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G&P Staff Attend the Sovereign Nations of Virginia Conference

Yesterday, staff from Gray & Pape’s Richmond, Virginia, office attended the Sovereign Nations of Virginia Conference where they had the pleasure of listening to a ...
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Introducing our new Northeast Regional Manager, Kristen Heitert!

Gray & Pape is excited to announce that Kristen Heitert was promoted to Regional Manager of our Providence office! Kristen has a wealth of experience ...
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Introducing Cooper Shields, the newest Architectural Historian in our Cincinnati Office!

We are excited to announce that Cooper Shields has joined our team in Cincinnati as an Architectural Historian! Cooper recently graduated from Ball State University ...
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Introducing Joe Blondino, our newest Archaeologist in our Richmond Office!

We are excited to announce that Joe Blondino has joined the Gray & Pape team as an Archaeologist 3 working out of the Richmond, Virginia ...
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Recent Architectural Survey at Union Station, Portland, Oregon

in Portland, Oregon, a late-nineteenth century building constructed in the Romanesque Style. Wes Cunningham, a PI with Gray & Pape, was in charge of this ...
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Introducing Callie Pray, the new Northeast Office Lab Manager

Gray & Pape is excited to announce the newest member of our team, Callie Pray! Callie will be serving as the Northeast Lab Manager and ...
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Gray & Pape in the Field with SCRAP

Last week, Nate Scholl of Gray & Pape’s Rhode Island’s office participated in an excavation within the Pillsbury State Park that is being investigated by ...
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HABS Survey Level 2 Documentation of Buildings on the NIH Campus, Maryland

In July and August 2021, Gray & Pape, SmithGroup, and photographer Rob Tucher had the honor of conducting two Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) Level ...
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Dr. Sarah E. Holland Reelected to Serve on the ACUA Board of Directors

Gray & Pape is pleased to announce that Dr. Sarah E. Holland, one of our maritime archaeologists, on her recent reelection to serve on the ...
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