Historic Preservation Consultants performed an archaeological field survey, testing, and historic archival research for the Captain Jack Mill Superfund Site subsurface remedy in Boulder County CO.  Several historic sites, including the Dew Drop Mine and former Goddard house were inventoried and evaluated with field documentation and the results of archival research.  The Goddard house was tested archaeologically at the request of the Colorado SHPO (November 2014).  


Historic Preservation Consultants tested a late prehistoric (Pueblo II) archaeological site (5MT.13767) near Dolores in Montezuma County CO to avoid the potential impact of a buried line related to the EAGLE-Net Project.  The testing strategy was developed in consultation with the SHPO (June 2013).


At the request of the Colorado Department of Transportation, Historic Preservation Consultants prepared documentation for the SHPO in order to mitigate the demolition of a historic bridge on the Little Thompson River in Weld County CO.  The camel-back pony truss steel bridge (5WL.2985) was constructed in 1938 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places (November 2011).


Historic Preservation Consultants tested an area within the boundaries of historic Camp Collins (established in 1862) for buried remains that could be affected by construction of a multi-family residential housing complex in Fort Collins CO (June 2011).

Recent Projects

  • Captain Jack Mill Superfund Site
  • EAGLE-Net
  • Little Thompson River Bridge
  • Camp Collins