Ascent partnered with our client to lay out what needed to be done and how to best accomplish the tasks at hand. The client needed an accurate picture of not just what equipment they had at each production facility, but also the exact location and the amount of space occupied. Ascent answered all these questions through an as-built survey of all the client’s production facilities requiring updates. In addition to as-building all facility features and equipment, the current disturbance area was also mapped, which allowed the client to determine if the existing surface use agreement (SUA) would allow for facility expansion or if more space would be required. The data was then used to create site layout exhibits to help the client plan for expansion/reconfiguration, then utilized for creation of COGCC permitting exhibits to sundry any changes to the location. All collected as-built data was organized into a GIS database, attributed, and handed off to the client. There were many non-GIS users involved in the project that needed to track progress, and having constant access to data was key to the project success. So, Ascent built a customized Petroleum Asset Manager website to host all this data and display progress. Every day as new facilities were as-built, the data was loaded into the enterprise GIS database and instantly available on the website. The website displayed the estimated locations of all facilities (pre-as-built) and also the completed (actual) locations, with all associated equipment, therefore serving as a planning tool in additional to a tracking tool.