Cultural Resource Consultants LLC

An Alaskan-owned and operated company since 1975

A lithic scatter found in the Alaskan interior.

Cultural Resource Consultants LLC provides expert professional services for cultural resource management throughout Alaska. Founded in 1975, we are the oldest, Alaskan-owned and operated, cultural resource management firm in the state. We meet federal and state guidelines for a small business, are woman-owned, and are well qualified to undertake a wide variety projects involving traditional cultural properties, prehistoric and historic archaeological sites, historic buildings, cultural landscapes, and artifact collections. 

 

We have nearly 40 years of experience in advising clients on cultural resource issues and assisting them in complying with their obligations under Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and the Alaska Historic Preservation Act (AHPA). We also have cooperatively completed many studies and associated documentation necessary for compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and applications for Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) licenses.

Cultural Resource Consultants LLC

3504 E. 67th Ave

Anchorage. AK 99507

 

An Alaskan-owned and operated company since 1975

Phone: 907-349-3445

E-mail: mail@crcalaska.com

Over the years, we have built a reputation for professionalism and quality of work. We retain a skilled staff and maintain relationships with specialists to ensure we have the expertise to do the work right. Our services span all aspects of cultural resource management from consultation, to archaeological and architectural surveys and evaluations, to mitigation and the creation of agreement documents, such as Memoranda of Agreement (MOA), Programmatic Agreements (PA), and Historic Property Management Plans (HPMP).  

 

Our small business is versatile and can rapidly respond to the changing needs of our clients. We possess in-depth knowledge of all regions of the state of Alaska and can accurately gauge the level of effort necessary, as well as other costs, before work begins. We maintain all the necessary equipment for Alaskan fieldwork and can deploy quickly to project locations throughout the state. Last year alone, we worked in Alaskan villages, and remote locations from Southeast Alaska to the Brooks Range. We have worked with private sector clients; Alaska Native tribes, corporations, and villages; non-profit organizations; local governments; and state and federal agencies. In the future, we look forward to renewing past partnerships and establishing new ones. 

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Winter archaeological excavation at the Ribdon site.