Across the US, Spirit applies a dynamic approach for managing projects with diverse cultural resource management needs. Performing surveys on both public and private lands, Spirit’s professionals are seasoned in National Historic Preservation Act compliance, an integral part of environmental planning processes. Our project teams provide clients with the services and expertise necessary to satisfy local, tribal, state, and federal regulations.

We combine local expertise with strong agency relationships to successfully comply with the detailed regulatory processes unique to each project’s geographic area. Drawing from our years of experience in cultural resource management, we provide our clients with effective support and tailored guidance through local, state, and federal consultation processes. Our US Secretary of the Interior-qualified and permitted professionals will provide their expertise to avoid and minimize impacts to cultural resources. Our consultation services keep your projects on target and moving forward.

Our Cultural Resource Management services include:

  • Section 106, 110, 4(f) Compliance
  • Compliance with Antiquities Act, AHPA, NAGPRA, ARPA, and 36 CFR 79
  • Desktop Reviews
  • Archival Reviews
  • Historic Structure Inventory Surveys
  • Archaeological Surveys
  • Cultural Resource Surveys
  • Cultural Landscape Documentation
  • Archaeological Monitoring during Construction
  • Cultural Property Management Plans
  • Visual Impact Surveys
  • Archiving & Artifact Curation (Temporary & Permanent)
  • Ethnographic Research & Reporting
  • Cemetery Delineation
  • Agency & Tribal Consultation
  • GIS Cartography Services
  • Feasibility Studies
  • National Register Eligibility Determinations

National Environmental Policy Act

We provide expert knowledge into federal and state oil and gas regulations and deliver cost-effective solutions that conserve resources, promote sustainability, and comply with applicable regulations. Spirit will evaluate each project to determine which agencies will require environmental permitting.

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Wetlands & Waterbodies Permitting

At Spirit we have a leading team of consulting professionals with experience in regulatory permitting under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (CWA) and Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act.

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Threatened & Endangered Species Permitting

With a diverse group of biologists and ecologists, we are able to successfully address the specific needs of our clients and their rare, threatened and endangered species associated project concerns.

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