Sarasota County Water and Wastewater Data Migration

Jones Edmunds updated the Sarasota County Wastewater GIS network by performing a comprehensive review of existing GIS data against scanned and rectified as-built documents, which included 208 record sets consisting of 1,484 sheets. Utility assets mapped during this effort include:

  • 3,700+ water meters
  • 500+ fire hydrants
  • 90 miles of water distribution and transmission lines
  • 375+ manholes
  • 35+ lift stations and vacuum pumps
  • 18+ miles of force main and vacuum sewer lines
  • 587+ reclaimed water meters
  • 24+ miles of reclaimed water lines

Our efforts also included migrating the underlying wastewater data from as-built documents (scanned TIFFs) into the County’s existing geodatabase. In addition, we spatially adjusting the scanned as-builts provided by the County and digitizing relevant utility data into the geodatabase.

Sarasota County Water and Wastewater Data Migration

Jones Edmunds updated the Sarasota County Wastewater GIS network by performing a comprehensive review of existing GIS data against scanned and rectified as-built documents, which included 208 record sets consisting of 1,484 sheets. Utility assets mapped during this effort include:

  • 3,700+ water meters
  • 500+ fire hydrants
  • 90 miles of water distribution and transmission lines
  • 375+ manholes
  • 35+ lift stations and vacuum pumps
  • 18+ miles of force main and vacuum sewer lines
  • 587+ reclaimed water meters
  • 24+ miles of reclaimed water lines

Our efforts also included migrating the underlying wastewater data from as-built documents (scanned TIFFs) into the County’s existing geodatabase. In addition, we spatially adjusting the scanned as-builts provided by the County and digitizing relevant utility data into the geodatabase.