With offices across the United States, HRA is closely monitoring information on COVID-19 in all of our office and project locations. We are maintaining our services while adapting in the following ways: • We continue to work on all active projects and do not anticipate missing any deadlines. • We will continue field work where […]
As of March 8th, T. Weber Greiser has been an employee of Historical Research Associates for 40 years! Given that HRA has been in business for 46 years indicates how much he has seen of the development and changes that have come to HRA during that time. Weber has always served at a level of […]
Please join us in celebrating Heather Lee Miller’s fifteenth anniversary at HRA! Heather earned her history PhD from The Ohio State University in 2002. She then worked as an acquisitions editor at The Ohio State University Press until 2005, when she joined HRA. In addition to being a versatile historian, Heather is an HRA shareholder […]
The Society of Architectural Historians has issued a statement in opposition to a proposed executive order on federal buildings. HRA agrees with the Society of Architectural Historians in opposing this proposed order. You can read their full statement here.
On behalf of Historical Research Associates, Inc., President/CEO Emily Greenwald has sent this letter to the OMB to oppose the closure of the National Archives and Records Administration facility in Seattle.
On December 31, 2019, Principal Archaeologist Brad Bowden celebrates 15 years at HRA. Brad works in HRA’s Portland office as one of HRA’s lead archaeologists and project managers. His years of experience running a wide variety of projects in various contexts make him an expert at navigating complex cultural resource issues. He is also HRA’s […]