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Antiquity Consulting Primary Contact: Beth Mathews, MA Email: [email protected]: (360) 819-4998 or (360) 463-2622 Website: Antiquity Mailing Address: 6123 B Elizan Dr. Secretary of the Interior qualifications for Archaeology in both Prehistoric and Historic Archaeology, has experience with residence/development/road/bridge/utilities construction, culvert and bulkhead replacement, conservation, logging, and fuels management projects.
Rossi, Program Director Email: [email protected]: (360) 920-8908 Website: Address: PO Box 5914, Bellingham, WA 98227-5914 Brief Description of Services: APT-Applied Preservation Technologies (APT) is a program of the Bellingham-based nonprofit Eppard Vision.
, a women-owned small business, provides cultural resources services throughout the Pacific Northwest, including cultural resource surveys, pre-contact and historical archaeological surveys, historical buildings/structures survey and documentation, archaeological testing, archaeological excavation, National Register of Historic Places evaluation, HABS/HAER/HALS and Level II Mitigation documentation, construction monitoring, historical research, and Native American tribal coordination.
We provide cultural resource management services with integrity, including background research, archaeological inventories, subsurface testing, construction monitoring, data recovery, laboratory analysis, curation, and technical reports.
Our past clients have included private landowners, cities, tribes, counties, irrigation districts, and communication companies.
AAR conducts all size surveys from small-scale to large, complex, multi-site, multi-state monitoring, testing, and data recovery projects throughout the Pacific Northwest.
AAR assists its clients in complying with local, state, and federal laws and requirements including NEPA, NHPA Sections 106 and 110, Washington Executive Order 05-05, and other local ordinances.
APT offers consulting services and educational programming to a variety of clients, including Native American communities, government agencies, developers, private citizens, and other cultural resource professionals.