Predesign and Design Analysis
Site investigation is critical to planning new projects. Surface and subsurface conditions influence survey methods, which affect project cost and scheduling. You can rely on a GIS geodatabase to store, input, and query descriptive soil and geotechnical data and relate it to other predesign engineering information. Using search by elimination concepts, GIS helps develop a heuristic approach to model the process of decision making and generate the potential sites for temporary facilities.
GIS software tools help solve construction problems and open new ways of thinking for managing spatial information. GIS takes diverse data sources and format and integrates them into a single application platform to support unique workflows. Data can be created easily, intuitively, and correctly the first time in both 2D and 3D environments.
ArcGIS is scalable to meet your diverse job needs in
- Zoning and land use
- Addresses and transportation networks
- Hydrology design
- Facility locations
These stories show how companies involved with surveying gain benefits from the use of geographic analysis and GIS.
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