Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. (CRA)
A Certified Small Business, CRA is a leading, full-service, historic preservation company. Having built an extensive knowledge and experience base, CRA is recognized as the premier firm when a company seeks efficient, professional work.
For every unique and challenging assignment, we at CRA deliver thorough results to match each client's needs. Working nationwide, CRA employs a seasoned staff skilled in advanced techniques and the creative use of technology. We also emphasize adherence to all safety standards. CRA has the depth and breadth of expertise to complete complex and multiple cultural resource assignments, yet still offer our small business responsiveness and after-hours accessibility to clients.
For thirty (30) years, CRA has been conducting cultural resource management services for both public and private sector clients for a variety of development types, some of which include airports, mines, military installations, oil and gas development, pipelines, private development, quarries, reservoirs, telecommunication towers, transmission lines, transportation, utilities, and wind farms. With offices in Colorado, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Ohio, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming, CRA provides cultural resource services to clients throughout the United States and internationally.
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CRA conducts archaeological surveys to identify prehistoric and historic archaeological sites, testing to evaluate sites for National Register eligibility, and data recovery for mitigation of impacts to eligible sites.
CRA offers a full range of technical expertise for the identification, documentation, evaluation, and protection of historic buildings, structures, and landscapes.
CRA offers a variety of services that include relocation of graves, identification of unmarked graves, cemetery boundary delineation, and cemetery documentation.
CRA works closely with a wide variety of public and private sector clients to obtain federal, state, or local permits; funding; or approvals. CRA will manage your project's historic preservation requirements efficiently and effectively.
CRA uses geophysics, including conductivity, ground penetrating radar, magnetometry, and resistivity to locate and evaluate archaeological sites and other underground resources.
CRA's use of geospatial technology includes producing maps and graphics, predictive modeling, landform analysis, data collection with GPS units, cultural resource GIS development, and spatial analysis.
CRA will help you identify, plan, develop, and promote your location, including buildings, landscapes, and archaeological sites.