CEMML’s multi-disciplined cultural resources leadership team, researchers, and staff are practiced in managing the finite and non-renewable elements of cultural heritage. We use the full range of cultural resource data collection, analysis, and technology tools at our disposal to insure that your installation remains operational. Our team of professionals coordinate and navigate all aspects of NHPA, NEPA and NAGPRA across federal, state and regulatory demands. We are ready to serve your installation or site in a cost-effective, efficient manner with professional archaeologists, architectural historians, historic preservation specialists, and landscape architects, Native American and Native Hawaiian consultation experts.
Along with CSU collaboration, CEMML maintains a state-of-the-art Archaeological Analysis Lab and leads the military in cultural property protection through the Combatant Command Cultural Heritage Action Group (CCHAG).
Current cultural resource projects nationwide include in-theatre cultural heritage training for the US Armed Forces, historic building assessment and planning, tribal consultation, and site mitigation methods at firebreak sites. Project capabilities include predictive archaeological modeling using multivariate statistical approaches, and high-resolution remote sensing image/acquisition through UAV (drone) technology.