Cultural Resources Compliance
Cultural resources compliance requirements, particularly National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 compliance requirements, can be complex, time consuming, and expensive. At Versar, we are able to respond and mobilize quickly to deliver excellent, dependable results to help you through the process.
Versar's decades of experience ensures we can meet your project’s needs with a high-quality, efficient solution performed by our professional support staff. Our experience ranges from small urban archaeological surveys conducted for development projects needing to comply with local or municipal historic preservation ordinances to large-scale, multi-phase studies conducted for large military installations. Versar supplies a full range of cultural resource management and planning services that include architectural history and archaeology; planning documentation; historical research; archaeological predictive modeling; construction and demolition monitoring; and public outreach activities. Versar's highly skilled professional staff meets and exceeds the Secretary of the Interior's professional qualifications standards. Our creative approaches to alternative mitigation and public outreach add value for project stakeholders.