Greg Grabner- GIS Specialist
As a GIS Specialist for Wetland Services, Inc., Greg uses GIS services for 401/404 permits, Rosgen-based stream restoration to produce 3D streams, maps and wetland designs.
Greg Grabner brings 13 years of advanced experience in the GIS field. He currently works at Wetland Services providing GIS services for 401/404 permits, Rosgen-based stream restoration to produce 3D streams, maps and wetland designs. Before Wetland Services he worked for MRC, Inc, as a GIS Project Supervisor, where he oversaw the completion of GIS projects, designed websites, and managed the majority of Evansville and Vanderburgh County, Ind., ESRI maintenance and software accounts. Prior to that, he worked for the Evansville/Vanderburgh County Building Commission, where he maintained and updated GIS software, created new databases, created 3D models of 100-year old floodplains, and evaluated legal documents to ensure compliance with National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) standards.
Other accomplishments include:
- Identified more than 40% of Vanderburgh County’s FEMA regulated floodplain in the northwestern portion of the county that were removed.
- Identified and executed a more effective way for the County Assessor’s office to maintain their CAMA and Parcel layers in ArcGIS environment instead of Workstation.
- Proficiency in programs such as: ArcGIS Suites 8.x9.x, 3D Analyst, ArcIMS, ArcSDE, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Geodatabase Design, ArcGIS Model Builder and more.
- Helped establish the Evansville Water and Sewer Departments ArcSDE work environment that could accommodate multiple users and edits.
- Worked with Vanderburgh Counties Central Dispatch to setup a Street Centerline that could be used in their OSSI system.
- Created the Vanderburgh Counties Area Plan Commissions Zoning Layer by heads up digitizing scanned maps that where georectified.
- Assisted the Gibson County Surveyor in georectifing historic aerial photography that can now be used for surveying purposes.
- Indiana Geographic information Council (IGIC)
- Kentucky Association of Mapping Professionals (KAMP)