Authoritative data sources are identified through open source research. That data is then acquired and transformed into a usable data format. The properly formatted data then goes through preprocessing steps that includes a georeferencing or spatial adjustment operation to give spatial context to the data. In the absence of authoritative sources, feature geometry is created based on interpretation of the best available imagery. The data goes through further refinement using remote sensing techniques. After preprocessing, records go through a review process in an effort to meet the goal of placing each feature on a facility based on-entity location based on interpretation of the best available imagery and open source information. The DATE field indicates the date in which the review step took place.