ASI provides rapid turnaround and high-quality mapping of feature conditions to assist utility engineers throughout the design/inspection process. ASI’s utility mapping experts have performed hundreds of jobs nationwide, from mapping of business park-level node sites to transmission line corridors stretching thousands of miles.
Under the blanket purchase agreement (BPA), ASI will compete to provide high-resolution, vertical imagery to support various Farm Production and Conservation (FPAC) geographic information system (GIS) programs, including but not limited to resource management, conservation programs, crop compliance, and disaster response.
Mike Tully, CEO of Aerial Services Inc., was presented with the MAPPS President’s Award by the MAPPS President Susan Marlow (Stantec, Nashville, TN). This marks the 7th consecutive year Mike has been the recipient of the award. Mike’s dedication and service as the Program Committee Chairman was recognized by the President of MAPPS.
The QL2+ lidar data will be processed by Aerial Services to provide USGS, its partner the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), and regional stakeholders with updated topographic mapping. The project area spans across Bond, Calhoun, Clay, Clinton, Effingham, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jersey, Macon, Marion, Moultrie, Perry, Richland, Shelby, Vermilion, and Washington counties.