ABOUT US

Stone Point Services, LLC

Archeology, Historic Resources, GIS Mapping

Stone Point Services is a professional consulting firm offering a wide range of cultural resource management and GIS mapping services.   Stone Point Services was created with the intent to provide quality and reliable services.


Our co-founders, Todd McMakin and Katherine McMakin, have extensive experience in CRM and mapping services.  We have assembled a well qualified team of employees and consultants to handle many types of historic resources and cultural resources services.


Founded in 2012 as a single office located in Tyler, Texas, we have grown to include a team of archeologists and other cultural resources staff with satellite offices in San Marcos, Texas and Springfield, Missouri. 

Tyler, Texas Office

We are a small, woman-owned business certified as a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) vendor in the State of Texas and registered as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) by the Texas Department of Transportation.  Our Principal Investigator and co-owner, Todd McMakin, has nearly 25 years experience conducting field investigations in the southeastern US and Texas.


Todd McMakin is the Principal Investigator and Senior Archeologist in our Tyler, Texas office.  Our Tyler Texas office is the main hub of our operation and services the entire state of Texas, as well as Oklahoma, Arkansas, and the greater Southeast.
 

San Marcos, Texas Office

Our San Marcos office is supervised by Kimberly Wescott.  Kim is a Ph.D. candidate from the University of South Carolina, specializing in historic 17th and 18th century archaeology.  Kim has extensive experience in archaeology throughout the Southeast and Texas and covers the southern part of Texas, as well a the Southeast.

Springfield, Missouri Office

Lindsay Plunk is a Registered Professional Archaeologist, originally from west Tennessee.  She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry with a minor in Archaeology from Rhodes College in Memphis in 2009 and her Master of Science degree in Archaeology from the University of Memphis in 2014.  She attended field schools at the Ames Plantation and Mounds in western Tennessee in the summer of 2007 and at Tel Dan, Israel in the summer of 2008.  Lindsay has been working professionally as an archaeologist since 2010 and has worked in Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, North Dakota, and Montana.  Her research interests are focused on North American Prehistory.