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The NH Division of Historical Resources (NHDHR) maintains a list of qualified archaeologists who are actively working in NH for project proponents who require professional archaeological services. This list is provided as a service to the public and is published with the understanding that the NHDHR does not recommend, endorse, or assume responsibility for the quality of work of any individual or firm on this list. Project proponents should perform due diligence by checking credentials and obtaining multiple bids when hiring a consultant. Consultants are added to the list at their request if they meet the qualifications under 36CFR61, the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standard for Archaeology and meet NHDHR's additional qualifications. NHDHR's archaeological consultant listing policy can be found on our NHDHR Policies webpage.

Below is a list of archaeological consulting firms that employ one or more qualified archaeological consultants. Firms are identified as meeting qualifications for pre-contact, post-contact and/or underwater archaeological services. The list is arranged alphabetically by firm or by last name of individual if there is no firm name given. A comprehensive list of all qualified archaeological consultants is also available.

Comprehensive Archaeological Consultants List Adobe Acrobat

Address: 118 Whitfield Street, Guilford, CT 06437
Contact: Gregory F. Walwer, Ph.D
Email: acsinfo@yahoo.com
Phone: 203-458-0550
Website: www.acsarchaeology.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services: ACS is a cultural resource management firm specializing in the prehistoric and historic archaeology of New England and the Northeast United States. ACS qualifications meet and exceed the United States Secretary of the Interior and National Park Service standards for conducting cultural resource surveys (36 CFR Part 61). ACS is qualified to conduct surveys for projects requiring compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.

Address: 437 High Street, Burlington NJ 08016
Contact: Edward Morin
Email: ed.morin@aecom.com
Phone: 609-386-5444
Website: www.aecom-burlington.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services: AECOM’s 140 northeastern employees are precontact and historical archaeologists, architectural historians, historians, material culture specialists, and historic preservation planners meeting the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualification Standards, as well as field and laboratory technicians, graphics specialists, and production support staff. AECOM's team have expertise working within the continuously changing environment assisting our clients with permit and funding requirements under Section 106, Section 110, NEPA, Section 4(f), and state preservation laws. AECOM has cultural resource staff working in Chelmsford, MA; Providence, RI; Latham and NYC, NY, in addition to our main facility located in Burlington, NJ.

AHS, Inc.
Address: 569 Middle Turnpike, Storrs, CT 06268
Contact: Mary G. Harper
Email: mharper@ahs-inc.biz
Phone: 860-429-2142
Website: www.ahs-inc.biz
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services: AHS, Inc., is a full-service Cultural Resource Management (CRM) firm with over 34 years of experience in New England. We provide all levels of archaeological survey and architectural documentation services, as well as archaeological education programming, archival research, and historic preservation. AHS is also a NH-Certified D.B.E.

Archaeological Services at the University of Massachusetts
Address: Department of Anthropology, Machmer Hall, 240 Hicks Way, Amherst MA 01003
Contact: Eric Johnson
Email: ericjohnson@anthro.umass.edu
Phone: 413-545-1552
Website: www.umass.edu/archservices
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact, Underwater]

Sheila Charles
Address: 15 Boylston Avenue, Nashua NH 03064
Contact: Sheila Charles
Email: shearch27@gmail.com
Phone: 603-883-6574
Description of Services: Sheila Charles, an independent archaeological consultant, offers historic archaeological consulting services for non-transportation related Federal, State, local government, utilities, engineering firms, developers, private individuals, historic societies and museums. Charles exceeds the US Secretary of Interior (36CFR61) standards of a professional archaeologist. She possesses over 35 years of supervisory experience in all phases of archaeological investigations, cultural resource management, and archaeological educational outreach programs.

CBRE, Inc.
Address: 70 West Red Oak Lane, White Plains NY 10604
Contact: Maggie Klejbuk
Email: maggie.klejbuk@cbre.com
Phone: 914-267-6637
Website: www.cbre.com

Chrysalis Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
Address: 4110 Quentin Road Brooklyn NY 11234
Contact: Alyssa Loorya
Email: aloorya@chrysalisarchaoelogy.com
Phone: 718-645-3962
Website: www.chrysalisarchaeology.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services: Chrysalis, is a full-service Cultural Resource Management (CRM) firm.. We provide all levels of archaeological survey and architectural documentation services, as well as archaeological education programming and historic preservation. Chrysalis is also a NY Certified D.B.E., S.W.B.E. and G.S.A..

Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc.
Address: 410 Great Rd., Suite B14, Littleton MA 01460
Contact: Martin Dudek
Phone: 978-793-2579
Website: commonwealthheritagegroup.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]

Barbara Donohue
Address: 42 Sycamore Dr. #42, Leominster, MA 01453
Contact: Barbara Donohue
Email: donohueconsult@yahoo.com
Phone: 617-875-4478
Description of Services: Barbara Donohue is an independent archaeological consultant with over 23 years of experience specializing in New England historic archaeology. Working in all aspects of cultural resource management including, but not limited to, detailed archival research and documentation, archaeological resource assessments, burying ground preservation management plans and public interpretation her clients include state and local government agencies, engineering and environmental firms, developers and private individuals.

David S. Robinson & Associates, Inc.
Address: 55 Cole Street, Jamestown, RI 02835
Contact: David S. Robinson, M.A., R.P.A.
Email: davidandhayley1@cox.net
Phone: 401-578-7233
[Underwater, Pre-Contact, Post-Contact)]
Description of Services: David S. Robinson & Associates, Inc. (DSRA) is a New England-based, full-service Submerged Cultural Resource Management (SCRM) firm offering a comprehensive range of marine archaeological consulting services to clients in the private sector, academia, and in local, state, federal, and tribal agencies. DSRA’s principal, David Robinson, is a Registered Professional Archaeologist with 27 years of experience working in New England’s inland, coastal, and offshore waters, including HAZMAT environments, supervising and performing marine remote sensing submerged site identification/documentation surveys, National Register evaluations, mitigation/data recovery programs, educational outreach and training, and artifact conservation.

EBI Consulting
Address: 6876 Susquehanna Trail South, York, Pennsylvania 17403
Contact: Tory Harding, M.A., RPA
Email: tharding@ebiconsulting.com
Phone: 908-433-3545
Website: ebiconsulting.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]

Gray & Pape, Inc.
Address: 60 Valley Street, Suite 103, Providence RI 02909
Contact: Kristen Heitert
Phone: 860-630-0635
Website: www.graypape.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact, Underwater]
Description of Services: Gray & Pape is a nationally recognized business with over 30 years of experience across the Northeast, conducting all aspects of archaeological research. Gray & Pape completes the consultation process for local, state and federal level projects in a timely manner, according to and above all accepted standards. Our staff works closely with clients to clearly outline the project process, alternatives, and likely outcomes.

Hartgen Archeological Associates
Address: 1744 Washington Ave Ext., Rensselaer NY 12144
Contact: Matthew Kirk
Email: mkirk@hartgen.com
Phone: 518-283-0534
Website: www.hartgen.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services: Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc. is a full service Cultural Resource Management (CRM) firm with the capability to guide projects of all sizes through the CRM process. We offer a full range of archeological and architectural documentation services, as well as archeological education programming, archival research, and historic preservation. With nearly forty years of experience across the Northeast, Hartgen works with private clients as well as local, state, and federal governments.

Address: 2600 Park Tower Dr., Suite 100, Vienna, VA 22180
Contact: Kimberly Smith
Phone: 734-332-6412
Website: www.hdrinc.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact, Underwater]
Description of Services: HDR is a full-service Engineering, Architecture, and Environmental consulting firm with a nationwide program of cultural resources professionals. We conduct archaeological survey, evaluation, mitigation; architectural history survey and evaluation; ethnography and community involvement (including Traditional Cultural Property and Traditional Cultural Landscape assessments); and public outreach services for research and compliance-driven projects.

Heritage Consultants, LLC
Address: P.O. Box 310249, Newington, CT 06131
Contact: David R. George
E-mail: dgeorge@heritage-consultants.com
Phone: 860.299.6328
Website: www.heritage-consultants.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact, Underwater]
Description of Services: Heritage Consultants, LLC is a full-service Cultural Resource Management firm. We provide all levels of archaeological survey and architectural documentation services, as well as underwater investigations. Heritage Consultants, LLC also specializes in GIS, historical mapping, and aerial imagery research.

Hudson Valley Cultural Resource Consultants, Ltd.
Address: 3 Lyons Drive, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Contact: Beth Selig
Email: hvcultural@optonline.net
Phone: 914-456-3698
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services:
Beth Selig is a Registered Professional Archaeologist and a member of the Executive Board of the New York Archaeological Council. Selig has worked in the field of Cultural Resource Management for 20 years, completing all phases of archaeological investigations, as well as the mitigation of historic properties. Hudson Valley Cultural Resource Consultants offers a range of archaeological and historic preservation services guiding engineering, environmental and planning firms as well as not-for-profit, government and private clients through all phases of the cultural resource management process. HVCRC is a fully insured company.

