Geospatial Corporation Completes Mapping Of Pipelines Under The Savannah River

Staff Report From Savannah CEO

Friday, August 25th, 2017

Geospatial Corporation announces that the Company has completed the mapping of three pipelines under the Savannah River for an industrial facility in Savannah, Georgia. The project concluded in late August and had a value of approximately $125,000 in revenue to Geospatial.

The client, a global industrial corporation, selected Geospatial along with Jacobs Engineering from several companies to perform the technical task of mapping one effluent waste pipeline and two bundled high-voltage conduits, all running underneath the Savannah River.

"We are proud of our team," said CEO of Geospatial Corporation, Mark Smith. "This was a difficult assignment. The project consisted of precision mapping of a 42" wastewater line and a 6" and 10" high-voltage electrical conduit submerged under 50 feet of water and under approximately 40 feet of silt on the bottom of the river. We are pleased with our execution of our client's mission critical project." 

Mr. Smith also added, "$125,000 in revenue for one project is significant. It was evidence we are capable of completing larger contracts, and an indication of our potential for substantial revenue growth. Most importantly, our credibility as a leader in subterranean mapping was enhanced by providing a showcase of our technical capabilities while working alongside one of the most impressive global engineering firms in the world."