Cultural Resources

Thorough survey and documentation, along with robust consultation, ensures historic resource protection and project success.


EPG’s cultural resource specialists provide our clients with timely, comprehensive services that include:

  • Compliance with NEPA, Section 106, and state and local historic preservation laws
  • Class I inventory, and archival and historical research
  • Class II and Class III cultural resource surveys
  • SHPO and tribal coordination/consultation
  • Programmatic agreements and memorandums of understanding
  • Research design, and management and treatment plans
  • Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record/Historic American Landscapes Survey documentation
  • NRHP and state register nominations
  • Cultural monitoring and construction training
  • Archaeological testing and data recovery
  • Cultural landscapes, visual studies, and national historic trail evaluation
  • Traditional cultural properties studies
  • Collections management
  • Prehistoric/historic artifact analysis
  • Remote sensing and predictive modeling
  • Industrial/military archaeology
  • Public education