CRM Firms in the News: Volume 10

01/24/2020 4:33 PM | ACRAsphere Blog Team

Readers can now find relevant news items compiled all in one place! In our CRM Firms in the News series, we feature recent mentions of ACRA member firms and their projects across the country. Was your firm recently featured in a news article or on social media? Send it to us to be included in our next volume of the series!

  • Applied Archaeology and Associates has monitoring construction sites in Annapolis for archaeological finds, and recently they came across a 19th-century ice well. Read about the significance of the find in the Capital Gazette.
  • A.D. Marble recovered over 1,000 artifacts during a recent survey of an 1800s-era farm in Delaware. Learn more about their findings and why the site is ineligible for the National Register of Historic Places in the Cape Gazette.
  • In 2019 ACRA member firm Desert Archaeology, Inc. worked on a project at the prehistoric site Los Pozos in Arizona. Read how their dig has helped reveal new information about maize farming in the region in this excerpt from American Archaeology Magazine.
  • New South Associates, Inc. is working with MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, FL to search for a forgotten African-American cemetery, Read more about the search for Port Tampa Cemetery in the Tampa Bay Times.
  • ACRA member firms Desert Archaeology, Inc. and Logan Simpson were among those approved for on-call archaeological services in Scottsdale, AZ. Congratulations to these firms, and read more about the contracts and potential projects in the Scottsdale Independent.
  • Public Archaeology Lab has been working stakeholders in Somerset, MA to designate a portion of the town as a National Historic District. Read more about Somerset Village, its period architecture, and its history in this piece from South Coast Today.
  • Rising sea levels are affecting archaeological sites on both coasts - you can learn more about how Dovetail Cultural Resource Group is working with the Virginia Department of Historic Preservation to assess sites in Virginia Beach, including the creation of a predictive model in both the Virginian Pilot and Chesapeake Bay Magazine.

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