Meet Chris Bellusci
Product Manager

Solution design
GIS planning and management
Business-process planning

Bend, OR


As a member of GeoEngineers’ technology team, Chris works closely with clients to create a high-level vision of their business needs, decide which technologies will work best and develop the right solutions to meet their challenges. Chris sees this as a highly creative process. “I have always enjoyed solving complex problems,” he reflected. “Integrating spatial data with key business information gives us a chance to see patterns and relationships that could not be seen using traditional methods.”

Chris notes that GeoEngineers’ technology team has the unusual advantage of working side by side with subject-matter experts in the earth sciences. “This collaboration means our technology solutions are field proven,” he observed. Chris also sees a real benefit in the diversity of clients and projects to which he is exposed. “The range of projects we tackle keeps my creative side going and enables me to leverage that experience to the benefit of my clients.”

In his off hours, Chris enjoys experiencing the wide-open landscapes of Central Oregon—ideally on his bike. “I’m an active cyclist and compete in marathon cycling events,” Chris said. “I enjoy rolling through open farm land, the rural countryside and high-mountain passes.”


Selected Presentations & Articles

  • “Avian Protection,” presented at the GITA (Geospatial Information & Technology Association) Conference, Dallas, TX, 2011

  • “Volunteer Geographic Information,” presented at the NW GIS User Conference, Spokane, WA, September 2010

  • “Streamlining Project Delivery through Predictive Model,” presented at the APWA Conference, Boston, MA,October 2010

Recent Field Notes

The Story Behind Canada’s First Avian Protection Plan
By Chris Bellusci, Jan 17, 2014
A few months ago I had the pleasure of meeting Nikki Heck, an...

How Data Collection Can Help Prevent Costly Power Outages
By Chris Bellusci, Nov 21, 2013
As we move further into autumn and large flocks of birds start migrating...

Wind Turbines and Bird Mortalities: How to Accurately Track and Report Data
By Chris Bellusci, Sep 12, 2013
A recent Associated Press article on the number of eagles killed by wind...