November 1, 2017

Geosyntec Data Management Practice Highlighted in Engineering News-Record

Jamey Rosen (Ontario) was recently tapped for insight on current advancements in geospatial database technology and geographic information systems (GIS) for the "Underground Today III, Digging Deeper" section of the Engineering News-Record Magazine October 9 edition.

In the section titled "Deep Foundation Advancements," Jamey highlights how Geosyntec teams use advanced geospatial database technology and geographic information systems in two- and three-dimensions, resulting in significant savings of time, staff, and money on projects by providing real-time data and informative views of excavations. The technology is currently supporting the rehabilitation of the Chickamauga Lock Excavation, a United States Army Corps of Engineer project in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Jamey Rosen is a Principal Geoscientist based in Ontario with more than 20 years of experience focused on information management system design and development and geographic information systems. Jamey has developed systems to validate, manage, analyze and visualize construction, geotechnical, and environmental data for projects and facilities in the United States and Canada.

Engineering News-Record provides engineering and construction news, analysis, commentary and data to help construction industry professionals do their jobs more effectively. ENR reports on the top design firms, both architects and engineers, and the top construction companies as well as projects in the United States and around the world.

More Information

Read the article at: Underground Today III.
Learn more about ENR at: https://www.enr.com/.
For consultation regarding data management techniques, contact Jamey Rosen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Learn more about Jamey at: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/jamey-rosen

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