We deliver high quality, cost-effective spatial data capture services ideally suited to Local and State Government, Utilities and private industry.
We have an extensive list of case studies. Here’s a just a few.
The provision of municipal stormwater drainage network data collection and revaluation, to enable the collection of a complete inventory to update Council’s GIS, financial and Assets databases. The data collection was undertaken throughout the entire Maribyrnong LGA.
The City of Casey is Victoria’s most populous municipality. They needed to collect asset information and condition data for over 2,450 parks and reserves for asset management and to assist with new maintenance contracts for Open Space Amenity Maintenance, Sports Fields, Turf and Landscape Maintenance.
The City of Port Phillip covers an area of approximately 21 Km2 with a population of approximately 87,000. Port Phillip is known for its cultural diversity, artistic community, magnificent heritage buildings, foreshore which stretches over 11 km, beautiful parks and gardens and tree lined streets.
To collect drainage inventory data to complement the existing stormwater drainage data in Council’s Asset Management System and determine the overall condition of the Stormwater drainage assets. All asset locations were verified and recorded.
The Falls Creek sewer system has been progressively developed since the resort was established in the 1950’s and existing documents regarding the location and extents of the system are incomplete and have been poorly maintained.
The City of Melbourne is developing and configuring an asset management software solution for all Council assets. To assist with the registration and management of road and park assets, Council needed a series of surface polygons over the roads and parks within the municipality.
As part of the TSC3 funding development project, RapidMap were contracted to work with AssetFuture to map, attribute and condition assess infrastructure assets at over 140 railway stations in S.E. Queensland.
To validate existing Energex street light data to ensure the spatial location, addressing and textural attributes were correct, and to capture new street light data along roads and in parks and reserves.
“…RapidMap’s proven methodology and built-in QC ensured the data was of the highest quality and saved us a great deal of money.”
PAUL LENNOX – GIS & Data Systems Co-ordinator – Bass Coast Shire Council.
We have an extensive list of case studies and Client Testimonials.