Read Microsoft PowerPoint - GisDay2010Brochure_nsq.ppt text version

Sponsors:

Exhibitors:

November 17-18, 2010

University of Houston 4800 Calhoun Rd. Houston, Texas 77004

University Center (2nd floor)

www.HoustonAreaGISDay.org

Table of Contents

Exhibitor List and Profiles GIS Day Student's day Event Schedule. UH GIS Map Exhibit Hall Layout Sponsor Acknowledgement Page 3-7, 14-15, 16 Page 8, 9 Page 10-11 Page 12, 13

Special Thanks to our 2010 GIS Day Planning Committee and Their Organizations Allison Alford, Western Data Systems Andre Bally, Harris County PID, CAMS Kim Ricker, GIS Chair, Rice University Larry Nierth, City of Houston, P&D

Mobile Unit, Geocaching, Computer Lab, Poster Sponsors Page 16 Biography of Keynote Speaker GIS Committee Members Acknowledgement Page 18 Page 19

Schedule of Events on November 17, 2010-University of Houston Houston Room 9:00 a.m. - 9:10 a.m. Exhibit Hall Welcome & Introductions, Recognition of Dignitaries Kim Ricker, Rice University Opening Address and Remarks by Dr. John Casey, University of Houston Keynote Speaker: Drew Stephens, The GIS Institute "Components of Disaster Management & Readiness Strategies Utilizing GIS" Exhibit Hall and Map Gallery Open (open also Nov. 18) Speaker Presentations Patti Joiner, Knudson LP "Planning and Use of GIS" Andre Bally, Harris County PID/CAMS "The CAMS Map Viewer ­ A Comprehensive Browser Based Map Viewing Solution" Jeff Scarborough, Dannebaum Engineering "Use of Internet Based GIS for Water Distribution Decision Support" Jeff Ledbetter, Greater Houston 9-1-1 "Routing Emergency 9-1-1 Calls in a Next Generation Environment Daniel Bally, City of Houston "Locating 3D Microwave Transmission Obstructions" David Moss, Harris County Appraisal District "What's Hurting GIS Websites: Data, Data, & Design!" Jeff Saunders, Texas Task Force 1 (TX_TF1) "Use of GIS for Search & Rescue" Steven Stewart, petroWEB "GIS Integration with Oil & Gas Applications"

Ashok Wadwani, Applied Field Data Systems Casey Lyde, Fort Bend County

Lori Kircher, City of Houston, PWE Mandy Lu, City of Houston, PWE

9:10 a.m. - 9:20 a.m.

9:20 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Christina Dischinger, Harris County PHES David Feinstein, RS&H David Moss, HCAD Grant Garrison, Port of Houston Authority Greg Arnold, Missouri City Janet Kohlhase, University of Houston

Maria Vera, Houston TranStar

10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Bluebonnet Room 10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m

Melvic Degracia, Harris County PID Nicholas Popovich, ESRI Noel Estwick, Prairie View A&M Robert LaBarbera, HoustonGalveston Area Council Dr. Shuhab Khan, University of Houston

11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

11:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Jean Niswonger, Rice University

Scott Lamon, Harris County Flood Control District

1:15 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.

Jeff Ledbetter, Harris County 9-1-1 Khadijah Bilal, Harris County Appraisal District

2:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Vince Hamilton, Michael Baker, Inc. Vincent Sanders, University of Houston

2:45 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

3:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Page 19

Keynote Speaker

Drew Stephens Executive Director, The GIS Institute

The Houston-Galveston Area Council's Geographic Data Committee is pleased to announce Drew Stephens, Executive Director of the GIS Institute as this year's GIS Day 2010 keynote speaker. Shortly after the Deepwater Horizon Explosion on April 20, 2010, and subsequent fire and sinking of its Mobile Offshore Drilling unit in Houma, LA, a team of "GIS Smoke Jumpers" from across the US deployed to Houma. Drew Stephens of the GIS Institute, served as the GIS Unit Lead in the Incident Command Post. In his keynote, Stephens will examine the components of disaster management and strategies for the GIS aspects of disaster preparedness, as well as give an inspiring look at how the "people" component of GIS is the most important part of "being ready". Stephens is the executive director of The GIS Institute (www.thegisinstitute.org), which he founded in 2001. A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, the Institute is dedicated to facilitating GIS acquisition and implementation for humanitarian and conservation-related organizations that could otherwise not afford GIS tools needed to support their missions. Current projects for Mr. Stephens and the Institute include; developing a citizen science-based method of tracking and collecting plastic debris in near-shore California, preparing a GIS monitoring center for The Gulf of Mexico, and utilizing GIS to map a future preservation area of coral reef and mangroves in Belize. In the recent past, Stephens has worked as President of AllPoints GIS, Inc., providing domestic and international GIS training and services to various organizations in the U.S. such as the National Science Foundation (NSF), The US Forest Service, Antarctic Support Associates, and The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). He also worked for several years as an Applications Specialist/Instructor for ESRI.

