CRM Firms in the News: Volume Nine

10/18/2019 1:52 PM | ACRAsphere Blog Team

Readers can now find relevant news items compiled all in one place! In our CRM Firms in the News series, we feature recent mentions of ACRA member firms and their projects across the country. Was your firm recently featured in a news article or on social media? Send it to us to be included in our next volume of the series!

  • Cardno has been working as part of a team to uncover the mystery of Zion Cemetery in Tampa. The location of this historic African-American burial ground was forgotten until earlier this year. Read about the most recent developments in the Tampa Bay Times.
  • Live in Georgia? New South Associates, Inc. is helping sponsor a clean-up of a historic African-American burial ground in Darien on October 26. Head over to the Savannah Morning News to learn how you can help!
  • ACRA member firms provide essential services to their community, including helping homeowners establish historic designation for their properties. See a great example of the history our firms uncover with this feature on a home investigated by Legacy 106, Inc.
  • "The American Battlefield Protection Program has noted that while both the Stone Arabia Battlefield and Klock’s Field have both been labelled low priority in terms of potential threats, including imminent development, they’ve been listed as high priority in regards to the need for the accumulation of additional information." Read more about this project conducted by ACRA member firm South River Heritage Consulting in Amsterdam Recorder.
  • 3 ACRA member firms, including Dovetail Cultural Resource Group, Archae3D, and South River Heritage Consulting have teamed up at the location of a 17th century fort in Delaware - read more about how they are getting closer to finding its exact location in the piece from Delaware Public Media.
  • Read about the findings of Statistical Research, Inc.'s project in the former Chinatown area of Redlands, CA, including how they use the written record to complete the context, in Redlands Community News.
  • Alpine Archaeological Consultants, Inc. has been leading the excavation of a Colorado site slated for road construction, and they have uncovered a large, extensive network of Native American ruins. Read more about the importance of this find in the Durango Herald!

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