Straughan’s team of cultural resource specialists provides archaeological and architectural history consulting services. Straughan has extensive experience with consulting and documentation requirements under the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) Section 106 review and other state and local review processes. Straughan’s cultural resource specialists provide the following benefits:

  • Archaeologists and architectural historians that exceed the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards for archaeology, historic preservation, and architectural history.
  • We ensure projects meet all regulatory requirements to maintain project schedules.
  • We find opportunities for projects to provide cultural heritage value to stakeholders and the public.
  • We develop preservation plans to balance the needs of maintaining historically significant resources with meeting development requirements.

Cultural Resources Services


  • Archaeological Construction Monitoring
  • Assessments of Archaeological Potential
  • Identification, Evaluation, and Data Recovery Projects
  • Documentation of Archaeological Evaluations in NEPA Documents

Architectural History

  • Historic Context Reports and Property Histories
  • Architectural Surveys
  • National Register of Historic Places Determinations of Eligibility and Nominations
  • Preservation Planning Documents
  • Historic Building Condition Assessments
  • Educational Mitigation and Public Outreach
  • Documentation of Architectural Evaluations in NEPA Documents