GEOpermit™ is a web-based permitting system for efficient processing, authorizing and management of internal and external maintenance and construction projects. It is a Business Process Management system integrated with WebGIS and currently in use in many European Cities. To date this application has proven, among other benefits, to reduce traffic congestion and road cuts, decrease personal injuries and car accidents, and eliminate unnecessary street re-pavements. Moreover, it effectively puts a finger on all planned and ongoing changes within public right-of-way. This is an essential key toward acquiring and managing standardized construction as-built data and maintaining an accurate enterprise GIS asset management system, critical prerequisites for implementing 3-D design and digital project delivery methods.
GEOfeature™ is a secure, proprietary web based utility infrastructure management (UIM) application that facilitates identifying, coordinating, and resolving utility issues for project development and delivery. GEOfeature™ enables users to:
- manage a complexity of utility infrastructure data in a structured, secure, readily accessible offsite (cloud) repository
- manage soft and hard conflict information
- engage stakeholders and document coordination efforts
- evaluate alternatives for value engineering
- integrate betterment, relocations, protective measures into mainline schedule
- efficiently produce agreements
Through our innovative software development we help government agencies optimize work flows and leverage processes to reign in and bring order to the often chaotic and random nature of construction, maintenance, installations, and other occupation activities within public right-of-way.
Meet the Team
We are a team of dedicated professionals, ready to do what ever it takes to improve your agency
Philip J. Meis, P.E.
Philip J. Meis, P.E.
Phil co-founded Utility Mapping Services, Inc. in 2002 to execute SUE as a rigorous geophysical and engineering discipline. He’s the functional architect behind GEOdaisia, a web based utility infrastructure management app. Phil’s focus also includes 3D mapping and design, conflict analytics, resolution design, agreements, and digital project delivery. Phil’s current chair for an ASCE utility “as-built” standard. He joined GEOworks USA in 2013 through a JV involving GEOdaisia, LLC and StreetWorks. Phil holds an M.S. in Geophysical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines, and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Iowa State University.