Burns and McDonnell

Indoor GIS

 

Service Offerings

  • BIM standards development
  • Facility asset data collection and computer-aided design (CAD) data conversion
  • Green building systems optimization
  • Indoor GIS data model development and indoor GIS system implementation
  • Indoor GIS project planning and road map development
  • Interior wayfinding and routing
  • Space planning and reconfiguration
  • Systems integration to support equipment monitoring

Implementing GIS indoors can help manage your facility assets, provide efficient operations, and create safer facilities for your employees and visitors. Facility geographic information systems (GIS) create a platform where you can transform disparate data points into a digital twin of your facility — a digital replica that that connects a model of the facility with information about how users interface with it, the value extracted from it, the life cycle of the building and its contents, and more. It provides insight into actionable opportunities for cost-effective and smart business decisions about facility operations.

Our facility GIS team connects the construction and procurement process with facility managers’ objectives, tying spatial data and digital deliverables to the physical assets of a completed facility. We lay the groundwork and build the integrations, dashboards and workflows that lead to solutions that meet your project needs. We have guided federal, aviation and commercial clients through initiatives that incorporate building information models (BIM) across campuses to link data to individual assets and equipment.

We integrate dynamic data about critical systems with models to put functional information about your facilities at your fingertips, putting you on the path to a high-performance building.

Chris Underwood, 1898 & Co.
Brian Hiller, MBA
Geospatial Technologies Manager, 1898 & Co.
816-605-7925

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