The Town of Hertford, N.C., has selected McLean Engineering Company to provide GIS mapping and pole attachment support for its Public Works Department.
Hertford selected McLean Engineering to provide an attachment inventory in an effort to keep in compliance with their joint use attachment agreements and to improve relationships with its attachers.
The Town of Hertford has also selected McLean Engineering’s MapLayers program, a GIS platform built with small utilities in mind. MapLayers’ cloud-based, user-friendly software offers powerful functions for electric utility mapping, joint use attachment counts, as well as other utilities and city departments and mobile accessibility. Most importantly, this approach is low-cost and flexible, which allows Hertford to maintain flexibility and control of its distribution assets and makes it easy to afford the cost of keeping maps up-to-date – the most essential function of any map.
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About McLean Engineering
Established in 1936, McLean Engineering is approaching 80 years of experience in the power engineering field, serving electric utility systems throughout the United States. McLean Engineering has an unparalleled reputation for providing safe, reliable and durable design solutions by focusing on long-term relationships with their clients.
McLean Engineering provides design, engineering, inspection, and energy solutions, and is a nationally-recognized expert in the area of pole attachments, having presented to national audiences on the topic at numerous industry conferences and webinars and consulted for electric utilities across the U.S. on pole attachment issues. To find out more, please visit our blog at mcleanengineering.com/blog.
About the Town of Hertford, N.C.
Chartered in 1758 and the seventh oldest town on North Carolina, Historic Hertford, once home to the Algonquin Indians, is now the county seat of Perquimans County. Nestled on the Perquimans River, picturesque Hertford can be approached by traveling over the only “S” shaped swing bridge in the nation. Its tree-lined streets, waterfront parks, 1825 Federal-style courthouse, and well preserved late 18th to early 20th century Queen Anne Colonial Revival homes beckon to visit. To learn more, visit townofhertfordnc.com.