Cultural Resource Services

Apogee specializes in cultural resource compliance surveys and services within the United States. Apogee archaeologists and architectural historians have extensive experience in completing Phase I surveys, Phase II evaluations, and Phase III mitigations of cultural resource projects on time and on budget for clients. Key staff meets the Secretary of the Interior’s standards in archaeology and are members of the Register of Professional Archaeologists.

Phase I Archaeological Survey

Apogee archaeologists have conducted numerous surveys from the everglades of Florida to the high deserts of Oregon to the mountains of Appalachia. Apogee prides itself on staying timely and effective with agency interactions to assist clients.


Architectural Services: Viewshed and Blasting Zone Analysis

Our architectural historians have extensive project experience identifying and evaluating historic properties, including planning, conducting, and completing viewshed and blasting zone analyses. Apogee’s specialists have the knowledge of regulatory requirements and the up‐to‐date project experience to produce positive, timely results.


Geomorphologic Deep Testing

Team archaeologists and soil scientists have accumulated broad experience through numerous geomorphological and soils assessments for floodplain surveys.

Geomorphologic Deep Testing

Architectural Documentation and Archive Research

Apogee’s architectural historians have extensive experience researching and providing the architectural documentation for properties that might be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).


Phase II Archaeological Site Evaluation

Apogee archaeologists have conducted numerous Phase II archeological evaluations throughout the eastern United States. Our team has the skills and expertise to conduct these undertakings effectively and efficiently.


Phase III Archaeological Mitigation

Our team has the knowledge and facilities needed to complete the rigorous logistics involved in conducting full mitigations and large-scale excavations of archaeological sites.