Environmental Health Sciences:
Cultural Resources

When the past becomes present.

NV5’s team of archaeologists, ethnographers and historians provide the full range of services necessary to achieve regulatory compliance. Our cultural resources specialists are permitted with state, federal and tribal agencies, and are experienced in all aspects of cultural resources management. NV5’s cultural resources specialists meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards (36 CFR Part 610), as well as state and local permitting requirements.


  • Archaeological Monitoring
  • Archaeological Survey
  • Archival Research
  • Collections Management
  • Database Construction and Management
  • Ethnographic Studies
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Data Collection and Mapping
  • Historic Archaeology
  • Historic American Buildings Surveys
  • Historic American Engineering Records
  • Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plans
  • Macrobotanical Studies
  • Materials Preparation
  • National Register of Historic Places Nominations
  • Native American Tribal Consultation Support
  • Osteology and Bioarchaeology
  • Section 106 Compliance
  • Site Predictive Modeling
  • Site Testing and Evaluation
  • State/Tribal Historic Preservation Office Coordination
  • Traditional Cultural Property Inventory


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