H&P is pleased to offer our clients a wide range of Cultural Resource Management (CRM) services. H&P’s staff archaeologists and architectural historians are 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. The lab is located in a portion of the Historic Sandusky Museum, a former plantation house that served as the Union headquarters during the Civil War Battle of Lynchburg. Under an exclusive agreement, the lab processes, records and temporarily curates artifacts discovered as a result of our archaeological work. The lab gives college students who may aspire to a career in archaeology an opportunity for on-campus employment that teams them with H&P’s professional archaeologists on ‘real world’ projects. H&P and our clients benefit from having a top-notch laboratory accessible for all of our artifact needs.
“Randy Lichtenberger, Keith Adams and the team from Hurt and Profitt were very easy with whom to work. They are real professionals and knew the fine points of all the issues involved in my project. They are very personally dedicated to areas of historical preservation and really care about their clients personally. I recommend Randy, Keith and the team with the highest personal and professional endorsement.”
– Robert “Cham” Light, Jr. Esq, CPCU, CLU