Vice President, CRM Division Manager - Seattle Office
Brent Hicks’ education includes an MA in Anthropology, 1991, a BA in Recreation and Parks Administration, 1987, and a BA in Anthropology, 1986. He has 30 years’ experience in cultural resource management and has conducted and managed archaeological investigations in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and California. Brent is skilled in all aspects of research and fieldwork in both historic and prehistoric archaeology, and has a strong background in lithic artifact analysis. He has worked on numerous archaeological projects associated with transportation corridors.
Brent also has considerable experience working with Native American Tribes, which includes consultation on all types of cultural resource management projects and topics. He managed a tribal cultural resource management compliance program for off-reservation federal lands.
Brent has managed numerous CRM projects on federal, state, and private lands, including inventories, evaluations, and site mitigation (e.g., protection and data recovery, burial site protection, and archaeological collections assessments and rehabilitation for curation purposes). He has prepared management documents, including Historic Property Management Plans, Memoranda of Agreements, and Programmatic Agreements.