Eric Bushèe is a computer-aided design (CAD) designer and geographic information system (GIS) analyst with 14 years of experience. Mr. Bushèe’s experience includes producing CAD construction drawings for both transportation and civil engineering projects, as well as AutoCAD Civil 3D modeling and analysis for soil and sediment remediation, and stormwater runoff and source control. In addition to being skillful in Civil 3D, he is also proficient in MicroStation, and is adept at managing data sharing between CAD and GIS software environments.
Mr. Bushèe has produced technical maps and graphics in GIS and other software for a variety of environmental and technical documents. With GIS, he has extensive experience with ArcGIS, as well as ArcGIS Spatial Analyst and 3D Analyst extensions. He specializes in creating complex maps—often drawing from multiple, varied data sources—that are both aesthetically pleasing and technically accurate. He has created maps for remedial investigation and feasibility studies (RI/FSs), engineering evaluation and cost analysis (EE/CA) studies, sampling and analysis plans (SAPs), environmental impact statements, environmental assessments, Clean Water Act Section 404 jurisdictional delineations, site-specific permits, cultural and biological resources evaluations, community wildfire protection plans, and parks and open space master plans. Mr. Bushèe also has extensive experience in print media and graphic design software, including Adobe® Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign. He has created graphics in support of numerous public involvement plans that have included poster-sized boards for public meetings, informational flyers and brochures, and web sites.