Our Services

Assisting Project Implementation Through Compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and Environmental Protection Acts

  • Class I overviews, Class II and III archaeological and historical resource inventories
  • Historical research historical/archaeological contextual studies, preservation, litigation, genealogy
  • Architectural surveys and structural reports
  • National Register of Historic Places and National Landmark eligibility evaluations, recommendations and nominations
  • Visual impact studies
  • Project mitigation
  • Ethnohistory
  • Public consultation
  • Technical research and report writing
  • Participant in environmental assessments - providing services to environmental and engineering firms in need of cultural resource specialists on a contractual basis

Common Reasons for Consultation

  • Linear developments pipelines, access roads, road abandonment
  • Potential building site, new development
  • Expansion, modification
  • Cell tower construction
  • Site monitoring and mitigation of construction related impacts
  • City/county land use planning
  • Heritage resource planning

Historical Discoveries maintains a strong network of regulatory contacts, helping to create and maintain a good working relationship between private and public sectors.

Historical Discoveries is home to the Robert and Annette Heapes Collection of American Western Exploration, containing more than 1200 maps of the western United States. A majority of the maps illustrate exploration routes, historic trails, railroad surveys and traditional Native American homelands. Upon request, Historical Discoveries will research and copy cartographic information.


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