National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP)
Our Team will help you define Green Infrastructure Projects using Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
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Field Audits for GIS
Our team of experts have developed a cost-effective approach to updating Geographic Information Systems (GIS) using Global Positioning Systems (GPS).
Field Audits take your GIS into the field to ensure what’s in the ground is in the computer. Field verification can be done in the field with mobile maps and apps.
Green Project Development
The use of GIS has drastically grown and helped enhance business practices over the last twenty years. Companies, as well as government agencies, have started to realize the benefits of GIS and are using it in their day-to-day operations.
We provide various services by qualified experts.
Our company understands the importance of having a system to preserve mapping information, and how a system that is accessible can be used to define project goals.
Since 2002, our team has conducted GIS Field Audits for Stormwater, Water and Wastewater Systems.
Today, we use this knowledge to find Green Infrastructure Projects in your community. It's Easy 2B Green! #GreenTeam
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Green infrastructure Design is a cost-effective, resilient approach to managing wet weather impacts that provide many community benefits.
While gray stormwater infrastructure is designed to move urban stormwater, green infrastructure design reduces and treats stormwater at its source while delivering environmental, social, and economic benefits. Stormwater runoff is a major cause of pollution in urban areas. When rain falls on our roofs, streets, and parking lots the water cannot soak into the ground as it should.
Stormwater runoff carries trash, bacteria, heavy metals, and other pollutants from urban landscapes. Higher flows resulting from heavy rains also can cause erosion and flooding in urban streams, damaging habitat, property, and infrastructure. When rain falls in natural, undeveloped areas, the water is absorbed and filtered by soil and plants. Stormwater runoff is cleaner and less of a problem.
Green infrastructure Design uses vegetation, soils, and other elements and practices to restore some of the natural processes required to manage water and create healthier urban environments. At the city or county scale, green infrastructure is a patchwork of natural areas that provides habitat, flood protection, cleaner air, and cleaner water. At the neighborhood or site scale, stormwater management systems that mimic nature soak up and store water.
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