GIS + Asset Management
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.
GIS + Asset Management Experience
Property Maintenance Code Compliance Inspection Program
A web map for mobile devices was developed allowing inspectors to enter location of code violations, categorize and record specific information about each violation, and take photographs for GIS implementation.
Northwestern University – Campus Site Survey
Northwestern University required the completion of a campus site survey that would advance the geospatial data activities already underway by its Facilities Department and campus staff. Having completed similar asset management projects for the University of Iowa and South Dakota State University, HR Green was awarded the project. HR Green set up a Geographic Information
Ottumwa Brownfields Redevelopment Project
Environmental investigations allowed the City of Ottumwa to clear several critical properties for reinvestment. HR Green’s innovative GIS prioritization tool was able to identify parcels with known environmental risks that also exhibit strong characteristics for successful development.
The City of Oskaloosa has turned to HR Green on several occasions in recent years to execute community projects. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) has played a critical role throughout.
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.
As is the case in most cities, Shelby has limited resources to invest in various infrastructure systems. Oftentimes, the systems compete for the same funding. In an effort to determine the appropriate level of funding of public improvements and the priority of the improvements, the City of Shelby is working with HR Green to develop an asset management plan and a capital improvement plan.