what we do

Asset, Records, & Inventory Management

Helping clients document infrastructure knowledge

Parametrix develops solutions to help clients document historical information and the condition of assets including campus infrastructure and buildings, utilities, and roadways. We created an interactive asset and records management (ARM) software tool to organize and archive campus and facilities information. We also combine high definition surveying and feature-extraction software to conduct inventories of assets within public right-of-ways.

Mobile Mapping | Parametrix
Mobile Mapping Inventory Pilot Project
​​Snohomish County, Washington
Client: ​Snohomish County

As a pilot project for Snohomish County Public Works, Parametrix completed mobile mapping of approximately 3 miles of urban county roadways. Field data was collected using the Topcon IPS-2 3D mobile mapping package. Subsequent features were auto extracted from the point cloud data with tabular data attached for future input. Features extracted included items related to traffic and pedestrian services, traffic management features, surfaces (sidewalks, asphalt, curbs, etc.) and barrier features such as walls and guard rails. Based on the results of our work, the County was able to make an informed decision on how to proceed forward with a county-wide inventory project.



  • Kitsap County Roadways Inventory | Parametrix

    Kitsap County Roadways Clear Zone Inventory

  • Mobile Mapping | Parametrix

    Mobile Mapping Inventory Pilot Project

  • Naval Base Kitsap | Parametrix

    Naval Base Kitsap Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study

  • North Thurston Public Schools | Parametrix

    North Thurston Public Schools

  • WA Capital Campus | Parametrix

    Washington State Capital Campus


“The survey work and documentation has proven to be accurate, well documented, and very helpful in resolving infrastructure problems on the west (Capitol) campus. The attitude of the Parametrix staff has always reflected the highest professional standards and a genuine commitment to excellence.”

David Scott, former Washington State Department of General Administration Facilities Senior Planner