Providence Expands Service Offerings to Include Cultural Resource Management; Enhances Expertise

Providence recently added CRM services to its Impact Assessment service line to provide a more robust regulatory compliance experience for our clients and stakeholders. The CRM team includes knowledgeable archaeologists with expertise in navigating the management of heritage assets and providing solutions for progress while preserving and protecting the past.  

The preservation of archaeological sites, historic architecture, and other cultural resources is a shared responsibility for all citizens, but understanding the regulations can be difficult. Providence can help. We now have the capabilities to be a trusted resource to ensure any actions for current or proposed projects comply with all environmental and historic preservation laws. Our team can provide regulatory actions from proactive investigations of project areas to site mitigations needed to minimize the disturbance and damage of sensitive cultural resources. We are ready to provide a path forward for any CRM needs.  


  • Section 106 and 110 Compliance Consultation 
  • State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), Federal Agency, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP), and Tribal Coordination and Consultation 
  • Cultural Resources Management Desktop Reviews 
  • Phase I - Cultural Resources Survey 
  • Phase II - Site Testing and Evaluations for National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) Eligibility 
  • Phase III - Site Mitigation 
  • Archaeological Compliance Monitoring 
  • Artifact Analysis and Curation 
  • Agreement Document Consultation - Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) and Programmatic Agreement (PA) 


More information on the CRM team’s qualifications and specific project experience is available upon request. Call us at 225-766-7400 to connect with our CRM team today.