Page 18

Booth

Exhibitor Name

Profile Page 4 4 4 5 5

6 10 12 16 18

Michael Baker Jr. Inc. City of Houston, Planning and Development City of Houston, PWE, GIMS City of Houston, PWE, Public Utilities Division Columbia Regional Geospatial Service Center

7 11 2

ESRI Fort Bend GIS Consortium The GIS Institute

5 6 18

9 8 4 1 5 13 17 19 21 14 3

Harris County Appraisal District (HCAD) Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) Harris County Public Infrastructure Department Harris County ITC (HCITC)/Spatial Services Houston-Galveston Area Council (HGAC) Idea Integration Infogroup Government Lone Star College-Montgomery PennWell MAPSearch Teach Me GIS Tessellations

6 6 7 7 7 14 14 14 15 15 15

20 15

Texas Southern University Western Data Systems

15 16

Exhibitor Profiles

Baker Energy / Michael Baker Jr.Inc. NorthBelt Office Center II 785 Greens Parkway, Suite 100 Houston, Texas 77067 Phone: 281-539-7345 Michael Baker Corporation (AMEX:BKR), founded in 1940, provides engineering and GIS services nation wide. The GIS service line was implemented in 1973 and today Baker has over 400 GIS professionals on staff and provides GIS services in the areas of Transportation, Public Infrastructure, Asset Management, Hydraulics/Hydrology and Systems Integration. Baker is the primary GIS consultant for FEMA and is currently the program manager for the National Map Modernization program for creating new flood insurance maps for the entire nation. Baker has a strong presence in Texas with offices in Houston, Austin, San Antonio,Denton and Arlington. Baker has a data collection and processes established for building digital representations of the physical assets using sophisticated field data collection techniques, proprietary applications for accurate georeferencing of construction documents and automated methodologies for digitizing and verification of the GIS data products.

Notes

City of Houston Planning & Development 611 Walker St., 6th Floor, Houston, TX 77002 GIS Services Help Desk: (713)837-7777 Fax: (713)837-7716 The Planning & Development Department maintains and operates the City of Houston Geographic Information System (COHGIS). COHGIS staff utilize data provided by Federal, State, County and local government entities to produce data sets that are distributed and used by other GIS operations, both public and private, within this region. The department is also leading an initiative to create an Enterprise GIS Service, focused on bridging access to the City's various data resources through data standards, enterprise database technology, Web portal services and new applications development. A core team of GIS analysts and developers is currently undertaking this exciting challenge.

City of Houston Department of Public Works and Engineering Geographic Information and Management System (GIMS) 611 Walker, Houston, TX 77002 Phone: 713-837-0164 [email protected] http://www.gims.houstontx.gov The City of Houston Department of Public Works and Engineering provides detailed infrastructure information and GIS technologies and services to its employees through the Geographic Information & Management System (GIMS). This system is available to the general public online and includes over 300 data layers. Among the online applications fully integrated with GIS, are the Street Cut Permit System (SCPS), Steel Plate Permit System, Traffic and Transportation Permit System, Houston Bikeways, and Utility Analysis System. Other GIS/Web based applications are continually being developed and refined to meet the needs of users.

Page 4 Page 17

Exhibitor Profiles

Western Data Systems 14722 Regnal Houston, TX 77039 Office: 281-987-1815 Toll Free: 281-897-1815 www.westerndatasystems.com Western Data Systems is an authorized Trimble dealer specializing in the sales, rental, training and service/repair of Trimble GPS and Optical Land surveying, Mapping, Marine and Construction products. With offices in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Oklahoma City and Pharr you are never far away from the experts.

