In the WGI Geospatial Division, we are innovators. While anyone can purchase the latest technology such as UAS and LiDAR systems, we pride ourselves on the unique ways we leverage technology to provide better deliverables for our clients. Here’s what we’re working on…
WGI Provides Relief To Bahamanian Family Severely Impacted By Hurricane Dorian
The destruction of Hurricane Dorian made a huge impact on the residents of the Bahamas, specifically in Alcoa. Many residents have started on the long road to rebuilding their homes and businesses that were destroyed.
WGI recently teamed up with Acts 2 Worship Church to help provide relief for one family in particular that lost a total of four homes during the storm.
WGI’s CEO, David Wantman decided to donate one of our geospatial trucks to help the Bridgewater Family get a jump start on rebuilding their homes and their lives.
The new truck will allow them to speed up their rebuilding efforts and quickly transfer the supplies needed for reconstruction. Many families affected by Hurricane Dorian are still in need and could use all of the support that anyone can offer.
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