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Continental Mapping Relocates to Larger St. Louis, Missouri Office

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Wednesday, August 6th 2014

Continental Mapping Relocates to Larger St. Louis, Missouri Office

(Sun Prairie, WI)—August 1, 2014—Continental Mapping is pleased to announce the opening of a larger St. Louis, Missouri office to accommodate its rapid growth. The primary driver behind the growth is Continental Mapping’s engagement in the Defense & Intelligence sector under the newly hired leadership of Defense & Intelligence Practice Director, Greg Johnson.

“St. Louis is a central location for the GEOINT Defense & Intelligence sector,” said Greg Johnson, D&I Practice Director for Continental Mapping. “Continental Mapping is significantly expanding its capacity both in St. Louis and its other offices to support foundation GEOINT, content management, and developing authoritative and dynamic content for the Map of the World.”

The new office space is located at 1310 Papin Street Suite 201 in downtown St. Louis just south of I64 and minutes from the iconic Gateway Arch. The larger office magnifies Continental Mapping’s presence throughout the Midwest (including offices in Kansas City, MO, Indianapolis, IN and company headquarters in Sun Prairie, WI) and supports the firm’s D&I capabilities. The need for larger office space goes beyond Johnson’s stewardship in the D&I sector to include an influx of more federal work via the US Army Corps of Engineers and numerous aerial and mobile lidar and photogrammetry jobs throughout the region.

Out of the new St. Louis office, Continental Mapping will be adding more geospatial analysts and project managers to accommodate increases in workload volume. Refer to Continental Mapping’s web site for job postings. In addition, Greg Johnson can be reached at or via phone at 888.815.3327.

Headquartered in suburban Madison, Wisconsin, Continental Mapping is a leading provider of geospatial data development solutions, including full service land survey, aerial and mobile lidar, photogrammetric mapping, and remote sensing.

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