Cultural Resources Management

HRA’s staff of archaeologists and historic preservation professionals research, conduct fieldwork, analyze data, and prepare technical reports for a wide range of CRM and Historic Preservation clients, including corporations, government agencies, developers, and private citizens. We assist our clients with legal compliance as well as consultation with agencies and tribes.

We conduct CRM and Historic Preservation projects throughout the Pacific Northwest, Rocky Mountains, Great Plains, Alaska, the Caribbean, and nationwide through teaming partners.

HRA archaeologists beginning a pedestrian cultural resource survey for a proposed transmission line on Kupreanof Island, Southeast Alaska.

Facilitating Government-to-Government Consultation

HRA provides assistance and professional guidance to agencies and private clients in formal and informal tribal consultation and communication.


Through integration of GPS (Global Positioning System) and GIS (Geographic Information System) into our fieldwork and deliverables, HRA gathers and disseminates highly accurate…

Historic Preservation

HRA’s specialists assist clients with a range of historic preservation services, including preservation planning; adaptive reuse, rehabilitation, restoration and conservation…

Federal/State/Local Compliance

HRA assists agencies and private sector clients with the successful navigation of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA); the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA);…