Bennett & Williams offers a number of services that utilize the use of Geographic Information System(s) (GIS).  Bennett & Williams pursued the integration of GIS in the performance of environmental projects.  GIS allowed for the special comparison and visualization of relational databases to evaluate large amounts of environmental data.  For instance, a well designed GIS could be used to evaluate the chemistry and geochemical datasets between numerous wells in a hazardous waste site.  The GIS also could be used to structure the data for 3D modeling efforts to better simulate large impacted environments.


Today, GIS allows for a growing area of handling and analyzing large amounts of special data that illustrating earth sciences including geology, hydro-geology, soils, geophysics, and environmental assessments.  Best of all, advancements in information management technologies allows for responsive software, smart devices and mobile applications to be accessed virtually everywhere.  Sharing and collaboration of public and private GIS datasets is growing rapidly enabling our clients to benefit with better available information that they can use to make informed decisions.


Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Based Utility Management Systems featuring the following services:

  • Turn-key GIS Development, Creation, Hands-On Training and Deployment for Utilities
  • Detailed Distribution Management Designs for Operations and Maintenance
  • Time-tested GIS and Unique GIS Approaches for Utility-wide Acceptance and Operations Efficiencies
  • Real-time Monitoring and Data Collection Design
  • GPS Collection Consultings and Personalized Training
  • Online Mapping Services for Work Order Support
    ESRI ArcGIS Online (AOL) for MOBILE Deployment
  • AOL Applications Design, Development and Deployment
  • Asset Management Systems Development and Analytics
  • Operations Workflow Tracking, Support and Training
    Integrated Hydraulic Modeling (all popular modeling software)
  • GIS Assisted Contaminant Transport Modeling
  • Water Quality Monitoring & Modeling (TTHM, HAA5)
  • Contingency Planning and Customer Notification
  • Capital Improvements Planning & Targeted Growth Strategy
  • Integration with Automated Customer Billing Systems
  • Trouble Shooting Utility GIS Configurations, Upgrades, and Integration of Other Utility Technologies

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