Data management work includes gathering, cataloging, updating and presenting all GIS dataset required for each project. Also responsible for coordinating geospatial data transfers between subcontractors, establishing project-wide coordinate systems and converting to and from Google Earth files and CAD datasets.
Analytical work includes creating shapefiles from digital and physical sources, managing and updating attributes, and identifying and quantifying resources along corridors.
Cartographic work includes developing map templates for each project, and creating maps for reports, internal memos and plots for public meetings.
Sample Project Types include:
• Long Range Planning and State Improvement Programs: Responsible for mapping transportation needs using statewide project lists as well as providing all cartographic materials. Also assists in creating the final geospatial data packets and coordinating efforts among staff and consultant team members as well as with local governments.
• Environmental Impacts Statements and Environmental Assessments: Assists in preparation of NEPA documents. Evaluates qualitative and quantitative environmental impacts along corridors. Assists with the management of and preparation of deliverables for the following tasks: project-related mapping, Agency Coordination, Land Use, Social & Economic Impacts, Farmlands, Right of Way & Relocation, Natural Resources, Visual Resources, Parks, Recreation Areas, & Open Spaces, Hazardous Materials, and Indirect Impacts.