A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer-based tool for mapping and analyzing features in the environment. A GIS stores information on anything that can be mapped: roads, cities, streams, wetlands, and watershed boundaries. It combines common database management techniques with statistical and geographic analysis. GIS is a powerful tool because it can integrate diverse information, model complex problems, and aid in decision-making processes.
- Cumulative Impact Analysis
- Viewshed and Line of Sight Analysis
- Watershed Analysis and Modeling
- Hydrologic Modeling
- Global Positioning System Services (GPS)
- 3D Mapping
- Land use/Land Cover Analysis
Our GIS staff provides geo-referenced data, geographical analysis, and map products to our clients. GIS staff supports a wide range of activities including cumulative impact assessments, alternative facility sighting analysis, water quality modeling, watershed planning, and stream and wetlands permitting and mitigation. Alliance Consulting, Inc. continually seeks to improve the effectiveness of our services through the use of geographical information resources.
Senior Project Managers:
- Braden Hoffman Phone: (304) 255-0491 Ext. 146
You can also direct general Environmental inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.