Eric E. Ingbar
Education: M.A. Anthropology, University of New Mexico, 1983 with Honors; B.A. Sociology-Anthropology, Swarthmore College, 1979 with Honors
Eric Ingbar, a principal in the firm, oversees technical, administrative, and project management services, assuring that client needs are accurately identified and addressed. He is responsible for the adequacy and accuracy of the technical services we provide. He often undertakes project and application design utilizing Visual Basic and other software design programs, supervising subsequent implementation and training. He serves as senior analyst and programmer on GIS projects. In addition, Mr. Ingbar is a professional archaeologist, holding federal antiquities permits for the State of Nevada and California.

  Michael P. Drews
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology - Sociology, University of San Francisco, 1973.
Mike Drews manages projects of every size and complexity for Gnomon, specializing in creation of cultural resource management systems. Many projects involve design and creation of MS Access databases. He allocates resources so that jobs are always adequately staffed and scheduled, and assures a high level of quality control. He has three years of experience developing and implementing cultural resource models using GIS. Mr. Drews is familiar with ESRI ArcView 3.x, ESRI ArcGIS 8.x, geodatabases, and Geomedia. He applies his considerable communications skills in service of client requirements. Prior to joining Gnomon in 2000, Drews served NDOT for nine years, coordinating and supervising archaeological field projects.

  Jeremy Hall, M.A.
Education:   M.A., Anthropology, 2005, University of Kansas
Jeremy Hall is an archaeologist with extensive experience throughout the Intermountain West and western Great Plains. Jeremy is also a certified GIS Specialist, with great expertise in GIS modeling of landscapes and cultural resources.