N&W came to the aid of Lock Haven University when an unforeseen permitting issue endangered the timely completion of plans to install improvements to an athletic field complex on University grounds. Permitting issues required completion of Phase I archaeological fieldwork and report production on a singularly aggressive schedule. While in the field, N&W coordinated with PA-SHPO to amend the Phase I work plan after it came to light that the project was located on a deflated terrace where pre-Holocene deposits lay immediately beneath the plow zone.
N&W completed the survey and submitted a draft report for agency review within a two-week timeframe. Agency concurrence arrived twenty-two (22) days after beginning work, and the report was accepted without comment.