Integrity, Qualified, Professional

PanGIS, Inc., a California Corporation, specializes in geographic information systems (GIS) and environmental compliance services for cultural and environmental resources and land planning.

PanGIS, with integrity and respect, delivers professional environmental and geospatial mapping services needed for Cultural and Environmental Resources and Land Planning support. Staff provides the necessary services needed for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations including NHPA Section 106 and 110 compliance, NEPA, CEQA and ARPA.

The PanGIS team is comprised of ten key staff members, including expert field, historical, and public archaeologists, GIS specialists, historians, geographers, technical writers and editors. All management personnel are qualified under the Secretary of the Interior’s qualifications standards and guidelines for archaeology. PanGIS’ Contract Manager, Alice Brewster, is charged with overseeing all work conducted under any contract.

Meet Our Team


Strategic team building, creating long-term relationships

Successful completion of 1,000’s of large-scale and small scope projects for private and public sector markets; with extensive experience in the environmental services support of utility, transportation, water and land planning projects. Since 1998, PanGIS has managed multi-year projects for the SCE’s Devers-Palo Verde 2 Transmission Line and West of Devers Transmission Line, SEMPRA Sunrise Powerlink, and SDG&E ECO and Salt Creek Power Substation construction, and the All-American Canal Lining. PanGIS provides excellence in project management with current individual contract values exceeding $1M.

Strong regional presence, serving the Greater Southwest region, with diverse clients such as; Southern California Edison, USFS, Bureau of Land Management, San Diego Gas & Electric, SoCal GAS, USMC Camp Pendleton, SANDAG, Caltrans District 7, 8, 9, and 11, Orange County Water District, Victor Valley Waste Water Authority, San Diego County Water Authority, City/County/Port of San Diego, California State Parks South Coast Division, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, special districts, U.S. Navy (NAVFAC), tribal governments, and prime consultants: MWHCC, MBI, AECOM, HDR, CH2M, Quad Knopf, ICF, ASM, DEA, BRG, Helix, and others.

Extensive experience working on multi-year, multi-disciplined projects for a wide variety of public agencies and private clients. PanGIS staff have delivered a range of services for Archaeology, Cultural Resources, GIS and Environmental Compliance for large scale Transportation, Water, Land Planning and Utility projects. For Transportation, PanGIS has provided environmental compliance services and produced GIS maps and other high quality exhibits for the California High Speed Rail and SANDAG LOSSAN rail improvement projects, as well as numerous Caltrans projects. PanGIS provided archaeology, environmental compliance and GIS services for a number of canal projects, coastal erosion, Salton Sea, wetland mapping, kelp bed mapping, and various other water based projects.

Highlighted projects showcase our ability to produce complex GIS maps, databases and related products and complete a team for environmental compliance services.

Company Certifications/Permits

Certified Diverse Business, Teaming Opportunities
    Caltrans (CUPC) DBE/WBE
  • CPUC WBE (utilities)
  • City of San Diego
    • Small Local Business Enterprise (SLBE)
    • Emerging Local Business Enterprise (ELBE)
  • Port of Los Angeles
    • Very Small Business Enterprise (VSBE)
  • City of Los Angeles Metro Certified
  • Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
    • Small Business Certified
  • Los Angeles Unified School District
    • Small Business Certified
  • SANDAG Architect & Engineering Bench (A&E)
  • SANDAG Construction Management Bench (CM)
  • 541370-Surveying and Mapping Services
  • 541620-Environmental Consulting Services
  • 541720-Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities
  • 541690-Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
  • Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Cultural Resource Use Permit
  • •Certified Archaeologist, County of Orange, California
  • •Qualified Archaeologist, City and County of San Diego, California
  • •Qualified Archaeologist, County of Riverside, California
  • Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Cultural Resource Use Permit
  • Geographic Information Systems Professional- GISP