About GeoCounsel                                                                          

 

GeoCounsel is a 100% U.S.-owned corporation registered in Colorado, USA.  It has been in business since 1993 as "GeoConsul", and changing its name to "GeoCounsel" in 2003.  It provides services that are normally linked to mapping in some form or another, including GIS, GPS, photogrammetry, hydrology and geodesy. 

 

Harold Schuch, GeoCounsel's owner and principal consultant, has the following background

  • B.Sc in Geodetic Sciences, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ont., Canada
  • M.Sc. in Civil Engineering, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, University of Washington, Seattle, WA USA
  • Ph.D. (cand.) in Civil Engineering, Hydrology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO USA
  • PE in Civil Engineering, Colorado, active 
  • Certified Photogrammetrist, ASPRS, inactive
  • Lecturer, "Engineering Surveys", Department of Civil Engineering, University of Colorado, Denver, CO USA
  • FAA 333 UAV Exemption, and Part 107 Remote Pilot license.    

Since 1993, we have completed over 160 projects in 16 countries.  The types of projects we have completed most frequently are the following:  

  • Administrative or technical project formulation in mapping, GIS, and hydrology
  • Photogrammetric mapping, project evaluation, and expert witnessing
  • Aerial photo interpretation for exhibits/depositions/courts 
  • Hydrologic reporting on construction projects with Drainage Reports and disturbed area assessment

GeoCounsel also provides job training for those who are involved in the geomatics industry (mapping, surveying, photogrammetry, geodesy, GIS, GPS).  We have trained over 3000 employees, from GIS operators to Chief Surveyors.  Our clients represent the who-is-who of the industry, and representatives of cities, states, and countries.  We can train in 6 languages.  We offer a live web course (check it out under the Services > Training tabs.  

  

We are located in the Ken-Caryl Valley of Littleton, CO, a suburb of Denver and home to deer, elk, bear, and mountain lion.   

 

 

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