Design programming.
 

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/News---Info/Blog/February-2015/Geographic-Information-Systems-(GIS)-for-Public-Wo Todd Halvorson, GISP
Public Works Departments and Water Utilities can use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to access mapping data related to various districts, floodplains and developments. Web-based GIS tools allow clients to easily manage or share data from many locations.

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