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Larry Szarek Penn State University MGIS Program Capstone Project Proposal Using a Utility Geodatabase to Store & Edit Drainage Plat Maps.

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1 Larry Szarek Penn State University MGIS Program Capstone Project Proposal Using a Utility Geodatabase to Store & Edit Drainage Plat Maps

2 Presentation Outline Objective Objective Background Background Identification & Description of the Problem Identification & Description of the Problem Proposed Solution to the Problem Proposed Solution to the Problem Process for Solving the Problem Process for Solving the Problem Potential Obstacles Potential Obstacles Project Timeline Project Timeline Questions/Comments/Suggestion Questions/Comments/Suggestion

3 Objective Arc SDE Geodatabase Feature Classes

4 Background

5 Background Philadelphia Water Department Philadelphia Water Department OUR MISSION The Philadelphia Water Department and Water Revenue Bureau serve the Greater Philadelphia region by providing integrated water, wastewater, and storm water services. The utility's primary mission is to plan for, operate, and maintain both the infrastructure and the organization necessary to purvey high quality drinking water, to provide an adequate and reliable water supply for all household, commercial, and community needs, and to sustain and enhance the region's watersheds and quality of life by managing wastewater and storm water effectively.

6 Background Philadelphia Water Department Philadelphia Water Department System is over 150 Years Old 2 Water Treatment Plants 3 Waste Water Treatment Plants 3,500 miles of Water Mains 3,300 miles of Sewers

7 GIS at the Philadelphia Water Department Began in 1996 Began in 1996 Orthophotography & Planimetrics (1996) Orthophotography & Planimetrics (1996) GIS Strategic Action Plan (2000) GIS Strategic Action Plan (2000) Raster Imaging (2001) Raster Imaging (2001) Engineering Records Viewer (2002) Engineering Records Viewer (2002) Data Conversion ( ) Data Conversion ( ) Data maintenance & Application Development (Current) Data maintenance & Application Development (Current)

8 Applications of GIS at PWD Sewer Assessment & Inspections Sewer Assessment & Inspections Document Management Document Management Hydraulic Modeling Hydraulic Modeling Storm water & Combined Sewer Overflow Modeling Storm water & Combined Sewer Overflow Modeling Planning & Engineering Planning & Engineering Preventative Maintenance Preventative Maintenance Tracing & Valve Isolation Tracing & Valve Isolation Emergency Response Emergency Response Work Order/Asset Management Work Order/Asset Management Legacy Application Linking Legacy Application Linking

9 GIS at PWD Enterprise GIS Enterprise GIS ArcSDE 9.2ArcSDE 9.2 ArcGIS Server 9.2ArcGIS Server 9.2 ArcGIS Desktop 9.2ArcGIS Desktop 9.2 AutoDesk Mapguide 6.5AutoDesk Mapguide 6.5 Water & Sewer Infrastructure Geodatabase Water & Sewer Infrastructure Geodatabase Geometric NetworkGeometric Network 120 Feature Classes120 Feature Classes Over 1 million featuresOver 1 million features

10 Identification & Description

11 Identification & Description of the Problem What is a drainage plat map? What is a drainage plat map? Why are they important? Why are they important? Issues involved with keeping them current Issues involved with keeping them current How can they be improved through the use of a Geodatabase How can they be improved through the use of a Geodatabase

12 Philadelphia Water Department Drainage Plat Maps (History) Date back to the 1940’s when they were maintained as hand drawn linen maps. Date back to the 1940’s when they were maintained as hand drawn linen maps. Converted to Mylar sheets with a corresponding index map in the 1970’s Converted to Mylar sheets with a corresponding index map in the 1970’s Converted to.tif files in 2001 and are now maintained digitally. Converted to.tif files in 2001 and are now maintained digitally. Full Sets are printed once a year and distributed throughout the department Full Sets are printed once a year and distributed throughout the department 4 Years ago the full set was georeferenced & rubbersheeted 4 Years ago the full set was georeferenced & rubbersheeted

13 Philadelphia Water Department Drainage Plat Maps (Specifications) Page Size: 44.5” X 34” Page Size: 44.5” X 34” Actual Map Size: 42” X 24.5” Actual Map Size: 42” X 24.5” Title Block Size: 42” X 5.25” Title Block Size: 42” X 5.25” Scale: 1” = 200’ Scale: 1” = 200’ 123 Sheets to cover entire city 123 Sheets to cover entire city

