Martin Luther King Boulevard Extension Phase I, II, and III
Pan Cultural Associates, Inc., in coordination with the City of Wilkes-Barre, PennDOT District 4-0 and Federal, State, & Local Officials, implemented historical and archaeological investigations for the extension of Pennsylvania Boulevard, in the city of Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County, Pa.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation District 4-0 Open End Cultural Historic & Prehistoric Resources Contract
Research, documentation and excavation of all Phase Ia, I, II and III Archaeological Surveys and a Historic Structure Inventory performed for Penn DOT District 4-0 by Pan Cultural Associates, Inc. Duties included the set up, implementation and supervision of all aspects of fieldwork for projects undertaken by Penn DOT District 4-0.
Tamiment Resort Land Development
A Phase I/II Investigation was performed for Tamiment Resort and Development, Lehman Township, Pike County, Pa. The 344-acre Area of Potential Effect (APE) contained a Pocono Upland Site, which was recorded during the Phase I Survey and resulted in a Phase II Investigation. The site contained artifact patterns that were both intrinsic and infrequent to the Pocono Upland Settlement Patter.
CBPA Proposed Towanda Sewer Pipeline Corridor, Bradford County, Pennsylvania
A Phase I/II Archaeological Investigation was conducted for the Central Bradford County Sewer Authority. The results of the investigation included the site recordation of the remains of a cabin. Documentation of the former structure revealed a construction date of ca. 1787, and that it was set ablaze as a result of the Yankee-Pennemite War by the Susquehanna Company Proprietaries in 1796. The site has been nominated by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission to the National Register of Historic Places.
Proposed Sanitary Collection System and Force Main, Revised Act 537 Sewage Facility Plan, Penn Lake Park Borough
Pan Cultural Associates, Inc. conducted a Phase I Archaeological Survey in Penn Lake Park Borough, Luzurne County. Approximately six linear miles were surveyed.

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