Clermont County was established in 1800 and was the eighth County established in the Northwest Territory. The first village in Clermont County was Williamsburg, which was established in 1796. A large number of the early settlers came from Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Virginia. The original county seat was in Williamsburg (originally spelled Williamsburgh), where it remained until 1823. It then moved to New Richmond along the Ohio River for one year before moving to Batavia, where it remains today.

- Clermont County, Ohio. (2009, December 8). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 15:21, January 25, 2010, from Wikipedia

Client Profile:  Clermont County

In 1994 Hartman Consulting began documenting all Clermont County’s buildings by field measuring and drawing them in AutoCAD.  Each building was polylined and linked to FM Systems.  This allowed for each department to be charged for their space.  A total of 400,000 sf was captured.  Training was provided to County personnel to operate the system.