CEMML’s multidisciplinary cultural resources team includes professional archaeologists, architectural historians, historic preservation specialists, and landscape architects, and Native American and Native Hawaiian consultation specialists with expertise in managing the finite and non-renewable elements of cultural heritage. We use diverse data collection and analysis methods to ensure that installations remain operational. We coordinate and navigate all aspects of the National Historic Preservation Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
CEMML maintains an archaeological analysis laboratory on the Colorado State University campus and assists the military in protection of cultural property through the Combatant Command Cultural Heritage Action Group.
Cultural resource projects nationwide include in-theatre cultural heritage training for the US Armed Forces, assessment of historic buildings, tribal consultation, and mitigation of firebreaks. Our capacity includes predictive archaeological modeling and use of unmanned aerial vehicles to acquire high-resolution images.