CRC has worked in every region of the state. We have completed projects on federally-owned, state-owned, and private lands, including Native corporation lands. Below are a few of the notable projects we have completed.
Salvage Recovery at the Amaknak Bridge Site (UNL-050), Dutch Harbor, Alaska
This project was a blend of mitigation through site excavation and monitoring of an Unangan village prior to the construction of Henry Swanson Drive in Unalaska by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF). The project required a non-traditional excavation and extensive consultation between DOT&PF, Ounalashka Corporation, and Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska. The work required two field seasons and excavated 2,160 cubic meters of cultural material. Over 4,000 artifacts and samples were collected and eighty-eight features were identified.
Archaeological Investigations in the Surf Bay Archaeological District, Akun, Alaska
CRC’s work within the Surf Bay Archaeological District on Akun Island in the eastern Aleutian Islands was focused on survey, assessment, and
Evaluation of the Platinum Mine Historic District, Platinum, Alaska
Archaeological Assessment and Historical and Architectural Survey for the Wrangell Road and Utility Improvements Project, Wrangell, Alaska
CRC conducted a cultural resources assessment for archaeological and architectural historic resources in downtown Wrangell, Alaska. The project integrated multiple information sources including: local interviews, archival research, and an architectural survey. The cultural resources assessment identified 38 historic structures and one historic district.