Projects / Water

May 18, 2020

Cultural Resource Monitoring for City of San Diego Water and Sewer Projects

The City of San Diego is in the process of replacing its aging water and sewer pipes throughout the City.  PanGIS’ City qualified staff has provided […]
May 18, 2020

Cultural Resource Studies for Shasta Valley Resource Conservation District (SVRCD)

The purpose of the projects was to provide constraints information to assist the SVRCD in several Federally funded watershed protection (Clean Water Act) projects in Siskiyou […]
May 15, 2020

City of San Diego/State Parks, Design of Los Penasquitos Lagoon Restoration EIR

The goal of this project is to restore the historic coastal salt marsh habitat in the Los Peñasquitos Lagoon. The project is divided into three sub-phases […]
April 29, 2020

Shasta Valley Resource Conservation District and Riparian Restoration Project

Archaeological Survey for the Shasta Valley Resource Conservation District’s Fencing, Stockwater, and Riparian Restoration Project, Montague, Siskiyou County, CA Improve Water Quality: The Shasta Valley Resource […]
April 8, 2020

Hull Ranch Riparian Restoration Project

Cultural Resources Study, Montague, Siskiyou County, CA Putting the Clean Water Act to Use: The California State Water Resources Control Board has awarded Federal 319 Clean […]
April 8, 2020

Shasta Valley Resource Conservation District (SVRCD) CIMIS Stations

Cultural Resources Study, Siskiyou County, CA Modern Work: The SVRCD is purchasing two California Integration Management Information System (CIMIS) stations in the northern and southwestern portions […]
January 15, 2018

Big Bear Lake Routine Lake Maintenance Project, Community of Big Bear Lake, San Bernardino County, CA

PanGIS is acting on behalf of the lead agency providing the CEQA compliance for archaeological and paleontological resources. Senior archaeologist Mr. Mengers supervised all cultural compliance […]
October 8, 2014

Coachella Canal Lining Project, Coachella Valley Water District, Riverside and Imperial Counties, California

The purpose of the project is to conserve 30,850 acre-feet annually of water being lost as seepage from the earthen reaches of the canal. As a […]