Exhibitor Profiles

City of Houston Department of Public Works and Engineering Public Utilities Division (PUD) Operations Support Branch - GIS Services 611 Walker ­ 21st Floor [email protected] My City Public Utilities Viewer: http://mycity.houstontx.gov/pud_public/index.html The GIS Services Group is tasked with providing GIS technology to all branches within the Public Utilities Division. The group is comprised of Data Management and Data Analysis Teams working towards a common goal of developing the most accurate GIS data sets. These data sets enable the PUD branches to perform their Core Business functions more effectively. The Data Management Team creates and maintains quality geospatial data for the City's water distribution systems and wastewater collection systems while the Data Analysis Team focuses on uncovering insights and trends to improve management decisions.

Mobile Unit Sponsors

Geocaching Sponsors

Columbia Regional Geospatial Service Center Stephen F. Austin University Nacogdoches, TX www.crgsc.org The Columbia Regional Geospatial Service Center (The Columbia Center), established in 2005 by Congress, is the national model for a growing network of regional centers, delivering the most upto-date geospatial information and tools for regional support with ·emergency planning and response ·economic development ·natural resource management The Columbia Center provides backup services, data storage and redundancy to other regional centers, and serves as a conduit between local, state and federal entities.

GIS Student's Day Computer Lab Sponsors

Esri Houston Satellite Office 11200 Westheimer, Suite 630 Houston, TX 77042 p: 713.401.0658 f: 713.782.5958 www.esri.com

GIS Day Poster Designer

Esri's geographic information system (GIS) software has given clients the power to think and plan geographically for over 40 years and is used in more than 300,000 organizations worldwide. GIS helps cities, governments, universities, and Fortune 500 companies save money, lives, and our environment. From transporting ethanol to studying landslides, GIS combines hardware, software, and data to collect, manage, and analyze geographic information, which helps people view relationships, patterns, and trends. Solve problems and make better decisions by looking at your valuable data in a way that is quickly understood and easily shared.

Page 16

Page 5

Exhibitor Profiles

Fort Bend County GIS Consortium Robert "Casey" Lyde - Fort Bend County GIS Administrator 1124 Blume Rd. Rosenberg, TX 77471 Office: 281-633-7523 The Fort Bend GIS Consortium is a public entity comprised of local governments that works collectively to achieve the benefits of GIS and related technology. By collaborating, communities unlock opportunities otherwise unavailable because of complexity or cost. Private industry plays a role to the extent that it can provide specialized aspects of these systems. This partnership provides an environment where success is predictable and costs are contained. Periodic meetings bring participants together to see what others are doing and take back new ideas on how to make their GIS program run more efficiently. The increased communication has assisted in data accuracy and sharing as well as to build a sense of community amongst member agencies. Above all, the GIS Consortium works to foster cooperation to solve common problems. The GIS Institute PO Box 5533 Asheville, NC 28813 Phone: 303-881-1595 http:/thegisinstitute.org For more information on the GIS Institute, please see Page 18 Keynote Speaker note.

Exhibitor Profiles

PennWell MAPSearch 1455 West Loop South, Ste 400, Houston, TX 77027 www.mapsearch.com PennWell MAPSearch is an energy information provider to the oil, gas, electric and related industries. Information is provided as GIS (Geographical Information Systems) data, or in wall map, state map, or atlas format. PennWell MAPSearch provides the most accurate, timely and complete GIS data available for North American petroleum pipelines and electric power infrastructure. Our databases encompass natural gas, crude oil, refined product, LPG/NGL, petrochemical pipelines and their facilities. Our data and maps are used by petroleum pipeline companies, exploration and production companies, energy marketing companies, financial investment firms, consulting companies that serve the energy industry, governmental agencies, and other related organizations every day. TeachMeGIS.com Jennifer Harrison, President 713-278-7883 3000 Wilcrest Houston, Texas 77042 www.TeachMeGIS.com Inner Corridor Technologies, Inc., is a leader in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) consulting and training in Houston. Staffed with GIS professionals who have extensive industry experience, our ESRI® Authorized Training Partner team offers high quality training, locally, at a reasonable price. At our office or in your training room, for large groups or a few people, with ESRI materials or our custom courses, TeachMeGIS.com can help with your training needs. Our professional GIS consulting staff members are also available for short- or long-term projects. Please call us if you need help meeting your company's goals for GIS. Tessellations Inc. 2002 Timberloch Place, Suite 420 Woodlands, TX 77380 Phone: 936-321-1998 Fax: 281-667-3253 www.tessellations.us Tessellations Inc. (www.Tessellations.us) was established in 1998 to serve the Greater Houston Area with high quality Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing services. Our services include on-site user support and end-to-end GIS consulting services. Tessellations is currently servicing several local governments with data conversion, application development, and ArcGIS server tuning and maintenance needs. Tessellations Inc. also has ESRI authorized trainers for Introduction to ArcGIS II and III, and Working with ArcGIS Spatial Analyst. Training can be conducted at either the client site or at our training center in The Woodlands. Texas Southern University 3301 Cleburne, Houston Texas Urban Planning & Environmental Policy Program Recruiting Desk: 713/313-4836 TSU established its first Masters of City Planning program in the 1970's. In 2003, a reconstituted program Urban Planning & Environmental Policy continued the tradition of offering geographic Information systems classes as a staple. TSU have been a licensed user of ESRI GIS programs since 1988 with the advent of ArcInfo 1.0. Currently students are trained using all aspects of the ArcInfo platform. The program offers both a Masters in Urban Planning & Environmental Policy (MUPEP) and a PhD. The Masters program has four concentrations with Geographic Information Systems using ESRI state of the art ArcInfo programs utilized in all concentrations. We are committed in staying relevant in all aspects of our urban environment by utilizing the best faculty, resources, and systems to foster competent graduates' that can take the call from day one.

