With multiple Qualified Marine Archaeologists (QMA), terrestrial archaeologists, geoarchaeologists, historians, GIS specialists, Geophysicists, and preservation planners, we support our clients working in submerged environments from multiple offices across the eastern United States. Project teams count on our Maritime Practice to provide the experience and expertise needed to make informed, proactive choices that advance project goals while effectively navigating federal and state regulatory requirements. Knowledge gained from working across multiple energy infrastructure industries helps drive strategic innovation that allows our clients to take advantage of integrating cultural heritage solutions into the project design and permitting processes to enable positive outcomes consistent with mission, schedule, and budget.
Our clients are developers and project teams operating in the Great Lakes and along the Atlantic coast who value our support to successfully navigate the permitting process, from SAP and COP through Records of Decision. We are proud to be the first cultural heritage consultant to deliver Marine Archaeological Resources Assessment Reports to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) as part of a Construction and Operations Plan (COP) submittal. Developers and surveyors count on us to ensure that remote sensing data is provided in formats that require minimal processing and maximum integrity. Through firsthand experience working with complex and large data sets produced by offshore wind geophysical and geotechnical surveys, we have established efficient data management and analysis protocols to support aggressive project timelines.