Geographic information systems make it possible to query, interpret, visualize and comprehend spatial and factual information in ways that reveal trends, patterns and relationships in the form of maps, reports and charts. GIS has emerged in the last decade as an essential tool for urban and resource planning and management. The capacity to store, retrieve, analyze, model and map large areas with huge volumes of spatial data has led to an extraordinary proliferation of applications. Geographic information systems are used for land use planning, utilities management, ecosystems modeling, landscape assessment and planning, transportation and infrastructure planning, market analysis, visual impact analysis, facilities management, tax assessment, real estate analysis and many other applications.

GIS consist of hardware and software systems, as well as the operating personnel and geographic data that are stored, retrieved, analyzed and mapped. Spatial features are stored in a coordinate system which references particular locations on the Earth. Descriptive attributes are associated with spatial features within the same coordinate system, and they can then be layered together for mapping and analysis.

Provided by Client:
Access to the specific spatial and factual information

Provided by TMG:
1. Experience with MapInfo AnySite, ARC/INFO and AutoCAD
2. Facility management
3. Ecosystems modeling
4. Development planning

1. Thematic maps, layout plans
2. Tables with the result of market analyses or space allocation

1. Gaming and other market assessments
2. Airline and concession space allocation at airports
3. Land use plans

Isleta Casino Resort, D’Iberville Casino, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, Richmond International Airport

email: Anthony J. Mumphrey Jr.
Tel: (504) 569-9239, Ex. 26.

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