How can we help you?
AKPC’s Principal Investigators have assisted hundreds of clients in meeting National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), Sections 106 and 110 and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance requirements through the completion of archaeological, architectural inventories, NRHP eligibility testing, and evaluation, planning documentation, mitigation programs, site mapping, and photographic documentation, artifact cataloging and laboratory analysis, special studies, geophysical testing, and document preparation. We are well versed in visual impact analysis for Section 106 and NEPA compliance.
Through our academic training and project experience, we have a comprehensive understanding of prehistoric and historic cultural landscapes, including Traditional Cultural Properties (TCPs); historic mining and ranching; historic trails; irrigation systems; roads; railroads; and energy transmission and distribution systems.
- Archaeology: Survey, Testing, and Data Recovery
- Cultural Resources Inventories for NRHP Section 106 Compliance
- History: Research and Contexts
- Viewshed Analysis
- GIS mapping and Digital Data
AKPC provides a variety of services, from senior level project management to technical execution of tasks. AKPC Principal Investigators have experience working for private sector clients and the government at the federal, state, and county levels. Private sector clients include utilitycooperatives and companies in Colorado; oil and gas explorations and operation companies in Colorado, Kansas, and Wyoming; and land developers in Colorado.
Federal agencies we have worked with are the Department of Defense (Army, Air Force, Navy, National Guard Bureau, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers), the Federal Highways Administration, the Department of Homeland Security (Customs and Border Protection), USDA Department of Agriculture U.S. Forest Service (USFS), and the Department of Interior (Bureau of Land Management). Local governments or agencies in Colorado we have worked with include Arapahoe, Douglas, and Larimer Counties, City of Loveland and Greeley, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife.