Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a key component for organizing and managing spatial data. The use of GIS services has grown significantly in recent years and has proven to be a successful way to manage the location and condition of assets. EDT’s GIS team has experience working with county, city and state governments as well as private clients in mapping underground utilities, using data from field surveys, GPS, record drawings (such as plan and profiles or as-built drawings) and CAD files. EDT also has experience identifying ponding/poorly functional infrastructure in urban drainage systems and updating their existing GIS database accordingly. Further, our team of professionals has experience using GIS to identify infrastructures and determine the best course of action, whether the feature needs cleaning or a full reconstruction. In addition to identifying these structures, EDT staff performs cost estimation, feasibility analysis and quantity takeoff to provide the client with all the necessary information to make informed decisions for the success of their utilities. Our GIS team works seamlessly with all EDT project managers and with the soil lab manager to effectively map soil condition assessment results from EDT’s in-house soil lab. In addition, the GIS technicians work closely with EDT’s field teams to fully incorporate field notes, photos and asset attributes into the project’s geodatabase. These deliverables have helped our clients make decisions on the status of their infrastructure and actions that need to be taken to avoid expensive catastrophic failures.