Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at HR Green is more than a pretty map. HR Green employs GIS as an essential tool for managing information and establishing a data-driven basis for intelligent planning and decision-making. GIS plays a critical behind-the-scenes role across HR Green’s core markets, offering organization and analysis that help deliver many client services more efficiently and comprehensively. At the same time, professional GIS deliverables like our map books, database reports, and web mapping applications engage our clients directly, communicating GIS data in an accessible and meaningful way.
We recognize that no two communities are alike. With this in mind, HR Green offers scalable GIS solutions to meet your community’s needs. We won’t implement a solution until we’ve heard your story and understand your situation.
Our services include field inventory and assessment, asset management, database reporting, web mapping applications, hard-copy maps and map books, GIS modeling analysis, and engineering design using GIS.
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2017-2018 On-Call Stormwater Engineering Services
Jefferson County, MO
As the primary Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) permit holder with several communities as co-permittees, Jefferson County is required to have a Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) for pollution prevention. HR Green was retained to address Illicit discharge detection and elimination.
Iowa DOT – Asset Data Collection
The NE 36th Street Reconstruction, I-35 Interchange to NE Delaware Avenue, Construction Phase Services project was initiated in February 2012 with the City of Ankeny. The interchange project was substantially completed in November 2012. Iowa DOT requested HR Green complete a GIS asset inventory of the new interchange as part of a pilot project for the Iowa DOT’s asset management initiative.
City of Jurupa Valley, CA
The City of Jurupa Valley, California, was allotted four weeks to complete a mandatory clean-up of at least 80% of its 1,039 stormwater inlets. This activity was mandated to meet guidelines established by the Clean Water Act’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program.