Geospatial and Land Surveying


LACO’s fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles together with licensed pilots allows us to visually observe and assess land features, conduct surveys, and provide aerial photographic reconnaissance for a wide range of projects, including geologic, archeologic, roadway evaluation, and topographic mapping.

  • GIS Consulting
  • GIS Needs Assessments
  • ArcGIS Online Implementation
  • Web GIS & Mapping Applications
  • Interactive Web Maps
  • Desktop & Mobile Application Development
  • Geospatial Data Collection
  • Asset Management
  • Impact Analysis
  • Site Selection
  • GIS Modeling & Analysis
  • Geodatabase Design & Creation
  • Spatial Analysis & Statistics
  • GIS Data Management
  • Data Visualizations
  • Legacy Data Conversion
  • Aerial Drone Mapping
  • Terrain Modeling & Analysis
  • Orthomosaic Mapping
  • Cartography
  • Remote Sensing
  • Exhibit Maps
  • Land Use Mapping
  • 3D Modeling

Drone surveys allows us to collect millions of surface elevation points at sub-centimeter accuracy and use these data to produce topographic maps at unparalleled speed and accuracy.

LiDAR technology enables us to generate highly accurate Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) for any accessible land surface using drones or vehicles. DEMs play a crucial role in various applications that require precise knowledge of ground surface elevations. These models are extensively employed in groundwater elevation modeling, resource mapping, and timber harvest plans. By incorporating both DEMs and photogrammetric capabilities, we can streamline groundwater resource evaluations, significantly reducing the field reconnaissance efforts. This optimized approach allows our professionals to utilize their time more effectively by focusing on specific areas of interest. Moreover, for cultural and archaeological assessments, LiDAR proves invaluable in “seeing beneath the trees,” enabling professionals to remotely evaluate an area before targeting specific regions for further investigation.

This captivating timelapse in Cloverdale, CA’s tribal housing project, with LACO’s dedicated support, empowers the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians in their mission for affordable housing.

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Meet Our Team

Portrait of Daniel Cicchetto, Land Surveyor in Training

Daniel Cicchetto

Mr. Daniel Cicchetto has been an experienced land surveyor since 2006, receiving his LSIT in 2014 and his Professional Land Surveyor (PLS) license in 2023.

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Portrait of Evan Trumper, Land Surveyor in Training

Evan Trumper

Mr. Evan Trumper earned an A.S. Degree from Santa Rosa Junior College majoring in Land Surveying and has an L.S.I.T. (Land Surveyor In Training) certification.

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Robert Mandel

Bob Mandel joined the LACO team in May of 2023. Bob brings over 30 years of GIS experience to LACO, with a wide-range of mapping

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