Cultural Resources Management and Archeology


Cultural Resources Management and Archeology


J2R VETS military studies interdisciplinary team specializes in the study and management of military-related historic sites. 

Our teams work closely with the Saint Louis District Cultural Resources and Curation Services to provide the information they need, and to make recommendations for preservation or mitigation, as necessary. Military-related historic properties offer unique challenges in cultural resource management. 

Evaluating military resources requires a combination of archaeological skills and the ability to locate and investigate obscure archival documents. Military archeological sites involve comprehensive evaluation within a complex political and social context. Our veteran researchers understand military sites and provide the appropriate interpretive context used to assess and mitigate potential adverse effects including visual and auditory comprehensive story telling.

Why J2R VETS

  • We repatriate and bring home our fallen war heroes
  • Scholarly and scientific reporting of military sites
  • Evaluation and mitigation of non-physical impacts
  • Creation of interpretive displays, panels, and educational programming
  • Production of documentary videos that highlight military heritage
  • Worldwide executive-level political advocacy


Extensive Federal Portfolio

• Support for US Army Corps of Engineers Districts; Mobile, Savannah, Louisville, Omaha, St. Louis, Jacksonville, Alaska, Wilmington, Nashville, Memphis, and HQ Office of History.

• Programmatic support for US Army Reserve, 81st and 88th Readiness Divisions, including archaeological surveys at more than 200 facilities, architectural survey of more than 80 facilities; two outdoor waysides; and 30 state-specific ICRMPs.


Support for DOD Installations

• Fort Knox – Archaeological survey of more than 25,000 acres, testing of 27 sites; verification of more than 210 sites

• Forts Gillem and McPherson – Historical and architectural mitigation for permanent closure under BRAC

• Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Air Field – Phase I archaeological survey of more than 33,000 acres; testing of 48 sites; public outreach; verification of 106 sites

• Fort Rucker – Architectural inventory of 150 buildings

• Marine Corps Base Quantico – Archaeological survey of 1,500 acres and Phase II testing with GPR

• MacDill Air Force Base – Cold War inventory of 30 buildings on expedited schedule

• Wright-Patterson Air Force Base – Archaeological monitoring

• Naval Base Guam – Rapid mobilization for archaeological and architectural survey, project finalized on aggressive schedule

• US Army Garrison Japan – Multi-phase archaeological survey, testing, and mitigation; architectural inventory and mitigation; two outdoor waysides; ICRMP development


Support for Civilian Agencies

• National Park Service – Educational lesson plans; administrative histories; collections management plans; oral histories; HABS/HAER documentation; American Battlefield Protection Program grant funded projects for interpretive plans, NRHP nominations, and battlefield delineations

• US Forest Service – Architectural and archaeological surveys

• US Army Center of Military History – Museum design services

• Department of Energy – Administrative histories

• Federal Aviation Administration – Archaeological and architectural surveys for FAA funded projects

• Veterans Administration – Archaeological surveys; cemetery relocations; NRHP nominations

                                                

Principal NAICS Codes           

541720 Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities
541690 Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
541990 All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
712110 Museums
712120 Historical Sites
541620 Environmental Consulting Services

                                   

    


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