Archaeological and Historical Services, Eastern Washington University

Since 1980, Archaeological and Historical Services (AHS) has provided cultural resources management services for all aspects of project planning and development in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. AHS is a grant/contract research program at Eastern Washington University that specializes in aiding private, city, county, state, and federal clients in meeting local, state, and federal compliance requirements. AHS services are designed to provide compliance with cultural resources regulatory processes, including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA, Section 106 Compliance), Executive Order 05-05, and State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). AHS employs a full-time professional staff with extensive CRM and research experience in the Pacific Northwest. The professional staff meet Secretary of Interior Standards (36 CFR Part 61) in history, archaeology, and architectural history. AHS has prepared more than 2,700 cultural resources reports since 1980 which routinely include:

• Survey reports (Phase I)
• Archaeological testing and evaluation plans (Phase II)
• Data recovery reports (Phase III)
• Construction monitoring reports
• Historic building assessments
• Historic and Ethnographic Overviews
• Cultural resources management plans
• Memoranda of agreement (MOAs) and programmatic agreement (PA)
• NRHP nominations and determination of eligibility
• HABS/HAER/HALS documentation
• Inadvertent discovery plans
• Environmental Assessment (EA) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

Categories: Archaeology

Region: Statewide, West, East, Oregon, Idaho, Montana

Contacts

Jennifer Wilson, Director

Rebecca Stevens, Program Director

Address

201 Isle Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
509-359-2239

https://sites.ewu.edu/ahs/

ICF

ICF (formerly Jones & Stokes Associates) is a multi-disciplinary environmental services firm. Regarded as a leading firm in archaeology, historic preservation, and architectural history, ICF’s cultural resources staff includes experts in all areas of cultural resources management. Our services include compliance with Section 106 of the NHPA, Section 4(f) of the Transportation Act, NEPA, SEPA, Governor’s Executive Order 05-05, and the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards; preparing HABS/HAER/HALS documentation, historic resources surveys, and building assessments; and conducting archaeological pedestrian and subsurface testing, data recovery, and artifact curation.

Categories: Archaeology

Region: West

Address

710 Second Ave
Suite 550
Seattle, WA 98104
206-801-2818

http://www.icf.com

DOWL

Established in 1962, DOWL is a multi-disciplined engineering and consulting firm based in Seattle, Washington, providing services throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska. DOWL provides a broad range of cultural resources services including archival research, GIS, historic and archaeological survey and inventory, traditional cultural property studies, and consultation. We assist private groups and agencies in permitting and compliance with local, state, and federal ordinances including Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and Section 4(f) of the Department of Transportation Act. Our archaeologists, historians, and architectural historians have the expertise to assist with:

• Cultural Resources Management Plans
• Historic and Archaeological Survey and Inventory
• Seattle Landmark Nominations and “Appendix A” documentation
• Artifact Curation
• Human Remains
• National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and National Historic Landmark nominations
• Mitigation including development of Memoranda of Agreements
• Interpretative brochures and displays
• HABS/HAER documentation
• Oral history/ethnographic interviews

Categories: Archaeology, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations

Region: West

Contacts

Jennifer Flathman, Architectural Historian

Lucy Flynn Zuccotti, Archaeologist

Address

701 Fifth Avenue
Suite 4120
Seattle, WA 98104
206-946-8115

http://www.dowl.com

Cultural Resource Consultants, LLC

Established in 2001, Cultural Resource Consultants, LLC (CRC) is a Washington State certified woman-owned small business based in Seattle. CRC offers a wide range of professional and technical services related to the identification, evaluation, and management of heritage resources. CRC staff exceed the Qualifications Standards of the Secretary of the Interior Standards for their disciplines of expertise (36 CFR 61) and follow the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation standard reporting protocol. CRC staff have expertise in compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, National Environmental Policy Act, State Environmental Policy Act, and Governor’s Executive Order 05-05.

