Marcel is an archaeologist and principal investigator with the Western Region Offices for the Great Basin cultural area. He has more than 20 years of cultural resource related experience, including prehistoric and historic archaeology and historic preservation. Marcel has been involved in projects throughout the Intermountain West and the Rocky Mountains and Interior Plains regions. He has co-authored numerous technical reports and contributed to data recovery and analysis reports. His field experience includes numerous Class II and III cultural resource inventories, site testing and systematic excavation, and monitoring. In addition to his archaeological experience, Mr. Corbeil has worked with the inventory, preparation, and curation of comparative faunal collections, the integration of collected data into GIS frameworks, and as an educator. Project tasks include preparing proposals, directing field personnel and projects, technical report editing, and providing recommendations for regulatory compliance and mitigation of adverse effects for project specific impacts.
Marcel and his wife Kimberly reside in Layton, Utah and have three children; Jennifer, Donald, and Joseph. While Joe is currently contending with Grade 4, both Jen and Donnie have completed college, in business management and chemical engineering, respectively.