CULTURAL RESOURCES

H&P is pleased to offer our clients a wide range of Cultural Resource Management (CRM) services. H&P’s staff of archaeologists and architectural historians is experienced in helping public and private sector clients meet complex regulatory requirements in projects ranging from small developments to interstate transmission lines. Each one meets or exceeds Department of the Interior requirements for professional qualifications, and they’re experts in developing CRM plans as the most cost-effective way to balance development with the preservation of significant cultural resources.

We are proud to be collaborating with Lynchburg College and the Historic Sandusky Foundation to provide a portion of our CRM services. H&P has teamed with the nearby college and its associated museum to establish our Archaeological Materials Laboratory and Metals Conservation Laboratory. The labs are located on the grounds of the Historic Sandusky Museum, a former plantation house that served as the Union headquarters during the Civil War Battle of Lynchburg. The arrangement provides aspiring young archaeologists with real world experience and our clients benefit from having state of the art laboratories accessible for all of our artifact needs.

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:

ARCHITECTURE
Identification Survey
Intensive Level Survey
HABS/HAER documentation
National Register Nominations
Historic Structures Reports

PRESERVATION
Preservation Management Plans
Public History
Predictive Modeling

 

ARCHAEOLOGY
Reconnaissance Survey and Sensitivity Modeling
Phase I Identification Survey
Phase II Evaluation
Treatment Plans
Data Recovery Plans
Phase III Data Recovery
Prehistoric and Historic Artifact Analysis
Metal Conservation

 

Cultural Resource Management Projects

Experienced Team

Troy Williams, LS

Troy Williams, LS

Senior Vice President: Survey

Troy Williams is the Senior Vice President of Survey at Hurt & Proffitt and has risen progressively through the ranks of the survey department as his years of experience accrued. Throughout his career he has coordinated and managed many large scale geodetic mapping projects for road and utility design and has built and maintained relationships with clients that have been strengthened with time and successful projects.

Randy Lichtenberger, M.A.

Randy Lichtenberger, M.A.

Director of cultural resources

Randy has extensive professional experience and has directed CRM investigations for a wide array of clients throughout the Eastern United States. He has also acquired extensive experience in public archaeology with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, the Corporation for Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest and the Friends of New London, Virginia.

Bif Johnson, PE

Bif Johnson, PE

PRESIDENT/CEO

Bif is a graduate of Virginia Tech and is the President and Chief Executive Officer at Hurt & Proffitt.  His expertise is broad and covers most aspects of civil engineering design and construction.
Brian Cossman, PE, LEED AP, PMP, CCM

Brian Cossman, PE, LEED AP, PMP, CCM

Vice President: Business Development

Brian is a graduate of the University of Dayton and earned his Master of Engineering Project Management from the University of Maryland.  He interfaces directly with our clients to define their goals, achieve client satisfaction, and expedite project success.

Why H&P?

First, we listen. By listening to our clients, we understand their needs.

Then, we get to work.

H&P Why!

We care deeply about the communities and partners that we serve.

Why H&P?

First, we listen. By listening to our clients, we understand their needs.

Then, we get to work.

H&P Why!

We care deeply about the communities and partners that we serve.