Pape-Dawson led archaeological survey efforts on the west and south walls of the Alamo Mission of San Antonio (the Alamo), as part of the Alamo Plaza Master Planning process. Funded by the City of San Antonio, Texas General Land Office, and the Alamo Endowment, services included providing topography and laser scanning to document existing conditions. Archaeological efforts were designed to build upon previous work at the Alamo and focused on providing a historical basis for the concepts presented in the master plan.
Other Cultural Resource Projects
Pape-Dawson archaeologists uncovered a burned rock midden (ancient waste dump site) within the proposed footprint for a new high school.
Fox Tech High School
Pape-Dawson oversaw cultural resource compliance for San Antonio ISD’s Fox Tech High School Soccer Field and Parking project.
Pape-Dawson teamed with a local landowner to preserve German American history on a local historic farm and ranch in New Braunfels.