Environmental Sensitivity

PanGIS is committed to a sustainable future and to improving the social, economic, and environmental well-being of our community and region.

Our staff has a strong background in CEQA and NEPA compliance. We use our geospatial skills to document compliance for our clients, and encourage staff to participate in local community clean-ups and to support local wildlife rescue operations.

SUSTAINability Statement


To conduct daily operations and manage business performance with a commitment to environmental, social, and community stewardship. The PanGIS Health and Safety Program meets or exceeds all OSHA and Cal/OSHA guidelines, and is ISNetworld Compliant Grade A.


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.


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.


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


With local organizations promoting sustainability programs and maintain up-to-date best practices to promote the company goals of thinking and acting in a sustainable way.

Learn More:

To learn more about how PanGIS is making moves to be sustainable visit our News and Projects pages.