CEMML’s cultural resources team offers expertise in managing the finite and non-renewable elements of cultural heritage. Our highly experienced team includes professional archaeologists, architectural historians, historic preservation specialists, GIS analysts, landscape architects, and indigenous consultation specialists.
Cultural Resources Management Services
Core Cultural Resources Services
- Management planning and technical support to ensure compliance with applicable federal and state legislation
- Antiquities Act
- National Historic Preservation Act
- Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
- Archaeological Resources Protection Act
- Regulatory expertise, including support, coordination, and documentation.
- Survey, inventory, recordation, and evaluation of archaeological sites, historic buildings, sites, structures, objects, and landscapes.
- Creation and updating of Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plans.
- Tribal coordination, consultation, and collaboration, including Installation Tribal Relations Plans and identification and documentation of Traditional Cultural Properties.
- In-theatre cultural heritage training for the U.S. Armed Forces.
Historical Resources and Cultural Landscapes
- Historic building and cultural landscape surveys, inventories, and documentation.
- National Register and National Historic Landmark eligibility assessment and nominations.
- Condition assessments and treatment plans for historic buildings, districts, and landscapes.
- Inventory surveys for archeological resources.
- Archeological site mitigation and data recovery.
- Predictive modeling and resource risk assessment.
GIS/GPS/RS Technical Support
- Geographic Information System (GIS) needs assessment, planning, and implementation.
- Remote Sensing (RS) applications, including change detection analysis.
- Digital Elevation Model (DEM) development.
- GPS field data collection and data layer development.
- ESRI Story Maps research, design, and production.
Email Cultural Resources Management inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Military lands management wasn’t on Calvin Bagley’s radar as a possible career path when he graduated with a master’s in range science from Utah State University in 1987. But an initial role with the Army Corps of Engineers’ Construction Engineering Research Laboratory would eventually lead him to Colorado State University and a thirty-year career with CEMML helping the DoD manage its natural and cultural resources.
As part of CEMML, Shannon Voggesser spent the last 18 years working with maps. Most recently as principal investigator and head of its GIS team. During her career with CEMML, she discovered an interest in the finance and budgeting side of her work. In June, she transferred those skills over to CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension where she now supports project managers as the grant and special funds manager.
Dr. Barker Fariss has been appointed CEMML interim director following the departure of Tony Chapa at the end of June. Dr. Fariss brings an extensive background in environmental regulatory compliance, overseeing projects at both the state and federal level. He will take over director duties starting July 1, 2023.