In 2011, Endpoint worked with the Port and URS (Oakland, CA) to build a Google-based interactive map featuring over 1000 photographs of the Embarcadero.
Endpoint’s Founder and Managing Partner Catherine Huybrechts Burton was thrilled and honored to participate as remote sensing expert and cartographer with team AI Motorvators (Los Angeles, CA) in the first and second Autonomous Vehicle Grand Challenge race.
Endpoint served as a subcontractor to Ellis GeoSpatial (Walnut Creek, CA) on a project to map change detection using historic aerial imagery for Chevron Corporation.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has been a client since 2010. Endpoint has performed remote sensing image pre-processing and analysis services to help manage dust and vegetation in Southern California’s Owens Valley.
Ms. Huybrechts Burton’s graduate school remote sensing project management work at NASA Ames Research Center’s DEVELOP Program served as the impetus and catalyst for Endpoint Environmental.
Endpoint has served San Francisco Public Utilities Commission in many GIS capacities since 2009, including working on the: Alameda Grazing Management Plan, Watershed Assessment Data Collection, Calaveras Dam Replacement Project, and several smaller projects.
Endpoint serves as a subcontractor to several primes on the San Francisco Department of Public Works As-Needed Environmental Consulting and Planning Services contracts (ECS 2010 and 2013). Recently Endpoint completed Phase 2 of the Watershed Assessment Data Collection project, in which we created an catalogued database of 4000+ boring logs throughout the City.
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency requested cartographic services from Endpoint. We built a prototype, large-scale walking and transportation map of San Francisco’s Union Square neighborhood. 100+ copies of the map were printed, laminated and displayed in Muni’s new “wave” bus shelters throughout Union Square, and parts of the City’s South of Market and Financial Districts.
Endpoint has been working closely with URS since 2009 on a variety of project and programs, including: Calaveras Dam Replacement Project and Alameda Grazing Management Plan for SFPUC, and projects with Port of San Francisco and California Coastal Conservancy.
Ms. Burton serves as a “Modern Cartography” teacher at UC Berkeley’s summer Academic Talent Development Program.
Endpoint served as a subcontractor to URS Corporation (Oakland, CA) on a project for California State Coastal Conservancy mapping the San Francisco Bay Area’s South Bay Salt Ponds.
California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery was the first contract won by Endpoint in 2006. We were tasked with mapping waste tire piles using high resolution satellite imagery and an original image processing algorithm.
Since 2010, Endpoint has performed remote sensing image processing services as a subcontractor to Air Sciences on the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s Owens Lake Dust Mitigation Services program.
NDEP – For Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, Endpoint staff worked as a subcontractor to Northgate Environmental Management (Oakland, CA) to recreate as-built drawings in a GIS for the Tronox chemical facility and a number of other utilities related maps.
San Francisco State University Foundation – Endpoint worked with the Foundation as a subcontractor on the CalRecycle waste tire management map.
Northgate Environmental Management has been a partner and client since 2010 on projects for Nevada Division of Environmental Protection and San Francisco Department of Public Works.
Endpoint provided product management expertise on the Urban Forest Map.
Endpoint is currently serving on two GIS-related contracts as a subcontractor to Baseline: San Francisco Department of Public Works As-Needed Environmental Consulting and Planning Services (ECS 2013), and Port of San Francisco As-Needed Environmental Consulting and Related Professional Services (2013).
Endpoint serves as a subcontractor to Weiss Associates on the San Francisco Department of Public Works As-Needed Environmental Consulting and Planning Services contract (ECS 2013)
“Endpoint has provided quality technical services that allowed us to meet our client’s needs.” Steve Leach Vice President / Department Manager URS Corporation
“The staff at Endpoint Environmental provided our agency with exceptional service when they prepared an entirely new cartographic product for use in San Francisco Municipal Railway transit shelters. Although faced with evolving goals and high standards, they retained the flexibility to meet our needs and deliver the artwork on time. The result was a map that satisfied all the stakeholders while serving both aesthetic and...