In 2010 CyArk partnered with Christofori und Partner to assist World Monuments Fund and the Institute for Regional Archaeological Research (IDARQ)'s conservation efforts on site. World Monuments Fund added Chankillo to the World Monuments Watch list in 2010 to raise awareness around the site and begin conservation efforts on its monumental architectural features. The site has been slowly eroding due to strong winds, humidity, temperature fluctuations and earthquakes. During the field expedition, CyArk was able to document most of the site, including the Fortress, the Thirteen Towers, the Western Observing Point, the Eastern Observing Point, the Administrative Complex, and the Geoglyphs. The team utilized a Leica C10 and a Leica HDS 6000 to complete the documentation.