Mr. Hyland is an expert in GIS data analysis and can provide support of any GIS application. He is able to design and deploy GIS base systems for small and large applications. Prior to Geovironment Consulting, Mr. Hyland worked in Cultural Resource Management for six years as an Archeological Crew Chief. As a crew chief Mr. Hyland performed a verity of tasks including field and office work. Field work included guiding field crews on archeological surveys, operation of GPS devices, total station operation, and recoding and keeping records. Office work included writing reports, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data analysis. Mr. Hyland has worked with several agencies including the Federal Government: Department of Defense (DOD), Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC). Mr. Hyland has worked with public and private agencies providing field work, reports, and GIS services to agencies such as the City of Anaheim, Southern California Edison (SCE), and Sempra Energy.
BA, Cultural Anthropology,
Humboldt State University
Master’s Degree Candidate GIS, University of Redlands
- ArcGIS & Extensions
- Microsoft Access
Enterprise GIS Management – City of Rialto Public Works, Rialto CA. The City of Rialto Department of Public Works contracted Geovironment to advanced its GIS capabilities. Geovironment has provided GIS data edits, mobile applications and work order management systems utilizing the City’s ArcGIS
Online account. In addition to systems design and implementation,
Geovironment provides as-needed analysis and map production. Geovironment
is currently implementing a City-wide enterprise GIS, including new servers, data store, web applications, high-accuracy gps receivers, mobile applications, and
GIS Management – Valley Wide Parks and Recreation District, San Jacinto,
CA. Valley Wide contracted Geovironment to manage and advanced its GIS capabilities. Geovironment has provided GIS data edits, mobile applications and
work order management systems utilizing the Valley Wide’s ArcGIS Online
account. In addition to systems design and implementation, Geovironment provides as-needed analysis and map production.
GIS Needs Assessment – Valley Wide Parks and Recreation District, San Jacinto, CA. Valley Wide is one of the largest parks districts in the State. Geovironment has been assisting Valley Wide with a GIS needs assessment in order to convert paper records of parks, medians, utilities, and facilities into a GIS. Currently Valley Wide does not utilize any GIS software or maps. Geovironment has been preparing an inventory of
Valley Wide’s data and getting an understanding of what they would like to be able to do with the data in a GIS. Valley Wide has a limited budget for implementation so Geovironment has been working on developing a more cost effective solution while maintaining as many advanced features available in a modern GIS.
Desert Quartzite Solar Project | Palo Verde Mesa, CA: Crew Chief/ GIS Technician. Provided a Class III cultural resources inventory including site recording, database editing, and site GIS data processing.
Electrical Emergency Shut-off System Network Update | Anaheim. CA:
GIS Assistant. Updating electrical network with emergency shut-off switches and ensuring electrical convectively within the network. Public Utilities Department of Substation and Automation Engineering.