An 8(A) Certified Business with the Small Business Administration.
AAHA is a Registered Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (WBE/DBE) in:
Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
AAHA provides the full complement of archaeological and cultural resource management services that you will need to be in compliance with Local, State, and Federal Requirements. This includes Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, and the regulations of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.
A full list of the services that we offer can be found on our Services page
Our services include:
- Phase I Archaeological Surveys
- Phase II Archaeological Evaluations
- Phase III Data Recovery Excavations
- Cemetery Delineation/Relocation
- National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) Nominations
Call us on (410) 224-3402 and ask for
Jeannie Ward or email us at:
Applied Archaeology and History Associates, Inc. (AAHA) is a small, women-owned consulting firm established in 1998 to serve the cultural resource needs of clients in the Mid-Atlantic and the wider United States.
We will quickly and professionally help you meet your regulatory requirements for Cultural Resource Management while also fulfilling your Disadvantaged Business (DBE) Set Aside.
Both of AAHA's Principals are Registered Professional Archaeologists
AAHA is a proud member of the American Cultural Resources Association
"Working with AAHA has been a pleasure! They communicate better than any other contractor I've worked with. They are responsive. They know what to do and who to contact to get stuff done.
And, best of all...they are honest and came in under budget of several of my important projects."
- Tommy Short, Environmental Affairs Coordinater at SMECO
AAHA works with clients to provide a cost effective yet quality product that will meet the requirements of the various regulatory agencies in a timely manner. AAHA realizes that our client’s timescales are often one of the most important factors driving a project.
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