CRA corporate headquarters, Lexington, Kentucky
Recently, Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., and its team members have been spotlighted in media outlets. The Lane Report, Kentucky’s leading business and economic news magazine, featured CRA and its staff in the latest issue. The April issue of the magazine discusses the importance of historical significance and CRA’s role in preservation, along with a nice history of the company. You can read the full article by visiting The Lane Report website.
Alan Higgins, Director of Architectural and Cultural History, has spent months researching and documenting the mid-century architecture of Evansville, Indiana. His work has culminated into two works, Unnoticed Modern and Vision & Legacy. In an article featured in Indiana Preservationist, Alan Higgins’ work is spotlighted in an article discussing mid-century modern architecture. If you would like more information or to read the article in full, you can subscribe or request a sample from their website.
Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., has exceptional individuals at the helm of each project. Each individual is an expert in their respective field and area of interest. Andrew P. Bradbury, Richard L. Herndon, and Brian G. DelCastello all shared some of their expertise in articles featured in The Missouri Archaeologist.
Avenue of the Saints Project.
Andrew P. Bradbury has authored countless articles and books throughout his career. His latest contribution to The Missouri Archaeologist discusses the radiocarbon chronology for Archaic Period Sites within the Avenue of the Saints Project conducted by CRA in northeast Missouri between 2004 and 2006.
In 2003, the Rohlfing site was discovered during a survey for a proposed bridge replacement. Richard L. Herndon and Brian G. DelCastello discuss the findings and importance of the site in the latest volume of The Missouri Archaeologist. Herndon serves as a prehistoric ceramics specialist, along with his other titles at CRA, while DelCastello provides lithics expertise. Combined, the two share a wealth of expertise while interpreting the Rohlfing site in their latest article.
Congratulations Bradbury, Herndon, and DelCastello on the recent publications.
If you are a member of the Missouri Archaeological Society, you have access to The Missouri Archaeologist. If you are not yet a member and are interested in joining, you can visit their website.
By: Paul Avery, Pat Garrow, and Jason Ross
The J.F. and Sarah Neal family in front of the log house, taken in 1895 according to Neal (1973).
Tennessee has been the location of many archaeological discoveries. The state’s landscape varies from relatively flat lands to the rolling landscape of eastern Tennessee. There are an abundance of both prehistoric and historic sites in Tennessee. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., is fortunate enough to have an office in Knoxville, Tennessee, which has conducted numerous archaeological investigations. In April of 2013, CRA worked to document the location of Reynolds Station in Knox County, Tennessee. The phase II investigation was required for an intersection improvement in the area. A proposed access road had the potential to adversely affect the site, so it was necessary to determine if the site was eligible for the National Register of Historic Places.
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by William M. Hunter, MA
An Overview of the Hawks Nest Dam.
Assessing the Significance of a Regional Mega-project: Hawks Nest-Glen Ferris Hydro Electric Project
In 2013, under agreement with HDR, Inc., and on behalf of Hawks Nest Hydro, LLC, a subsidiary of Brookfield Renewable Energy Group, Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., conducted a cultural historic survey of the Hawks Nest-Glen Ferris Hydro Electric Project on the New and Kanawha Rivers in Fayette County, West Virginia. Read more ›