International Archaeology & Ecology Consultants
|Exploring the Mysteries of Ecological Time|
ProficiencyCRC staff members are experienced professionals who have managed many cultural resource and environmental investigation projects in the United States and internationally. We work with both the public and private sectors, including Federal, State and International agencies, local governments, large corporations, Native American organizations, and small businesses. All staff and associate consultants meet, or far exceed, the professional qualifications in their respective specialty as defined by United States Federal and State mandates or International agreements. In addition to English, certain staff members or associate consultants are fluent in either Spanish or Russian.
Our Associate Consultants include: full-time archaeologists, environmental scientists, and researchers with extensive investigation, excavation, laboratory, and report writing experience; a computer graphics arts and mapping specialist with archaeological experience; professionals in anthropology, historic and prehistoric archaeology, geomorphology, photography, ethnography, historical research, and an administrative, finance, and contract manager. Specialized analytical tasks such as DNA, radiocarbon dating, accelerator mass spectrometry, soils analysis, or electron microprobe analysis are submitted to highly qualified laboratories.
Key CRC staff have the Health and Safety Training for Hazardous Waste Operations-OSHA 1910.120 - 40 hour (HAZWOPER) required for working near hazardous materials. Supervisory personnel have current First Aid/CPR training. Each senior staff member has completed all required training on federal projects and historic preservation law.
For all projects, CRC will provide a highly qualified team of professionals with relevant experience in conducting cultural resource investigation and environmental assessments, preparing permit applications, and assuring regulatory compliance. All Principal Investigators are certified as Registered Professional Archaeologists and have many years of cultural resource and environmental investigation and management experience. Project Managers and Field Staff members who have sufficient years of domestic and international experience assist the Principal Investigator. Essential project members have all worked in their respective specialties on many levels of archaeological, archival, and environmental research. We are able to work with short notice, and can provide relevant start-up services, site supervision, or complete field crews for any location, locally or internationally, within seventy-two hours of formal notification.