July 07, 2009 -- Dewberry has announced that it has been selected to begin negotiations with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) for the new Geospatial Products and Services Contract (GPSC). When negotiations are complete, Dewberry will have served USGS on four consecutive contracts since 1998 when the firm was the first to provide LiDAR data to USGS. During its second contract, Dewberry helped USGS produce its first digital orthophotos with an ADS40 digital camera, while during the most recent contract, Dewberry has continued to provide geospatial consulting services in addition to traditional USGS products for The National Map.
“We look forward to continuing our strong and collaborative working relationship with USGS,” said Dave F. Maune, PhD, a senior project manager with Dewberry’s geospatial and program integration group.
Dewberry is a 2,000-person professional services firm, specializing in management and consulting services, infrastructure engineering services, and architectural and building engineering services.
Established in 1956, the firm has more than 40 locations nationwide, with headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, near Washington, D.C. The firm performs photogrammetry, LiDAR, GIS, and quality assurance and control tasks in-house and manages a nationwide team of aerial survey contractors and other geospatial specialists, selected for their innovation, quality, timeliness, and cost-effectiveness. Dewberry also specializes in program management and quality assurance of major geospatial programs for federal, state, and local clients nationwide. For more information, visit www.dewberry.com.