Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., would like to introduce two new team members. Daniel Baicy and Jason Moser have joined CRA and have over 30 years of experience between the two of them.
Daniel P. Baicy, MA, has ten years of cultural resource management experience. He earned his B.A. in history and archaeology from the University of Virginia. Dan then went on to complete his Master’s in anthropology with a concentration in public archaeology at East Carolina University. He recently joined the Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., office in Richmond, Virginia, as a Staff Archaeologist. His previous employment includes work as an Assistant Project Manager, Project Archaeologist, and Crew Chief in the South and Middle Atlantic regions, with specific projects in Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia.
Jason Moser has over 20 years of experience in archaeology. Since 1992, he has conducted archaeological fieldwork in Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. His experience includes supervisory roles associated with archaeological surveys, National Register evaluations, data recovery excavations, salvage excavations, and public archaeology projects for historic and prehistoric archaeological sites. He is an experienced public archaeologist and has regularly given lectures and presentations to the public at libraries, museums, and local meetings and professional presentations at national and regional archaeological conferences.
Jason has authored nearly 50 technical studies for clients that include private individuals and developers, as well as local, state, and federal agencies. Projects include transportation-related projects, pipeline corridors, historic properties, housing developments, wetland mitigations, cemetery documentations, and due diligence work for commercial clients. In addition to his work as a private consultant, he has worked for the Maryland Department of Transportation, US Forest Service, National Park Service, and the University of South Florida. His interests include Colonial-period history archaeology, and maritime and industrial archaeology. Jason also has a strong background and research interest in prehistoric ceramic analysis.