Page 15

Harris County Appraisal District 13013 Northwest Freeway, Houston, TX 77040 Office: 713-957-7489 Fax: 713-957-7489 www.hcad.org The Harris County Appraisal District, a political subdivision of the State of Texas, is responsible for local property tax appraisal and exemption administration for nearly 640 jurisdictions (taxing units) in America's third most populous county. Over 1.3 million property parcels are located in our service area and consequently in our GIS database. The GIS at HCAD, since its inception in 1993, has become a critical tool used daily by HCAD staff. The result of our GIS, detailed and accurate maps and data, have become the staple for local taxing units and government agencies, property owners and private industry alike. Harris County Flood Control District 9900 Northwest Freeway, Houston, TX 77092 Office: 713-684-4000 Fax: 713-684-4140 www.hcfcd.org The Harris County Flood Control District is a special purpose district created by the State legislature in 1937 in response to devastating floods that struck the region in 1929 and 1935. The District's boundaries are coincident with Harris County, and the Harris County Commissioners Court serves as our "board of directors" to provide our elected representation. In June 1998, the District became part of the new Harris County Public Infrastructure Department, although the Harris County Flood Control District remains a separate legal entity and retains its public identity. The District will be working with the Public Infrastructure Department to identify opportunities for improved coordination and efficiency with its other divisions. The Flood Control District's mission in simple terms is to: devise the flood damage reduction plan; implement the plan; and, maintain the infrastructure.

Page 6

Exhibitor Profiles

Idea Integration 3200 Southwest Freeway, Houston, TX 77027 Office: 713-353-4503 [email protected] Idea Integration strategically combines front-office solutions (strategy consulting, user experience design, application development) with back-end implementation (customer relationship management, business intelligence, enterprise application integration, and GIS) for strong financial returns on large-scale, core IT, and business projects. As an experienced e-business integrator, we synthesize disparate data and information into knowledge, and apply our creative vision to craft powerful solutions to our clients' business challenges. With vertical expertise in healthcare, energy, technology, retail, and especially the public sector, our clients include Fortune 1000 and middle market companies in the United States and federal, state, and local governments and educational institutions.

