CLIENT: Williams

Williams is the premier provider of large-scale infrastructure connecting the growing supply of North American natural gas and natural gas products to growing global demand for clean fuels and feedstocks. Williams is leveraging EAI’s SmartFootprint™ to help manage its pipelines and processing stations across 45 states in the continental U.S.  SmartFootprint™ is providing custom tools and datasets for Williams by analyzing such variables as environmental sensitivity, population density, hydrology and land ownership to create least-cost paths for energy projects.

CLIENT: Santa Fe County

Santa Fe County is a county located in the U.S. state of New Mexico. As of the 2010 census, the population was 144,170. Santa Fe County comprises 1,911 square miles. Earth Analytic consulted with Santa Fe County to create a comprehensive planning tool to help them manage Open Space, Parks and Trails.  Using publicly available environmental data as well as county-specific information, EAI created custom models to allow the county to manage its resources.  The management tools are flexible to allow different scenarios to be created based on the county’s project needs.


AMVEST Corporation
AMVEST Osage,Inc.
Bad River Ranches
Bar None Ranch
Bionomics Southwest
City of Santa Fe
Commonweal Conservancy
Conservation Properties, Inc.
Cornerstones Community Partnerships
Devon Energy Corporation
Earth Works Institute
EnCana Oil and Gas USA
Flying D Ranch
Forked Lightning Ranch
Los Trigos Ranch
New Mexico General Services Department
Payson Verde River Ranch
Pecos National Historic Park
Pecos River Ranch
Public Lands Interpretive Association
Pueblo of Santa Ana, Department of Natural Resources
Quivira Coalition
R. T. Hicks, Consultants, Ltd.
Rio Grande Foundation for Communities and Cultural Landscapes
Sandhills Ranch Properties
Santa Fe Conservation Trust
Santa Fe County
Santa Fe Public Schools
SEC, Inc.
Southwest Archaeological Consultants
Southwest Indian Polytechnic Institute
State of Vermont, Division for Historic Preservation
Taos Ski Valley
The Trust For Public Land
Tug Hill Operating
Turner Endangered Species Fund
Turner Enterprises, Inc.
University of Maine at Farmington Archaeology Research Center
University of New Mexico, Department of Anthropology
University of Vermont, Consulting Archaeology Program
Valles Caldera National Preserve
Vermejo Park Ranch
Whitney Appraisal Associates
Z Bar Ranch


Taos Ski Valley Area

EAI provided Taos Ski Valley (TSV) with the design and implementation of a foundational Geographic Information System (GIS) for the TSV Skier Safety Program.



The routing capabilities of SmartFootprint™ are ideal for managing and construction of public utilities.

New Mexico’s Santa Fe County


SmartFootprint™’s flexible decision-making tools can be applied to a variety of conservation and planning efforts.