Alum Rock Park, in San Jose, California, was the state's first municipal park, opened in 1872. Popular with local residents and nature enthusiasts, the fire road and trails in the park were severely damaged by landslides caused by heavy rains in February 2017, resulting in the closure of the park. Our strategic partner GeoWing Mapping was contracted by engineering and planning firm Sandis to create a planimetric map, 3D model, digital elevation model of the park, and a section of nearby Sierra Road, which also suffered damage in the rainstorms.
Hawk Aerial Geomatics, using our extensive piloting and terrain-following flight expertise, executed the flight and data capture services.
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