Four bridges over SR-163 are part of a Historic District and must be upgraded to meet current safety standards. PanGIS Senior Historical Archaeologist worked with a team to conduct the necessary research and recommendations. PanGIS surveyed the bridges and surrounding areas, took photos, produced a photo appendix, completed DPR forms, met with Caltrans personnel, and over saw the production of the GIS based APE maps for Caltrans. PanGIS was also responsible for completing two Historic Property Survey Reports (HPSR)and the Finding of Effect or Finding of No Effect (FOE/FONE), along with GIS deliverables and exhibits.
PanGIS provided historic bridge surveys and reporting, GIS, archaeological testing, and archaeological construction monitoring services for this multi-year contract. PanGIS created an ArcGIS based geodatabase and report graphics for the Historic Resources Survey of the Works of well-known Architect Loch Crane within District 11. PanGIS conducted archaeological testing at a large prehistoric site for the La Costa Avenue Interstate 5 Expansion project. PanGIS provided archaeological monitors for the multi-year expansion and replacement of the San Elijo Lagoon Bridge for Interstate 5.