Miami, FL- Biscayne Engineering Company is proud to team up with the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy in performing archaeological surveys of 2,000± year old sites across South Florida. Biscayne’s historical legacy dates back to the inception of Miami at the end of the 19th century and it is only fitting that we be entrusted to supplement this legacy with the recent archaeological survey projects making news around the world!
B.E.C. has helped preserve and better understand our history by working with archaeologist Bob Carr and his team on the Miami Tequesta village circles in downtown Miami and now on the 2,000 year old Native American skeleton found underneath Pine Island Road in Davie.
Click below to read more about these exciting projects:
– 2,000 year old Native American skeleton survey (Davie, Florida):
– Tequesta village circles and Henry Flagler’s Royal Palm Hotel survey (Miami, Florida):
“..Biscayne Engineering finished taking digital coordinates for a 3D laser map of the site.” – Biscayne Times