CRC has the necessary professional expertise, office and field resources, and access to public archival and research facilities required to complete a comprehensive suite of cultural resources discipline studies. CRC capabilities include cultural resources sensitivity evaluation; literature searches; cultural resources surveys to locate, identify, and evaluate archaeological and historic sites and built environment; data recovery and mitigation excavations; historic context studies; geomorphological/geoarchaeological investigations; National Register of Historic Places Nominations, and HABS/HAER recordation. CRC prepares technical reports, regulatory documents for state and federal compliance, cultural resources mitigation plans, Memoranda of Agreements, permit documentation, and cultural resources inventory forms. A CRC hallmark has been developing pragmatic project solutions that address the spirit and letter of cultural resource regulations.

Categories: Archaeology

Contacts

Margaret Berger, Principal Investigator

Sonja Kassa, Projects Manager

Address

1416 NW 46th Street
STE 105 PMB 346
Seattle, WA 98017
206-855-9020

http://www.crcwa.com

ASM Affliates, Inc.

ASM Affiliates, Inc. (ASM) is a Cultural Resources Management (CRM) rm with more than 35 years of experience in providing historic preservation services to government and private proponents. With more than 50 professionally qualified archaeologists, historians, architectural historians, GIS specialists, cultural anthropologists, ethnographers, technical specialists, and administrative staff, ASM can efficiently provide management planning documents of the highest quality. ASM has two offices in the Pacific Northwest in Stanwood and Spokane, WA.

Categories: Archaeology, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations

Contacts

Jennifer Krintz Gorman, M.H.P., Senior Architectural Historian

Shannon Davis, M.A., Senior Architectural Historian

David Iversen, M.A., Senior Archaeologist

Address

432 E. 27th Avenue
Spokane, WA 99203
509-991-6136

26231 72nd Avenue NW
Suite 104
Stanwood, WA 98292
360-572-4870

http://www.asmaffliates.com

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

Contacts

Paula Johnson, MA, RPA Director, NW Cultural Resources

Chris Lockwood, PhD, RPA Geoarchaeologist

Alicia Valentino, PhD, RPA Archaeologist

Address

5309 Shilshole Avenue NW
Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98107
206-789-9658

819 SE Morrison Street
Suite 310
Portland, OR 97214
503-274-2010

http://www.esassoc.com

Aqua Terra Cultural Resource Consultants

Navigating cultural resource compliance on land or sea.

Aqua Terra Cultural Resource Consultants is a certified Women’s Business Enterprise and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise firm (Certification No. D2F6522310), providing full service cultural resource compliance and permitting assistance services. Cultural resource management and compliance with cultural resource laws can be challenging. Working with the right specialists, who understand the importance of staying within budget and timelines, while doing excellent work and sustaining great relationships with agencies, tribes and contractors is instrumental.

We provide terrestrial and underwater cultural resource surveys, archaeological assessments, historic property inventories, and will assist you in navigating compliance with laws such as Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and Governor’s Executive Order 05-05. Our key staff members exceed the Secretary of Interior Standards of Professional Archaeology and Architectural History Practitioners (36 CFR 61).

We specialize in cultural resource management throughout the Pacific Northwest, and offer specialists experienced working in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, and abroad including Australia and the U.K. With our experience and backgrounds, we bring a comprehensive understanding of pre-contact and historical archaeology and cultural resource management.

Categories: Archaeology

Contacts

Sarah J. Amell, Principal

Address

8525 Stoney Creek Ln SW
Olympia, WA 98512
360-359-6701

http://aquaterracrc.com/

AHA!

AHA! (Architectural History & Archaeology! LLC), a women-owned small business, provides cultural resource services throughout the Pacific Northwest, including cultural resource surveys, historical buildings/structures survey and documentation, pre-contact and historical archaeological surveys, archaeological testing, archaeological excavation, National Register of Historic Places evaluation, HABS/HAER/HALS and Levels II and III Mitigation documentation, construction monitoring, historical research, interpretive exhibits, and Native American tribal coordination. We regularly assist federal, state, and local governments, Native American tribes, and private clients in compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, Executive Order 05-05, NEPA, SEPA, and other codes. Each senior staff member has over 20 years of professional cultural resources experience.

Categories: Archaeology

Contacts

Ann Sharley, M.A., RPA, Sr. Architectural Historian / Archaeologist

Fran Hamilton, M.A., RPA, Sr. Archaeologist

Address

109 S. Holiday Rd.
Spokane Valley, WA 99016
509-998-5074