Gray & Pape is seeking a new Practice Leader for our Marine Services Division!

We are currently searching for a new Practice Leader for our Marine Services Division based in our Providence, Rhode Island, office. The following link has all the details. Spread the word to all your favorite Maritime Archaeologists!


Gray & Pape is presenting at the 2019 SAAs!

Gray & Pape has a team in Albuquerque this week presenting at the Society for American Archaeology meetings! Hope you can stop by and catch their sessions:

  • Nathan SchollTuners Falls Gorge Geoarchaeological Investigations: Modeling Landscape and Archaeological Developments within the Connecticut River Valley. Session Title: Archaeological Science Outside the Ivory Tower: Perspective from Cultural Resource Management, Thursday, 2:45 PM.
  • Kimberly Smith – The Western Gateway: Identification and Recommendation of the Hoosac Tunnel National Register Historic District. Session title: Symposium Changes in the Land: Archaeological Data from the Northeast, Friday, 3:30 PM (Session sponsored by Gray & Pape Heritage Management; Power Engineers).
  • W. Kevin PapeElectrical Generation and Cultural Heritage Stewardship on the Banks of the Ohio River: a Section 106 Success Story! Session Title: The National Historic Preservation Act Works! Examples of Section 106 Successes, Saturday, 8:00 AM.
  • Ashley HuntleyAssessing Our Impact: An Examination of the Role of Historic Preservation in the Gentrification of Urban Centers in the Midwestern United States. Session Title: New Tools and Strategies for Advancing Heritage Management, Sunday, 9:30 AM.


Can I Be Frank?

Thank you, Frank, for your vision and leadership. Gray & Pape is a proud sponsor of the “Can I Be Frank?” initiative to promote indigenous cultural resources protection.

The following link has more information on this important initiative.

Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians leader Frank Ettawageshik honored; cultural preservation legacy fund established