Conventional geospatial services can provide data through photogrammetric techniques. But with the use of airborne light detection and ranging, LiDAR provides digital mapping projects with highly accurate, cost-effective, three-dimensional information both on and above the ground with pulsed laser point measurements at resolutions down to the inch. The LiDAR data is processed, analyzed and classified into georeferenced x, y, z coordinates in LAS format that can be utilized in CADD environments.