Managing facility and infrastructure assets throughout their various life cycle stages is challenging. However, having a good asset management plan in place can maximize performance efficiency and reduce overall costs. An integrated set of strategies that analyzes existing infrastructure assets to extend their service life and maintains expected service levels is key. Geographic Information System (GIS) services can play a heroic role.
The GIS Foundation
For more than 15 years, we have been providing GIS services to help our clients manage their data and assets. This geospatial foundation stores and displays accurate reflections of real-time locations and circumstances, allowing organizations to make better decisions over time. Plus, it is easier to assemble, analyze and manage facility and asset data stored in GIS. This can contribute to more efficient and cost-effective design, construction, and maintenance projects. We’ve seen superior results, time and time again.
A Team Dedicated to Serving New England Communities
Tighe & Bond delivers informed and well-developed GIS solutions to our clients with a full-time staff of GIS analysts, technicians, programmers, and information technology (IT) professionals. We have assisted more than 40 New England municipalities, water suppliers, sewer agencies, and private organizations with GIS development and analysis activities.
Our primary GIS focus is supporting the needs of New England municipalities by developing, maintaining, and delivering GIS related products and services. Our work regularly consists of the services sought by New England communities, specifically field data collection, data verification, training, large format map scanning and conversion, and application development.
Our broad range of GIS services includes asset inventory and management, hydraulic modeling, utility mapping, as well as parcel and land use data management. In addition, we offer web-based GIS hosting applications, full-scale GIS implementation planning, and GIS software training. As part of our full service offerings, we also develop cutting-edge and customized GIS applications for both public and private clients.
Numerous New England Communities
Nathaniel (Nat) Norton has more than 20 years of experience in the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) field. As the Director of Tighe ...
Senior GIS Analyst
Sam Swartwout has eleven years of experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). He specializes in data development and analysis, sewer...
Elizabeth (Libby) Baldwin is a
vice president with more than
34 years of experience in
water resources and
wastewater projects. Her ...
Senior Vice President, Business Line Leader - Water
Peter Grabowski serves as a
principal and project manager
for a variety of water projects.
His experience includes
Project Manager Tiffany Labrie is a civil and environmental engineer specializing in water and wastewater conveyance and treatment. Her spec...
Peter Galant is a principal and the technical director for Tighe and Bond’s water business. He has broad water system planning, engineerin...
Peter Valinski is a principal and one of Tighe & Bond’s client service leaders responsible for developing and executing the growth st...
Vice President / Technical Director
Chris Bone serves as principal
and project manager on a
variety of water and wastewater
projects. He specializes in treatment facility ...
Senior Project Manager
Erin Moore is an environmental
engineer and project manager
with experience in municipal
water, wastewater and
stormwater projects. ...
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