ME-DOT selected it to provide highly accurate digital photogrammetric mapping.

The Maine Department of Transportation (ME-DOT) again selected Bradstreet Consultants, Inc. to provide highly accurate digital photogrammetric mapping which will form the basis for ME-DOT's MOSS GDS digital terrain modeling system as well as their MicroStation transportation design software. BCI will map the route 117 corridor connecting Norway / South Paris and Buckfield areas of western Maine. The mapping will provide the basis for roadway redesign and possible reconstruction in the coming years.

The Town of Scarborough and the City of South Portland also recently contracted BCI to map their entire towns at the 5’ contour level. This map data along with digital orthophotos will be available to all the towns departments assisting them in managing the towns’ assets and growth. Bradstreet will use digital imagery captured on April 29, 2001 by Kodak Global Imaging. Under contract with the Greater Portland Council of Governments (GPCOG), Kodak supplied thousands of digital images along with the necessary aircraft positional data enabling precise maps to be compiled for each of the towns covered by the imagery.