Richmond, VA – January 14, 2008 - Timmons Group, a leader in geospatial and engineering consulting services, was selected by Washington State’s Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) to migrate existing tabular and geospatial data and upgrade existing ESRI software. Timmons Group will also develop an ArcGIS Server internet portal for the DAHP that allows both public and secured subscriber access to sensitive archaeological and cultural resource data.
This contract enables Timmons Group to develop a technical architecture that allows for expansion of portal offerings and system and user documentation for ongoing operation and support of DAHP’s web portal applications.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to provide the DAHP with a secure and robust system that will allow appropriate entities access to cultural resource data,” says Lowell Ballard, Director of Advanced Technologies for Timmons Group. “We look to leverage our industry-leading experience in providing secured ArcGIS Server applications to meet the needs of the DAHP allowing them to better serve their clients.”
About Timmons Group
Timmons Group is a leading provider of geospatial, information architecture and engineering services focusing on ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Mobile and Enterprise solutions. Timmons Group is a privately held ENR 500 company and maintains a strong business partner relationship with the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), a world leader in GIS modeling and mapping software and technology. Timmons Group is a multi-award winning ESRI Business Partner whose clients have won many awards including the ESRI Special Achievement Award (SAG) in GIS.
For more information about Timmons Group’s technology services, contact Lowell Ballard at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.timmons.com/markets-and-services/technology.asp.
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