Exhibitor Profiles

Harris County Public Infrastructure Department CAMS (County Asset Management System) 1001 Preston, 5th floor, Houston, Texas 77002, 713-755-7194 The Harris County Asset Management System (CAMS) was established in June 2004, during the Capital Improvements Hearing, in which the Harris County Commissioners' Court authorized; "Management Services and PID to develop an asset management system for tracking of infrastructure. Included will be a centralized system for recording all county owned land including historic cost and values. These records will assist the County Auditor in preparation of the county's financial statements." To date the CAMS team has developed several solutions utilizing various technologies. Show cased for GIS Day, a corner stone application, the CAMS Viewer, is a browser based mapping application which provides a user friendly interface for non GIS experts to view various map features which originate from the Public Infrastructures Geographic Information System (GIS) and their associated data sets from multiple databases. This solution brings a more comprehensive data view to our project managers and our executive level personnel to assist them with their decision making processes or to better direct their project related questions to the appropriate personnel. Utilizing this and other toolsets, the CAMS team has also been able to develop a more accurate inventory of county assets. This tool can be used by the Harris County Auditor to assist with their asset reconciliation processes.) Harris County Information Technology Center (ITC) Architecture Team, Front Office Applications/GIS and The Spatial Services Committee for Harris County 1310 Prairie Suite 1501, Houston Texas, 77002 Travis Conner: [email protected], 713-368-0006 Enterprise-wide GIS functionality is available to Harris County departments through the Information Technology Center (ITC). Identifying and meeting the business' demands is a core challenge in a new era at ITC. Our Front Office Applications team is growing with additional GIS tools. More than answering "Yes" to the question "Can you print a map for me," we enjoy showing how a geographical point can have mountains of information behind it. GIS can use business information and add logic to solve crimes, help decisions about where to place polling locations, better assign parolees to probation officers, and map underground utilities in parks "as built", not "as designed". Through our customers in Harris County departments, citizens are better served with GIS technology. Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) Data Services 3555 Timmons Lane, Suite 120, P.O. Box 2277 Houston, TX 77027 Office: 713-627-3200 Fax: 713-993-2481 www.h-gac.com The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) is a voluntary association of local governments and local elected officials in the 13-county Gulf Coast Planning Region, an area of 12,500 square miles with over 5 million people. Local elected officials organized H-GAC in 1966 after authorization by State enabling legislation. H-GAC now has 132 local government members, including all major general-purpose local governments in the 13-county region: 13 counties, 105 cities, 14 school districts. H-GAC gives highest priority to serving local government needs to help them plan for tomorrow. It promotes voluntary approaches in region-wide purchasing, solid waste management, air and water quality, workforce development, criminal justice system improvements and law enforcement officer training, transportation system improvement planning, 9-1-1 emergency communications, services to senior citizens, and other significant areas of concern to local government.

Page 7

Contact: Al Benek Title: Vice President, Government Division Address: 5711 S. 86th Circle, Omaha, NE 68127 Phone: 800.555.5211 Fax: 402.978.4403 Email: [email protected] Web Address: www.referenceusagov.com Infogroup® is a leading provider of business and residential information for government, reference, research and analytics. It provides accurate, in-depth information on 14 Million U.S. Businesses, 115 Million U.S. Households, 215 Million U.S. Consumers, as well as Historical data, Canadian data, International data, data processing, email addresses, analytics and related services. Government officials and contractors use Infogroup geo- coded data for transportation modeling, emergency preparedness/management, environmental impact analysis, hazard mitigation, economic development, research, planning, education, investigative purposes and more. Our business file contains 160 elements on more than 14 million U.S. businesses--including the business name, location, franchise code, industry classification code, the number of employees, and the sales volume. Infogroup provides geo-coded employer and household data ready for immediate importing into all GIS platform products using its standard latitude-longitude coordinates. Numerous national organizations, state, federal and local government agencies, including the FBI, Homeland Security and Department of Transportation, use our consumer and business information to make critical decisions every day. Lone Star College-Montgomery 3200 College Park Drive Conroe, TX 77384-4500 Montgomery.LoneStar.edu Land Surveying Program Director: [email protected] The Division of Business and Social Sciences at Lone Star College-Montgomery offers classes that are dynamic, in-demand and high-tech that set up our students for success in computer information technology and business as well as the social sciences. Our Land Surveying program prepares students to enter a high-tech profession that uses state-of-the-art equipment to determine the exact location and measurement of points, lines, and contours of the earth's surface as a land surveying technician. Lone Star College System consists of five colleges including LSCCyFair, LSC-Kingwood, LSC-Montgomery, LSC-North Harris, and LSC-Tomball, six centers, LSCUniversity Center, LSC-University Park, Lone Star Corporate College, and LSC-Online. With more than 58,000 students in credit classes this fall, LSCS is the largest institution of higher education in the Houston area and third largest community college system in Texas. To learn more visit LoneStar.edu.

Page 14

Sponsor Acknowledgement

Rice University, Fondren Library, Room B40, GIS/Data Center Head: (713) 348-5691. Support Specialist: (713) 348-2595 [email protected] http://library.rice.edu/gdc Rice University has consistently ranked among the top 20 universities in the U.S. overall and has received recognition for quality of student life and best value among private universities. The GIS/Data Center (GDC) in Fondren Library at Rice University offers GIS instruction, support, and consulting services to the Rice Community, as well as area non-profits, educational institutions, and local governments. The GDC offers a series of free 2-hour GIS short courses on a variety of topics, providing users with hands-on experience using GIS to approach real-world situations. The GDC also provides individualized instruction and assistance to students, staff, and faculty in over 30 departments and houses a large collection of digital GIS data, specializing in the greater Houston region.

