New Jersey's Ocean, Burlington and Atlantic counties offer an unorthodox collection of cultural resources that include the Garden State Parkway, Bass River State Forest, Renault Winery bottle statue and the Port Republic Historic District, among others. An increased demand for power along the South Jersey coast spanning these counties precipitated the need for an upgrade and reconfiguration of Conectiv Power Delivery's (aka Atlantic City Electric's) transmission lines. In compliance with the state environmental laws affecting cultural resources, Gregory served as both project manager and principal investigator on a Phase IB-II Cultural Resource Investigation, which consisted of directing the research and documentation of all historic architectural resources that were to be potentially affected by the upgrade within a half-mile radius of the thirty-four-mile alignment. Following an evaluation of the project's effects, Gregory oversaw a host of mitigations that included a website celebrating the history and historical significance of the Garden State Parkway, an educational brochure about the former Camden & Atlantic Railroad and a cultural landscape survey of the Bass River State Forest.
* Completed while at
Cultural Resource Consulting Group