Net Gains

by Mark D. Bucknam, P.E., Div. Mgr.; GZA's Information Systems Div., Manchester, NH,
Edward F. Hawkins, Assoc. Prin.; GZA's Information Systems Div., Manchester, NH,
Matthew A. Sanfilippo, Manager; GZA's Information Systems Div., GIS Resour. Ctr., Pittsburgh, PA,

Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1998, Vol. 68, Issue 11, Pg. 49-51

Document Type: Feature article


Project Web sites can be as simple as a repository for drawings and documents or complex enough to allow real-time dialogue between interested parties and project monitoring. One of GZA's project sites helps a client remotely monitor the remediation of contaminated groundwater on an island site where its facilities once operated. Another allows a New Jersey utility to coordinate efforts to investigate and remediate environmental damage at a dozen different sites, and a third keeps track of critical construction information on a tunnel that's part of Boston's Big Dig.

Subject Headings: Project management | Site investigation | Mitigation and remediation | Groundwater pollution | Construction sites | Utilities | Tunnels

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