• Featured Project

    Stormwater Sentries

    Timmons Group’s first game was developed in partnership with SRRN Games for the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay. 

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  • New To The App Store!


    Timmons Group worked closely with the Missouri Department of Transportation to design, develop and implement a new mobile news application for iOS and Android, as well as a desktop web application.

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  • Asset Management

    Asset Management

    Timmons Group works closely with their core business partners to provide dedicated interface solutions for a variety of business and mobility needs.  We focus on proven, cost-effective solutions for our clients throughout the United States and Canada.

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  • Featured Project

    Find MO Fish

    Missouri anglers can now get high-tech help locating fishing spots with the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) Find MO Fish mobile application for smart phones and tablets.

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  • Featured Project

    Forest Activity Electronic Notification and Reporting System (FERNS)

    Timmons Group was contracted for the planning, design and implementation of a Forest Activity Electronic Notification and Reporting System (FERNS) application for Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF).


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  • MDC Application Suite

    MDC Application Suite

    A suite of custom applications focused on providing services for the people of Missouri. This suite also includes some internal applications that focus on streamlining MDC's internal operations. 

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  • Texas Level 1

    Texas Level 1 Risk Assessment

    The Level 1 app was developed to pinpoint a specific tree’s location via GPS coordinates or map and identify its risk to the public.  This application features simple navigation, the ability to toggle between street and aerial views, ability to zoom to the user’s location, and easy tree visualization.

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  • Row Tool Modernization

    Row Tool Modernization

    Timmons Group assisted the New Mexico State Land Office (NMSLO) with modernizing their Right-of-Way (ROW) management and maintenance processes.  NMSLO was maintaining general ROW locational and attribute information within a non-spatial mainframe database, originally developed to manage oil and gas lease financial information.  This maintenance approach was causing data quality and location discrepancy issues for the end user. 

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