For your projects subject to federal or state regulations, we offer a cost-efficient and successful approach to cultural resource compliance. By properly assessing cultural impacts, we can help you avoid delays, fines and legal ramifications.
Our team of Registered Professional Archaeologists offers decades of experience coordinating with regulating agencies in the electric transmission, power generation and oil and gas industries.
- Federal and state agencies
- State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPO)
- Native American tribes and Tribal Historic Preservation Offices (THPO)
Support for Every Project Phase
We help our clients from initial routing and siting—including industry-leading cultural resource risk assessments—through construction monitoring and project completion.
Our deep experience with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the Archaeological Resource Protection Act (ARPA), and other federal regulations for the protection and management of cultural resources will allow us to help you develop sound strategies to:
- Avoid, reduce or mitigate adverse effects to sensitive cultural resources
- Communicate project information to stakeholders
- Assess resource eligibility for listing on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)
- Meet agency consultation, inventory and permitting requirements
- Develop and execute Memoranda of Agreement and Programmatic Agreements
Compliance for Every Cultural Resource
If your project includes or affects one or more of these cultural resources, you’ll need support to ensure compliance.
- NRHP listed or eligible resources
- Roads, trails and rail lines
- Prehistoric and historic period archaeological sites or areas of high probability
- Buildings and structures
- Bridges and canals or historic industrial facilities
- Cultural landscapes, viewsheds or historic districts
- Native American Traditional Cultural Places (TCP)