National Park Service – Gettysburg Cultural Resources Open-End

National Park Service – Gettysburg Cultural Resources Open-End Overview


GAI’s Cultural Resource Group provided archeological testing, evaluation, data recovery, and monitoring at Gettysburg National Military Park and Eisenhower National Historic Site. The contract included more than 25 task orders associated with the installation of Park-wide sewer and water lines in addition to the only archaeological recovery of a battlefield burial ever conducted at Gettysburg. While providing cultural resources services for the sewer line project, GAI investigated 30 prehistoric and historic sites and uncovered more than 29,000 artifacts. Work at Gettysburg National Military Park also included survey and testing for the proposed Gettysburg Municipal Authority Waterline Project, which featured the timesaving use of GIS in combination with a metal detecting survey across the field known as Pickett’s charge.

Additional projects included an archaeological survey associated with the site of the current Museum and Visitor Center and multiple blanket purchase agreements (BPAs) including underground utility lines, road rehabilitation studies, and numerous other projects throughout Gettysburg National Military Park.

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