14 What does a Drainage Plat show? A rough plan view of the entire sewer system (storm, sanitary & combined) A rough plan view of the entire sewer system (storm, sanitary & combined) Size, material, & grade for all sewers Size, material, & grade for all sewers Invert elevations for all manholes Invert elevations for all manholes Base map information (hydrology, streets, facilities, right of ways, railroads, etc.) Base map information (hydrology, streets, facilities, right of ways, railroads, etc.) Street elevations Street elevations Descriptive annotation for specific parts and aspects of the system Descriptive annotation for specific parts and aspects of the system Areas that are currently under construction Areas that are currently under construction

15 Philadelphia Water Department Drainage Plat Maps (Examples)

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18 Drainage Plat Index Grid overlaid on top of city boundary

19 Issues Concerning These Maps Each change to the system is manually edited within the.tif file. Each change to the system is manually edited within the.tif file. The base mapping is out of date and difficult to maintain The base mapping is out of date and difficult to maintain New sets are printed out once a year New sets are printed out once a year They changes made are not georeferenced They changes made are not georeferenced They do not fit into our vision of an Enterprise GIS They do not fit into our vision of an Enterprise GIS

20 Proposed Solution

21 How Using a Geodatabase Can Improve these maps Accuracy Accuracy Presentation Presentation Maintenance Maintenance Analysis Analysis

22 Process

23 Process Identification of the Necessary GIS Datasets and Layers Identification of the Necessary GIS Datasets and Layers Existing LayersExisting Layers Wastewater & Stormwater Geometric Networks Wastewater & Stormwater Geometric Networks Hydrology Hydrology PWD Facilities PWD Facilities Layers that will need to be createdLayers that will need to be created Annotation Layer Annotation Layer Drainage Right of Ways Drainage Right of Ways Layers that will need to be modifiedLayers that will need to be modified Curblines Curblines

24 Choosing a Pilot Tile Criteria Criteria Area that has all 3 types of sewer systemsArea that has all 3 types of sewer systems Full tileFull tile Relatively congested areaRelatively congested area Contains at least 1 of the following:Contains at least 1 of the following: PWD Facility PWD Facility Drainage right of way Drainage right of way Body of water Body of water Intercepting Chamber Intercepting Chamber Intercepting Sewer Intercepting Sewer Force Main Force Main Pump Station Pump Station

25 Process Creation of a Test Geodatabase Creation of a Test Geodatabase On Home ComputerOn Home Computer Microsoft SQL ExpressMicrosoft SQL Express Personal ArcSDEPersonal ArcSDE Full ArcSDE geodatabase capabilities for a few users and one editor at a time Full ArcSDE geodatabase capabilities for a few users and one editor at a time

26 Process Creation of an ArcGIS ArcMap Template Creation of an ArcGIS ArcMap Template Proper SizeProper Size Title Block AreaTitle Block Area Overview MapOverview Map LegendLegend Scale BarScale Bar

27 Process Creation of a Custom Symbol Set Creation of a Custom Symbol Set ArcMap Style ManagerArcMap Style Manager ArcMap Symbol Property EditorArcMap Symbol Property Editor

28 Process Creation of Annotation Creation of Annotation Use of Annotation Feature ClassesUse of Annotation Feature Classes Feature linked Feature linked Stand Alone Stand Alone

29 Process Finalize the Map (Put it all together) Finalize the Map (Put it all together) QA/QC QA/QC Solicit Feedback From Users Solicit Feedback From Users Present Results Present Results

30 Potential Obstacles

31 Labeling of Congested Areas

32 Potential Obstacles Turnouts On Separate Sewers Sewer Turnout

33 Potential Obstacles House lines (Legal Right Of Way) GIS Curb Lines (In Red)

34 Proposed Project Timeline March March Set Up Personal ArcSDE on Home Comp.Set Up Personal ArcSDE on Home Comp. Choose Pilot TileChoose Pilot Tile Create Map TemplateCreate Map Template Assemble all Necessary DataAssemble all Necessary Data April April Create Custom SymbologyCreate Custom Symbology Store Symbology in GeodatabseStore Symbology in Geodatabse

35 Project Timeline May May AnnotationAnnotation June June Put it all togetherPut it all together Get Feedback From UsersGet Feedback From Users QA/QCQA/QC July July Create a Presentation & PaperCreate a Presentation & Paper August August Present Results at ESRI’s User Conference in San Diego, CAPresent Results at ESRI’s User Conference in San Diego, CA (Abstract Accepted) (Abstract Accepted)

36 Questions, Comments, Suggestions


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