Alpharetta, GA, United States


AMEC’s Information Management (IM) practice provides technological solutions that complement AMEC’s traditional engineering services by adding value and creating efficiencies for clients. AMEC’s Information Management practice provides the advantage our client’s need in order to turn data into a competitive advantage. Solutions-focused, knowledgeable, and up-to-date, our IM professionals work with you to find the right person, tool, or process for your needs. The AMEC Information Management group works across all AMEC businesses, and collaborates with our engineers, scientists, and technicians, helping to bring you high-level technical experience and resources across all AMEC regions and offices. Our structured delivery process – aim2 – emphasizes continuous client involvement to ensure that all deliverables and specifications meet user requirements. Whether in the area of Technology Consulting, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Database Management, Application Development, or Remote Sensing AMEC's Information Management professionals combine innovative uses of technology with hands-on business experience helping our clients maximize results and ensure that projects are completed, on time and on budget. Constantly leading the development of new programs, technologies, and tools AMEC’s Information Management practice makes AMEC stand out from the crowd when it comes to providing comprehensive technology-driven business solutions.



AMEC's Information Management Methodology is a structured delivery process that emphasizes continuous client involvement to ensure that the deliverables and specifications meet user requirements. AMEC creates technology solutions that support the client's enterprise mission. Specialized services include: Technology Consulting Database Services Geospatial Services Visualization and Simulation Decision Support Systems Application Services Remote Sensing

Services Provided:

Application Development, Data Conversion/Migration, Data Model & Database Design, GIS Strategy and Planning, Implementation, Needs and Requirements, System Architecture and Design, System Integration