Hunter Research, Inc.
Address: 120 West State Street, Trenton NJ 08608
Contact: Patricia Madrigal
Email: madrigal@hunterresearch.com
Phone: 609-695-0122
Website: www.hunterresearch.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]

Independent Archaeological Consulting, LLC
Address: 34 Dover Point Road, Suite 300, Dover NH 03820
Email: info@iac-llc.net
Phone: 603-430-2970
Website: www.iac-llc.net
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services: IAC is a woman-owned small business that has been in operation since 1990 and maintains a fully-equipped archaeology lab in Dover, New Hampshire. The company is staffed to conduct all phases of archaeological survey for both Pre-Contact and Post-Contact cultural resources, with the technology, experience and responsiveness necessary to readily address project developments as they unfold.

Landmark Archaeology, Inc.
Address: 6242 Hawes Road, Altamont NY 12009-4606
Contact: Derrick J. Marcucci
Email: dmarcucci@landmarkarchaeologyinc.com
Phone: 518-861-8283
Website: www.landmarkarchaeologyinc.net
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]

Allison McGovern, PhD, RPA
Independent Archaeological Consultant
234 North Titmus Drive
Mastic NY 11950
Phone: 631-796-4273
Email: ajmmcg@gmail.com
Website: allisonmcgovern.com

Monadnock Archaeological Consulting, LLC
Address: 144 Greenwood Road Dublin, NH 03444
Contact: Robert Goodby
Email: rgoodby@monadarch.com
Phone: 603-563-8123
Website: www.monadarch.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]

Address: 36 Maplewood Ave. Portsmouth, NH 03801
Contact: Stefan Claesson, Ph.D.
E-mail: stefan@nearview.net
Phone: 207-200-7879
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact, Underwater]

Northeast Archaeology Research Center, Inc.
Address: 382 Fairbanks Road, Farmington ME 04938
Email: nearc@nearchaeology.com
Phone: 207-860-4032
Website: http://nearchaeology.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]

POWER Engineers, Inc.
Address: 303 US Route One, Suite 2A, Freeport ME 04032
Contact: Stuart A. Eldridge
Email: Stuart.Eldridge@powereng.com
Phone: 207-869-1200
Website: www.powereng.com

Richard Grubb and Associates, Inc.
Address: 30 N. Main Street, P.O. Box 434, Cranbury NJ 08512
Contact: Mary Lynne Rainey
Email: mlrainey@richardgrubb.com
Phone: 609-655-0692
Website: www.richardgrubb.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]

Address: 247 Sullivan Street, Suite C, Claremont, NH 03743
Contact: Jacob Freedman
Email: Jacob@searchinc.com
Phone: 207-266-7709
Website: searchinc.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services: SEARCH provides a full range of traditional and specialized services in archaeology, architectural history, historic preservation, conservation/curation, public outreach, and national and state regulatory compliance. Our architectural history capabilities include restoration and reuse planning, economic analysis, HABS, HAER, and HALS recordation standards, and tax credit eligibility assessments. SEARCH also provides highly specialized tasks in maritime archaeology, with USACE-certified divers and experts in historic shipwrecks, submerged prehistoric resources, remote sensing, and conservation. We have a best-in-industry reputation for emergency and rapid response, major project logistics, and provide innovative, cost-effective alternatives to traditional mitigations including Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), LiDAR-based predictive modeling, and high-density laser scanning.

SWCA Environmental Consultants
Address: 15 Research Drive, Amherst MA 01002
Contact: Christopher Donta
Email: christopher.donta@swca.com
Phone: 413-256-0202
Website: www.swca.com
Description of Services: SWCA is a national environmental consulting business with over 35 years of experience that has among the largest cultural resource staffs in the country. The Amherst office has been consulting in the Northeast for more than 25 years, and the cultural resource lead, Dr. Christopher Donta, has worked in New Hampshire and the greater Northeast for more than 30 years. SWCA conducts cultural resource research, field surveys, evaluations, and data recovery for local, state and federal level projects according to and above all accepted state and federal standards. SWCA assists private, municipal and regulatory clients with all aspects of the permitting process, and is committed to open and clear communication regarding the nature, schedule and costs of cultural projects.

Tetra Tech, Inc.
Address: 1000 The American Road, Morris Plains NJ 07950
Contact: Sydne B. Marshall
Email: Sydne.Marshall@tteci.com
Phone: 973-630-8104
Website: www.tetratech.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]

The Louis Berger Group, Inc.
Address: 20 Corporate Woods Boulevard, Albany NY 12211-2370
Contact: Hope E. Luhman
Email: hluhman@louisberger.com
Phone: 518-334-6035
Website: www.louisberger.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]

The Ottery Group
Address: 3910 Knowles Avenue, Kensington, Maryland 20895
Contact: Lyle Torp (managing director)
Email: lyle.torp@otterygroup.com
Phone: 301-946-0219
Website: www.otterygroup.com
Description of Services: The Ottery Group offers a wide variety of services in archeology, historic preservation, and the environmental sciences. Since 1998, the firm has had experience in Section 106 documentation for compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Ottery Group staff has completed a broad range of Phase I, II, and III cultural resources projects throughout the eastern United States for a variety of federal, state, county, municipal, corporate, and private clients. Our extensive experience in natural and cultural resources projects provides reports tailored to meet state, federal, and tribal requirements.

