23 East Fine Avenue, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001

Cultural and Archaeological Resources Management

Environmental Consulting and Regulatory Compliance

Cultural and Archaeological Resources

Our specialists provide:

–  Preparation of Historic Property Treatment Plans (HPTPs) and research designs
–  National Register of Historic Places eligibility testing
–  Data testing (Phase I data recovery)
–  Archaeological excavation (Phase II data recovery)
–  Artifact processing and analyses
–  Records searches/cultural resources overviews (Class I)
– Archaeological reconnaissance investigations (Class II)
– Archaeological surveys/inventories (Class III)
– NRHP evaluation and management recommendations
–  Cultural resources monitoring
–  Cultural resources education and training
–  Data compilation and mitigation
–  Architectural Mitigation
  ––  Historic American Building Survey (HABS)
  ––  Historic American Engineering Record (HAER)
  ––  Historic American Landscape Survey (HALS)

Example Projects


Our specialists prepare:

–  Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) compliance

–  American Indian Religious Freedom Act (AIRFA) compliance
–  Burial agreements with Arizona State Museum and appropriate tribe(s)
–  Traditional cultural property identification and evaluation
–  Tribal cooperative agreements
–  Facilitation of interaction between Federal agencies and tribes


Our specialists provide:

–  Historic structure reports (HSRs)

–  Built environment Surveys and Inventories
–  Built environment National Register of Historic Places Evaluations and Management recommendations
–  Design guidelines/Historic Building Maintenance Plans
–  Artifact drawings

Cultural Resources Project Portfolio

Browse three recent successfully completed cultural resources projects:

Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort Cultural Resources Inventory, Management Planning, Data Recovery Mitigation, and Monitoring

The Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort project represents an undertaking in which EnviroSystems conducted all the various phases of cultural resource management.

Cultural Resource Inventory of the Eastern Mount Logan Area, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument

EnviroSystems conducted a cultural resources inventory of two amorphous parcels totaling 3,385 acres. The parcels are located on the eastern periphery of the Mount Logan Wilderness and south of the Mount Trumbull Wilderness in the Uinkaret Mountains, Mojave County, Arizona.

Greater Fremont Cultural Resources Inventory on the Dixie National Forest, Iron County, Utah

EnviroSystems conducted a cultural resources inventory totaling 5,771 acres for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) and Dixie National Forest (DNF) propose vegetation enhancement and restoration of sagebrush steppe, wetlands, springs, and wet meadows critical to big game, sage grouse, and aquatic species in the area.