Why do you need Mapping and GIS service?

Large amounts of data are collected through detailed site investigations to idenfify contamination in soil and groundwater or during periodic monitoring events for groundwater, landfill gas and leachate.

Using GIS to process, manipulate and integrate field and geospatial data, Landserv canprovide a visual representation of geospatial information providing a cost effective solution to projects and clients, while allowing data quality integrity and risk management.

These geospatial data sets can be easily analysed or modelled to assist site owners make better informed decisions regarding the ongoing management or to support proposed planning and development of their sites. Site owners can also easily present or communicate sites’ status to regulators and other stakeholders.

How can Landserv help?

Our mapping staff can process, translate, manage and present your GIS or Computer Assisted Drafting (CAD) data into usable dataformats for your organisation. We can also compile maps and plans for reports, strategic planning requirements and presentations. Solutions can also be customised for the implementation and integration of GIS, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), imagery and CAD.

Landserv’s cartographers and GIS staff are experienced in the following industries:

  • Environmental
  • Archaeology & Cultural Heritage
  • Ecology
  • Coastal Management
  • Asset Management
  • Ports & Harbours
  • Geological & Geophysical
  • Natural Resource Management

Featured Project

Multi-site soil contamination assessment

Over the period of 2018 to 2019, Barwon Water undertook a ‘Legacy Sites Program’, involving a number of preliminary assessments across their landholdings for potential contamination. The assessments categorised various sites based on potential risk. Thirteen sites including various water reclamation and treatment plants, depots, reservoirs, and basins were identified as requiring additional on-ground intrusive [...]

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