The Public Archaeology Laboratory Inc.
Address: 26 Main Street, Pawtucket RI 02860
Contact: Suzanne Cherau
Email: scherau@palinc.com
Phone: 401-728-8780
Website: www.palinc.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services: PAL is a leading authority in cultural resource management and specializes in archaeology, architectural history, research and documentation, and preservation planning throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic. An independent, non-profit corporation with offices and laboratories in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, PAL has successfully completed more than 2,700 projects in the areas of cultural resource management, historic preservation planning, and regulatory consultation and compliance. Our clients include federal, state, and local agencies; non-profit institutions; and private developers. Established in 1982, PAL is the largest private cultural resource management firm in New England with a staff of more than 40 people.

Tower Engineering Professionals, Inc.
Address: 326 Tryon Road|Raleigh, NC 27603-3530
Contact: Nikki Mauro, MA, RPA
Email: nmauro@tepgroup.net
Phone: 919-263-3738
Website: www.tepgroup.net

Address: 1356 Washington St, Suite A, Bath, ME 04530
Contact: Karen Mack
Email: kemack@trccompanies.com
Phone: 207-387-0572
Website: www.trccompanies.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact, Underwater]
Description of Services: TRC is one of the three largest providers of cultural resources management services in the country. The permanent TRC cultural resource staff includes just under 100 professional archaeologists, archaeological technicians, architectural historians, preservation planners, and administrative and support personnel. With over 25 years of experience working in New England, TRC has the personnel, equipment, and facilities to respond promptly to all of our client’s needs for archaeology, Native American consultation, architectural history.

URS Corporation
Address: 437 High Street, Burlington NJ 08016
Contact: Edward Morin
Email: ed.morin@urs.com
Phone: 609-386-5444
Website: www.urs-burlington.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact, Underwater]

Victoria Bunker, Inc.
Address: PO Box 16 New Durham NH 03855
Contact: Victoria Bunker
Email: vbi_wp@tds.net
Phone: 603-776-4306
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact, Underwater]
Description of Services: Victoria Bunker, Inc. is a woman-owned business that provides a range of archeological consulting services throughout NH for Federal, State and local governmental agencies, utilities, engineering firms, developers and private individuals. Our expertise includes post-contact European-American and pre-contact Native American archeological sites, ruins and districts at the Phase I, II and III survey levels, for industrial, urban, rural, military, ritual, and funerary resources. We prepare research designs, National and State Register eligibility statements, and Environmental Impact Statements and have worked throughout New Hampshire on a variety of projects for more than 30 years.

Carol S. Weed
Address: 50 Saw Mill Rd., #15326, Danbury CT 06810
Contact: Carol Weed
Email: csw13108@gmail.com
Phone: 646-276-2460
Description of Services: Carol S. Weed, an independent consultant, offers pre-contact archaeological consulting services for public and private projects. The services are limited to due diligence reviews and Phase IA documentary studies for Federal, State, local government, utilities, engineering firms, and developers. Ms.Weed meets the US Secretary of Interior (36CFR61) standards as a professional archaeologist and is a member of the Register of Professional Archaeologists (Member #989090). She has worked in the U.S. Northeast and its once-glaciated settings for over 40 years as a cultural resources Project Manager and Principal Investigator for all phases of archaeological investigations

Address: 166 Valley St Building 5
Providence, RI 02909
Contact: Nathan Scholl
Email: nathan.scholl@wsp.com
Website: www.wsp.com
[Pre-Contact, Post-Contact]
Description of Services: WSP USA, Inc. maintains a full-service Cultural Resource Management (CRM) firm with the capability to guide projects of all sizes through the CRM process. We can help to identify and mitigate developmental impacts and conserve cultural heritage resources across the world or locally, delivering solutions that respect the environmental, aesthetic, cultural, and historical values that shape our communities and their collective identities. WSP has advised on archaeological sites, landscapes, structures, and monuments locally and globally. Our experts understand international, national, local planning policy and best practice, and can advise clients on compliance at all stages of a project. We liaise extensively with the public, local architectural conservation advisory committees, and other stakeholders.



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