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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Public Works & Water Utilities

Todd Halvorson, GISP | with 0 Comments


Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Public Works & Water Utilities

Public Works Departments and Water Utilities can use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to access mapping data related to various districts, floodplains and developments. MSA's web-based GIS tools allow clients in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin to easily manage or share data from many locations. This slide deck provides a summary of capabilities and functional benefits on the use of GIS in municipalities.
 

GIS Asset Management, Mobile GIS and Web-based GIS help clients reach their goals by keeping track of the details. Contact MSA's Todd Halvorson for the development of a database to address your needs.

 

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