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  • Archaeology

    Our region is extremely archaeologically rich, with over 4,000 scheduled ancient monuments, 3 world heritage sites and over 40,000 listed buildings. In addition to these legally protected sites, local councils hold details on tens of thousands of archaeological sites of local or regional importance. As part of our environmental screening process, ...

    By Wessex Water Services Limited based in Claverton Down, UNITED KINGDOM. from Archaeology Service line

  • Archive Preparation Services

    L – P : Archaeology provides a dedicated service for all sizes and complexities of archaeological archives; from small scale documentary collections, to large quantities of artefacts and data from extensive or long-running research projects.

    By L - P : Archaeology based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Cultural Resource Services

    WestLand's team of archaeologists provides consulting services for cultural resource management; our specialists conduct archaeological surveys (Class I through III), cultural resource evaluations, monitoring, archaeological testing, and data recovery for a variety of clients throughout the Southwest. WestLand's staff is well versed in city, ...

    By WestLand Resources, Inc. based in Tucson, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Cultural Resource Management Services

    Broadbent’s archaeological team provides cultural resource management (CRM) services including archaeological investigation, architectural inventory, GIS, cultural resources monitoring, and federal, state, and local regulatory compliance.

    By Broadbent & Associates, Inc. (BAI) based in Henderson, NEVADA (USA).

  • Excavations and Data Management Services

    ArcheoRes – Archaeological Research Group is a team of professional and high specialized archaeologists with extensive experience in the implementation and documentation of all types of stratigraphic excavation, including rescue archaeology, whether in urban and non-urban context. The methodology applied by ArcheoRes allow short ...

    By ArcheoRes - Archaeological Research Group based in Papiano (Perugia), ITALY.

  • Archaeology

    AMIS-XP is based on the MMS-4 high sensitivity magnetometer processor, and is able to process the signals from as many eight cesium magnetometer sensors, simultaneously. AMIS-XP features data recording on an internal flash card, a sunlight readable TFT LCD graphic data display, 8-channels analog input, a Garmin 16 GPS receiver for positioning and ...

    By Pico Envirotec Inc. based in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Archaeology Service line

  • Comprehensive Archaeological Services

    GAI's comprehensive archaeological services are based on more than 35 years of experience. From Phase IA sensitivity modeling through Phase III site mitigation, our dedicated professionals clear the way for new projects by effectively managing prehistoric- and historic-period cultural features.To streamline archaeological studies, GAI routinely ...

    By GAI Consultants Inc. based in Fort Wayne, INDIANA (USA).

  • Archaeological Geophysics Services

    Geophysical surveys are used to create maps of subsurface archaeological features. Features are the non-portable part of the archaeological record, whether standing structures or traces of human activities left in the soil. Geophysical instruments can detect buried features when their electrical or magnetic properties contrast measurably with ...

    By ClearView Geophysics Inc. based in Brampton, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Archaeological Services

    ECORP's cultural resources staff provides all services required for the identification, evaluation, and treatment of archaeological resources as needed for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. ECORP archaeologists carry out field surveys to identify prehistoric sites including village sites, temporary camps, roasting ...

    By ECORP Consulting Inc. based in Rocklin, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Archaeological Services Service line

  • Community Outreach Services

    The pressure is on for developers to design sustainable projects. Outreach programmes that capitalise on the process of archaeology during development will engage local communities whilst promoting social dimensions of sustainable development. L – P : Archaeology uses cultural heritage constructively to help developers build communities that ...

    By L - P : Archaeology based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Archaeological Studies

    Cultural Resource Management has become a priority in preparation for the development of lands in San Antonio. Archaeological Surveys commonly involve archaeological and archival research, and are often required by the Texas Historical Commission and/or the Corps of Engineers to obtain funding, licensing and permitting for a wide variety of public ...

    By Frost GeoSciences, Inc. based in Helotes, TEXAS (USA). from Archaeological Studies Service line

  • Cultural Resources Services

    Early identification of archaeological and historic resources is the key to avoiding project disruption, delays, and unanticipated costs. AARCHER performs archaeological and architectural history services for clients throughout the United States. Our compliance-based consulting approach ensures that all Aarcher cultural resources services remain ...

    By Aarcher, Inc. based in Annapolis, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Archaeological Services

    Our landscape is rich in archaeological evidence of previous generations. Whether it is the buried fragments of former settlements, the larger remains of industrial activities, or the subtle patterns of human activity that shape the landscape, few sites can be written off without some form of assessment.

    By Richards, Moorehead & Laing Ltd based in Ruthin, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Archaeological Services

    Moore Group’s Archaeological section undertakes work throughout Ireland. Established in 2001, we have developed considerable expertise in all aspects of archaeology during our twelve years. We are unique in that we provide an holistic service to our clients, working in conjunction with our in-house environmental consultants to provide a ...

  • Archaeological Services

    The use of geophysics has become increasingly beneficial to archaeological surveys. A geophysical survey should not be used to replace an in-depth archeological survey conducted by a qualified professional archaeologist. Instead, it should be used as one of many tools that can be applied to the investigation. Geophysics can be used to provide ...

    By GeoView, Inc. based in St. Petersburg, FLORIDA (USA). from Archaeological Services Service line

  • Geophysical Surveys Services

    Geophysical surveys are non-destructive and non-intrusive methods to detect buried features when their physical properties contrast measurably with their surroundings. Archaeological remains can be considered as a modification of the soil, and thus the evaluation of differences between the physical property of soils and ...

    By ArcheoRes - Archaeological Research Group based in Papiano (Perugia), ITALY.

  • GIS & Topography Services

    Photogrammetry is the technique of acquiring measurements from multiple overlapping photographic images taken from different positions. This technique enables the reconstruction of accurate 2D and 3D models of archaeological objects or scenes. Archaeologists are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of this survey technique particularly the ...

    By ArcheoRes - Archaeological Research Group based in Papiano (Perugia), ITALY.

  • Cultural Resource Management

    Summit's cultural resource management (CRM) program is designed to assist our clients in achieving compliance with federal preservation legislation as set forth in Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA), and the Native American Graves ...

    By Summit Envirosolutions, Inc. based in Saint Paul, MINNESOTA (USA).

  • Archaeology For Remediation

    By their very nature, a large number of the civil engineering and remediation projects undertaken by VHE, have involved extensive earthworks operations. A key element of these involves historical research during design development to establish the historical significance of the site.

    By VHE Construction Plc based in Barnsley, UNITED KINGDOM. from Archaeology For Remediation Service line

  • Terrestrial Archaeology

    WCRM brings its clients the expertise of nearly 35 years successfully completing archaeological projects across the West. Since our founding, we have completed more than 2,500 cultural resources projects of all types and scales. These projects have been undertaken to assist our clients in compliance with numerous federal, state, tribal, and local ...

    By Western Cultural Resource Management, Inc. (WCRM) based in Boulder, COLORADO (USA).

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