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GIS Cheat Sheet for End of Construction Season Planning

GIS Cheat Sheet for End of Construction Season Planning

Have you ever noticed that there just never seems to be enough time to get done what needs to be done when it comes to the end of construction season?

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The Benefits of Attributing and Linking Asbuilts to Your Utilities

The Benefits of Attributing and Linking Asbuilts to Your Utilities

Populating attribute fields in your GIS may seem like a daunting or even unnecessary task at times, but the information being added to your utilities will more than likely come in handy down the line. Aside from being able to access important utility information quickly (pipe size, length, material, inverts, year installed, etc.), it can make searching for particular data in your GIS (such as documents) much easier. 

Linking As-Builts

Linking As-Builts

Today we will be explaining how the "Link Asbuilt" tool is utilized in your GIS viewer. This tool is extremely helpful to those working out in the field, as well as in the office. It is a way to archive and retrieve as-built documentation for when issues may arise. With the flow and accessibility of this information being streamlined, project decision-making efficiency can be significantly improved. We are able to link your engineering record drawings directly into your GIS. Here is how you access them:

As-built Upload Tool

As-built Upload Tool

Uploading your record drawings as points using your Document Upload Tool is all well and good, but what if you want your asbuilts tied directly to your assets? Look no farther than the Asbuilt Upload Tool. If you have the tool in your site, you will see it under one of your tabs with this icon:

Zoning Tool

Zoning Tool

While the most accurate way to track Zoning is via direct editing in ArcMap software, the “Zoning Add/Edit” tool can be used for quick zoning changes that follow parcel lines. Found under the "Public Works" tab, the tool allows users to select parcels and add/edit the zoning information displayed in the map.