Software development for field inspections of water system assets.
Unidirectional flushing program development utilizing electronic data collection forms and reporting.
NH Department of Environmental Services
A generator needs assessment created through iDataCollect software data collection, reporting, and evaluation.
System-wide unidirectional flushing program for the Boston Water and Sewer Commission, including data collection and electronic data reporting.
Fort Myers, FL
Landfill and wellfield monitoring at the Gulf Coast Landfill, utilizing iDataCollect software for reporting.
Development of mobile data collection solution for development of catch basin inventory program and GIS.
South Burlington, VT
Updates to stormwater GIS utilizing iDataCollect mobile data collection system.
Stormwater data collection and nutrient load modeling for the Town of Truro, MA.
Weston & Sampson will be presenting as part of the 2020 North Carolina ARCGIS Users Group (NCAUG) Virtual Conference, September 2 – 4....
Weston & Sampson was pleased to recently create and provide PPE face shields to the Transitions LifeCare facility in Cary, North Carolina to protect its residents and health care providers from the coronavirus....
Weston & Sampson has received platinum and gold recognition for its Visualization projects in the AVA Digital Awards 2020 competition....
Weston & Sampson utilizes its own commercially permitted and insured drone, operated by our FAA licensed pilot, to provide clients with aerial photography and video services at project sites....
Weston & Sampson provides hands-on, around the clock emergency repairs of water, wastewater, and stormwater collection and distribution systems, pumping stations, treatment facilities, and tide gates. Through our 24/7 emergency response service, clients have peace-of-mind knowing we are available to respond at any time, including weekends or holidays, to diagnose and fix their problems, all with just one phone call....
Weston & Sampson performed a project that required historical existing documents to be scanned and indexed to CDDVD for archiving. The almost 100 year old rolled historical plans (up to 42 inches by 27 feet) were carefully placed between clear sheets of plastic to protect them from damage during the scanning process. The scanned images were then geo-referenced, tiled, and re-printed into a more manageable a 42 inch by 36 inch map book....