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CRA completes 2-year project for Civil War-era cemeteries

Interpretive sign installed at Lexington National Cemetery as part of the CRA project for the National Cemetery Administration.

As part of the National Cemetery Administration (NCA), U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ commemoration of the sesquicentennial of the Civil War, Cultural Resource Analysts just completed a two-year project to create interpretive signs for NCA’s 79 Civil War-era national cemeteries,

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Assessing the Significance of Hawks Nest-Glen Ferris Hydro Electric Project

by William M. Hunter, MA 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,

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Making Sense of the Recent Past: Swami Prabhupada’s Palace of Gold

By: William M. Hunter, MA   CRA recently completed a detailed evaluation of a unique historic property, the Palace of Gold, located in the community of New Vrindaban near Moundsville, West Virginia. The Palace of Gold is an elaborate temple

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FCC Form 621 Submission Packet

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., has extensive experience in preparing FCC Form 621 Submission Packets for clients. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., completed one such packet for a Verizon Wireless project in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Share this

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Cultural Historic Baseline Survey for the Proposed KY 293 to KY 91 Princeton Connector in Caldwell County, Kentucky

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., conducts numerous surveys for transportation projects. The surveys range in size, but many times are rather large with numerous architectural resources in the project area. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., works with the client to efficiently survey

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Lower Howard’s Creek Corridor Management Plan, Clark County, Kentucky

The Lower Howard’s Creek valley in Clark County, Kentucky is home to a landscape of national cultural significance and regional biological importance. The valley’s importance was recognized by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and resulted in the awarding of a grant

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Paul Laurence Dunbar Historic District Documentation, Little Rock, Arkansas

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., conducts a wide variety of architectural surveys each year. Each survey has its own unique needs, whether it is conducted in sprawling countryside or in densely developed urban districts. The architectural survey of the proposed Paul

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Paris Tuberculosis Sanatorium State Recordation and Interpretive Signage

CRA completed state level recordation and an interpretive signage plan for the Paris Kentucky Tuberculosis Sanatorium in response to the Bourbon County Fiscal Court proposal to utilize funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to demolish five

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Cultural Historic Survey for the Proposed Mid-Vol Coal Sales Grey Eagle Surface Mine McDowell County, West Virginia

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., routinely conducts cultural historic surveys throughout the United States. Each project is different and presents unique challenges to the architectural historians and historians. CRA, in consultation with the West Virginia State Historic Preservation Office, developed an

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Archaeological and Architectural Survey of Proposed Improvements to Richmond International Airport

In November 2011, CRA completed an archaeological and architectural survey for the Capital Region Airport Commission’s ten proposed improvements to the Richmond International Airport (RIC) as a component of an environmental assessment being prepared for a series of federally-funded projects

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