Geographic Technologies Group technicians will be on-site throughout August conducting a field inventory of Lawrenceville’s electrical assets along streets and medians. (Courtesy Geographic Technologies Group)

Lawrenceville currently charting entire electrical system

Lawrenceville has contracted Geographic Technologies Group (GTG) to provide a comprehensive Geographic Information System (GIS) database of the city’s electric system.

GIS technician’s for GTG will be on-site throughout August conducting a field inventory of Lawrenceville’s electrical assets along streets and medians. GTG staff will be travelling by rental car, company car, and on foot during daylight hours to complete the electric data collection. This will include photography of various electrical assets.

This data will be used to determine areas of strengths and weaknesses and help the city plan for future improvements in the most cost-efficient way.

Questions: electricity@lawrencevillega.org or 770-963-9834.

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