SUN PRAIRIE, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES, October 16, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Continental Mapping has been awarded a master contract to provide mapping services to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT). The geospatial services support WisDOT projects such as roadway and bridge design, construction, and maintenance as well as transportation facility planning. The two-year master contract taps into Continental Mapping’s wide range of capabilities, from collection and processing of aerial imagery, aerial and mobile lidar, photogrammetric mapping, digital terrain model creation, and ground control survey services. Continental Mapping has been a geospatial provider to WisDOT for over 20 years.
Headquartered in south central Wisconsin, Continental Mapping has completed 160 projects for WisDOT throughout the state from major metropolitan areas to the expansive Northwoods. The firm began working with WisDOT providing photogrammetry services and has now expanded to a full complement of geospatial services. Continental Mapping is proud to support WisDOT in their development and operation of a safe and efficient transportation system and infrastructure throughout the state.
Continental Mapping’s President Chris Gross said, “We’ve been working continuously with WisDOT for two decades and look forward to supporting one of our longest-term clients into the future. As a Wisconsin-based company, we understand WisDOT’s needs and how to apply our best geospatial solutions throughout the state.”
Continental Mapping is currently a prime contractor for seven Departments of Transportation throughout the country, providing a broad range of geospatial services. The company supports DOT needs from asset inventory, to field services, regulatory compliance, to construction design and maintenance.
About Continental Mapping
Continental Mapping Consultants, LLC. is a dynamic, midsize geospatial technology and automation company providing authoritative geospatial answers for global markets. Sourcing data from earth, sky, and space, we develop actionable intelligence to enhance critical decision-making for government and private entities focused on national security, mobility, infrastructure, and environmental concerns.
Proven processes and proprietary technologies augment our geospatial data collection, curation, analysis, and dissemination capabilities. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Continental Mapping has mapped in over 180 countries and on all seven continents.
Source: EIN Presswire