SCAUG-South Central Arc User Group www.scaug.org HAUUG-Houston Area Arc Users Group http://houstonareagis.org SCAUG is the South Central Arc User Group, an organization dedicated to the benefit of users of ESRI's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software. Since 1990 SCAUG has provided GIS resources and tools for GIS users and professionals in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Membership connects you to a community of knowledgeable professionals in this growing GIS industry. Save the date for the 21st Annual SCAUG Conference, San Antonio, TX April 4-8, 2011. University of Houston College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences The University of Houston College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, with nearly 400 faculty members and approximately 4,000 students, offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in the natural sciences, computational sciences, and mathematics. Faculty members in the departments of biology and biochemistry, chemistry, computer science, geosciences, mathematics, and physics have internationally recognized collaborative research programs in association with UH interdisciplinary research centers, Texas Medical Center institutions, and national laboratories. One of six departments in the college, the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences offers a 15credit-hour graduate certificate in geographical information systems designed to provide students with knowledge and experience to compete and work in the GIS field in both the public and private sectors. The combination of courses focuses on acquisition, storing, visualization, modeling, and analysis of information on spatial phenomena with some emphasis on geospatial applications. Nine credit hours of core courses comprise Introduction to GIS, GIS Applications, and Remote Sensing. Each is a threecredit-hour course. Students also take three credit hours of electives from the following: Advanced GIS for Geologists, Advanced Engineering GIS, and GIS courses from other UH departments such as social sciences. Additional requirements are a research project supervised by a qualified professor in the area of a student's specialty or a senior research project for well-qualified undergraduates, selected topics in geology, or a thesis or dissertation hours for graduate students. For more information about this certificate program, contact Shuhab Khan, Associate Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, at [email protected], or by telephone at 713-743-3411.

Page 8

Page 13

Sponsor Acknowledgement

Thank you very much to our sponsors, without whose generous contributions GIS Day would not be possible. Michael Baker, Inc- See Page 4 Infogroup ­ See Page 14 The GIS Institute- See Pages 6 and 18 WDS ­ See Page 15

The Virginia and Andre Bally GIS Study Scholarship, established by the Bally family, awards $500 to a Houston area high school student that wins the GIS Day Essay Competition.

Dannenbaum Engineering 3100 West Alabama Houston, TX 77098 Phone: 713-520-9570 www.dannenbaum.com Founded in 1945, Dannenbaum Engineering is a long term success story. Proof of our staying power is evident both in the enduring relationships we build with our clients and in the long-lived projects we help them construct. Over 60 years we've seen markets shift, client expectations expand and technology evolve in astounding ways. Yet through it all, our framework has remained stable and our strategy has never wavered. By combining depth of experience with forwardthinking solutions, Dannenbaum is helping clients achieve their goals and expectations. Houston Tran Star 6922 Old Katy Road, Houston, TX 77024 Office: 713-881-3000 www.houstontranstar.org Houston TranStar, is the transportation and emergency management center for the greater Houston region. It is responsible for the planning, design, operation and maintenance of more than 15,000 miles of roadways. Camera views of traffic on Houston's highways and now traffic signal outages are also at www.HoustonTranstar.org. The City of Houston, METRO, Harris County, and the Texas Department of Transportation provide current and planned road construction project information in the Roadworks website at http://roadworks.houstontranstar.org Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. 1700 West Loop South, Suite 1450 Houston, Texas 77027 713 840-1511 Malcolm Pirnie, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ARCADIS-US, is one of the largest firms in the U.S. focused exclusively on environmental issues. For more than 100 years, we have provided environmental engineering, science and consulting services to over 5,000 public and private clients. Our Red Oak Consulting group combines environmental expertise and hands-on engineering and operational experience with cutting-edge management know-how to help clients identify and manage issues affecting their information technology strategies, architectures, infrastructures, systems, and organizations.

Page 12 Page 9

Information

Microsoft PowerPoint - GisDay2010Brochure_nsq.ppt

10 pages

Report File (DMCA)

Our content is added by our users. We aim to remove reported files within 1 working day. Please use this link to notify us:

Report this file as copyright or inappropriate

965230


You might also be interested in

BETA
Early Voting Schedule - November 2011-All Three Lang.pub
Microsoft Word - Final Public Access Council Report 8-04.doc
New Orleans Cookbook Bibliography
2005 Oklahoma State Highway Map