Georgianna Strode

Brian Garvey is a Florida Professional Engineer with Southeastern Surveying and Mapping Corporation where he serves as a Vice President of the Geographic Information Systems Division and works as a Project Manager for large scale GIS asset inventory and condition assessment projects. He received his Civil Engineering degree from Georgia Tech in 1983 and his Master of Science in Computer Engineering from UCF in 1986. Brian began his career in Stormwater Engineering, but transitioned into GIS mapping, because maps are much cooler then engineering drawings.

Specialties: GIS Database Design, Field Data Collection, Infrastructure Condition Assessment


Development of a GIS Database for Orange County's ADA Transition Plan

The American's with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires local governments to perform a self assessment as part of their ADA Transition Plan to document deficiencies in the County's facilities. This presentation will discuss the development of a GIS data model for ADA Facilities, Movement Barriers, Obstacles and Hazards. The presentation will also discuss Orange County's Methodology for field data collection as part of this Self-Assessment, along with example reports and exhibits.