Dr. R. Christopher Goodwin’s well-rounded skill set has attracted high-level clients such the U.S. Departments of Energy and Defense, and the National Park Service. R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc. maintains several offices throughout North America.
Standout projects in the team's repertoire include surveying work for the longest pipeline across the Gulf of Mexico and cultural resources surveys for the longest interstate natural gas pipeline built east of the Mississippi in 40 years.
One of his more recent large-scale surveying projects highlights the versatility and resourcefulness of Dr. R. Christopher Goodwin’s archaeological team. Retained by the White Sands Missile Range installation and the United States Army Environmental Command, Dr. R. Christopher Goodwin’s teams were charged with the preservation mapping of more than 50,000 acres of New Mexico’s Chihuahuan Desert. In addition to the physical hazards posed by the heat, elevation changes, and imposing native fauna and flora, the site represents one of the densest areas of archaeological artifact sites in the Southwest region.