Gerard Gouldson

Photogrammetry Manager
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Mr. Gouldson, a certified photogrammetrist, has more than 35 years of experience in all phases of aerial and terrestrial photogrammetric mapping and computer graphics. Mr. Gouldson has more than 20 years of experience as the Photogrammetric and CADD department supervisor.

Gerry's technical responsibilities include preparing cost estimates, designing aerial flight plans, selecting field control, providing camera calibration reports, designing map sheet layouts and digital file limit diagrams. He coordinates with clients and GEOD's survey department regarding aerial photography, field control, scheduling and CADD specifications to ensure efficient and timely flow of projects. Mr. Gouldson directly supervises all of the aero triangulation, stereo compilation, ortho photo rectification and offline technician tasks.

Mr. Gouldson is proficient in the use of mapping software including MicroStation, Bentley’s InRoads, AutoCAD Civil 3D, ArcGIS, KLT Atlas, Global Mapper, TrackAir Flight Management System, Photoshop and Microsoft Office. He has managed photogrammetric mapping efforts for Transportation, Environmental and Geographic Information System (GIS) Projects.


  • Cartography Certificate Program, Irish Army Corps of Engineers, 1981
  • Rutgers University – ArcGIS: Introduction, 2014
  • Rutgers University – ArcGIS: Editing and Data Development, 2014

Notable Projects

  • Photogrammetric mapping for NJ Route 29 in Hamilton Twp, and the City of Trenton in Mercer Co.
  • Design Services for Contract No. T100.580 Replacement of Turnpike Str. Nos. E112.95A and E112.95B
  • Preliminary Engineering GSP Exit 13, Cape May County and Exits 29 & 30, Atlantic County, NJ
  • Design Services for Contract No. T100.580 Replacement of Turnpike Str. Nos. E112.95A and E112.95B
  • Photogrammetric mapping of the entire 172 miles of the Garden State Parkway and the 134 miles of the New Jersey Turnpike.


  • Licensed Photogrammetric Surveyor VA#0408000010
  • Nationally Certified Photogrammetrist #1058, 1998