We have successfully completed over 800 archaeological projects for federal, state, local, and tribal governments, and developers. We work efficiently and precisely to meet the project needs.
Literature Review – Background research of a project area to identify all known archaeological sites that may be impacted by the project.
Potentiality Modeling – A method used to identify areas with the greatest archaeological potential.
Survey & Evaluation – Includes identification surveys to assess archaeological sites potential and evaluation surveys to determine National Register eligibility.
Mitigation – Typically consists of data recovery and/or construction monitoring.
Monitoring – On-site monitoring of construction and construction-related activities, often in collaboration with Native American monitors.
Five Core Staff – with archaeology/anthropology degrees, including two who meet the Secretary of Interior’s Standards and one Registered Professional Archaeologist.
Seasonal Archaeologists – deep pool of seasonal archaeologists who return to us each year dependent on fieldwork needs.