To be frank, the reason I launched this company in 2018 is because God told me to.
At first it was a bit scary, but I have a lot of perseverance and faith. Being my own boss is energizing as I am fully responsible for the business. I enjoy providing several options to my clients and thus have an à la carte menu for model and map components from which my clients can pick what they want to see.
My consultant clients will love to retain billable hours for themselves when they can assist in developing digital data inputs for their model using the Excel templates I provide (with instructions). And after I build a model, I enjoy teaching a client how to manipulate, slice, and interpret their 3D models. When my clients can interpret the models, they can then also create a presentation to show their model’s key findings to others. On the other hand, as needed, I can develop all of the digital inputs, interpret the model, and provide key images, PowerPoints, videos, and even written reports to my clients – it’s completely their call. I don’t care as much about my billings as I care about having satisfied, repeat customers!
I am confident that the more a person uses 3D models, the more they see the benefits that 3D models provide. Gaining new perspectives and insights is rewarding. Making it possible for others to be confident in what is revealed by 3D models and maps is our main mission.
I work with our clients to understand their situation, main goals, budget, schedule, and expectations. In this way, we can recommend model options to suit their needs. I take pride in my work and value integrity above all else.
My services don’t require me to be a local, because I can research the local geology, and data is data no matter where the project is at. I have served clients and projects throughout the US while being based in metro Denver, Colorado.
Here’s some interesting things I’ve seen over the years:
- Flowing artesian wells.
- Buried paleochannels serving as groundwater flow conduits.
- Well pumping causing streams to literally disappear into the ground.
- White flames coming from the ground at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal (phosphorous buried in trenches in WWII era).
- Dam failures, landslides, heaving soils, & groundwater trespass.
- Contamination of a public water system aquifer to the point where the majority of wells had to be shut down.
- Persistent plumes in tight formations with absolutely no risk to receptors (possibly good candidates for low-risk closure where allowed).