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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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New Contract with the Fort Worth District Corps of Engineers

CRA 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, JESCO

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Archaeological inspection and monitoring of the MAPL-WEP Pipeline in Sweetwater and Uinta Counties, Wyoming

Between September 2007 and July 2008, the CRA office in Longmont, Colorado, completed an archaeological inspection and monitoring project in Wyoming. CRA was contracted by Enterprise Products, LLC, to conduct an open trench inspection and monitoring along Segment 6 of

Posted in Archaeology Projects, Projects

Analysis of Paint Samples Taken From the Interior of the Kentucky State Arsenal Building/Kentucky Military History Museum in Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky

Constructed in the 1850s, the Kentucky State Arsenal Building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. CRA teamed with David Arbogast, architectural conservator, to conduct an intensive level paint analysis from select interior spaces of the

Posted in Architectural History Projects, Projects

Architectural Survey for The Proposed Buckeye Wind Farm In Champaign County, Ohio

CRA completed an architectural survey for Buckeye Wind, LLC, which proposes to construct a wind-powered electric generating facility consisting of 100 turbines in Champaign County, Ohio. The cultural resources investigation for the project was completed to satisfy two regulatory authorities

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Bioarchaeological Investigations of the Evans Cemetery (46MD62), McDowell County, West Virginia

View the full report PDF Between May 4 and 18, 2006, Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., completed the archaeological excavation of 15 historic graves and monitored the relocation of additional historic graves at the Evans Cemetery (46Md62) near the community of

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Mountain States Transmission Intertie Environmental Impact Statement in Idaho and Montana

Locations: Idaho (Clark, Butte, Jefferson, Blaine, Bonneville, Bingham, Lincoln, Minidoka, Power, and Jerome Counties); Montana (Broadwater, Jefferson, Deer Lodge, Silver Bow, Beaverhead, and Madison Counties) Client: PBS&J Date: 2009-2010 CRA Project Manager: Colin Ferriman Project Description: CRA was contracted to

Posted in Archaeology, Archaeology Projects, Geospatial Technology, Projects

Viewshed Analysis for the Jacksonville Cellular Communications Tower In Franklin County, Kentucky

Location: Franklin County, Kentucky Client: Craig and Associates on behalf of Verizon Wireless, Inc. Date: August 2009 CRA Project Manager: Karen Hudson, PhD Project Description: The project involved the construction of a 91-m (299-ft) self-supporting cellular communications tower atop a

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Excavations at the Artesian Branch Site

by Richard Herndon, Principal Investigator Artesian Branch was a large Late Woodland site investigated during the course of the AOS project (see http://www.modot.org/ehp/AvenueofSaints.htm on the MoDOT website for a summary of the AOS project). Located at the base of a

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Pottery and Tools Recovered from the Carskadon Site Tell a Story

by Richard Herndon, Principal Investigator Yesterday I introduced the Carskadon Site that CRA excavated during the AOS project. The site has a Middle Woodland occupation (circa A.D. 1–250). Many of the traits observed in the ceramics and lithic artifacts indicated

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