SEARCH's Survey of the Mobile River Featured on PBS NewsHour

Last January, a ship thought to be Clotilda--the last ship to bring enslaved persons to the U.S.--was discovered upriver from Mobile, Alabama. It was not the Clotilda. Since then, the Alabama Historical Commission and SEARCH2O have conducted a survey of the Mobile River. Check out the links below for PBS NewsHour's recent coverage of the archaeological investigations.

Click here for the story of the yet undiscovered Clotilda.

Click here to learn how the river's many shipwrecks help tell the area's long history.

April 17, 2019

SEARCH’s Last American Slave Ship project in National Geographic

SEARCH2O is proud to work with the National Geographic Society, Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Slave Wrecks Project, Alabama Historical Commission, and Africatown on this important project.

August 24, 2018

SEARCH Awarded $9.9 Million USACE NW Division Contract

USACE Omaha District has awarded SEARCH a five-year SATOC IDIQ contract to support the Northwestern Division (Kansas City, Omaha, Portland, Seattle, and Walla Walla Districts) and their customers worldwide.

August 24, 2018
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SEARCH Featured on Nat Geo’s Drain the Oceans Series

SEARCH2O is proud to have Dr. Jim Delgado featured on this interesting and informative series.

August 24, 2018

Shipwreck Found Off the Coast of Alabama Not the Clotilda

SEARCH is proud to have our Dr. Jim Delgado, Kyle Lent, and, Joseph Grinnan (pictured below), be a part of the team that determined the wreckage found off Alabama's Gulf Coast was not the long-lost Clotilda. Check-out Dr. Delgado's interview on CNN

March 08, 2018

7,000-Year-Old Burial Site Found Underwater

SEARCH is honored to have our Dr. Michael Faught, a pioneer in the field of prehistoric underwater archaeology, work on this amazing discovery now featured in National Geographic: 7,000-Year-Old Native American Burial Site Found Underwater


March 02, 2018

Newnan/Hubbard Street over Hogan’s Creek Historic Bridge Restoration

SEARCH is proud to be a part of an award-winning team involved in the restoration of the circa 1929 Newnan/Hubbard Street Bridge over Hogan’s Creek in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. The project received the Best in Bridge Category for 2017 from the Florida Transportation Builders Association, and it was also 6th Nationwide in  Roads and Bridges Magazine  for 2017.

January 09, 2018

SEARCH Awarded $7 Million USACE Omaha District Contract

USACE Omaha District has awarded SEARCH a five-year Blanket Purchase Agreement contract to support the District and their customers across the US, Hawaii, Alaska, and the US Territories.

October 25, 2017

SEARCH wins $1.1 Million Contract with FDOT, District 6

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District 6, headquartered in Miami, Florida, has awarded SEARCH a multi-year contract to provide cultural resource services in support of state transportation projects in Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties.  SEARCH will provide a broad range of cultural resource services, including archaeological and architectural survey, agency consultation, mitigation support, and agreement document development, to support the District in compliance with state and federal environmental and cultural resource laws.  This is a five-year, $1.1M contract.

September 06, 2017
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SEARCH wins $2 Million Contract from CEHO

The Office of History, Headquarters, US Army Corps of Engineers (CEHO) in Alexandria, Virginia, has awarded SEARCH a multi-year contract for Historical Support Services to assist the CEHO in accomplishing its mission to collect, preserve, interpret, and disseminate the history of the Corps of Engineers.  SEARCH will provide historical research, oral history, conservation, heritage design, and a variety of additional services to the CEHO, USACE divisions, districts, centers, labs, museum staffs, and the Center of Military History.  SEARCH was one of three firms selected for this $2 million IDIQ contract.

September 06, 2017
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