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July 22nd, 2008
Geospatial Holdings to Present at ASCE’s International Pipeline Conference

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PR- Geospatial Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB:GSPH) today announced that Mark Smith, the
Companys Chairman and CEO will participate in ASCEs International Pipeline Conference Workshop on Tuesday, July
22, 2008.

The Workshops title is Underground Pipeline Asset Management Sanitary Sewers State of the
Art. Mr. Smiths session in the
workshop will discuss utilizing the companys
innovative Smart ProbeTM technology and GIS capabilities
to collect and manage data for underground infrastructure assets. Geospatial
personnel will also be available to discuss its technology and capabilities in
Booth 312 during the Conference July 22 through July 24, 2008.

Mr. Smith has been instrumental in the development of several patented and
patent pending technologies for the underground pipeline and infrastructure
industry, including the most recent Geospatial
Tension/Calc3D Technology
which utilizes the Companys proprietary Smart
ProbesTM along with custom designed software to quickly
and accurately calculate bending radius, joint integrity and pulling tension
data of underground conduit critical for the safe installation of high voltage
underground transmission and distribution cabling. As Founder and former CEO of
Underground Solutions he was responsible for the development of the
revolutionary Duraliner and Fusible PVC pipeline technologies.

The Workshop, part of ASCEs International Pipeline
Conference and Exposition held at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia, will
discuss Underground Pipeline Asset Management-Sanitary
Sewers – State of the Art.

The full-day seminar will be presented as an interactive workshop to discuss
the State of the Art in
condition assessment techniques as they apply to underground sanitary sewer and
the management of these assets. Owners, contractors, and engineers will present
their perspective as it relates to condition assessment, a review of various
inspection techniques and computer software / hardware for managing and
evaluating field data.

The expected audience of the workshop will be public agencies, including
pipeline mangers, operations, and administrators; and consultants interested in
learning more about State of the Art inspection techniques in combination with what this
information means to a Utility Asset Management Program and how to apply the

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