“I would like to share my appreciation for Chris Robertson in sharing his knowledge and personal excellence with my city, the City of Troy, Texas. From the beginning, Chris won our confidence in a contract to map our utilities during his presentation. He is very personable and respectful which won us right away, His expertise was obvious and the element of passion that shows he believes in this technology was apparent from the start. During his work, we have observed an element of care for the community as well as a determination to give excellent service above and beyond the initial commitment. We are so grateful for your wonderful technology and for the service that we could never expect to find elsewhere.” – Laurie Bailey (Council Member)

GIS Day brings practical examples of geographic technology by Cristina Pena

Lakewood Park
New developing in the city of Leander, TX
BA - Leander Lakewood Park Final MP

Veterans Park
With its continuous growth in population, the City of Leander “desires to create an unparalleled park and recreation system for the use and enjoyment of its citizens”.

Can a Sports Complex work in your town?
We developed an economic feasibility study for the City of Marble Falls to answer that very question.marble falls sports complex

What is in design now?
Working with the City of Round Rock to revitalize the downtown district. See how we are transforming downtown.main street circle

Salamander SWAT team is now in full force.SWAT Team

LCRA Easement Mapping for Renewable Energy Zone
Mapping over 900 land parcels and easements along 260 miles of proposed transmission line corridor for the Lower Colorado River Authority.gis2

Social Media Updates

Baker-Aicklen, along with several government agencies, participated in GIS Day. This annual event held by GIS professionals around the country strives to educate the community on the value and exciting developments of GIS. This year a group of 5th grades from a local elementary participated in GIS Day which took place at the Dell Diamond in Round Rock. (5 photos) ... See MoreSee Less


A “GREAT” time was had by all at the “GREAT American Paper Airplane Challenge” on Tuesday Evening. Some very unique and creative efforts were put into each and everyone’s plane who participated. Winners were based on 5 categories; longest flight, most creative, best crash, best looking, precision.

It was unanimously voted that this should be an annual event. (6 photos)
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The Planning + Landscape Architecture studio recently completed a commercial area proposal for the Summit at Rivery Park in Georgetown, TX. We're excited to be a part of the team and look forward to the next stages of development. (6 photos) ... See MoreSee Less


Heritage Trail West - Schematic Design (13 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

Baker-Aicklen & Associates Inc. presented the schematic design of the Heritage Trail design to the Round Rock City Council on August 21, 2014. The Heritage Trail project tells the story of Round Rock throughout the park while connecting to the Brushy Creek Regional Trail that will eventually link continuously from Cedar Park to Hutto. The design includes such elements as recreating the historic wagon bridge over the Brushy Creek, enhancements to Memorial Park, spectacular overlooks and an iconic spiral ramp. We are excited to see this project come to life!