Cultural Resource Management is a field encompassing Historic Preservation and Archaeology driven by regulatory compliance, and cultural resource studies provide the requisite research and analysis for regulatory reviews affecting historic properties. Triggered by federal and state preservation and environmental laws, each law comes with its own set of regulatory requirements that is meant to consider a redevelopment project's potential to adversely affect historic properties—as well as to consider any types of mitigations that might alleviate these effects. Gregory Dietrich Preservation Consulting's experience in navigating a host of regulatory processes affecting historic properties, coupled with its expertise in completing all phases of cultural resource studies, ensure that each project will meet its compliance objectives on time and on budget.

 



 

 

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