Cultural Resource Consultants




Our Alaskan Woman-Owned Small Business is experienced, versatile, and can rapidly respond to the needs of our clients.  We possess in-depth archaeological and historical knowledge of all regions of the state as well as all the necessary equipment for Alaskan fieldwork.  Our experience includes both urban and remote locations from Southeast Alaska to the North Slope and the Aleutian Islands.  Our clients include private sector businesses; Alaska Native tribes, corporations, and villages; non-profit organizations; local governments; and state and federal agencies.

We assist our clients with compliance with federal and Alaskan cultural resource laws, including the:

-National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA)

-Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)

-National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

-Alaska Historic Preservation Act (AHPA)

Our fieldwork capabilities include:

-Archaeological and architectural surveys

-Archaeological site excavation, with follow-up analysis and reporting

-Historic American Building Survey (HABS) and Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documentation

-Identification and assessment of Traditional Cultural Properties (TCP)

-GPS and total station mapping

-Remote sensing documentation

-Aerial mapping and modeling with drone technology

-Archaeological metal detection

-Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) surveys and analyses

Field work-related and additional services that we can provide to our clients include:

-Cultural resource literature reviews and project assessments

-Tribal, federal, and state agency consultation assistance

-Research and evaluation for Environmental Assessments (EA) and -Environmental Impact Statements (EIS)

-Data gap analyses

-Predictive modeling

-Evaluations of cultural resource eligibility for the National Register of Historic Places

-Reports that meet both the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines, and the requirements of the Alaska State Office of History and Archaeology

-Recommendations regarding project effects on historic properties

-Development of Section 106 agreement documents, including -Memoranda of Agreement (MOA), Programmatic Agreements (PA), and Historic Property Management Plans (HPMP)

-Laboratory research:

    Artifact analysis of both pre-and post-contact artifacts

    Faunal analysis


-Brochures, booklets, and posters

-Interpretive Displays


Office Phone: 907-349-3445 


© 2023 Cultural Resource Consultants

® LLC, All Rights Reserved


Office Phone: 907-349-3445 

® LLC, All Rights Reserved

© 2023 Cultural Resource Consultants