Geographic information systems

Provost & Pritchard uses geographic information systems (GIS) to integrate different types of spatial data to create useful information for our clients. Our GIS specialists perform analysis and data queries, develop maps and other visualization tools with “intelligent data,” and turn historic data into useful information for modern needs. Information from CAD drawings, global positioning system (GPS) surveys, spreadsheets, aerial photography, and other sources can be combined in GIS for visualization and analysis.


Our staff and clients are using GIS to:

  • Create agricultural and municipal facilities maps
  • Make informed decisions\
  • Improve facilities management
  • Support environmental documentation
  • Centralize information
  • Save time and resources
  • Easily retrieve and display information
  • Perform detailed analyses
  • Enhance community planning efforts

GIS Projects