HRA participated in an NAI session today, Enduring Hwéeldi, which explores the collaborative effort between tribal partners, the State of New Mexico, and consultants to redevelop interpretation at Bosque Redondo Memorial in Fort Sumner, New Mexico. Morgen Young a panel discussion with Manuelito Wheeler, director of the Navajo Nation Museum; Patrick Moore, director of New Mexico […]
We’re happy to announce that HRA is certified as a women-owned small business (WOSB) under Subpart 19.15 of the Federal Acquisition Regulations. As of April 1, 2018, women surpassed more than 50% of HRA’s ownership, making us eligible for WOSB status at the federal level.
Michele Punke celebrates 5 years with HRA on September 30. Michele’s work as HRA’s geoarchaeologist has proved invaluable over the years, and she is an integral part of our CRM division. Michele is a rigorous researcher, a problem solver, and a team player. She is also an accomplished project manager who has helped many of […]
Senior Architectural Historian Natalie Perrin celebrates 10 years with HRA this month. Her passion for historic preservation, her adept ability to assess the built environment and evaluate historic resources, and her dedication to both HRA and our clients has served us tremendously well over the last decade. Thank you, Natalie, for all that you do!
HRA thanks Project Historian Nick Kryloff for ten years of service! A skilled and heralded writer, an imaginative and effective researcher, and an efficient and organized project manager, Nick has played a vital role in HRA’s DC office and in HRA’s history division at large. Congratulations, Nick, on this milestone work anniversary!
Please join with us in congratulating Alex Stevenson on his 5-year anniversary at HRA. During his tenure, he has become an integral part of our company. He has built up a rigorous knowledge of cultural resource compliance requirements and has gained solid skills for managing both small and large complex projects. He has an excellent base […]