Environmental Sciences Associates

ESA provides the full suite of cultural resources services including preparing monitoring plans and unanticipated discovery plans, conducting monitoring, evaluating eligibility of cultural resources (including historic buildings), curation, underwater archaeology,
and geoarchaeology/geomorphology. If cultural resources issues are identified, we help our clients resolve potential project conflicts. Our reports include evaluation of identified cultural resources and, if necessary, recommendations for compliance activities.


Categories: Archaeology


Paula Johnson, MA, RPA Director, NW Cultural Resources

Chris Lockwood, PhD, RPA Geoarchaeologist

Alicia Valentino, PhD, RPA Archaeologist


5309 Shilshole Avenue NW
Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98107

819 SE Morrison Street
Suite 310
Portland, OR 97214