DoD Legacy Project
Recreation of 16th-century Fort San Felipe within Spanish Santa Elena, based on archaeological and historical research, and a World War I interior of Marine Corps Barracks in Washington, D.C. prepared from engineering plans and historical photographs. These images were prepared to demonstrate best practices for 3D visualization for Department of Defense cultural resources projects. DoD Legacy Resource Project 14-733.
Fort Ethan Allen
This sequence of renderings shows a model reconstruction of Fort Ethan Allen, VA. Fort Ethan Allen was one of the Civil War Union defenses of Washington, on the high ground above Chain Bridge. Very little of the earthworks survives, and the surrounding area has been transformed by suburban development.
The images were prepared to support Arlington County in public interpretation efforts in Fort Ethan Allen Park.
Historic Well Reconstructions
These images were prepared for the Delaware Department of Transportation as part of public interpretation of archaeological features found in the right of way for the Route 301 extension project in Delaware. Wells are potentially valuable archaeological features, and fairly common on historical sites. More than 50 have been excavated at least partially in Delaware, including six along the Route 301 extension corridor. Since a number of well features were discovered during the Route 301 project, DelDOT archaeologists synthesized what we know about wells excavated all over the state in order to better understand these important features.
These models were included in the Delaware 2016 Archaeology Month Poster: