EXPERIENCED EXPERTURS provides an extensive range of services to identify, assess URS archaeologists and architectural historians possess con-and manage cultural resources. We work with commercial, in- siderable experience in the identification and evaluation of his-dustrial and government entities to identify resources, assess toric properties, and analysis of effects in support of Sectionimpacts, avoid or minimize adverse effects and achieve project 106 of the NHPA, NEPA, and CEQA. Similarly, URS paleontolo-success criteria through planning and management strategies. gists have extensive knowledge of and practice identifyingThe strengths of our archaeologists, architectural historians and evaluating local and regional paleontological resourcesand paleontologists lie in their broad experience and technical in support of the National Natural Landmark (NNL) program.expertise to carry out activities such as resource inventories, We provide services to evaluate the environmental impacts ofevaluations, data recovery, construction monitoring, regulatory transportation infrastructure, redevelopment, public utility, in-permitting and NHPA, NEPA, and CEQA compliance. In addition, dustrial and power generation and disaster planning and reliefour Cultural Resources Team has successfully generated envi- projects.ronmental document sections (AFC, EA/EIR/EIS/LEIS, IS/ND/MND, FONSI), management documents (HPMP HPTP CRMMP , , ,ICRMP) and agreement documents (MOU, MOA, PA, NAGPRAPOA/CA), as well as their respective supporting technical re-ports. For both large and small projects, our clients benefitfrom our depth of resources, technical expertise and timelyresponse.WE PROvIDE SERvICES TO EvALUATE THE ENvIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF TRANSPORTATIONINFRASTRUCTURE, REDEvELOPMENT, PUbLIC UTILITy, INDUSTRIAL AND POWER GENERATIONAND DISASTER PLANNING AND RELIEF PROjECTS.
SERVICES • Section 106 of the NHPA, NEPA, CEQA, National Natural Landmarks Compliance • Secretary of Interior Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties • National, State, Local Register and National Registry of Natural Landmarks Evaluations and Nominations • Environmental Document sections (AFC, EA/EIR/EIS/LEIS, IS/ND/MND, FONSI) • Management Documents (HPMP HPTP CRMMP ICRMP) , , , • Agreement Documents (MOU, MOA, PA, NAGPRA POA/CA) • Technical Reports (ARMR) • Historic Structures Report/Cultural Landscape Reports • HABS/HAER/HALS/CRGIS • Viewshed Analysis • Preservation Case Studies • Building Relocation Studies • Historic Context Studies • Archival Research/Records Search • Large-scale Intensive and Reconnaissance Surveys • Mitigation Development and Implementation programs including data recovery, construction monitoring, and public outreach programs • Consultation with project engineers and regulatory agencies at the federal, state, and local level • Local Government and Stakeholder Coordination and Consensus Building in support of Lead Agency consultationproFessionAlurs professionals meet the secretary of interior Qualificationsin Archaeology, Architectural history, history and preservationplanning (36 cFr part 61). they are knowledgeable of thelaws and ordinances which affect historic properties, such assection 106 of the nhpA, ceQA, california public resourcescode, state historic Building code, the secretary of interiorstandards for the treatment of historic properties and thennl program (36 cFr 62) . they are members of various na-tional, state, and local archaeological, historical, architecturalhistory, preservation and paleontology organizations. the urscultural resources team includes registered professionalArchaeologists, individuals who meet professional Qualificationstandards (in Archaeology and historic preservation; secretaryof the interior’s standards and guidelines [48Fr190:44738-44739]) and certified paleontologists. our senior staff are rec-ognized experts within their fields and active contributors toprofessional resource management organizations. comprehensive expertise in ArchAeology, ArchitecturAl history And pAleontology