This Archaeological Consultants list (PDF, 170 KB) contains consultants who are available for archaeological services in Pennsylvania. The list consists of those organizations who have submitted credentials to the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and have agreed to abide by our Guidelines for Archaeological Investigations (1991) (PDF, 244 KB).
This list is provided as a service to the public and in no way implies endorsement of any company. Inclusion on the list is voluntary and is not required to conduct field work in Pennsylvania. Any investigator who meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards may submit reports to this office. We suggest that prospective clients ask for references before contracting for professional services.
The list is arranged alphabetically by organization name or by last name of individual if there is no organization name given. In order to facilitate finding a consultant in your area, a separate list (PDF, 18 KB) of organizations sorted by the first two digits of the zipcode is also available.
If you are a qualified archaeologist and would like to be included on this list, please see our procedures for listing (PDF, 173 KB) . To be included on the list, archaeological consultants and cultural resource management firms must meet or employ or contract with specialists who meet the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualification Standards and agree to comply with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Conduct of Archaeological Surveys and current Guidelines for Archaeological Investigations (1991) (PDF, 244 KB).
Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualification Standards
Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Conduct of Archaeological Surveys
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