Nick Doose M.A.

Vice President

GIS Manager, Archaeologist

Mr. Doose has 14 years of professional archaeological theory and methods. His field experience incorporates large-scale surveys for projects throughout Southern California and Baja, Mexico. Additional experience includes excavations, site evaluations and research of archaeological sites in San Diego, Imperial, San Bernardino, Kern, and Riverside Counties, as well as underwater archaeology in the Dominican Republic. Mr. Doose has served as field archaeologist, crew chief, project manager, and field director for projects including SDG&E Sunrise Powerlink, Grow the Force Initiative MCB Camp Pendleton, and Solar Millennium Project, Kern County. These projects include constraint level evaluations, surveys, CEQA testing programs, evaluations for National Register status, Section 106 compliance, and data recovery and monitoring programs.

His technical expertise includes GIS services with experience in the organization, evaluation and analysis of GIS data for a variety of environmental and land planning applications. Mr. Doose also has extensive experience and expertise with the CHRIS system, as GIS manager of the South Coast Information Center. He is an experienced field archaeologist and has extensive knowledge of archaeological field techniques for all phases of cultural resource management and has spent many hours in the laboratory identifying and cataloging prehistoric and historic artifacts.