Closed and neglected golf courses are becoming a major issue for local communities in the desert. When they fall into a state of disrepair and become a blighted part of the landscape, it can bring down property values and lower the appeal of an area. In the Coachella Valley, where we have the highest per … Continue reading Golf Course Conversions – How to Proceed in this Emerging Market
Today is GIS Day, a day when GIS practitioners celebrate the technology and applications of geographic information systems (GIS). GIS Day reminds us to educate others about GIS science and technology and demonstrate how GIS is utilized to help make a difference – whether that difference is for an organization, the community, society, or the … Continue reading Every day should be GIS day
due dil•i•gence [due diligence] NOUN law reasonable steps taken by a person in order to satisfy a legal requirement, especially in buying or selling something. Unforeseen setbacks can postpone a project causing delays for weeks or even months. Issues not evaluated and considered in a budget or a schedule, applicable policies focused on legal and … Continue reading Have you done your Due Diligence?
Doug Franklin, Vice President of the Altum Group is happy to announce that Chris D. Moore, AICP, ENV SP has joined The Altum Group as Environmental Planning Manager. Mr. Franklin notes that Mr. Moore brings superior client services to The Altum Group while broadening the expansion of the Altum Group into the San Diego area. … Continue reading Chris D. Moore joins The Altum Group as Environmental Services Manager