Our Archaeologists provide monitoring and surveying to identify your project’s cultural resources. Soar Environmental Consulting will assists clients in complying with cultural resource requirements of federal, state and local laws; including conducting tribal consultations. We provide a wide range of services to define potential land use constraints, evaluate historic resource significance, and design and execute mitigation programs. Our Archaeological Resources services include:
- Construction Monitoring
- Archaeological Surveys
- Archaeological Resource Analysis
- Archival Research / Literature Review / Record Searches
- Cultural Resources Surveys
- Historic Preservation Plans
- Historic Surveys
- Cultural Resources Management Plans
- Native American Consultation
- Preservation Plans
- National Historic Preservation Act, Section 106 Consultation
- CEQA, AB52 Consultation
- Third Party Peer Review
Our Archaeologists have experience in the central valley, as well as mountainous and coastal regions. They have expertise in both historic and prehistoric survey and monitoring, artifact collection and processing, as well as analytical archaeology. Our Registered Professional Archaeologist specializes in prehistoric rock art and has experience in dealing with conservation, CEQA/NEPA documentation, as well as collections.
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