Integrity, Qualified, Professional

PanGIS, Inc., a woman-owned firm, specializes in geospatial mapping services (GIS/sUAS/3D) and environmental compliance services for cultural and environmental resources and land planning.

Since 1998, PanGIS has delivered professional geospatial mapping services needed for Cultural and Environmental Resources and Water/Land Planning project support. PanGIS is well established in the geospatial industry having been in the GIS business for over 20 years and have key staff members with 30 years of GIS experience. Staff includes GIS experts, certified FAA part 107 remote pilots, and 3D/photogrammetry specialists..

PanGIS also provides environmental compliance services for archaeology and history. Staff include expert field, historical, and public archaeologists, historians, geographers, technical writers and editors. We have personnel qualified under the Secretary of the Interior’s qualifications standards and guidelines for archaeology and history. 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. Our qualified and knowledgeable staff can guide your project through every step of the compliance process.

Meet Our Team

Experience

Strategic team building, creating long-term relationships

Quality PanGIS adheres to all policies and best practices pertinent to utility and public works projects and performs all services in conformance with client requirements and expectations. Quality control policies are documented so that the understanding of the project can be shared with everyone involved. PanGIS has a quality control plan that identifies the individuals responsible for the specific procedures used to ensure delivery of a quality product. PanGIS employees are trained and well versed in all forms of project related accounting controls. Quality is obtained by establishing standards at the beginning of every type of work and then reviewing the work frequently to ensure the quality level is maintained. Ultimately, implementation of quality relies upon the commitment and motivation of the staff running the project. Our quality assurance program starts with qualified, well trained staff that really care about their work product. We conduct preconstruction planning with all project staff outlining expectations and responsibilities and constantly monitor work quality, making adjustments as needed. Our primary objective is to produce a quality product that adheres to all regulatory standards.

Communication Established communication policy with our clients includes, at a minimum, weekly contact with all required stakeholders. This is facilitated through phone and electronic communication and continually maintained through the project lifecycle. PanGIS technical staff on-site are required to have daily communication with PanGIS management in addition to being the liaison with construction and management personnel. All PanGIS staff are accessible to our clients via email or mobile phone. We are a proactive firm that is mindful of our clients’ needs, concerns, and issues. Our staff is committed to being available at all times to deal with any and all unforeseen issues that may occur. Guided by lean management principles, we are able to offer cost-effective solutions, facilitated by an efficient project management and communication system; thus, minimizing unnecessary site visits and increasing proper utilization of project funds.

Responsiveness PanGIS brings an exceptional track record of success managing projects for public agencies and private enterprises and is abundantly qualified to manage environmental and geospatial mapping services. PanGIS has established relationships and has a proven record in assisting clients in regards to time and budget objectives. PanGIS accomplishes tasks on-time according to the schedule set by clients for all projects, regardless of scale and scope. Unexpected work is managed with the expansion of qualified staff members. PanGIS conducts a multi-level screening process to ensure that all employees have the qualifications, professional background and experience necessary to perform their specialized duties, and that they are of the highest character and integrity. The company actively uses its networking opportunities through professional memberships to find, recruit and retain high caliber employees.

People Continuing education is encouraged through attendance, participation and presenting original research at regional, statewide, national and international conferences, symposiums, workshops, and more. PanGIS staff are active members and several maintain leadership roles in one or more of the following organizations: Association of Environmental Professionals, Association of Women Business Owners, California Geographical Society, San Diego Archaeological Center, California Geographic Information Association, San Diego County Archaeological Society, San Diego History Center, Society of American Archaeology, Society for California Archaeology, Society for Conservation GIS, San Diego Electric Railway Association, California Council for the Promotion of History, California Preservation Foundation, Society for Historical Archaeology, American Association of Geographers, Geological Society of America, and URISA. PanGIS, Inc., embraces Diversity by offering an environment that aims to maximize the potential of all employees by valuing diverse human qualities such as: age, ethnicity, national origin, gender, physical abilities/qualities, race, sexual orientation, medical condition, income, marital or partner status, military experience, parental status, and religious beliefs.


Company Certifications/Permits

Certified Diverse Business, Teaming Opportunities
  • Caltrans (CUCP) 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)
  • Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
  • San Diego County Water Authority
    • Small Business Enterprise (SBE)
  • City/Port of Long Beach
    • Small Business Certified
  • Los Angeles Metro/Unified School District/Community College District
    • Small Business Certified
  • SANDAG Architect & Engineering Bench (A&E)
  • SANDAG Construction Management Bench (CM)
  • NAICS
  • 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
  • HAZWOPER 40 hour Certificate
  • Rail Training
  • FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot License

Sustainability

PanGIS is committed to a sustainable future
PanGIS, Inc., an environmental and geospatial consultation firm conducting services and support for natural and cultural resources, embraces a philosophy of sustainability for both the workplace and environment.

Strive – To conduct daily operations and manage business performance with a commitment to environmental, social, and community stewardship.

Use – Recycled materials and office supplies, reusable dishware, low energy appliances, equipment, and maximize natural lighting in the office setting. Use electronic devices to communicate, collect data, and maintain company logistics. Reduce waste through reuse and recycling.

Stay Online – Reduce paper waste, energy use, and unnecessary travel. Conference calls and meetings keep staff safe, off the road, and decrease carbon emissions.

Transportation – Field staff can be scheduled based on proximity to project site; minimizing fuel use, vehicle wear, and commute time. Staff are encouraged to carpool or use public transportation when appropriate to projects, professional workshops, and company events.

Allow Work Place Flexibility –Two offices located in northern and central portions of the County allow staff the option to work at the nearest location available, reducing the need for lengthy commutes around peak congestion times.

Invest – In surrounding communities. Develop sustainability programs and encourage staff to actively participate in outreach opportunities.

Network – With local organizations promoting sustainability programs and maintain up-to-date best practices to promote the company goals of thinking and acting sustainably.