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O’Dell Engineering GIS News: Land Subdivision GIS Created

O’Dell Engineering has implemented a new GIS to manage the land subdivision process. The GIS will be used by O’Dell Engineering land surveyors on major land subdivision and master plan community projects throughout the California Central Valley. The GIS allows land surveyors at O’Dell Engineering to quickly and efficiently access records related to the subdivision […]

O’Dell Engineering GIS News: Update of Right-of-Way Acquisition GIS Begun

O’Dell Engineering has just started a major update of the GIS design it uses to manage land surveying data and real property records for the large right-of-way acquisition projects. The GIS is designed to manage information on land ownership information, tax assessor information, parcel boundary data, and information collected during boundary field surveys performed by O’Dell Engineering […]

O’Dell Engineering Land Surveying News: Survey Connections Monthly Publication Launched

O’Dell Engineering is publishing a brand new monthly publication entitled Survey Connections. The publication will be based on the company’s successful “Land Connections” letter and will have the same format. The publication is freely distributed.  Survey Connections will help civil engineers, structural engineers, and geotechnical engineers better understand survey technologies and work products they may […]

In The News: Dispute Over Ground Water Well In Patterson

The Modesto Bee Newspaper reported on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 that there is a legal dispute over the rights to water from a large ground water well in Patterson, California. The industrial ground water well was formerly used by Patterson Frozen Foods and has a capacity to rival that of all the other water users […]

In The News: San Joaquin County Plans Vineyard Regulation Changes

San Joaquin County has taken two (2) recent actions related to the regulation of vineyards and wine making. CBS Sacramento reports that the San Joaquin County Planning Commission will soon vote on a ban on winery events on the over 100,000 acres of vineyards within the county boundary. The ban is opposed by the Lodi […]