Since 1988, Alpine has provided a wide range of cultural resource services while utilizing efficiency and flexibility to help clients through their cultural resource obligations. Over that time we have served the needs of our clients through innovative, timely, and cost-effective strategies focused on completion of the cultural resource process without delaying other client schedules. Alpine has the professional staff available to complete projects efficiently, and has administrative support to manage all sizes of projects.
Much of our work involves assisting
development companies in complying with historic preservation laws, such as Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act or the National Environmental Policy Act. Alpine also assists public sector agencies in meeting their regulatory requirements in managing cultural resources. Alpine personnel have extensive experience working with the pertinent legislation and regional cultural resources.
Alpine has experience with the following types of services:
- Cultural resource inventory
- Archaeological testing and controlled
- Construction monitoring
- Cultural resource overviews, research designs, management plans, and treatment plans
- Cultural resource sections of Environmental Impact Statements and Environmental Assessments
- Preparation of Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documentation
- Historic and prehistoric artifact analysis
- National Register nominations
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- Macrobotanical analysis