“Four decades in any business is something to be celebrated, however being part of a firm that has put people first for 40 years feels more like an honor than an achievement,” said Mark Harms, Chief Executive Officer of SCI Engineering, Inc. Founded in 1978, SCI Engineering is now celebrating its 40th Anniversary. The firm
Chief Archaeologist Don Booth digs deep into the Archaeology of the St. Louis Riverfront in the most recent edition of The Confluence magazine. Don explains the discoveries and disappointments that accompanied the amazing work that was done on the Riverfront. SCI’s entire team is thrilled to have performed numerous services during the renewal of one
In this issue of SCI FYI, we are sharing a synopsis of The Mitchell Site: An Upgrade, a paper presented by Don Booth at the 82ndAnnual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, Canada. The Mitchell Archaeological Site is a pre-Columbian Mississippian (A.D. 1050-1350) mound center located at the western end of University Drive in Mitchell, Illinois.
In this issue of SCI FYI, we are providing you with updates to regulations that you may commonly encounter on your projects. The topics in this issue cover: Waters of the United States The expiration and reissuance of Nationwide 404 Permits The Waters of the US Rule Threatened and Endangered Species Issues Tree Clearing Restrictions
Railroads have played a major role in the history and development of our country and are frequently determined to be significant by State Historic Preservation Offices. On the surface, it may seem that converting an abandoned rail bed into a trail would be a rather straight forward, relatively simple process. However, there are a multitude