Pacific GPS

Geospatial Services

PGPS offers a full suite of geospatial consulting services, including: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) customization; remote sensing; data collection, processing, management; and integration of GNSS (GPS) data into ESRI, Autodesk, or other formats. Examples of projects include:

Utility Manhole Mapping Project

Utility Manhole Mapping Project, City and County of Honolulu (CCH), HI. 2006 to present.

PGPS routinely conducts GPS surveys of existing street assets such as manholes, drain inlets, catch basins, valve boxes, street survey monuments, fire hydrants, and centerline monuments, to support the efforts of the CCH's Department of Design and Construction. The data is integrated with existing CCH data sets to ensure infrastructure compatibility during repaving projects on Oahu. In addition to conducting the field work, PGPS facilitates interaction between CCH and construction firms, providing project management for the GPS portion of the paving projects. The data is collected by PGPS field crews from local and arterial streets using Trimble's Geo XH's running Terrasync software. The data is post processed using Pathfinder Office software to a high accuracy specification, and then exported into Autodesk and/or ESRI GIS formats. CCH and the construction firms use this data to perform quality control on the paving process, which significantly reduces the accidental paving of street assets.

Architect and Engineering Services for Professional Geographic Information & Services (GI&S)

Architect and Engineering Services for Professional Geographic Information & Services (GI&S) for Activities at Various Locations, Primarily in the Pacific and Indian Ocean Areas, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific (NAVFAC PAC). 2009 to 2012.

PGPS is the Prime contractor, teaming with L-3 Services Inc. and Towill, Inc. on this $5M three year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. PGPS is the Program and Contract Manager, overseeing a variety of geospatial tasks including data collection through remote sensing (e.g. satellite imagery, LiDAR, aerial photography), feature extraction, research of records, and field data collection (e.g. conventional surveying techniques, GPS, ground penetrating radar.) PGPS manages updates and maintenance of GIS data, research and population of metadata, training, documentation of GIS data, preparation of technical user guides and manuals, writing of technical reports pertaining to GIS systems development and needs, database design and development, data modeling, database administration; development and/or implementation of GIS applications for the desktop, server, and Internet environments; the electronic integration of graphic, narrative, pictorial, and tabular data; on-site support, underground utility surveying, and floor plan and real property inventories and updates.