Making the Past Relevant

HRA provides cultural resource management, historical research, and litigation support for public and private clients across the country. Since 1974, we have been helping our clients use the past to solve present-day problems.

Making the Past Relevant

HRA provides cultural resource management, historical research, and litigation support for public and private clients across the country. Since 1974, we have been helping our clients use the past to solve present-day problems.

Making the Past Relevant

HRA provides cultural resource management, historical research, and litigation support for public and private clients across the country. Since 1974, we have been helping our clients use the past to solve present-day problems.

Making the Past Relevant

HRA provides cultural resource management, historical research, and litigation support for public and private clients across the country. Since 1974, we have been helping our clients use the past to solve present-day problems.

Cultural Resource
Management

HRA provides a full range of Cultural Resource Management (CRM) and Historic Preservation services to assist agencies and private companies in navigating cultural resource…

Historical Research

HRA conducts in-depth historical research in archives and repositories across the country and prepares reports, books, brochures, and interpretive content that bring this…

Litigation Support

HRA helps attorneys understand and use historical evidence in briefs, motions, trial presentations, and settlement discussions.

Featured Project

Fremont Bridge Approach Replacements

Fremont Bridge Approach Replacements HRA completed cultural resources investigations and mitigation for the proposed replacement of the approaches to the National Register-listed Fremont Bridge in Seattle, Washington. HRA prepared Section 106 consultation…

Recent News

Project Archaeologist Steven Dampf Celebrates 15 Years at HRA

Fifteen years ago today, Steven Dampf joined HRA as a Research Archaeologist in our Seattle office. Within a few years, family need led to a change of offices that meant moving his life hundreds of miles to Spokane, and he feared that would be the end of his tenure...

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Sadin Receives Honorable Mention from NCPH

We’re pleased to announce that historian Paul Sadin received Honorable Mention for the National Council on Public History’s 2019 Excellence in Consulting Individual Award for the book A History of the Cushman Hydroelectric Project: Tacoma Power, the Skokomish Tribe,...

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