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    Since its creation in 2007, Geospatial has delivered the highest quality pipeline location, data acquisition and mapping services available. By utilizing multiple technologies and refined data collection and management techniques, Geospatial effectively serves all pipeline sectors. Geospatial economically maps most pipelines to an accuracy of less than 10 cm (3.9 inches). Our technologies map HDPE – PVC or metallic underground pipes and conduits from 1 inch diameter and greater to depths of 50 feet (15 m). We map pipelines under rivers, lakes, ports and inshore waters with depths to approximately 180 feet (55 m).
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    Geospatial utilizes various data acquisition tools including in-pipe and surface-method technologies to locate and create accurate 3-D maps of underground pipelines. Our array of data collection technologies and extensive experience with difficult and unique situations helps insure your pipelines, whether underground, underwater or aboveground will be mapped accurately and effectively. Our services aim to save you time and resources, and mitigate risk from liability by making your pipeline data complete, accurate, and securely accessible via the web.
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    Geospatial recognizes that managing pipeline data in a useful and easily accessible way is critical to getting the most value from your infrastructure systems. To accomplish this, GeoUnderground™ was developed. GeoUnderground™ is your secure, web-based solution for a simple, effective cloud-based display tool for your 3D pipeline location and attribute data. GeoUnderground is our proprietary cloud-based software developed on the Google Maps Engine and Google Maps API.
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Whether your pipelines are underground, aboveground or underwater, Geospatial has unique pipeline mapping and management solutions for the oil and gas, electrical, municipal and telecommunication industries. Our technologies map pipelines under rivers, lakes, ports and shallow in-shore waters such as the Gulf of Mexico to depths of 180 feet (55 meters). Additionally, our mobile ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) mounted mapping units are available for highly accurate (less than 10 cm or 3.9 inch deviation) long-range gas distribution/transmission projects. Geospatial's aerial sensors can be deployed by helicopters, fixed-wing air planes and soon, unmanned aerial vehicles "UAV's". Our aerial sensors can map both metallic and non-metallic pipelines as well as locate and geo-reference underground pipeline leaks. Our 3-D data acquisition and mapping services can save you time and resources by exceeding industry standards for accuracy without costly excavation or changing your preferred methods of sharing data.

Case Studies

Geospatial Underwater Mapping of Submerged Pipelines in Potable Water Reservoir

A submerged pipeline in a Northern California drinking water reservoir had inaccurate or unknown coordinates making underwater construction and maintenance of pipelines inefficient, costly and unsafe. Read More

Geospatial Underwater Mapping Keeps Lights on in D.C.

A submerged electrical transmission conduit of unknown depth and location spanned a river that needed dredging for increased shipping traffic. Geospatial was called to determine the precise 3-D coordinates including depth of the conduit to ensure safety and keep the electricity flowing. Read More

Geospatial Maps at Night to Solve Driller's HDD Problems

A sanitary main sewer line was struck and damaged during a horizontal directional drilling (HDD) project due to inaccurate and incomplete spatial data of existing underground infrastructure. Geospatial was called to correctly map the underground infrastructure due to their reputation for accuracy and their ability to map at night. Read More

Geospatial Keeps Construction Workers and Citizens Safe

A highway expansion project needed accurate 3-D coordinates of a natural gas pipeline to ensure safety to construction workers and local residents. Geospatial's Smart Probe technologies provided accurate 3-D location of pipeline exceeding 21' depths. Read More

Case study- underwater recreational mapping

Geospatial Maps New Natural Gas Pipelines Beneath Multiple Waterways

Two new underwater pipelines were installed beneath multiple waterways in recreational areas, making the verification of their location more difficult than usual. Read More

Smart Probe Mapping Chicago, Illinois

Inner-duct used to map existing clay conduit package. Read More


Geospatial has collected many miles of infrastructure data for a wide variety of industries including Federal Agencies, Energy and Telecom companies and utilities, Municipal and Commercial clients, as well as, International clients. Specifically, Geospatial has worked for these pipeline operators and utilities who are among the largest in the world:

Geospatial Corporation Clients


Geospatial Corporation’s stock trades on the OTC Pink exchange under the common stock symbol “GSPH”. Geospatial offers various stock option incentives to its employees due to our belief that the Geospatial Team should benefit from their efforts and join in the success and growth of Geospatial.


For more information about exciting career opportunities at Geospatial, visit our Careers Page.