Archaeology, History, & Historic Preservation.
CDC employs Registered Professional Archaeologists, Historians, and Historic Preservation specialists along with field crews of archaeologists and cultural resource specialists. CDC has an excellent, reliable staff that meets or exceeds the Federal qualifications necessary for their tasks.
For over 26 years, CDC has managed hundreds of cultural resource projects.Â Our firm has extensive and diverse experience with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended in 1980 and 1992 and the regulations (36 CFR Part 800) of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation as revised in 1999 and 2004.Â We understand the level of coordination and negotiation necessary for reviews by State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPO).
CDCâ€™s high level of experience serves clients well particularly when preparing work plans and schedules. It is in these areas that our track record is so important because we have the extensive experience needed to evaluate a project and schedule the appropriate level of effort for necessary tasks.
Historic Preservation regulations and policies shift with new administrations and new employees. As members of national and local Cultural Resource Associations, CDC receives upto-date communications regarding policy changes in state and federal regulations. CDC maintains files with all Federal, state, and local regulations regarding Historic Preservation along with any current changes or issues.
Project Management Skills.
One of the keys to success as a Cultural Resource Consultant is the ability to efficiently manage complex projects while maintaining a clear understanding of schedules and budgets. CDC has the facilities, equipment, and management infrastructure to carry out projects to a successful completion.Â We understand the need for cost and quality controls.