Cultural Resource Management
Broadbent’s archaeologists and architectural historians understand the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) process and have the professional expertise to recognize, record, and evaluate potential cultural resources across a multitude of geographies for a variety of clients.
We understand that these projects can sometimes be time-consuming, but our archaeologist are operationally focused and goal oriented. We ensure your project complies with the law while doing our best to keep your project on time.
- Cultural Resource Inventories
- Section 106 Compliance Reports
- Historic Properties Treatment Plans
- Archaeological Excavations (Testing and Data Recovery)
- Cultural Resource Monitoring for Construction and Land Development
- Architectural Inventories
- Archival Research
- Geodatabase Design and Management
- GPS and GIS