Cultural Resource law compliance is increasingly becoming a part of development and construction projects. There are numerous national, state, and local laws and regulations that may need to be addressed for any given project, and, unfortunately, these are causing more and more project delays. We work with differennt clients on all sizes of projects to move through the legal compliance quickly and thoroughly.
Archaeology reports are becoming more necessary as part of a diligent review of developable land. The requirements are fairly new and the review is often critical. Garth and Drayton Archaeology has always been able to provide quality reports in the time provided, even in a pinch. These reports have never come back as insufficient or lacking information and have held up when scrutinized by multiple reviewers or at hearings. We enjoy working with such a knowledgeable and meticulous person, and trust that Garth will keep pace even as regulations change.
— Cheryl Browder, Land Use Planner, Apex Engineering
The Cultural Resource review and compliance process can be confusing and we’re here to guide you through it. We offer a full range of archaeological services necessary for legal compliance on new and existing development, and construction projects, including:
- Data recovery/mitigation