Applied Archaeology and History Associates, Inc. conducts cultural resources projects 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. 

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.  AAHA has often mediated with regulatory agencies on behalf of clients to ensure that these needs are accounted for and that these important deadlines are met.

AAHA’s specific capabilities include:

 · Phase I Archaeological Surveys

· Phase II Archaeological Evaluations

· Phase III Data Recovery Excavations

· Cultural Resource Studies for Environmental Impact Statements (EIS)

· Cultural Resource Studies for Environmental Assessments (EA)

· National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) Nominations

· Determinations of Eligibility

· Criteria of Effect Evaluations

· Land-Use Histories

· Cell Tower/FCC Compliance

· Cemetery Delineations/Relocation

· Public Interpretation