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New Contract with the Fort Worth District Corps of Engineers

Share thisCRA is pleased to announce a new contract with the Fort Worth District Corps of Engineers. The contract is a five year long environmental services agreement with $30m capacity. Our company is one of several subcontractors for the Prime,

CRA sponsors World Road Cycling Championships in Richmond, Virginia

Share thisThe World Road Cycling Championships (Worlds) is cycling’s pinnacle event and will be held in Richmond, Virginia, September 19-27, 2015. About 1,000 of the world’s top cyclists from about 75 countries will compete,  and over 450,000 spectators are expected,

September is Kentucky’s Annual Archaeology Month

Share thisAs the leaves start to turn and fall arrives, the Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists (KyOPA) celebrates the rich history of Kentucky through the second annual Archaeology month in September. KyOPA has numerous events planned throughout the month that

Bradbury and Herndon articles published in Journal of Kentucky Archaeology

Share thisAndrew P. Bradbury and Richard L. Herndon are at it again. The duo recently had two articles published in the Journal of Kentucky Archaeology. Both articles discuss investigations in western Kentucky, particularly a Mississippian site and Mississippian Tinsley Hill

Archaeolgoical work at Harbison Crossroads makes local news

Share thisYou may remember a recent blog post discussing an archaeological investigation in East Tennessee in search of Reynold’s Station. Although the investigation determined it was not the location of Reynold’s Station, there was still an abundance of information that

CRA in the News

Share thisRecently, 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

Hot off the Press: Two articles written by CRA archaeologists featured in “The Missouri Archaeologist”

Share thisCultural 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

New Link about Ancient Dentistry

Share thisIf you visit CRA’s Recommended Links page you may notice a new link for Ancient Dentistry. The link provides an overview of how different a dentist appointment may have been during ancient times. CRA would like to thank the

Bradbury and Cooper Carskadon Site Article Published

Share thisCongratulations to Andrew P. Bradbury and D. Randall Cooper on their publication in the most recent issue of Missouri Archaeological Society Quarterly. Bradbury and Cooper discuss the excavations at the Carskadon Site associated with the Avenue of Saints (AOS)

Alan Higgins Receives National Recognition for Evansville work

Share thisDOCOMOMO  (Documentation and Conservation of the Modern Movement in Architecture) featured Alan Higgins’ work on the modern architecture of Evansville, Indiana, in their most recent newsletter. Alan Higgins has worked tirelessly documenting and researching the modern architecture of Evansville,

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