SCE Celebrates GIS Day!

Date: November 16, 2022

Happy GIS Day! SCE offers collaborative, innovative partnerships and experiences using a variety of GIS Solutions for Government, Gas/Electric Utilities, Water/Wastewater, and Real Estate Development throughout the nation.

SCE uses a highly collaborative and responsive approach to developing Integrated Data, Collection, Mapping, Training, and Application Solutions. SCE uses the latest in technology resources, hardware, and software to ensure our Clients are provided with efficient products and optimal services. SCE’s standard is to deliver GIS Services and Solutions that are Affordable, Integrated, Functional, and User Friendly.

Check out some of our GIS Project Highlights below. We are proud to Celebrate GIS Day and highlight the innovative solutions this technology offers!

GIS Project Highlights

GIS Day Overview:

Materials Tracking & Traceability:

SCE team members were out on site for a field demonstration to South Jersey Industries (SJI), South Jersey Gas (SJG), and Elizabethtown Gas (ETG) on our Material Tracking & Traceability Program. Our project team members gave an overview of this innovative and cost-effective solution that tracks gas system assets in accordance with Federal (PHMSA) and State regulations and Client specific requirements. This program is built on Esri software which allows for field asset and sub-centimeter geospatial data to be collected accurately and efficiently during construction without the need for additional subscriptions or proprietary software and equipment. All field data is available to the Client in real-time. Project milestones continue to be met and full project implementation is quickly approaching!

Enhanced GIS Piedmont Enhancement Project:

Atlanta Gas Light (AGL) identified aging infrastructure that needed to be replaced through their Distribution Improvement Program. Due to the location of this project being in one of the highest congested areas in the City of Atlanta, it took several years of planning. Because of the nature of the project, AGL had to accomplish multiple goals, installing both a 12-inch steel HP distribution line for pressure improvement and replacement of an existing 8-inch plastic distribution line all within the same trench. In addition, a zinc ribbon was installed for AC mitigation. The SCE Project Team had to adapt the Field Maps and Enterprise Data Collection form to document both steel and plastic main install into the same web-map while still capturing high-quality data. Installing a steel pipe then partially backfilling and installing a plastic line is something the Enhanced GIS team had to navigate and think outside of the box to accomplish. Though this project presented tight working hours in a city environment, lack of records for existing utility information, and other challenges associated with construction, SCE completed data collection on time with no errors and was able to report this pipeline to Federal and State regulators and comply with all audit documents easily and efficiently.

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