For a construction project to be successful, you must analyze many factors including environmental impact, scheduling conflicts, takeoffs, budgeting, site safety, and logistics.
GIS technology improves the mechanics and management for building new infrastructure by integrating design and site data, interfacing with machine control, and providing the framework for as-built data collection. With GIS, communication between project stakeholders is simplified.
As-Built Surveying Benefits from GIS
A completed construction project rarely reflects its original plan exactly. As-built surveying with GIS technology helps you collect and document existing site data to create revised design plans. You can also capture data directly into an operational GIS, eliminating costly data conversion and reducing errors.
These stories show how companies involved with surveying gain benefits from the use of geographic analysis and GIS.
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