Orange & Rockland, an electricity and gas supplier throughout New York and New Jersey, needed to locate transmission structures and identify potential encroachments.
Utilizing high-accuracy GPS and electronic data loggers to capture encroachment attributes and digital photos, our team of experts conducted an extensive field survey. Spanning approximately 300 miles of utility right-of-way (ROW) corridors, CHA employed innovative tools and techniques to successfully locate transmission structures and identify potential encroachments. The encroachment points were analyzed in GIS to prioritize and mitigate critical issues and secure the integrity of these vital pathways.
Providing service to over 300,000 customers.
Field survey of approximately 300 miles of utility right-of-way.
Neal has over two decades of experience in the management and delivery of geospatial solutions to energy, transportation and municipal clients. He is actively involved with the firm's largest oil and gas projects.