Archaeology, Compliance, and Assessment

Archaeological Mitigation

Cultural Resource Management processes include:

  • Archaeological Survey, Historic Resources Evaluation, and Testing
  • Mitigation Proposals and Recommendations
  • Construction Site (Archaeological) Monitoring
  • Project Management and On-Site Mitigation
  • Recover, Process, Evaluate, and Interpret recovered cultural materials

Compliance Review

Federal, state, and local cultural resource assessments in accordance with:

  • National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA)
  • National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)
  • California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
  • Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)
  • Archaeological Resources Protection Act

Historic Structures Reporting

Documentation of Historic Structures as per CEQA Compliance:

  • Historic Structures Research, Report Preparation, and Evaluation
  • Interpretation of Architectural Histories, including Building Modifications
  • Evaluation for National Register of Historic Place (NRHP) status
  • Publication of Findings as Appropriate

Historic Resource Assessments

Historic structure and archaeological resources assessments:

  • Historic sites documentation and reporting
  • Architectural photography and videography
  • Historic map interpretation and identification
  • Archaeological resource evaluations

Project Site Research

Archival research for historic site studies assembled from:

  • California Cultural Resource repositories
  • Online and digital archives
  • Digital Commons repositories
  • Public records and Oral histories

Interpretive Services

Educational consulting and cultural resources interpretation and exhibition:

  • Educational resource development
  • Collections management and exhibition
  • Photography and historic image research
  • Multimedia development and videography

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